Erie Family Health Center

Adolescent Health Network

Erie Family Health Center received $40,000 from the VNA Foundation to support our Adolescent Health Network, including Erie Amundsen School-Based Health Center, Erie Lake View School-Based Health Center, Erie Clemente Wildcats Student Health Center, and Erie Teen Health Center.

Amount awarded: $40,000.00
Award date: March 12, 2015

North Side Housing & Supportive Services

Integrative Health Care Program

The Integrative Health Care Program at North Side Housing provides physical and mental health care for clients who are homeless or formerly homeless. The requested grant is for our nurse practitioner, who provides physical health care services to clients at our on-site clinic as well as through visits to clients in our supportive housing programs.

Amount awarded: $40,000.00
Award date: March 12, 2015

Well Child Center

Providing Oral Health Care

Well Child Center seeks the partnership of the VNA Foundation to cover operating expenses so that we can serve additional children in need of dental care in our service area. We need your support in our fight against dental caries which strikes our community’s most vulnerable children, leading to more than 120 systemic diseases.

Amount awarded: $30,000.00
Award date: March 12, 2015

PCC Community Wellness Center

Care Coordination Program

PCC will enhance our care coordination, adding a Clinical Care Manager who will collaborate with PCC’s care coordination team and providers as well as external agencies to ensure high-risk patients receive the appropriate support needed to achieve better health outcomes, specifically, a reduced hospital readmission rate.

Amount awarded: $70,000.00
Award date: March 12, 2015

Loyola University Chicago

Nurse Managed School-Based Health Center

The Loyola University Chicago Nurse Managed School Based Health Center (SBHC) at Proviso East High School (PEHS) serves over 1,700 low-income students by providing them with access to primary health care, mental health services, and health-promoting initiatives in the effort to keep students healthy and able to reach their full potential.

Amount awarded: $70,000.00
Award date: March 12, 2015