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Grantmakers In Health Grantmakers In Health (GIH) is a nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to helping foundations
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Grantmakers In Health (GIH) is a nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to helping foundations and corporate giving programs improve the health of all people. Its mission is to foster communication and collaboration among grantmakers and others, and to help strengthen the grantmaking community's knowledge, skills, and effectiveness. Formally launched in 1982, GIH is known today as the profe

ssional home for health grantmakers, and a resource for grantmakers and others seeking expertise and information on the field of health philanthropy. GIH generates and disseminates information about health issues and grantmaking strategies that work in health by offering issue-focused forums, workshops, and large annual meetings; publications; continuing education and training; technical assistance; consultation on programmatic and operational issues; and by conducting studies of health philanthropy. Additionally, the organization brokers professional relationships and connects health grantmakers with each other as well as with grantmakers in other fields whose work has important implications for health. It also develops targeted programs and activities, and provides customized services on request to individual funders. GIH is committed to promoting diversity and cultural competency in its programming, personnel and employment practices, and governance. It views diversity as a fundamental element of social justice and integral to its mission of helping grantmakers improve the health of all people. Diverse voices and viewpoints deepen our understanding of differences in health outcomes and health care delivery, and strengthen our ability to fashion just solutions. GIH uses the term, diversity, broadly to encompass differences in the attributes of both individuals (such as race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, physical ability, religion, and socioeconomic status) and organizations (foundations and giving programs of differing sizes, missions, geographic locations, and approaches to grantmaking).

12/09/2023

Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation announced the approval of 15 large Impact Grants totaling $855,241 to nonprofit organizations in Idaho, Washington, and Oregon. The grants will be used to promote the health, wellness, and disease prevention of communities in the area.

Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation Approves 15 Large Impact Grants Totaling Over $850,000 “We are pleased to announce the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation has approved 15 large Impact Grants totaling $855,241 to area nonprofit agencies to promote the health, wellness or disease preve...

Health Leads’ Makers Residency program offers funds and resources to community-based organizations to design and test in...
12/08/2023

Health Leads’ Makers Residency program offers funds and resources to community-based organizations to design and test innovative solutions for their communities. Join lead funder the Deloitte Health Equity Institute in supporting local leaders to advance health equity in their communities.

Drawing inspiration from both early-stage incubators and artist residencies, Makers Residency is a design lab focused on the earliest stages of social entrepreneurship.

The MetroWest Health Foundation recently released the 2023 Community Health Needs Assessment. The report provides update...
12/08/2023

The MetroWest Health Foundation recently released the 2023 Community Health Needs Assessment. The report provides updated health and demographic data that can be used to inform the work of local government and community health and social service programs within the 25MetroWest Massachusetts communities served by the foundation.

The MetroWest Health Foundation released the 2023 Community Health Needs Assessment. The report provides updated health and demographic data that can be used to inform the work of local government and community health and social service programs within the 25-MetroWest communities served by the foun...

Grantmakers In Health is seeking nominations for the 2024 Andy Hyman for Advocacy Award and Terrance Keenan Leadership A...
12/08/2023

Grantmakers In Health is seeking nominations for the 2024 Andy Hyman for Advocacy Award and Terrance Keenan Leadership Award in Health Philanthropy. Nominations for each award may be submitted online before Friday, December 15. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to nominate an outstanding grantee or grantmaker! Learn more about the nomination process here:

GIH awards are designated to individuals who have made innumerable contributions to the fields of health and health care.

The Philanthropy @ Work – Awards section of our monthly Bulletin newsletter features The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massa...
12/07/2023

The Philanthropy @ Work – Awards section of our monthly Bulletin newsletter features The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation’s 2023-24 Class for Massachusetts Institute for Community Health Leadership (MICHL) and The California Endowment’s call for nominations for the 2024 Youth Awards.

The latest on awards from the field.

Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) is hosting a webinar with Aidsfonds to explore how funders, researchers, communities...
12/07/2023

Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) is hosting a webinar with Aidsfonds to explore how funders, researchers, communities, and other stakeholders can work equitably in the interests of developing an HIV cure for all, as soon as possible. The panel discussion will occur on Thursday, December 14, at 11 a.m. ET. Register here:

REGISTER ONLINE The HIV epidemic continues to have a tremendous impact on global health. While we have made enormous progress in making antiretroviral therapy available to many people living with HIV, we are still not capable of eliminating infection. Consequently, people with HIV must commit to exp...

The Maternal Mental Health Equity Fund recently launched an open Request for Proposals process for organizations and lea...
12/07/2023

The Maternal Mental Health Equity Fund recently launched an open Request for Proposals process for organizations and leaders from within communities—and across the country—who are delivering models of care that are built in and by Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) communities. The fund is nationally pooled and is currently supported by the Perigee Fund, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Community Health Acceleration Partnership (CHAP), Maritz Family Foundation, and Roots & Wings Foundation, as well as several others.

MMHEF will be investing in a national cohort of organizations and leaders from within communities—and across the country—who are delivering models of care that are built in and by Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) communities. Proposals are due by Friday, January 12, 2024

The Story of Care: A Snapshot of the Care Narrative Change Landscape report was written in partnership with the Asset Fu...
12/07/2023

The Story of Care: A Snapshot of the Care Narrative Change Landscape report was written in partnership with the Asset Funders Network, CARE Fund, Disability & Philanthropy Forum, Early Childhood Funders Collaborative, GIA (Grantmakers In Aging), and Grantmakers In Health. In order to identify the promising narrative-change practices already being supported and deployed for care issues, the report includes a review of publicly available information, a funder survey, and findings from interviews of selected care economy narrative-change field experts and a focus group with selected funders.

At some point, every one of us will need care or need to provide care. The COVID-19 pandemic put a spotlight on the extraordinary contributions of caregivers and exposed the failings caused by our nation’s lack of care policies, especially for communities of color. Deploying narrative-change strat...

Philanthropy @ Work – Grants and Programs in GIH’s Bulletin showcases health grantmakers who awarded support to specific...
12/06/2023

Philanthropy @ Work – Grants and Programs in GIH’s Bulletin showcases health grantmakers who awarded support to specific organizations and programs throughout the last month. This month’s issue features The Mary Black Foundation, Ethel & James Flinn Foundation, The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts, The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts, Reliant Foundation, and RIZE Massachusetts, Healthy Communities Foundation, The Nord Family Foundation, Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation, Rhode Island Foundation, and RRF Foundation for Aging.

The latest on grants and programs from the field.

Stewart Hudson, Executive Director of the Leon Lowenstein Foundation, wrote a new Views from the Field article on the fo...
12/06/2023

Stewart Hudson, Executive Director of the Leon Lowenstein Foundation, wrote a new Views from the Field article on the foundation’s goal to double the number of mobile health clinics by 2028 in pursuit of health equity and increasing access to primary care and preventive medicine.

The Leon Lowenstein Foundation (LLF) is a family foundation established in 1941 with a focus on health, education, and the environment. In 2019, the LLF adopted a new focus area for our health grantmaking. Our goal was to develop a strategy that would enable us to make a meaningful contribution to h...

In a new Views from the Field article, Abby Hyman of The Healing Trust discusses how funders can support the healing and...
12/06/2023

In a new Views from the Field article, Abby Hyman of The Healing Trust discusses how funders can support the healing and wellness of nonprofit staff members. The article outlines the core beliefs of The Healing Trust’s work, as well as specific grants and programming to promote rest and relationships.

The Healing Trust has prioritized support beyond the programmatic check since the early years of our grantmaking in 2003. While the “how” of the funding has changed over time, the “why” has consistently been to support the healing of nonprofit staff. This isn’t tangential to making strateg...

GIH’s November/December Grantmaker Focus highlights the work of the VNA Foundation and Executive Director Robert DiLeona...
12/06/2023

GIH’s November/December Grantmaker Focus highlights the work of the VNA Foundation and Executive Director Robert DiLeonardi. Since 1995, the foundation has financially supported nonprofit organizations offering home- and community-based health services. Learn more about this GIH Funding Partner and recent initiatives here: https://www.gih.org/grantmaker-focus/vna-foundation/

“There is never a shortage of needs in the communities we serve, but the health-related issues during the past few years have challenged our team to think creatively, expansively, and collaboratively. We believe private philanthropy should take risks and implement strategies to meet immediate heal...

The latest GIH Bulletin features an article written by Carla Gibson and Brenda Sharpe from the REACH Healthcare Foundati...
12/05/2023

The latest GIH Bulletin features an article written by Carla Gibson and Brenda Sharpe from the REACH Healthcare Foundation on the Centering Black Voices pilot program. They share lessons learned from the foundation’s recent changes and continuous growth as a racial/health equity funder.

The REACH Healthcare Foundation’s mission is to advance health equity through coverage and care for underserved people. A regional foundation granting about $4.5 million annually, REACH recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. To mark this milestone, Board and staff leadership reflected on the fo...

In GIH’s November/December Bulletin, Jose Franco Garcia of the Environmental Health Coalition, Samantha Hamilton of the ...
12/05/2023

In GIH’s November/December Bulletin, Jose Franco Garcia of the Environmental Health Coalition, Samantha Hamilton of the Public Health Institute of Western MA, and Chris Kabel of The Kresge Foundation wrote the third and final article in Kresge and GIH’s Learning What It Takes series. The piece outlines the foundation’s investments in community power to help “build the collective agency of historically marginalized communities and enable them to exercise their power at decisionmaking tables.”

Over the past decade, many health foundations have shifted from funding specific programs to addressing social determinants of health by supporting policy and systems change strategies Abundant research has demonstrated that low-income communities of color face structural barriers to health that mor...

Grantmakers In Health released an Issue Brief on Public Health Approaches to Firearm Violence Prevention as part of the ...
12/05/2023

Grantmakers In Health released an Issue Brief on Public Health Approaches to Firearm Violence Prevention as part of the latest Bulletin newsletter. In the publication, Program Advisor Eileen Salinsky provides highlights of the preconference session at the 2023 GIH Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy and previews GIH’s plans to convene a funder learning collaborative on firearm violence prevention. https://www.gih.org/publication/public-health-approaches-to-firearm-violence-prevention/

Firearm injuries are a serious public health problem, killing more than 47,000 Americans each year and becoming the leading cause of death for children and teens in the United States in 2020. Given the impact and complexity of this health crisis, Grantmakers in Health (GIH) hosted a first-ever preco...

New funding and learning opportunity from Health Leads! The Makers Residency program offers community-based organization...
12/05/2023

New funding and learning opportunity from Health Leads! The Makers Residency program offers community-based organizations (CBOs) resources and support to design and test ways to advance racial in their communities. Share with your network of CBOs and join GIH Funding Partner the Deloitte Health Equity Institute in supporting community-driven innovation:

Drawing inspiration from both early-stage incubators and artist residencies, Makers Residency is a design lab focused on the earliest stages of social entrepreneurship.

Grantmakers In Health is seeking nominations for the 2024 Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy. First awarded by GIH in 2017, t...
12/02/2023

Grantmakers In Health is seeking nominations for the 2024 Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy. First awarded by GIH in 2017, the Andy Hyman Award recognizes a nonprofit or public sector champion who embodies a commitment to principled action, leadership to advance social change, and dedication to making progress in policy and practice despite challenging political environments. Nominate an outstanding grantee today!

First presented by Grantmakers In Health in 2017, the Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy recognizes a nonprofit or public sector champion who embodies a commitment to principled action, leadership to advance social change, and dedication to making progress in policy and practice despite challenging polit...

First awarded by GIH in 1993, the Terrance Keenan Leadership Award honors an innovative grantmaker who has deployed phil...
12/01/2023

First awarded by GIH in 1993, the Terrance Keenan Leadership Award honors an innovative grantmaker who has deployed philanthropic resources to effectively address today’s most pressing health issues. Do you know someone whose grantmaking work demonstrates creative responsiveness to sustainably improve the health of people in their communities, particularly those facing inequitable health disparities? Nominate them today!

First presented by Grantmakers In Health in 1993, the Terrance Keenan Leadership Award recognizes a grantmaker whose work is distinguished by leadership, innovation, achievement, creativity, and boldness.

⏰ One week remains to nominate for the 2024 Andy Hyman for Advocacy Award and Terrance Keenan Leadership Award in Health...
11/30/2023

⏰ One week remains to nominate for the 2024 Andy Hyman for Advocacy Award and Terrance Keenan Leadership Award in Health Philanthropy. Nominations for each GIH award may be submitted online before Friday, December 8, 2023. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to nominate an outstanding grantee or grantmaker!

GIH awards are designated to individuals who have made innumerable contributions to the fields of health and health care.

Do you know an outstanding grantee/advocate who leads progress in policy and practice, health advocacy, and social justi...
11/29/2023

Do you know an outstanding grantee/advocate who leads progress in policy and practice, health advocacy, and social justice despite challenging political environments? Nominate them for the 2024 Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy today:

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Don't miss this unique opportunity to nominate a grantmaking champion for the 2024 Grantmakers In Health Awards! First a...
11/29/2023

Don't miss this unique opportunity to nominate a grantmaking champion for the 2024 Grantmakers In Health Awards! First awarded by GIH in 1993, the Terrance Keenan Leadership Award honors an innovative grantmaker who has deployed philanthropic resources to effectively address today’s most pressing health issues. Nominate a grantmaker whose work is distinguished by achievement, creativity, and boldness today:

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a GIH Funding Partner, recently announced the winners of the 2023 Culture of Health Priz...
11/29/2023

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a GIH Funding Partner, recently announced the winners of the 2023 Culture of Health Prize with a $250,000 honorarium. The Prize honors communities and organizations working to build solutions to barriers that have created unequal opportunities for health and well-being. The 2023 Prize winners are Austin, Texas; Baltimore, Maryland; Detroit, Michigan; Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation; Houston, Texas; Los Angeles County, California; Ramsey County, Minnesota; Tacoma, Washington; and Zuni Pueblo.

RWJF announced the nine communities chosen to receive the 2023 RWJF Culture of Health Prize. The Prize celebrates communities across the country where community members and organizations are collaborating to build solutions to barriers that have created unequal opportunities for health and wellbeing...

STAT News recently published an article on the broadness of the Asian American category used in medical and health resea...
11/28/2023

STAT News recently published an article on the broadness of the Asian American category used in medical and health research and how this leads to blind spots in health disparities between Asian subgroups. The article quotes Tina J. Kauh, Program Officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, whose Transforming Public Health Data Systems program promotes data disaggregation to improve health equity.

Blending together the highly diverse pool of Asian Americans in widely used metrics obscures vast differences in their health.

CBS News Health Watch published an article on how increased compensation can help combat America’s shortage of primary c...
11/28/2023

CBS News Health Watch published an article on how increased compensation can help combat America’s shortage of primary care physicians. Christopher Koller, President of the Milbank Memorial Fund, is quoted in the piece about the “lack of access to a routine source of care” and how primary care needs “to be paid differently and to be paid more, and that starts with Medicare."

The United States faces a serious shortage of primary care physicians for many reasons, but one, in particular, is inescapable: compensation.

Grantmakers In Health is seeking nominations for the 2024 Andy Hyman for Advocacy Award and Terrance Keenan Leadership A...
11/27/2023

Grantmakers In Health is seeking nominations for the 2024 Andy Hyman for Advocacy Award and Terrance Keenan Leadership Award in Health Philanthropy. Nominations for each award may be submitted online before Friday, December 8, 2023. Don’t miss this opportunity to nominate an outstanding grantee or grantmaker! Learn more about the nomination process here: https://www.gih.org/tools-resources/awards/

Blue Shield of California Foundation | 3,863 followers on LinkedIn. Building lasting and equitable solutions that make California the healthiest state and end domestic violence. | Our mission is to build lasting and equitable solutions that make California the healthiest state and end domestic viole...

Across the country, the implementation of paid family and medical leave programs fall short on ensuring access for commu...
11/27/2023

Across the country, the implementation of paid family and medical leave programs fall short on ensuring access for communities of color, immigrant communities, and communities with low incomes. On December 7, Blue Shield of California Foundation is hosting the second webinar in a series on equitable paid leave design and implementation. The second webinar in this series will describe the value of strategically addressing implementation, and how state agencies, advocates, and researchers can work together to improve systems for workers and communities. Register here:

This webinar will explore the important role that addressing implementation plays in improving and designing paid leave programs. In many states, implementation falls short of ensuring access for communities of color, immigrant communities, and communities with low incomes. Advocates and policymaker...

The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation granted $60,000 to the Hilltown Community Health Center to contin...
11/26/2023

The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation granted $60,000 to the Hilltown Community Health Center to continue connecting immigrants and those experiencing homelessness with health insurance coverage. With the money, the center will dedicate multilingual health workers to this project.

WORTHINGTON — New grant money is going to support Hilltown Community Health Center in its work to secure and maintain access to health coverage for people in need.The $60,000 grant from the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation will help...

The Commonwealth Fund recently released an Issue Brief based on the findings from a 2023 International Health Policy Sur...
11/25/2023

The Commonwealth Fund recently released an Issue Brief based on the findings from a 2023 International Health Policy Survey. The report states that adults in the U.S. face more income-related disparities in health care affordability compared to adults in other high-income countries. In addition, the Fund found that those with lower or average incomes in the U.S. are more likely to skip necessary medical care and have issues with medical bills than those in other high-income countries.

Survey findings from nine countries show those with below-average incomes are more likely to skip care and have medical bill problems and social service needs.

Do you know an outstanding grantee/advocate who leads progress in policy and practice, health advocacy, and social justi...
11/24/2023

Do you know an outstanding grantee/advocate who leads progress in policy and practice, health advocacy, and social justice despite challenging political environments? Nominate them for the 2024 Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy today:

First presented by Grantmakers In Health in 2017, the Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy recognizes a nonprofit or public sector champion who embodies a commitment to principled action, leadership to advance social change, and dedication to making progress in policy and practice despite challenging polit...

The REI Cooperative Action Fund, a GIH Funding Partner, announced grants totaling $6.1 million to 264 nonprofit organiza...
11/23/2023

The REI Cooperative Action Fund, a GIH Funding Partner, announced grants totaling $6.1 million to 264 nonprofit organizations working to create a more equitable outdoors.

“The REI Cooperative Action Fund was founded on the principle that we can do more together than we can as individuals,” said Managing Director Kristen Ragain. “Thanks to the generosity of the co-op community – who have collectively made more than a million contributions to the REI Fund – we’ve been able to scale and localize our impact.”

More than 200 of the recipients are local organisations championed by REI employees who work in-store

While many states across the country offer paid family and medical leave for eligible workers, structural inequities cre...
11/22/2023

While many states across the country offer paid family and medical leave for eligible workers, structural inequities create barriers to equal access. On November 28, Blue Shield of California Foundation is hosting the first in a series of webinars exploring equitable paid leave design and implementation. Participants will learn about the current state of paid leave in the US, recent UCLA WORLD research, and current legislative efforts and successes. Register here:

This webinar will explore how we can support and improve paid family and medical leave programs, as well as design policies that advance equitable access to paid leave for communities of color. With a focus on California, speakers from Family Values @ Work, the California Work and Family Coalition,....

First awarded by GIH in 1993, the Terrance Keenan Leadership Award honors an innovative grantmaker who has deployed phil...
11/22/2023

First awarded by GIH in 1993, the Terrance Keenan Leadership Award honors an innovative grantmaker who has deployed philanthropic resources to effectively address today’s most pressing health issues. Do you know someone whose work demonstrates creative responsiveness to sustainably improve the health of people in their communities, particularly those facing inequitable health disparities? Nominate them today:

First presented by Grantmakers In Health in 1993, the Terrance Keenan Leadership Award recognizes a grantmaker whose work is distinguished by leadership, innovation, achievement, creativity, and boldness.

Blue Shield of California Foundation is hosting a two-part webinar series exploring equitable paid leave design and impl...
11/21/2023

Blue Shield of California Foundation is hosting a two-part webinar series exploring equitable paid leave design and implementation to ensure all who need it have access to family and medical leave programs. The series will cover how we can improve state paid leave programs to better support communities of color and families with low incomes. Register here:

Support lasting & equitable solutions to make CA the healthiest state & end DV.

Tricia Neuman, GIH Board Member and KFF Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the Program on Medicare Policy, ...
11/20/2023

Tricia Neuman, GIH Board Member and KFF Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the Program on Medicare Policy, spoke on a panel at the Leonard David Institute of Health Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. Neuman discussed the need for more data about the rapid enrollment of people who are Black, Hispanic, and from other racial and ethnic groups in Medicare Advantage, as well as making the marketplace more transparent.

Experts convened at the University of Pennsylvania address questions about the costs of the program, the value it brings to consumers and payers, and how well it serves the increasingly...

Grantmakers In Health recently announced the call for nominations for the 2024 Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy and Terranc...
11/20/2023

Grantmakers In Health recently announced the call for nominations for the 2024 Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy and Terrance Keenan Leadership Award in Health Philanthropy. Nominations for each award may be submitted online before Friday, December 8, 2023. Don’t miss this opportunity to nominate an outstanding grantee or grantmaker! Learn more about the nomination process here:

GIH awards are designated to individuals who have made innumerable contributions to the fields of health and health care.

The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation granted $285,000 to the Rochester, NY-based Child Care Council to continue its spec...
11/19/2023

The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation granted $285,000 to the Rochester, NY-based Child Care Council to continue its special needs consultation service. Initially funded by a previous grant from the Foundation, this service uses relationship-based practices to help caregivers reduce suspension and expulsion for young children with disabilities in child care.’

“Child care suspensions and expulsions of children with special needs is a troubling issue that disproportionately impacts Black and Brown families,” said Child Care Council CEO Jeff Pier. “We are grateful that the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation is continuing its strong support of this important service, which has already shown tremendous results.”

The Child Care Council has received a grant for $285,000 from the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation for its special needs consultation service

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation granted $1.25 million to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Duke University ...
11/18/2023

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation granted $1.25 million to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Duke University School of Medicine to create a framework to make sure health systems are prepared and will continue monitoring the integration of artificial intelligence technology into health care.

The research team, which includes CHAI and the University of Iowa, will build an empirically supported maturity model for healthcare AI intended to create accountable, standards-based deployment by healthcare organizations.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently released its annual report on the preval...
11/17/2023

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently released its annual report on the prevalence of substance abuse and mental illness based on the results of the 2022 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). Key findings include the prevalence of substance use disorder (SUD) and any mental illness (AMI) in adults aged 18-25, as well as treatment gaps in mental health services.

More specifically, almost half of young adults aged 18 to 25 in 2022 (48.8%) had either an SUD or AMI in the past year. This percentage was higher than adults aged 26 to 49 (40.6% or 41.7 million people) or adults aged 50 or older (21.5% or 25.6 million people).

In addition, among the 59.3 million adults with AMI in the past year, 50.6% (or 30.0 million people) received mental health treatment in the past year. Among the 15.4 million adults with serious mental illness (SMI) in the past year, 66.7% (or 10.2 million people) received mental health treatment in the past year.

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11/17/2023

The Nord Family Foundation awarded $3,251,475 in grants to nonprofit organizations nationwide as part of its October board meeting. The grants will support organizations working in arts and culture, civic affairs, education, and health and social services. Learn more about the grantees here:

On Monday, November 13, 2023, GIH President and CEO Cara V. James attended a roundtable hosted by the U.S. Department of...
11/16/2023

On Monday, November 13, 2023, GIH President and CEO Cara V. James attended a roundtable hosted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to mark National Rural Health Day and discuss the work of the Biden-Harris Administration to advance the health and well-being of rural Americans.

Participants discussed the opportunities that training more providers, leveraging technology, and supporting rural health care infrastructure offer to help sustain and increase access to care in rural communities. All participants stressed the need to be innovative when tackling rural health challenges, echoing this year’s theme for .

Read more about the event here: https://www.hhs.gov/about/news/2023/11/15/readout-hrsa-hosts-roundtable-honor-national-rural-health-day.html

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