The Healthcare & Nursing Education Foundation (HNEF) Community Healthcare Grants program provides direct financial assistance to qualified organizations dedicated to improving healthcare in the greater Houston community. Specifically, the grants program targets support for the care of individuals in under served areas of the community and/or under served populations, and for the creation of new models for the delivery of healthcare.
The Foundation has chosen mental health issues as its funding priority for 2021 with an emphasis on child and adolescent mental health issues through education, identification/screening and treatment.
The Healthcare & Nursing Education Foundation is no longer accepting applications for their YR2020 HNEF Community Healthcare Grant.
The Foundation will begin accepting applications for the YR2021 grants in June 2020.
2019 Grant Awarded
|BakerRipley||Toward an Urban Farm, a Community Food Program and Commit To Be Fit. These programs compliment the health screenings and education provided onsite by their partners, as well as exercise programs.||$50,000|
|Chinese Community Center||Program that includes physical exercise, nutrition education activities, and cooking classes for school-age children and informational workshops for parents.||$50,000|
|El Centro||Program providing nutritional meal planning and dietary guidance, workshops for participants and family members to learn about nutrition labels, food safety, and related topics. Children receive ongoing intervention, preventive screening, weight assessment and counseling for nutrition and physical activity.||$50,000|
|Northwest Assistance Ministries||Healthy Living program to address the needs of patients struggling with childhood obesity. Current programming includes both the patient and at least one parent or guardian participating in a four week curriculum of healthy eating and exercise with case management services that include follow-up and referrals. Classes are presented in both English and Spanish.||$50,000|
|San Jose Clinic||Program to prevent obesity, diabetes, and other related chronic illnesses. Two tracks are designed for patients: Diabetes Prevention Track, centered on healthy lifestyle habits and Diabetes Management Track, which focuses on monitoring HgbA1c, nutrition & exercise.||$50,000|
|Boys and Girls Club||Comprehensive Triple Play Initiative, which nurtures the minds, bodies, and souls of club members.||$40,000|
|El Centro de Corazon||To improve obesity-related health outcomes of underserved children and adults by providing the medical care, health education, nutritional support, and weight management structure needed to prevent and mange obesity and related diseases such as Type 2 diabetes.||$50,000|
|Healthcare for the Homeless||Healthy & Whole Program, which utilizes case managers to connect with jail detainees who are mentally ill and homeless and connect them with essential healthcare and wrap around support services immediately upon release.||$10,000|
|Texas Children’s Hospital||On the Weigh Program, which uses experienced specialists from Texas Children’s Hospital to deliver a family-based group weight management program. The team works with children and their parents to address the psychological and practical issues associated with childhood obesity.||$50,000|
|Northwest Assistance Ministries||Health Living Program, to help 4-18 year olds who are overweight make healthier food choices and increase physical activity in order to reach or maintain a healthy weight.||$50,000|
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