FY 06-07

In fiscal year 2006-2007, the Foundation approved approximately $1,059,200 for grant and discretionary funding for the following selected projects:

Belington Community Medical Services Association, Inc.
$11,549.00

The purpose of this grant is to provide funding for capital improvements to the Brandon Wellness Center located in Philip Barbour High School.

Cabin Creek Health Center
$50,000.00

This first year renewal grant supports school-based mental health services at Riverside High School in Kanawha County by subsidizing the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Cabin Creek Health Systems
$5,000.00

This first year grant enables Cabin Creek Health Systems to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Riverside High School in Kanawha County.

Clay Primary Care Systems, Inc.
$5,000.00

This second year grant enables Clay Primary Care Systems to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Clay Elementary School.

E.A. Hawes Health Center
$60,000.00

This first year renewal grant provides support to maintain school-based mental health services by funding therapist and social worker positions in the East Hardy school complex and in the Moorefield Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

Harmony House: Child Advocacy Center
$50,000.00

This grant supports two projects: “Rebuilding Hope and Harmony” which focuses on expanding space for services; and “Childhood Victimization: Now and Beyond” which addresses the need for the continuation of resources for services.

Lincoln Primary Care Center, Inc.
$50,000.00

This third year grant supports the school-based mental health program at Guyan Valley Middle School and Lincoln County High school by funding the salary and benefits of the mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Marshall University – University Physicians & Surgeons
$97,724.00

This second year renewal grant supports the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team in expanding its capacity to provide technical support for school-based mental health services and working with state level policy makers to ensure continuing political and financial support for existing school-based health services. The Team also provides continuing education workshops for school-based health centers and individualized on-site technical assistance to school-based health centers.

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center
$42,500.00

This first year grant provides funding for the ongoing support of the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center, a comprehensive program for children who have been abused or neglected and are involved in the legal system.

New River Health Association
$39,400.00

This first year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health program at Summersville Wellness Center serving Summersville Middle and Nicholas County High Schools by funding the salary and benefits of the mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

New River Health Association
$60,000.00

This grant supports the construction of a school-based health clinic within the new consolidated elementary school in Fayette County, West Virginia.

New River Health Association
$5,000.00

This second year grant enables New River Health Association to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Mt. Hope Elementary School.

New River Health Association
$31,380.00

This second year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health wellness and education program in the elementary, middle, and high schools of Mt. Hope, WV, by subsidizing the salary and benefits of a mental health educator/case manager, travel, equipment, and training costs.

Pendleton Community Care
$47,500.00

This second year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health program at North Fork Elementary School and in the consolidated Middle/High School by funding the salary and benefits of the mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00

This first year renewal grant provides support (salary, benefits, travel, training, and equipment) for a mental health educator to offer behavioral health classes and small group behavior modification training in North Fork Elementary and in the consolidated Middle/High Schools.

Rainelle Medical Center
$54,100.00

This first year renewal grant funds the school-based mental health counselor and continued development of a substance abuse/chemical addiction program at Meadow Bridge Elementary and High Schools as well as in the Western Greenbrier Middle and High Schools.

Rainelle Medical Center
$9,500.00

This second year renewal grant is used to strengthen the capacity for the provision of mental health services by funding supportive services.

Rainelle Medical Center
$60,000.00

This grant funds the purchase of a double wide trailer for use as the Meadow Bridge Wellness Center servicing Meadow Bridge Elementary and High Schools.

Ritchie County Primary Care
$42,500.00

This first year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health counselor (salary and benefits, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs) providing services in the Ritchie County Middle and High Schools.

Tug River Health Association, Inc.
$60,000.00

This second year grant provides financial assistance for continued development of a SBHC at Mount View Middle/High School in McDowell County.

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$148,047.21

This second year grant provides school-based health services for Wheeling Catholic Elementary School and Weirton St. Paul Elementary School.

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$80,000.00 per year for 3 years

This first year renewal grant strengthens the WV School-Based Assembly Infrastructure by funding the Co-Executive Director position. Major strategies of mission expansion, partnership development at the federal and state levels, policy advocacy, communication, awareness strategies, and organizational development will hopefully result in the successful advancement of the WV School-Based Initiative.