Summary 14C Continuation Grants – 2014

Agency LogoProgram DescriptionTarget BeneficiariesGrant Award
MCCPLOGOMedical Care for Children Partnership Foundation
Project Pearly Whites – Lorton
Children see a dentist every six months, providing any support necessary.
Distribution of oral health materials in five languages will continue. This material
goes to MCCP families as well as our community partners.
Children who reside in 22079,
without access to affordable
private or public health
insurance, live in families
with incomes up to 250%
FPL, and are birth to age 19
are eligible.
nueva-vida logoNueva Vida
Reducing Fragmentation and improving continuity of care across the breast cancer

To mitigate the impact of breast cancer through direct cancer screenings, diagnosis,
treatment, and case management. In partnership with partner organizations (Sentara,
Virginia Department of Health, Prince William Hospital, El Salvador Consulate, and
free clinics), a culturally competent bilingual navigator will provide education and
services on breast health/cancer to 300 Latinos and their families.
NV’s clients are low-income,
medically underserved, ages
between 18 and 83. About 78% are
uninsured, 70% do not speak any
English, and most are zerogeneration
Approximately, 87% live below the
100% poverty line, and the majority
of the rest fall between 100 and
200%. We aim to serve 300 Latinas
in the target areas: Woodbridge
22191, Dumfries 22026, Triangle
22172, Quantico 22134, Dumfries
22025, Manassas 20112, Dale City
22193, Lake Ridge 22192.
PrinceWilliamCountySchoolsPrince William County Schools
Human Trafficking Prevention, Identification, and Referral
The project focuses on prevention of the physical/emotional trauma of human
trafficking to mitigate serious health issues. Through the comprehensive education/
prevention initiative, identified youth will receive coordinated care for health,
counseling, and psychiatric consultation from supportive community organizations.
Approximately 4,000 staff
(support personnel,
administrators, teachers) and
approximately 2,800 ninth
graders at six high schools in the
PHF zip codes will participate in
trafficking awareness and
identification sessions that
include strategies for prevention.
The general population will be
exposed to awareness materials
posted throughout the affected
zip code areas.

Prince William Health District
BEAT Cancer Breast Education Awareness & Treatment
BEAT_CA will focus on breast cancer mortality prevention. The approach will be
two pronged: develop a community breast cancer coalition to determine gaps in care,
and institute a patient navigator program both pre and post breast cancer diagnosis.
Funds will be used to develop culturally sensitive programs to increase breast cancer
detection and survival among women in the Potomac Health Foundation service area
within the Prince William Health District.
The coalition will have a broad
focus on the issue of breast
cancer in the community.
However, because African
American women have a higher
breast cancer mortality rate and a
more advanced stage of cancer at
diagnosis, the initial patient
navigator program pilot will
focus on 5,117 African American
women 18 years of age and older
living in the Dumfries and
Triangle areas.
Rappahannock Area Agency LogoRappahannock Area Agency on Aging
The RAAA Aquia Garrisonville Healthcare Project
This project will provide prevention information in group training sessions and will
increase access to needed medical care and health benefits through one-on-one
counseling. These services will be made accessible to individuals by being held
within collaborative organizations, or transportation could be provided to our office.
Specially trained Counselors (staff and volunteer) will provide the services.
Individuals who are
underserved/members of
racial or ethnic
minorities/individuals with
disabilities, with a
concentration on those who
are age 60 and above. There
will be a specialized focus on
individuals who are Hispanic
or Latino.
Streetlight CommunityStreetlight Community Outreach Ministries
Permanent Supported Housing & Respite Care for Medically Fragile Homeless

StreetLight plans to reduce preventable illness and disease among medically
vulnerable homeless persons, thus decreasing hospital re-admissions and reducing
health care costs. StreetLight will accomplish this goal by offering permanent
housing to homeless adults with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, cancer and heart
disease. We will also provide housing, care transition and coordination for homeless
discharged patients who do not meet hospital impatient criteria, but are too ill to be
on the streets.
StreetLight will serve up to four
homeless adults who are medically
vulnerable due to chronic health
conditions. Transitional respite care
will be provided to up to 20
homeless adults annually who are
discharged from hospitals yet still
too ill to live on the streets. We will
serve homeless clients living in areas
of Prince William County.
Change in ActionChange in Action
Behavioral Management for Healthy Relationships
Individual neurofeedback therapy and group anger management counseling so that
families become aware of and incrementally identify anger both emotionally and
physiologically and learn the skills necessary to handle their anger and stress
appropriately. Behavioral management training for family members to increase
life/social skills that will increase protective factors and decrease risk factors within
the home environment and will enhance healthy child physical and emotional
Change in Action is targeting
adults, teens and youth ages
5-12 who have an issue with
GreaterPrinceWilliamCommunityHealthCenterGreater Prince William Community Health Center
Expanding Access to Dental Services in Prince William County
Affordable access for the uninsured to dental services is very limited in the
Foundation’s service area. This funding will allow low income, uninsured families
access to low cost root canal and crown services. Nearly 10% of our patients (250)
in 2011 did not have access to these services given the Center did not have the
equipment, supplies, laboratory support, provider training, or patient fee subsidy in
place to perform this work on-site.
The Center's integrated and coordinated care service delivery model will facilitate
our dental patient's access to primary, behavioral, and dental services as well, i.e., all
services are under one roof. Our Medicaid eligibility/ renewal staff will foster the
sustainability of this access as we convert self-pay patients to Medicaid patients.
The target patient population
includes approximately 130
medically underserved
patients that reside in the
service area during the grant
MCCPMedical Care for Children Partnership Foundation
Medical Care for Children’s Partnership Foundation
This program is designed to provide access to health care for children in low-income
families who do not qualify for any public or private insurance. Outreach is a major
part of the project. Information will be disseminated throughout zip code 22079
through schools, child care centers, Head Start, other non-profits, businesses in the
area such as food markets, hair salons, etc. Media outreach will be a component of
the program.
Children who reside in 22079,
who do not have access to
affordable private or public
health insurance, live in
families with incomes up to
250% FPL, and are birth to
age 19 are eligible.
PRTCPotomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission
Transportation Voucher Program to Facilitate access to health care needs
The program is designed to ease/eliminate mobility/transportation challenges
confronting older Americans, people with disabilities and low income households
residing in the Potomac Health Foundation’s designated zip codes within Prince
William County by providing transportation for medical-related trips though a
transportation voucher program.
The targeted population is
residents within the Potomac
Health Foundation's specified
zip codes within Prince
William County qualifying
for age, disability, or income
reasons. The “age” criterion
is 80+ years, the “disability”
criterion is as defined by the
American Disabilities Act
(ADA) and the “income” cap
is 1.9 times the federally defined
“poverty” income
Prince William County Department of Social ServicesPrince William County Department of Social Services
Case Coordinator for Health and Supporting Services: Access for the most
vulnerable homeless adults

Case Coordinator position at the Drop-In Center (a partnership between DSS and the
Cooperative Council of Ministries (CCOM)) to provide access to healthcare services
and reduce the incidence of preventable illnesses. This position will support
homeless individuals in accessing healthcare and other supportive services.
The target population is
homeless adult individuals
living in campsites or other
transient settings in Eastern
Greater Prince William that
visit the Drop-In Center year
PrinceWilliamCountySchoolsPrince William County Schools
Prince William County School of Practical Nursing
A world-class human patient simulation laboratory enables graduating nursing
students to increase their skills' proficiency and limit the amount of orientation hours
needed to train new nurses. Having competent graduating students in the workforce
will help decrease the nursing shortage. Decreasing the nursing shortage will allow
for increased competent nurses taking care of patients in the Potomac Health
Foundation catchment area.
Student population is variable
from year to year. The
majority of students live
throughout the county and the
surrounding areas.
Demographics are consistent
with the Potomac Health
Foundation service area.
PMAH logoProject Mend-A-House
Preventing Falls for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities
Project Mend-A-House's program will prevent falls from occurring and/or
reoccurring by providing safety and fall risk education; offering fall risk assessment
screenings to seniors; providing medical alert devices to seniors, and other at-risk
clients; installing daily assistive living safety equipment; and completing in-home
safety assessments, home repairs and modifications so that residents are safer and
can live more independently in their own homes. Repairs will be completed free of
charge for low-income clients.
Project Mend-A-House
(PMAH) will target eastern
Prince William area residents
that are at risk for falls and
people who want to remain
healthy and prevent falls. This
includes people who are
aging, physically disabled,
experience vision problems or
on medication that decreases
stability. PMAH will provide
free home repair for persons
earning 50% or less of the
area median income.
Families above this threshold
may receive safety
modifications at reduced
sentara-logoSentara Healthcare
Family Health Connection Outreach Worker
Uninsured low income patients without a medical home are frequently discharged
from the hospital and emergency room to follow-up with providers for whom they are
unable to pay. Many times, follow-up is not done and patients return to the hospital's
emergency room for readmission for the same problem or for another problem. The
outreach coordinator will help assist these patients to find a medical home.
The target population are the
uninsured, low income
patients who are seen in
Sentara NVMC's emergency
room and those admitted to
the hospital. They must
reside in eastern Prince
William and Stafford
sentara-logoSentara Healthcare
Sentara Potomac Women’s Health Mammovan
The program will work to improve screening mammography rates, decrease breast
cancer mortality rates & improve breast cancer local staging rates in Prince William
We intend to provide
screening mammograms to
women in our primary service
area, as well as provide
follow up breast care to a
minimum of 25 women (3.5%
of screening population) as
identified by the Prince
William Area Free Clinic.
House_splash_white_largeThe House, Inc Student Leadership Center
The House, Inc.’s Empowerment Center
It is widely accepted that the financial cost of crisis intervention and treatments
services are enormous, yet the cost to families is even greater. The most significant
opportunity we have to impact these costs are family support programs that
emphasize prevention through the EmpowerMEnt Center. We are likely to have
'payback curves' that extend over a long period of time with the much savings
occurring in the student reaches a non-violent adulthood.
The EmpowerMEnt Center
will provide services to
families within the Potomac
Health Foundation’s Prince
William County service area.
The EmpowerMEnt Center
targets approximately 485
individuals, in grades 4-12, to
provide intensive services
with an additional 1,940
YouthForTomorrowYouth for Tomorrow
YFT Diagnostic and Assessment Center
Our primary objective is to provide children, youth and families in Eastern Prince
William County, Virginia access to diagnostic and assessment services, including
early recognition for mental health disorders, risk assessments, chronic illness
supports, medication management, and treatment planning, which ensures a higher
quality of life and overall well-being of clients receiving services.
The YFT Diagnostic and
Assessment Services will
provide services to children
ages 3 - 21 whose
intellectual, emotional, social,
behavioral, and/or personality
functioning are in question.
The targeted population to
receive these services fall
within the PHF catchment
area, regardless of insurance
GRIT LogoGang Response Intervention Team
Gang Prevention and Intervention Health Support Services
The target population are
youth and young adults who
are gang members or human
trafficking victims, or who are
at risk of such activities.
ACTSActions in Community Through Service
ACTS Supportive After Care Wellness Program
The program will provide access to primary health care for medically underserved
residents in the emergency shelters that are operated by ACTS. ACTS will actively
engage clients to educate them about the medical opportunities that exist and are
affordable to its clients. ACTS staff will encourage clients to consult medical
professionals for exams and preventative care recommendations.
The target population will be
400 individuals that access
our housing services that were
homeless in the PHF service