Programmatic funds to pilot play and learn groups for Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) caregivers, parents, and children in collaboration with El Buen Pastor Latino Community Services.
Programmatic funds for evidence-based classes to help parents manage problem behaviors and developmental issues common in children with disabilities.
Programmatic funds for child care subsidies for 29 children of teen parents enrolled in grades 6 through 12 in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.
Programmatic funds to collect and analyze data and measure progress addressing substance misuse in Nash and Edgecombe counties.
Programmatic funds to educate organizations and individuals in Nash and Edgecombe counties about Medicaid reform and the transition to value-based care.
Capital funds to help health care safety net clinics recover from damage caused by Hurricane Florence and to prepare for future storms in impacted communities.
Programmatic funds to assist with the design of Medicaid pilots and screening tools that address non-medical drivers of poor health for low-income residents.
Programmatic funds to pilot supportive services and trainings for Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) caregivers and parents.
Programmatic funds to launch an innovative online referral platform and call center that will link health care providers with social service agencies and organizations.
Programmatic funds to continue Family Connects (FC), a universal postnatal nurse home visiting program in Forsyth County.