Projects

Pacific Hospital Preservation & Development Authority: Bridging gaps in health care access

Ongoing Projects

School Food Advocacy Program Expansion

Posted Fri, March 15, 2019

Grantee: FEEST
Timeframe: April 2018-March 2019 | Amount: $25,000

FEEST will expand the health equity and nutrition education work to reach 40-50% more youth and extend the depth of impact within South King County schools in 2018/2019. Youth Leaders and Highline School District Nutrition Services Director together will learn about and address issues with school food from a youth/consumer perspective.

Strategic Business Planning

Posted Fri, March 15, 2019

Grantee: Urban Games
Timeframe: January 2019-December 2019 | Amount: $15,000

Essex Community Outreach Corporation is the fiscal sponsor for Urban Games. The project will be implemented by and for Urban Games. The mission of Urban Games is to reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity and promote other health/wellness outcomes that disproportionately impact marginalized youth and their families in local communities and more broadly across the nation.

Congolese Integration Network: Congolese Community Health Navigators

Posted Fri, March 15, 2019

Grantee: Rainier Valley Corps
Timeframe: January 2019-December 2019 | Amount: $30,000

This proposed scope of work will help Congolese refugees gain skills and receive support that will help them be better informed about health issues, learn how to access medical information and resources and access care. Ultimately, emergency room visits by Congolese community members will decrease because they will not be delaying healthcare.

Outreach to Reduce Health Disparities for Low-Income Expectant Families

Posted Fri, March 15, 2019

Grantee: Parent Trust for WA Children
Timeframe: April 2018-March 2019 | Amount: $10,000

Parent Trust for Washington Children will conduct community outreach to assist low-income families in registering and completing Great Starts classes in prenatal care, birthing, breastfeeding, and baby care/safety to improve outcomes for healthy births, protective factors, and family resiliency.

SHE Clinic: A Comprehensive Healthcare Delivery Pilot for Street Based Sex Workers

Posted Fri, March 15, 2019

Grantee: Aurora Commons
Timeframe: April 2018-March 2019 | Amount: $19,993.97

Aurora Commons will use an existing mobile healthcare delivery program (PSCC), which currently comes to AC to provide limited care, to develop a multidisciplinary comprehensive healthcare model to serve women involved in SBSW many of who have concomitant drug dependence and homelessness.