|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!)
Promote access to healthcare by accompanying clients to appointments, advocating for clients who are accessing healthcare, providing communication facilitation (e.g. interpreters) to promote access to services and information, helping clients apply for Medicaid and Medicare, and educating deaf/hard of hearing/deafblind individuals about healthcare options and self-advocacy.
|177 deaf/hard of hearing/deafblind persons living in Prince William County and North Stafford County||$43,475
|Greater Prince William Community Health Center|
Integrated and Coordinated Health Care Home
The delivery of affordable and quality care across the service area. The Center provides a wide range of services under one roof and serves all – regardless of age, income, or insurance status.
|7,900 unduplicated patients; 4,855 lowincome, uninsured residents seeking medical care||$187,932
|Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic|
General Operating Funds
Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic provides a wide range of health care services and puts particular emphasis on prevention and individual patient education, as well as providing early interventions, to prevent and/or treat illness and disease.
|250 unduplicated low income, uninsured adults who reside in N. Stafford||$177,226
|Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons|
Hearing, Education, Access and Resources – Prince William County (HEAR – PWC)
HEAR-PWC will educate seniors (ages 55-100+) and their families about hearing assistive technologies and effective communication strategies, increasing their access to services and socialization – providing greater access in medical settings, where special instructions need to be understood.
|190 seniors, ages 55 100+, their families, caregivers, and Activities Directors will participate in educational programs||$15,000
|NOVA Scripts Central, Inc.|
Prescription Medications for the Low-income Uninsured
Children and adults, seen for health care at existing or new partner organizations, and who are at or below 200% FPL, have no insurance and live in the Foundation’s catchment area will receive prescriptions from NOVA Scripts Central (NSC)
|1,500 unduplicated qualified patients||$229,424
|Pediatric Primary Care Project|
Funds will support a bilingual case manager for the purpose of providing clinical oversight and parent education
|420 children (under 18 years) who are uninsured, low income (under 200% of poverty) and chronically ill.||$33,100
|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.
|10,000 uninsured residents of Prince William County that meet 125% of the state poverty guidelines.||$130,970
The Mane Experience
Provide access to students with Autism, intellectual/cognitive and physical disabilities to experience the benefits to equine assisted activities for the medically underserved.
|63 students with special needs who attend Forest Park and Hylton High Schools.||$65,038
Medication Access for the Uninsured
Provide prescription medication for low-income (200% FPL or less), uninsured Virginian’s by connecting free clinics directly to pharmaceutical manufacturers donating medication in bulk.
|900 low-income (200% or less of the FPL), uninsured individuals seeking services from Affiliates in the PHF service area.||$20,000
|Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center|
Every Baby, Every Time!
Assist low income, uninsured and underinsured high-risk pregnant women to receive quality, affordable prenatal care
|35 uninsured pregnant women in Eastern Prince William County and North Stafford.||$106,837
|Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center|
Family Health Connection Mobile Vans
Family Health Connections mobile clinics increase accessibility by traveling to different sites in the local community where people can reach them easily. Form many people without transportation, the health vans locations are within walking distance.
|1,100 uninsured and under-served low income population of North Stafford and Eastern Prince William County.||$195,748
|Youth for Tomorrow|
Crisis Intervention Counseling Program
A community-based Crisis Intervention program to strengthen access to mental health services for medically uninsured/underinsured, and underserved residents. Crisis Intervention Counseling is a short-term strategy (lasting from one day to two months) providing support and problem-solving to help clients change behavior patterns or problematic thinking.
|135 children ages 5 through 21 in the PHF service will complete case management and treatment plans.||$140,575
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