2008 Grantees

Alexandria Neighborhood Health Services, Inc
$191,524 to expand capacity and access to the Adult Medicine Program for special populations. 

$30,000 to support management consulting and new development software.

Arlington Free Clinic
$200,000 to support and expand the Clinic’s Specialty Medicine program. 

$30,000 to purchase and install a new communications system for the Clinic's new office space.

Arlington Pediatric Center
$30,000 to engage consultants to assist with undertaking an assessment of, and staff training for, enhancing back-office functions.

Bailey's Crossroads Health Access Partnership
$27,300 to undertake a feasibility study of Culmore Clinic's sustainability, and to develop a patient database system.

Ethiopian Community Development Council
$98,500 to support Project Aware, a breast cancer awareness and screening program for African refugees and immigrant women

Greater Prince William Community Health Center
$150,000 to support primary health care services. 

$29,400 to support system improvements, training, and strategic planning.

Jeanie Schmidt Free Clinic (formerly Herndon Free Clinic)
$46,625 to establish a Patient Care Program to assist patients needing referrals to other health services.

$21,732 to support technology upgrades and a work-flow assessment.

Loudoun Community Health Center
$100,000 to support the Clinic’s primary and preventive health programs. 

Northern Virginia Community College Restorative Dental Clinic
$50,000 to increase capacity to provide restorative dental care to low-income residents. 

Northern Virginia Dental Clinic
$50,000 to support the ongoing program that provides oral health care to low-income and uninsured residents from throughout the Northern Virginia region.

Northern Virginia Family Service
$100,000 to ensure the continuation of culturally and linguistically appropriate mental health services, previously provided by Center for Multicultural Human Services, to low-income children who have experienced violence and trauma.

$27,134 to support a case manager for the Arlington Dental Link Program. 

$30,00 to support a technology assessment and marketing and communications work.

NOVA ScriptsCentral (formerly NoVa Rx CentralFill Pharmacy)
$84,567 to enhance pharmaceutical care practices and increase patient access to a broader range of medications for chronic disease for patients at safety net clinics.

$27,500 to develop a communications plan