NVHF Awards $729,000 to 12 Local Organizations Providing Health Care Services to Low-Income Residents

NVHF Awards $729,000 to 12 Local Organizations Providing Health Care Services to Low-Income Residents

The Northern Virginia Health Foundation recently awarded $729,000, primarily to safety net providers across the region–organizations that provide primary care, oral health care, pediatric care, mental health and prescription services to low-income Northern Virginia residents who lack health insurance.

The following organizations each received grants ranging from $7,500 to $80,000:

Arlington Pediatric Center — $80,000 for general operating support

Arlington Free Clinic — $80,000 for general operating support

Community Foundation for the National Capital Region — $25,000 to support the Greater Washington Workforce Development Collaborative

Consumer Health Foundation (acting as fiduciary agent for Regional Primary Care Coalition and the Northern Virginia Health Services Coalition) — $32,500

Greater Prince William Community Health Center — $80,000 general operating support

HealthWorks for Northern Virginia — $80,000 for general operating support

Neighborhood Health — $80,000 for general operating support

Northern Virginia Dental Clinic — $80,000 for general operating support

Northern Virginia Family Service — $80,000 for general operating support of the behavioral health program

NOVA ScriptsCentral — $80,000 for general operating support

Virginia Oral Health Coalition — $24,000 to support the development of Northern Virginia metrics and strategies as part of a state-wide oral health report card

Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers — $7,500 to support the Healthy Communities Working Group