FY 16-17

Grants Awarded FY 2016-2017

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $12 million in grants.  In fiscal year 2016-2017, the Foundation awarded $856,892.00 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

School-Based Health Initiative (SBH):

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $33,388.00
Supports Mental Health Services in Grant County

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $40,237.00
Supports Mental Health Services in Hardy County

Monongahela Valley Association of Health Centers – $40,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator position

New River Health Association, Inc. – $26,535.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator serving Mt. Hope Elementary, Collins Middle, Oak Hill High, and Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $33,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator serving Nicholas and Raleigh Counties

New River Health Association, Inc. – $29,450.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator serving Valley Elementary and Valley High Schools

Pendleton Community Care – $34,917.00
Supports the school-based Mental Health Counselor

Pendleton Community Care – $37,722.00
Supports the school-based Mental Health Educator

Pleasant Valley Hospital – $50,000.00
Supports the school-based health program in Mason County

Rainelle Medical Center – $34,209.00
Supports the school-based Mental Health Counselor serving seven schools in Greenbrier, Fayette, and Summers Counties

Rainelle Medical Center – $27,075.00
Supports the school-based Mental Health Educator

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation – $139,900.00
Supports the SBH programs serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties

WV Primary Care Association – $30,000.00
Supports the position of the Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly

Child Advocacy Programs (CAC):

Burlington United Methodist Family Service – $20,000.00
Supports the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist at Sarah’s House

Child Protect of Mercer County, Inc. – $15,000.00
Supports the Direct Service Manager position

Child Youth & Advocacy Center – $6,000.00
Supports the CYAC Therapist position

Children’s Home Society of WV – $17,528.00
Supports Safe Haven CAC

Just For Kids, Inc. – $15,000.00
Supports the additional Family Advocate

Logan County Child Advocacy Center – $20,454.00
Supports the CAC Mingo Kids New View Program

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center – $20,000.00
Supports the SBH Therapist

Mountain CAP of WV, Inc. – $25,000.00
Supports the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist

Randolph and Tucker CAC – $10,000.00
Supports the Advocacy and Prevention Coordinator

REACHH – Family Resource Center – $14,288.00
Supports the Family Advocate

Stop the Hurt, Inc. – $20,000.00
Supports the Forensic Interviewer and Director positions

The Children’s Listening Place – $20,000.00
Supports the Forensic Interviewer

West Virginia Child Advocacy Network – $25,000.00
Continued support of the risk assessment and quality assurance project for the Child Advocacy Centers in WV

Children and Families:

Wellspring of Greenbrier Co. Inc. – $25,000.00
Support for Fruits of Labor for their Seeds of Hope Program

WV Coalition Against Domestic Violence – $22,200.00
Supports the Coordinator position for the WV Human Trafficking and Civil Rights Task Force

Parents as Teachers (PAT):

New River Health Association, Inc. – $13,650.00
Supports MIHOW Home Visitor Certification