Courage F.U.N. Project

Prince William Soccer was awarded a Howard L. Greenhouse large grant to expand their “Soccer for Success” program to two more sites.  This program gets kids active three days a week and integrates a healthy lifestyle element to the curriculum.  The program targets
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2014 Grantees Announced

On June 4, 2014 The Potomac Health Foundation awarded $640,581.50 to 8 new grantees. • American Heart Association for CPR Anytime. Their goal is to train 10,500 people in hands only CPR. • ASPIRA Association, Inc. to promote health and wellness by empowering Latino youth and
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George Mason Sports Concussion Project

The ACHIEVES program created by George Mason University sought to improve healthcare for student athletes in Prince William County Schools. All the high schools and middle schools received educational seminars and improvement of their electronic medical record keeping system.
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Dumfries Midwifery

Access to maternal health services has been a persistent problem in Prince William County, especially for women who are uninsured, underinsured or Medicaid eligible. While there has been a significant reduction in the percentage of women presenting to Sentara Northern Virginia
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Lessons from Sesame Street

At a recent national health conference we were asked – who is your favorite Sesame Street muppet? The answers varied, but most everyone had a favorite and the room grew animated as we shared our answers with one another. For generations children have been learning
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