FY 13-14

Grants Awarded FY 2013-2014

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $10million in grants.  In fiscal year 2013-2014, the Foundation awarded $799,952.78 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

School-Based Health Initiative:

Cabin Creek Health Center, Inc. – $28,880.00
Supports school-based mental health counselor services to Sissonville and Herbert Hoover High Schools

Camden-on-Gauley Medical Center – $29,236.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $46,930.00
Supports Mental Health Services

Lincoln Primary Care Center – $45,125.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

New River Health Association, Inc. – $29,400.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position in Fayette County Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $33,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator position serving Valley Elementary and Valley High, and Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $34,972.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position for Summersville SBHC in Nicholas County

Pendleton Community Care – $36,754.59
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

Pendleton Community Care – $39,707.19
Supports a school-based mental health educator position

Rainelle Medical Center – $37,905.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position for Greenbrier West High School

Ritchie County Primary Care Association – $32,585.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation – $139,900.00
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 Programs:

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

Child Protect of Mercer Co. Inc. – $16,116.00
Supports Family Advocate position

Child Youth & Advocacy Center – $12,950.00
Supports Family Advocate salary and benefits

Marion County CAC – $5,100.00
Supports CAC program

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center – $10,000.00
Supports mental health services at Monongalia County CAC

Mountain CAP of WV, Inc. – $25,000.00
Funds Victim Advocate salary and benefits

Preston County Caring Council FRN – $10,000.00
Helps continued development of Tygart Valley Regional CACs

West Virginia Child Advocacy Network   – $21,392.00
Supports creation of the Spring 2014 Conference

Parents as Teachers:

Tucker County FRN – $35,000.00
Supports home visitor and hiring of a temporary office assistant

Children’s Home Society of WV-Parkersburg – $30,000.00
Provides continued support for Parents as Teachers program