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$36M in Grants from HHS for Population Health and Big Data Projects

The Department of Health and Human services will issue $36 million in grants to 50 of the nations Health Center Controlled Networks this month. These grants will be used to improve the IT of these...more

Hartford Initiates Youth Service Corps
Foundation: Aetna Foundation, Newman's Own Foundation

The mayor of Hartford announced a program to give young people of Hartford an opportunity to earn a paycheck. The city will be putting the young teens that are out of school and unemployed to work....more

$470 Grant for Healthy Mouths

The U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced grants to health centers in Oregon, Florida, and Virginia to increase access to dental services by poor and underserved populations....more

Charleston County awards $2.25M to cut jail population, improve justice system
Foundation: MacArthur Foundation

The Criminal Justice System has been struggling with increasing populations in jails for a long time. Some cities, including Charleston SC, have received grants from the MacArthur Foundation, which...more

Training men to be better dads

If you think you have ever learned a new skill or communication technique that made your life and relationships better then maybe it's time to use these talents to improve families. Parenting...more

Superior honored for community improvements

Superior, a small town in Nuckolls County, Nebraska, with a population of 1,957, is the winner of this year's Showcase Community Award. The award recognizes exceptional community development efforts...more

Delaware wins $100000 to improve career preparation

The New Skills for Youth, through a $75 million dollar grant to be spread out over qualifying states over 5 years and collaborated through JPMorgan and Chase, the Council of Chief State School...more

HHS awards more than $3 Million to Michigan health centers to help treat substance use

Opioids are a dangerous and addictive substance. There are millions of people here in the use who use opioids (heroin and prescription drugs alike). Thankfully the U.S. Department of Health and Human...more

Historic Investment: $17.4 Million in Grants Available to Help Native Youth

A short update, rather than an article, briefly detailing the current administration's present and future efforts to enrich and better the lives of Native American Youth. Although, several methods...more

Connecting Partnerships and Building Vibrant Communities Through Philanthropy

Ana Oliveira, president and chief executive officer of the New York Women's Foundation, writes how philanthropy enables the building of strategic partnerships "between women who have resources to...more








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