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Recent Grants

Below is a list of our most recent grants for each initiative. Use our Past Grants Search to search all past grants.

Adolescent Health

Name Description Amount
Hudson Public Schools
To offer a transition program for students reentering school after an extended absence due to psychiatric or medical reasons.
$17,850
Natick Public Schools
To support social work services for at-risk students and families.
 $24,630

Access to Care

Name Description Amount
Advocates, Inc.
To improve access to psychiatric services.
$66,367
Brazilian American Center
To facilitate access to preventative mental health services.
$50,070
Latino Health Insurance Program
To support the use of patient navigators for insurance enrollment and connection to primary care.
$44,429
MetroWest Free Medical Program
To expand the use of volunteer and staff capacity.
$45,898
Natick Visitng Nurse Association
To provide prescription drug assistance to the uninsured and underinsured.
$273,778

Healthy Aging

Name Description Amount
BayPath Elder Services
To support chronic disease management programs for older adults.
$17,875
Framingham Board of Health
To launch an Age/Dementia Friendly Initiative in Framingham.
$40,000
HESSCO Elder Services
To decrease social isolation among LGBT elders.
$13,586
Home Care Aid Foundation
To address social isolation among elders.
$40,000
Hudson Council on Aging
To offer respite care for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's Disease.
$30,000
Medfield Council on Aging
To expand health and wellness services.
$22,987

Opioid Response Grants

Name  Description Amount 
Medway Public Schools
To develop best practice models in the administration of SBIRT.
$9,999

Responsive Grants

Name Description Amount
A Place to Turn
Capacity building support - food pantry.
 $15,000
Assabet Valley Regional Technical School
To upgrade a patient simulator used in nursing education.
$20,000
Facing Cancer Together
To develop a cancer support group for Portuguese speakers.
$4,900
Framingham Public Library
To offer senior exercise and health/nutrition classes.
$18,300 
Hoops and Homework, Inc.
Capacity building support - staff training.
$10,500
MetroWest Regional Transit Authority
To equip paratransit vehicles with Automated External Defibrillators.
$16,110
Natick Service Council
Capacity building support - food pantry.
$15,000
Needham Youth & Family Services
To conduct Mental Health First Aid training.
$20,000
Pelham Apt. Resident Services
To offer wellness programs for youth.
$5,400
Trustees of Boston University
To design questions for the MetroWest Adolescent Health Survey to assess mental health service utilization.
$19,999
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
To provide behavioral health support services at Framingham's Woodrow Wilson Elementary School.
$17,405
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
To translate Parenting for Prevention tip sheets into Portuguese, Spanish and Russian.
$13,641

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