Prescription drug overdoses have reached epidemic proportions in North Carolina and across the nation. In response to that challenge, Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) today announced a $2.6 million investment in Project Lazarus, a statewide program aimed at addressing chronic pain issues and combating prescription drug abuse. Funding from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and the N.C.
Below you will find news from the Trust.
A big congratulations to the Trust's Health Care Division Director Allen Smart who received the “University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health Naomi Morris Distinguished Alumni Award” this spring from his alma mater. The Alumni Awards are given annually to two members of the UIC School of Public Health alumni body who have achieved outstanding success.
The Trust is seeking proposals to produce a strategic plan for Great Expectations, a 10-year Trust initiative designed to help low-income Forsyth County children be foundationally prepared for personal and academic success by the time they complete Kindergarten. While the Trust’s Great Expectations work is just getting underway, some key initiatives have already been launched with new and existing stakeholders, and the Trust is seeking a Strategic Investment Plan to guide ongoing work beginning in 2014.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust established the award to recognize innovative ideas and work that have the potential to improve the health of people living in rural North Carolina. Join Us as we celebrate the four finalists and announce the winner of the Rural Health Award.
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The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is seeking proposals for an initial evaluation of Healthy Places NC (HPNC), a 10-year “place-based” initiative designed to improve health outcomes in economically disadvantaged rural communities across North Carolina. HPNC began operating in three Tier 1 counties (Beaufort, Halifax, McDowell) in May 2012.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is making a $30-million commitment to improve educational opportunities for young children in Forsyth County. One step it took toward fulfilling that promise was to pay for 150 pre-kindergarten and kindergarten teachers and administrators to go to the N.C. Association for the Education of Young Children (NCaeyc) conference in September.
Expectant first-time Forsyth County moms can soon get extra guidance and care from dedicated registered nurses thanks to the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and the Forsyth County Department of Public Health. Today, the organizations’ leaders announced they are partnering to bring Nurse-Family Partnership® (NFP) to Forsyth County.
On a sunny August day at Campbell University's Buies Creek campus, the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust announced a $2 million grant from the Trust's Health Care Division toward the University's new School of Osteopathic Medicine, slated to open in August 2013.
Campbell announced the $2 million grant from the Trust and a $2 million grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation at the event attended by approximately 100 people. The $4 million in grants will be used for the medical school's clinical examination area and state-of-the-art simulation lab.