St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ 2004 grants are:
- T. Still University of Health Sciences, receiving $10,000 to build organizational capacity.
- American Heart Association, receiving $15,100 to launch the “Barbershop Hypertension” pilot program.
- Area Agency on Aging, Region I, receiving $6,135 to train family caregivers.
- Arizona Foundation for Human Services Providers, receiving $50,000 to develop a statewide training system for health and human services providers.
- Arizona Foundation for Human Services Providers (serving as Fiscal Agent for PAFCO – Protecting Arizona’s Family Coalition), receiving $9,970 to develop PAFCO website.
- Arizona Friends of Foster Children, receiving $2,500 to support medical and dental services.
- Arizona Health Care Foundation, receiving $15,000 to develop a feasibility plan.
- Arizona Kidney Foundation, receiving $5,000 to support operations.
- Arizona Medical Association, receiving $16,040 to develop a statewide plan for adolescent access to health care.
- Arizona Medical Association, receiving $5,000 to develop their website.
- Arizona Perinatal Trust, receiving $25,000 to develop an interactive website.
- Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped, receiving $7,500 to support the “Health Education and Prevention” program.
- Asian Pacific Community In Action, receiving $21,480 to develop a strategic plan.
- Assistance League of Phoenix, receiving $5,000 to support their capital campaign.
- ASU Community Health Center, receiving $17,500 to support the medical clinic.
- Central Arizona Shelter Services, Inc., receiving $17,611 to purchase new dental software and computers.
- CHC Collaborative Ventures, Inc., receiving $35,000 to support tele-health videoconferencing.
- Chicanos por la Causa, receiving $1,000 to support the “Children’s Immunization and Wellness” program at De Colores.
- Children and Family Alliance, receiving $5,000 to support the “Alliance and Professional Training and Coordination” project.
- City of Page, receiving $5,000 to support the “Page Partnership for People with Special Needs”.
- Community C.A.R.E. Connections, receiving $18,700 to develop a financial sustainability plan.
- Consumers Athletic Project (CAP), receiving $11,911 to further develop CAP.
- Crisis Nursery, receiving $2,000 to support program operations.
- Extended Hands Food Bank, receiving $32,000 to fund acquisition of existing food bank.
- FIBCO Family Services, receiving $6,500 to develop the board and plan strategically.
- Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona, receiving $25,000 to build internal capacity.
- Gabriel’s Angels – Pets Helping Kids, receiving $6,000 to design and development an evaluation process.
- Grantmakers in Health, receiving $6,375 to provide annual support.
- Greater Phoenix Chapter-Autistic Society of America, receiving $5,000 to support programs.
- Greater Phoenix Youth At Risk, receiving $10,000 to expand fund development capacity.
- Hon Kachina Council, receiving $210,000 to support the Hon Kachina Volunteer Award.
- Hospice of the Valley, receiving $30,000 to develop a business plan.
- Huntington’s Disease Society of America, receiving $2,000 to purchase a computer system and software.
- Institute for Mental Health Research, receiving $14,300 to expand website capabilities.
- John C. Lincoln Foundation, receiving $3,000 to support the Keystone Campaign.
- John C. Lincoln Health Network, receiving $25,000 to conduct a community health assessment in North Phoenix.
- Maricopa Health Foundation, receiving $7,950 to implement the Mobile Patient Education System.
- Maricopa Health Foundation, receiving $8,000 to develop a fundraising plan.
- Mental Health Advocates Coalition of Arizona, receiving $50,000 to build organizational capacity.
- Mental Health Association of Arizona, receiving $25,000 to support outreach efforts.
- Mentally Ill Kids in Distress, receiving $9,766 to support the ‘Grandparent Resource” program.
- Mission of Mercy, receiving $15,000 to fund the medical clinic.
- National Corporation for Substance (and Gambling) Abuse Recovery, receiving $15,000 to train professional counselors.
- Paralyzed Veterans of America (Arizona Chapter), receiving $12,500 to implement the Model Volunteer Liaison Office.
- Partnership for a Drug-Free America, receiving $12,000 to develop and implement an on-line fundraising program.
- Pediatric Foundation of Arizona, Inc., receiving $78,935 to launch the Pediatrics Quality Initiative.
- Pediatric Foundation, receiving $5,000 to assist with vision services for children.
- Phoenix Children’s Hospital, receiving $15,000 to purchase equipment for Crews’N Healthmobile.
- Phoenix Developing Families, receiving $20,000 to fund bridge development.
- Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona, receiving $40,000 to implement a Hispanic outreach program.
- Safe Haven, Inc., receiving $6,300 to support a Behavioral Health Counseling Program.
- Society of St. Vincent de Paul, receiving $21,500 to support the Free Medical Clinic.
- Society of St. Vincent de Paul, receiving $2,500 to support the Primary Care Clinic.
- Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, receiving $9,000 to develop a fundraising and marketing plan.
- Southwest Human Development, receiving $10,000 to develop a marketing plan.
- Steele Memorial Children’s Research Center, receiving $5,000 to fund a collaborative research effort.
- Tempe Community Action Agency, receiving $5,000 to support children’s programs.
- Tempe South Rotary Foundation, receiving $5,000 to fund a matching grant for Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix and Las Fuentes Clinic.
- Tempe South Rotary Foundation, receiving $5,000 to support for Las Fuentes Clinic and Centers for Habilitation.
- The Amblyopia Foundation of America, Inc., receiving $7,500 to assist the collaborative effort in providing statewide vision screening.
- The Amblyopia Foundation, receiving $2,500 to support medical assistance and services.
- The Governors, receiving $30,000 to provide yearly administrative support.
- The Neighborhood Christian Clinic, Inc., receiving $14,850 to develop a volunteer recruitment plan.
- The Scottsdale Parkinson Disease Caregivers Group$1,000 to support organizational development.
- The Tempe Community Action Agency, receiving $5,000 to provide organizational support.
- The Wellness Community, receiving $500 to provide program support.
- The WHEEL Council, receiving $22,000 to develop computer lab and online teen magazine.
- United Ostomy Association – Arizona Chapter, receiving $2,500 to provide education outreach to Spanish ostomates.
- University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, receiving $6,200 to conduct a needs assessment.
- University of Arizona’s Valley Fever Center for Excellence, receiving $8,220 to develop the board and a strategic plan.
- Valle del Sol, receiving $1,000 to assist the Rosa Carrillo-Torres Memorial Fund
- Valle del Sol, receiving $25,000 to create a development plan.
- Valley of the Sun School and Habilitation Center, receiving $5,000 to support employee direct care training and leadership development.
- Valley of the Sun YMCA – Chris Town Office, receiving $5,000 to assist the Strong Kids Campaign.
- Wesley Community Center, receiving $9,941 to build organizational capacity.
- Wickenburg Healthcare Alliance, receiving $5,000 to plan and implement a health care outreach project.
- William E. Morris Institute for Justice, receiving $4,675 to fund a development plan.
- Wisdom to Go, receiving $24,000 to support a youth enrichment project.
Medical Assistance Program Archives
Following is a listing of Medical Assistance Program grants approved by St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ Board of Trustees in 2004:
|Alhambra School District||$23,100|
|Area Agency on Aging||$49,745|
|Arizona Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired||$62,870|
|Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix||$20,000|
|Community Hearing Aid Program||$23,000|
|Foundation for Blind Children||$19,250|
|John C. Lincoln Health Foundation||$15,000|
|Maricopa Pediatric Foundation||$1,000|
|Mesa Senior Services||$7,000|
|National Council on Alcohol & Drug Dependence||$30,800|
|Pediatric Foundation of Arizona||$7,700|
|Phoenix Union High School District||$4,000|
|St. Vincent de Paul||$75,235|