FY 12-13

Grants Awarded FY 2012-2013

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $9 million in grants.  In fiscal year 2012-2013, the Foundation awarded $977,515.43 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

School-Based Health Initiative:

Cabin Creek Health Center, Inc. – $30,000.00
Supports Behavioral Health services

Cabin Creek Health Center, Inc. – $30,400.00
Supports Mental Health Services

Camden-on-Gauley Medical Center – $50,000.00
Capital Grant to renovate space for SBHC for Glade/Middle Schools

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $24,700.00
Supports Mental Health Services

Hancock County Board of Education – $50,000.00
Capital Grant to support construction of SBHC in new elementary school

New River Health Association, Inc. – $36,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator position serving Valley Elementary and Valley High, and Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $29,725.00
Supports Mental Health Educator position serving Mt. Hope Elementary, Collins Middle, and Oak Hill High and New River Elementary Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $36,813.00
Supports a school-based health educator position in Summersville

Pendleton Community Care – $41,797.04
Supports a school-based mental health educator position

Pendleton Community Care – $38,689.04
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

Rainelle Medical Center – $39,900.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

Rainelle Medical Center – $31,588.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position

Ritchie County Primary Care Association – $34,300.00
MHC to help provide for continued mental health services

St. George Medical Clinic, Inc. – $41,000.00
Capital Grant to help SGC implement three SBHCs in Tucker County

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation – $139,900
Supports the school-based health programs serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties

WV Primary Care Association – $80,000.00
Supports the position of the Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly

Child Advocacy Centers:

Burlington United Methodist Family Service – $20,000.00
Helps SARAH’s House provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive Therapy

Child Protect of Mercer County, Inc. – $10,000.00
Helps fund Contract Therapist

Child Youth & Advocacy Center – $10,000.00
Helps CYAC ensure victims have access to quality mental health services

Comfort House CAC – $15,000.00
Helps provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Based Therapy and helps provide for salary of child family advocate

Cornerstone Family Interventions, Inc. – $27,703.35
Helps provide services at Boone CAC

Just For Kids, Inc. – $25,000.00
Helps provide services

Logan County Child Advocacy Center – $7,000.00
Helps to continue development of services in Mingo County

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center – $10,000.00
Helps to support CAC program

Preston County Caring Council FRN – $20,000.00
Helps to develop a CAC in Preston, Taylor, and Barbour Counties

Randolph and Tucker CAC – $10,000.00
Helps to continue efforts toward prevention and intervention of child abuse

Parents as Teachers:

Children’s Home Society of WV-Parkersburg – $25,000.00
Assists program to achieve PAT standards

Northern Panhandle Head Start – $8,000.00
Helps to meet PAT standards

SHACK Neighborhood House – $15,000.00
Helps Starting Points meet PAT standards

Tucker County FRN – $25,000.00
Enables program to achieve PAT standards

Wetzel County Center for Children and Families, Inc. – $15,000.00
Helps WCCCF uphold PAT standards