Bacon Street Youth and Family Services

Program: Bridges Project
$27,000 to support a youth, peer mentoring program for at-risk students transitioning from middle school to high school.

Center for Child and Family Services

Program: 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: Neurofeedback Counseling Program
$6,500 to provide neurofeedback counseling and therapy services to Center for Child and Family Services clients.

Child Development Resources

Program: Basic Operating Support
$200,000 to support the community’s most vulnerable children through home visiting programs (Early Head Start, Parents as Teachers and Infant Parent Program), child care centers, comprehensive motherhood services and Central Point of Entry.

City of Williamsburg

Program: Child Health Initiative
$250,000 for program to improve long-term health outcomes for children living in poverty in the City of Williamsburg.

Colonial Behavioral Health

Program: Chronic Care Collaborative
$140,000 for care coordination and treatment of patients with behavioral health disorders and other chronic diseases.

Program: Greater Williamsburg Network of Care Website:
$37,000 to provide an online resource where individuals, families, and service providers can find comprehensive current information about regional health and human services.

Program: Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
$50,000 to serve adults with severe substance use disorders who need intensive treatment

Program: Greater Williamsburg Child Assessment Center
$271,000 to strengthen behavioral health services for children, adolescents, and their families.

Community Housing Partners

Program: Mobile Food Pantry
$5,000 to provide access to healthy and nutritious food once a month in five communities in the Lackey area of York County, a food desert.

Free Foundation For Rehabilitation Equipment & Endowment (F.R.E.E.)

Program: Williamsburg-Area Chapter of F.R.E.E.
$26,000 to collect and distribute gently-used rehabilitation and mobility equipment to people in need in Greater Williamsburg.

Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic

Program: Chronic Care Collaborative
$200,000 for care of low-income, uninsured patients with chronic diseases including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and hypertension, among others.

Greater Williamsburg Heartsafe Alliance

Program: Greater Williamsburg Heartsafe Alliance
$20,000  to provide financial support for Greater Williamsburg Heartsafe Alliance’s Program Director.

James City County

Program: Child Health Initiative
$270,000 for program to improve long-term health outcomes for children living in poverty in James City County.

Lackey Clinic

Program: Chronic Care Collaborative
$400,000 for cost-effective and integrated primary, behavioral, and oral health care of the uninsured who struggle with multiple chronic diseases.

Literacy for Life at the Rita Welsh Adult Learning Center

Program: Health Education and Literacy (HEAL)
$50,000 for the Health Education and Literacy program.

Olde Towne Medical and Dental Center

Program: Chronic Care Collaborative
$250,000 for the Chronic Disease Care Program to support the goal of improving care for patients with one or more Chronic Disease diagnosis.

Peninsula Agency on Aging

Program: Aging and Disability Resource Center
$70,000 for care coordinators to conduct assessments and home visits; arrange for subsidized in-home care and adult daycare; provide care coordination for frail seniors; and provide information, referral, and support to care givers.

Rx Partnership

Program: Access to Medication (AMP)
$25,000 to provide reliable, ongoing, and affordable access to generic medications prescribed at Olde Towne Medical and Dental Center.

Program: Chronic Care Collaborative
$46,000 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.

Virginia Health Care Foundation

Program: Greater Williamsburg Medication Access Program (GWMAP)
$375,000 to help uninsured, chronically-ill patients obtain needed prescription medicines free of charge.

Williamsburg Area Faith in Action

Program: Medical Transportation
$37,500 for free, non-emergency transportation to frail seniors in Greater Williamsburg.

Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools

Program: School Health Initiative Program (SHIP)
$670,000 for health and wellness program focused on supporting and promoting healthy eating and physical activity at all 15 Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools.