Programmatic funds to create a technical assistance resource center for Medicaid pilot sites addressing social determinants.
Programmatic funds to engage parents, mentors, and staff to build awareness and advocacy efforts to reduce the occurrences of adverse childhood experiences and toxic stress among young children.
Programmatic funds to promote an equitable food system in northeastern North Carolina.
Programmatic funds to support implementation of Medicaid pilot program addressing social drivers of health.
Programmatic funds to Wake Forest Baptist Health (WFBH) to eliminate disparities in birth and postpartum outcomes for low wealth and/or Black and Latinx communities in Forsyth County.
Programmatic funds to create a more comprehensive, cohesive, and integrated continuum of care of substance use disorder treatment in Robeson County through the development of the Southeastern Prevention and Addiction Recovery Resource Center (SPARC) within UNC-Pembroke’s College of Health Sciences.
Re-funding of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust Health Improvement in North Carolina DAF Account.
Programmatic funds to support community-based efforts that engage residents in the process to better understand and build awareness of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress.
Programmatic funds to continue implementation of the whole child framework to adverse childhood experiences (ACES) and toxic stress and to promote trauma-informed approaches to caring for young people in elementary schools in Edgecombe, Pasquotank, Nash, and Pitt counties.
Programmatic funds to support Community Prevention Action Plan Implementation in Robeson, Bladen & Columbus Counties to help address childhood trauma for children in families with low incomes.