Grant Recipients

Angels of Mercy Medical Mission 
Program: Chronic Care Collaborative - Therapeutic Lifestyle Change Program
$113,000 for quality health services provided by a multidisciplinary team emphasizing prevention and self-management, for low-income individuals with at least one Chronic Disease diagnosis. 

The Arc of Greater Williamsburg 
Program: Fitness Program
$25,000 for The Arc will provide fitness classes and programs designed to encourage good nutrition and active lifestyles for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.

Center for Child and Family Services (CFCFS)

Program: Child & Family Connection’s (CFC) Multicultural Counseling and Outreach Program for the Greater Williamsburg Area
$40,000 to improve the emotional and physical well-being of the uninsured or underinsured of Greater Williamsburg, with a focus on the Latino population.

Program: Child & Family Connection’s (CFC) Violence Prevention/Intervention Program
$30,000 to provide a conflict resolution group program for children and group counseling for adults charged with assault and battery and domestic violence.

Program: Child & Family Connection’s (CFC) Neurofeedback Counseling Program
$25,000 to purchase neurofeedback equipment and begin providing neurofeedback counseling and therapy services to CFC clients.

Child Development Resources 
Program: Breastfeeding: Building Confidence and Competence
$24,000 to promote breastfeeding (BF) support for those who lack support and resources, first time mothers, and infants with feeding difficulties.

Program: Parents As Teachers
$125,000 to provide early detection of health and developmental concerns, improve parenting practices, and ensure that high risk families of young children are linked to community resources to improve child health and family well-being.

Program: Infant & Parent Program
$150,000 to provide family-centered services, support, and specialized therapies for infants and toddlers with disabilities or developmental delays.

City of Williamsburg
Program: Child Health Initiative
$260,000 for the second year of a pilot program to improve long-term health outcomes for children living in poverty in the City of Williamsburg. 

Colonial Behavioral Health 
Program: Chronic Care Collaborative 
$183,000 for care coordination and treatment of patients with behavioral health disorders and other chronic diseases, and to continue training the primary care clinicians of the collaborative.

Program: Greater Williamsburg Network of Care Website  (NOC)
$34,000 to provide an online resource where individuals, families, and service providers can find comprehensive current information about regional health and human services. 

Program: Williamsburg Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
$45,000 to serve adults with severe substance use disorders (SUD) who need intensive treatment.

Program: Greater Williamsburg Child Assessment Center (GWCAC)
$271,000 to strengthen behavioral health services for children, adolescents, and their families in Greater Williamsburg by increasing awareness, collaboration and access to community resources.

Colonial Community Corrections 
Program: Better Ways: A Therapeutic & Transitional Substance Abuse Program
$14,000 for Colonial Community Corrections’ in-house substance abuse (SA) intervention/treatment program.

Community Housing Partners 
Program: Mobile Food Pantry
$5,927 to provide access to healthy and nutritious food once a month to CHP’s five low-income housing development properties in the Lackey area of York County.

The Doorways
Program: Patient and Family Access
$15,000 to help underwrite lodging and support services for patients from the WHF service area and their families.

FISH, Inc. 
Program: Health Priorities in Action
$6,300 to provide food items to FISH clients.

Free Foundation For Rehabilitation Equipment & Endowment (F.R.E.E.)
Program: Geographic Expansion to serve Williamsburg Health Foundation service area
$25,000 to collect gently-used rehabilitation mobility equipment and give it to people in need.

Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic 
Program: Chronic Care Collaborative
$270,000 for care of low-income uninsured patients with Chronic Disease including diabetes, cardiovascular disease and hypertension, among others.

Grove Christian Outreach Center 
Program: Food Access Outreach Program
$4,000 to provide access to food for low-income families in Grove.

Program: Children’s Summer Lunch Program
$4,400 to provide lunches to Grove area children during the summer months when school is not in session.

Housing Partnerships, Inc. (HPI)
Program: Rapid Response Ramp Loan Program
$13,878 to provide immediate access to ADA compliant handicap ramps that will enable HPI clients to move safely in and out of their home.

Lackey Clinic
Program: Volunteer Recruitment Program
$13,000 for recruiting and retaining volunteer practitioners to provide medical, oral, and behavioral care as well as to prescribe medications and teach disease self-management to low-income, uninsured patients.

Program: Chronic Care Collaborative
$420,000 for cost effective integrated primary, behavioral and oral health care of the indigent and uninsured who struggle with multiple chronic diseases.

Literacy for Life at the Rita Welsh Adult Learning Center 
Program: Health Education and Literacy (HEAL)
$60,000 for the Health Education and Literacy (HEAL) program.

New Horizons Family Counseling Center
Program: New Directions for Family and Youth Development
$125,000 to provide coordinated, multi-service behavioral health interventions for children, adolescents and their families.

Olde Towne Medical and Dental Center 
Program: Basic Operating Support
$450,000 to support clinic operations and delivery of high-quality clinical services. OTMDC is a community based, Rural Health Clinic offering adult and pediatric medical and dental care to the uninsured and underinsured of the City of Williamsburg, York and James City Counties and surrounding areas.

Program: Chronic Care Collaborative - Effective Management of Chronic Care Patients with Multiple Co-morbidities
$250,000 for the Chronic Disease Care Program to support the goal of improving care for patients with one or more Chronic Disease diagnosis.

Program: Transition from Home to Hospital
$50,000 for a registered nurse to work directly with hospital patients to lessen the likelihood of readmission and to improve their overall health outcomes.

Peninsula Agency on Aging 
Program: RIDES
$110,000 for non-emergency medical transportation.

Program: S.H.A.R.P. (Senior Health Assistance Resource Project)
 $128,000 for care coordinators to conduct assessments and home visits; arrange for subsidized in-home care and adult day care; provide care coordination for frail seniors; and provide information, referrals, and support to caregivers.

Program: Care Transitions Intervention Pilot Program
$75,000 to continue the Care Transitions Intervention ® self-management model program in Greater Williamsburg.

Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA
Program: YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program
$45,505 to empower adults to make lasting lifestyle changes that will reduce their chance of developing type-II diabetes.

Postpartum Support Virginia, Inc.
Program: Healthy Mother, Healthy Family
$4,000 to increase opportunities for childbearing women to recover from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) and to create awareness among maternal and child healthcare providers about PMADs.

Rx Partnership 
Program: Chronic Care Collaborative
$35,000 to coordinate delivery of bulk medications to the pharmacies at Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic and Lackey Free Clinic, as well as supporting medication-related projects that benefit all of the Chronic Care Collaborative members.

United Way of Greater Williamsburg
Program: Home for Good
$130,000 to provide emergency support for UWGW’s pilot housing program.

Virginia Health Care Foundation 
Program: Greater Williamsburg Medication Access Program (GWMAP)
$400,000 to help uninsured, chronically-ill patients obtain needed prescription medicines free of charge.

Virginia Legacy Soccer Club 
Program: Community Partnership
$16,000 to provide free, after-school soccer and transportation for underserved children in WJCC schools.

Virginia Peninsula Foodbank
Program: Produce Distribution
$20,000 to provide fresh produce for the Williamsburg mobile food pantry program.

Virginia Oral Health Coalition
Program: Oral Health Integration for Greater Williamsburg
$4,000  to increase integration of oral health care with primary care at Chronic Care Collaborative (CCC) clinics and with home visiting from Child Development Resources (CDR).

Williamsburg Area Faith in Action
Program: Resource Visitors
$29,000 to train volunteers to serve as resource coordinators for seniors within their established social networks.

Program: Medical Transportation
$24,000 for free, non-emergency transportation to frail seniors in Greater Williamsburg.

Williamsburg Area Meals On Wheels, Inc. 
Program: Nutritious Noontime Meals
$50,000 to provide delivered nutritious meals and nutrition education for low income residents.

Williamsburg-James City County Public School Division 
Program: School Health Initiative Program (SHIP)
$640,000 for health and wellness program focused on supporting and promoting healthy eating and physical activity at all 15 Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools.

York County Division of Juvenile Services
Program: Psychological and Substance Abuse Services (PSAS) Program
$14,000 to provide early intervention/prevention and substance abuse psycho-education services to adolescents.