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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
Bridge of Central Massachusetts
To provide training to local school systems on self-injury and suicide prevention.
$31,000
Dover-Sherborn Regional School District
To provide a reentry program for students returning to school from hospitalizations.
 $158,040
SPARK Kindness
To provide parent education services.
$46,475
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
To provide mental health services to LGBTQ youth.
$43,097
Wellesley College, Stone Center for Women
To implement depression screening and suicide prevention programs in the Holliston Public Schools. 
$148,356

Access to Care

Name Description Amount
Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center
To improve clinical care management for those with a high risk of chronic disease.
$135,000
Hockomock Area YMCA - Bernon Family Branch
To offer the Diabetes Prevention Program.
$10,695
South Middlesex Opportunity Council
To provide a coordinated approach to addressing homelessness.
$75,323

Healthy Aging

Name Description Amount
BayPath Elder Services
To improve services for LGBTQ elders.
$36,501
Milford Council on Aging
To support a comprehensive exercise and wellness program.
$16,000

Opioid Response Grants

Name  Description Amount 
Framingham Board of Health
To support wider distribution of naloxone to help address the opioid crisis.
$39,360

Responsive Grants

Name Description Amount
Bethany Hill Place
Capacity building grant - safety & hygiene improvements.
 $12,460
Framingham State University
To improve mental health screening.
$15,123
Health Care Without Walls
To provide health care for families residing in homeless shelters.
$20,000
Jeff's Place Children's Bereavement Center
Capacity building - additional clinical staffing.
$20,000 
Jewish Family Service of Metrowest
To address the social-emotional needs of new immigrant and refugee communities.
$20,000
MetroWest Legal Services
To support legal services for immigrant youth.
$70,770
Morse Institute Library
To support a health documentary series.
$11,000
Natick Service Council
Capacity building - equipment.
$10,900
RIA House
Capacity building - assessment tools.
$5,000
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
Capacity building - cultural competency training.
$14,336

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