|Agency Logo||Program Description||Target Beneficiaries||Grant Award|
|Employment Solutions for Deaf and Hard of Hearing*|
Providing Access to Healthcare for the Deaf Community (PAH!)
The Providing Access to Healthcare (PAH) program of Employment Solutions is proposing education and healthcare accompaniment services to overcome barriers to healthcare for those residing in the Foundation service area.
|62 deaf persons living in Prince William County and North Stafford County.||$35,338
|Greater Prince William Community Health Center|
Integrated and Coordinated Health Care Home
Potomac Health Foundation funds will be used to help the Center meet the increasing demand for services and expand use of technology to promote quality care and provide patients access to their records.
|11,000 uninsured or low or moderate income residents seeking medical care.||$250,576
|Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic|
General Operating Funds
It is the goal of the Moss Free Clinic to provide free of charge, nondiscriminatory, quality health care services to the low income, uninsured residents of Virginia’s Planning District 16 through the prevention and/or treatment of illness and disease with medical care, dental care, prescription assistance and patient education. All activities will be ongoing through the grant’s entire life cycle.
|219 low income, uninsured adults who do not qualify for Medicaid or Medicare, and have a household income of less than 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.||$195,107
|NVRC Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons|
Hearing, Education, Access and Resources – Prince William County (HEAR – PWC)
The target population for HEAR-PWC will be the County’s seniors (ages 55-100+) struggling with hearing loss, their families and caregivers. Participants will learn useful, basic communication strategies to enable seniors with hearing loss to feel more incorporated into the social structure, and less apprehensive about expressing their needs.
|200 low income seniors, ages 55-100+, in Manassas and Woodbridge. 50 senior caregivers, staffs, family members.||$25,000
|NOVA Scripts Central, Inc.|
Prescription Medications for the Low-income Uninsured
A general operating support grant to cover expenses such as; salaries, generic medication purchasing, dispensing, and shipping supplies, UPS shipping costs and pharmacy operation costs. NSC’s nonprofit pharmacy dispenses prescriptions from a formulary of over 350 different medications and ships them to income-qualified patients at safety-net clinic partners.
|1,860 residents of the area of focus who are uninsured and at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.||$197,903
|Pediatric Primary Care Project|
This project targets uninsured children living in Prince William County and Northern Stafford, under 18 years of age that are not eligible for Medicaid or FAMIS, or have no other medical insurance. Funds will support a bilingual case manager for the purpose of providing clinical oversight and parent education.
|750 children (under 18 years) who are uninsured, low income (under 200% of poverty) and chronically ill.||$30,000
|Phoenix Family Counseling & Play Therapy Center|
Family Life Program
The Family Life Program aims to decrease symptoms of trauma, depression and anxiety for clients, as well as increase professional clinical skills in staff of three non-profit organizations being served. The training, consultation and supervision services to staff and volunteers will allow them to utilize these skills long after the end of the grant cycle.
|258 individuals will increase accessibility to mental health services and support in eastern Prince William County (PWC).||$252,020
|Prince William Area Free Clinic|
Medication Access Case Management
Prince William Area Free Clinic (PWAFC) funding will be used for a pharmacy technician to operate as a medication case manager and to off-set medication costs when not covered under other formularies, during gap periods, or when clients cannot pay.
|3,006 uninsured residents of Prince William County that meet 125% of the state poverty guidelines.||$138,900
The Mane Experience
Extend equine therapy services to special education students with Autism and/or intellectual/cognitive, physical and behavioral/social disabilities attending Forest Park High School.
|63 students with special needs who attend FPHS.||$69,130
Medication Access for the Uninsured
A general operating support grant to continue the work of supporting free clinics and community health centers by free medication to low-income, uninsured residents in the community through bulk delivery. Rx Partnership will increase the value of the program by adding new medications from current and potential pharmaceutical partners.
|2,500+ low-income (200% or less of the FPL), uninsured individuals seeking services from Affiliates in the PHF service area.||$25,000
|Sentara Potomac Hospital|
Every Baby, Every Time!
Uninsured pregnant women will enter into prenatal care in the first trimester of pregnancy as a result of advertising and navigator efforts. This will be reflected in a decrease in the number of patients presenting to the Sentara Potomac Hospital emergency room in labor with no prenatal care.
|127 uninsured pregnant women in Eastern Prince William County and North Stafford.||$85,000
|Sentara Potomac Hospital|
Family Health Connection Mobile Vans
The goal of Family Health Connection is to improve the health of area residents by improving access to primary care, placing them in a ‘Medical Home” and thereby decreasing unnecessary emergency room visits.
|1,447 uninsured and under-served low income population of North Stafford and Eastern Prince William County.||$210,000
|Sentara Potomac Hospital|
Potomac Women’s Health Mammovan
Improved access to mammography screening services through the use of a mobile mammography van and linking patients with necessary follow up diagnosis and treatment services. Additionally, the mammography van’s exam room will be utilized for a variety of women’s health purposes, including well women exams, health education and counseling, pregnancy tests, etc.
|2,700 low income (i.e., below 200% Federal Poverty Level) and uninsured women in the Potomac Health Foundation Service area.||$725,000
|The Arc of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT, Inc|
The Arc’s Capital Building Expansion
Contribution toward a capital campaign, for a 13,800 square foot addition to be built at the Muriel Humphrey Center in Dale City and renovation of current space. The child care center will provide additional access for children with complex needs that cannot be met through other community resources, such as commercial child care centers. Children on the autism spectrum will receive developmental services and children with medical concerns will be monitored by skilled nursing and support medical staff.
|4,500 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families who reside in the eastern Prince William County area.||$1,000,000
|Youth for Tomorrow|
Crisis Intervention Counseling Program
The development and implementation of a community-based Crisis Intervention program run by Youth for Tomorrow (YFT) clinical staff. The services will target children, who following an initial assessment, are in crisis due to symptoms of anxiety, depression, disruptive behaviors, poor communication and social skills, difficulties with self-care, attention problems, as well as deficiencies in family functioning.
|135 children ages 10 through 21 in the targeted areas of: Dale City, Dumfries, Lake Ridge, Manassas, Quantico, Triangle, and Woodbridge.||$240,920
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