St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ 2001 grants are:
- A Place Called Home, receiving $8,700 to develop infrastructure.
- Aid to Adoption of Special Kids, receiving $121,791 to create a business plan for the resource center
- Alice’s Wonderland, receiving $124,000 to develop alternative sources of support.
- Alice’s Wonderland, receiving $3,000 to conduct a market survey
- Alzheimer’s Association, receiving $18,725 to develop communications infrastructure.
- Arizona Alliance for the Mentally Ill, receiving $36,905 to support family and consumer educational programs.
- Arizona Association of Community Health Centers, receiving $27,360 to purchase new computer equipment.
- Arizona Association of School Psychologists, receiving $4,000 to support the annual conference.
- Arizona Council of Human Service providers, receiving $2,900 to support the Healthy Families Conference.
- Arizona Department of Health Services – Division of Behavioral Health Services, receiving $10,000 to convene public forums.
- Arizona Ecumenical Council, receiving $10,000 to study feasibility for primary care services.
- Arizona Foundation for Human Services Providers, receiving $2,500 to sponsor their conference.
- Arizona Friends of Foster Care Foundation, receiving $5,000 to provide medical and dental care for children not covered by CMDP.
- Arizona Grantmakers Forum, receiving $10,000 to build organizational development.
- Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), receiving $10,000 to develop the Quality Improvement Handbook for employees.
- Arizona Hospital & Healthcare Association, receiving $20,000 to conduct two public opinion polls.
- Arizona Hospital & Healthcare Association, receiving $250,000 to support the Campaign for Caring.
- Arizona Interfaith Network, receiving $87,500 to support advocacy operations.
- Arizona Osteoporosis Coalition, receiving $7,375 to build organizational capacity.
- Arizona Public Health Association (The Arizona Asthma Coalition), receiving $10,000 for one to implement a short-term fundraising plan.
- Arizona Public Health Association, receiving $3,000 to support the annual conference.
- Arizona Public Health Association, receiving $9,700 to develop a business and marketing plan.
- Arizona State Schools for the Deaf & Blind, receiving $7,370 to purchase speech therapy equipment.
- Arizona State University, receiving $10,000 to convene a health policy forum.
- Arizona State University, receiving $9,950 to form a predictive modeling tool for behavioral health services.
- Arizona United Spinal Cord Injury Association, receiving $15,000 to purchase and operate a specialized van.
- Banner Health Foundation of Arizona$, receiving 96,250 to train for clinical pastoral care.
- Betania Community Center, receiving $9,000 to develop infrastructure.
- Carondolet Foundation (Southern Arizona Community Diaper Bank), receiving $75,005 to expand the Southern Arizona Community Diaper Bank.
- Catholic Social Services, receiving $54,609 to assist counseling and immigration casework.
- Center D.O.A.R., receiving $2,500 to provide annual conference support.
- Centro de Amistad, Inc., receiving $38,000 to launch a community-based intervention program
- Centro de Amistad, Inc., receiving $4,500 to fund a development plan.
- Children’s Action Alliance, receiving $300,000 to support the Smart Beginnings Project.
- Chinese Linguistic School of Phoenix, receiving $10,000 to develop a strategic plan.
- Christian Family Care Agency, receiving $67,869 to implement a resource development plan.
- Clinica Adelante, Inc., receiving $60,000 to develop infrastructure.
- Community C.A.R.E. Connections, receiving $50,000 to recruitment and train volunteers.
- Community Forum, receiving $15,000 to support a forum for nonprofit CEOs.
- Concilio Latino de Salud, receiving $74,347 to develop infrastructure.
- Crossroads, Inc., receiving $32,400 to install a computer network that improves service delivery to clients.
- Easter Seals of Arizona, receiving $50,000 to develop a therapeutic play environment.
- EMPACT – SPC, receiving $30,000 to fund a suicide prevention plan.
- Encore Inter-Active Theatre, Inc., receiving $10,000 to develop a strategic plan and assist with board development.
- Foundation for Blind Children, receiving $6,000 to support a conference.
- Frontiers in Ophthalmology, receiving $10,000 to support a conference.
- Glendale Union High School District, receiving $10,000 to develop infrastructure.
- Grantmakers in Health, receiving $5,000 to support a conference.
- Harrington Arthritis Research Center, receiving $5,000 to support operations.
- Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona, receiving $10,000 to support a conference.
- Ladies Achieving Complete Excellence (LACE), receiving $16,500 to develop organizational infrastructure.
- Literacy Volunteers, receiving $52,550 to train adult education instructors.
- I.S.S. Foundation, receiving $6,430 to support the “Passages 2001 Conference”.
- Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation, receiving $18,490 to fund diabetes prevention and education for American Indians.
- Mental Health Advocates Coalition, receiving $25,000 to expand advocacy services.
- Mental Health Association of Arizona, receiving $5,000 to support the “Seeds of Success” symposium.
- Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, receiving $35,920 to support organizational development.
- National Association for Childbearing Centers, receiving $124,597 to assist with the birthing center project.
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society, receiving $5,000 to conduct a needs assessment survey.
- Native Seed/SEARCH of Tucson, receiving $5,000 to reintroduce crops to Gila River communities.
- New Arizona Family, Inc., receiving $9,300 to purchase a computer system that coordinates services for clients.
- OASSIS, receiving $10,000 to support a conference for suicide awareness on college campuses.
- Parents Anonymous of Arizona, receiving $10,000 to update their database design that improves client services and advocacy.
- Phoenix Body Positive, receiving $75,000 to advocate for Hepatitis C and B public education and awareness.
- Phoenix Children’s Hospital, receiving $5,000 to assist with cardiology services.
- Phoenix Revitalization Corporation, receiving $100,000 to implement an action strategy.
- Prevent Blindness America, receiving $14,000 to support the “Train the Trainer” program.
- Raising Special Kids, receiving $10,000 to support the Children’s Behavioral Health Coalition.
- Raising Special Kids, receiving $5,000 to support parent leadership/facilitation of community development.
- Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, receiving $95,480 to implement a fund development plan.
- Refugee Women United for Progress, receiving $10,000 to develop infrastructure.
- Scottsdale Foundation for the Handicapped, receiving $15,445 to develop software.
- Scottsdale Prevention Institute, receiving $16,636 to support “El Proyecto de Salud de La Comunidad”.
- Scottsdale Prevention Institute, receiving $5,000 to fund a Hispanics-in-health conference
- Society of St. Vincent de Paul, receiving $5,000 to support their medical clinic.
- Society of St. Vincent de Paul, receiving $75,400 to continue the Family Diabetes Program.
- Sojourner Center, receiving $20,100 to conduct a self-assessment/quality improvement score.
- Southwest Institute on Aging, receiving $10,000 to cover start-up funding.
- Southwest Leadership Foundation, receiving $28,850 to market Healthcares program.
- Special Olympics, receiving $5,000 to provide operating support.
- Luke’s Behavioral Health Assistance Group, receiving $5,000 to provide patient education and outreach.
- Survivors on Our Own, receiving $5,000 to support programming.
- Teach for America, receiving $5,000 to support Phoenix TFA.
- Teen Lifeline, Inc., receiving $39,000 to implement a fund development plan.
- Teen Outreach Academy, receiving $10,000 to develop infrastructure.
- Tempe Meals on Wheels, receiving $4,000 to develop infrastructure.
- The Arizona Adolescent Health Coalition, receiving $3,685 to support a conference on adolescent health issues.
- The Arizona Nurses Association, receiving $68,000 to continue advocacy and education activities.
- The Community Forum on behalf of the Arizona Association of Nonprofits, receiving $25,000 to create a statewide association.
- The Neighborhood Clinic, receiving $5,000 to provide support for operations.
- The Wellcare Foundation, receiving $8,500 to build organizational capacity.
- Touchstone Community, Inc., receiving $105,000 to develop a multidimensional treatment foster care model.
- UCP of Central Arizona, receiving $21,000 to train home and community-based care providers.
- University of Arizona (Arizona Hispanic Center of Excellence), receiving $213,000 to develop a Spanish-English bilingual medical Interpreters’ training program.
- University of Arizona, receiving $109,129 to develop a standardized system for analyzing data from long term care facilities.
- West Valley Child Crisis Center, Inc., receiving $40,000 to train paraprofessionals.
Medical Assistance Program Grants
Following is a listing of Medical Assistance Program grants approved by St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ Board of Trustees in 2001:
|Alhambra School District||$30,000|
|Area Agency on Aging||$59,800|
|Arizona Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired||$81,650|
|ASU Community Clinic||$25,000|
|Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix||$20,000|
|Community Hearing Aid Program||$30,000|
|Foundation for Blind Children||$25,000|
|John C. Lincoln Health Foundation||$15,000|
|Maricopa Pediatric Foundation||$2,000|
|Mesa Senior Services||$7,000|
|Mission of Mercy||$20,000|
|Phoenix Union High School District||$7,000|
|St. Vincent de Paul||$128,000|