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Grants: Metropolitan Atlanta Region

Total Records Found: 209, showing 10 per page
YearGrantee NameAmountRegionPriority AreaPurpose
2018 Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition, Inc. 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Addressing Health Disparities Support to expand HIV services to African-American women living in Atlanta.
2018 CHRIS 180 (formerly CHRIS Kids) 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Addressing Health Disparities Support to expand the Westside Connect community health worker program to reduce barriers to healthcare and social services for underserved residents in Atlanta’s Westside communities.
2018 CHRIS 180 (formerly CHRIS Kids) 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Addressing Health Disparities Support to expand the Westside Connect community health worker program to reduce barriers to healthcare and social services for underserved residents in Atlanta's Westside communities.
2018 Innovative Solutions for Disadvantage & Disability 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Strengthening and Sustaining Health Nonprofit Organizations / Programs and Workforce Support to build technical capacity by developing staff technological and program evaluation skills.
2018 International Rescue Committee 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Addressing Health Disparities Support to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate domestic violence and sexual assault case management services to refugee and immigrant women in DeKalb County.
2018 International Rescue Committee 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Addressing Health Disparities Support to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate domestic violence and sexual assault case management services to refugee and immigrant women in DeKalb County.
2018 Ser Familia Inc. 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Addressing Health Disparities Support to implement linguistically and culturally competent mental healthcare services for Latinos in metropolitan Atlanta to decrease disparities, and to improve access to quality care.
2018 Ser Familia Inc. 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Addressing Health Disparities Support to implement linguistically and culturally competent mental healthcare services for Latinos in metropolitan Atlanta to decrease disparities, and to improve access to quality care. Despite the growing Hispanic population in metropolitan Atlanta, there are few mental health providers that can provide culturally competent and bilingual services.
2018 St. Jude's Recovery Center Inc. 50000 Metropolitan Atlanta Strengthening and Sustaining Health Nonprofit Organizations / Programs and Workforce Support to conduct an in-depth market research analysis and to develop a strategic plan with a focus on revenue development.
2018 TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation 49000 Metropolitan Atlanta Strengthening and Sustaining Health Nonprofit Organizations / Programs and Workforce Support to build its technical capacity by enhancing technology and increasing the efficiency of data management and analytics.
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