Grants Awarded

Grants Awarded2020-03-25T11:30:25+00:00

Since 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded over $14 million in funding to organizations committed to the health and well-being of WV’s children and their families.

Lincoln Primary Care Center, Inc.
$25,000.00
Funds were used for capital costs related to the construction of a school-based health center in the new Lincoln County Consolidated High School.

Marshall University – University Physicians & Surgeons
$102,867.00
Funds were used to support the Technical Assistance and Evaluation Unit of the Family and Community Health Center of the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine in order to expand its capacity to evaluate, assist, and guide West Virginia’s school-based health centers.

Marshall University Research Corporation
$10,000.00
Funds were used to conduct a study for the comparative evaluation of available tele-health technologies that might be deployed by school-based health centers in West Virginia.

Parkersburg Area Community Foundation
$100,000.00
Funds were used to establish the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation School-Based Health Fund. The income from this fund will serve as a resource to help meet the cost of special projects, public education, fund raising, and emergency needs of school-based health centers in West Virginia.

Rainelle Medical Center
$10,000.00
Funds were used to support and strengthen the mental health capacity at the Rainelle Medical Center’s School-Based Health Centers by supplementing the salary and training of the mental health counselor and purchasing additional equipment and supplies.

Marshall County Schools
$12,000.00
Grant monies were used to fund a study to determine the feasibility of establishing a school-based health center in Marshall County that would serve local public and parochial schools.

Cabin Creek Health Center
$50,000.00
Funds were used for the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor at the Riverside High School SBHC.

New River Health Association
$33,452.00
Funds were used to support a school-based mental health wellness and education program at the school-based health centers (wellness centers) operated by the New River Health Association in the elementary, middle, and high schools of Mt. Hope, WV; the grant was used for the salary and benefits of a mental health educator/case manager, travel, equipment and training costs.

Lincoln Primary Care Center, Inc.
$50,000.00
Funds were used for the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor at the Guyan Valley High School’s school-based health center.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00
Funds were used for the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor at the school-based health centers sponsored by Pendleton Community Care.

Summersville Memorial Hospital
$50,000.00
Funds were used for the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor at the Summersville Wellness Center.

Ritchie County Primary Care Association
$50,000.00
Funds were used for the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor servicing the school-based health centers sponsored by the Ritchie County Primary Care Association.

Summersville Memorial Hospital
$50,000.00
Funds were used for the purchase of a double-wide trailer that provided needed space for the Summersville Wellness Center.

Marshall University Physicians & Surgeons
$102,867.00
Funds were used to support the Robert C. Byrd Center for Rural Health in order to expand its capacity to evaluate, assist, and guide West Virginia’s school-based health centers.  In particular, the grant enabled the Technical Assistance Unit to provide effective service to those school-based health centers that initiated mental health services.

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$24,730.00
Funds were used to support the WV School-Based Health Center technical assistance project to provide the information needed to improve financial viability of the centers operating in West Virginia.

Rainelle Medical Center, Inc.
$54,100.00
Funds were used to hire a second mental health counselor to develop and implement a substance abuse/chemical addiction program in the school-based health centers sponsored by Rainelle Medical Center.

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$80,000.00
Funds were used to strengthen the WV School-Based Assembly infrastructure by subsidizing the Co-Executive Director position for the School-Based Health Assembly.

E.A. Hawes Health Center
$60,000.00
Funds were used to subsidize mental health services in the East Hardy school complex.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00
Pendleton Community Care utilized these funds to hire a mental health educator for the school-based mental health programs in North Fork Elementary and Pendleton High Schools to develop and implement programming that intervened at developmental risk points to prevent the complications that could develop into acute and chronic mental health problems.

Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston
$19,455.00
Funds were used to allow the Office of Education of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston to conduct a feasibility study to determine whether school-based health services were needed and feasible in two elementary Catholic schools in Wheeling and Weirton.

Parkersburg Area Community Foundation
$100,000.00
Funds were added to the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation School-Based Health Fund.  The income from this fund will serve as a resource to help meet the cost of special projects, public education, fund raising, and emergency needs of school-based health centers in West Virginia.

Rainelle Medical Center
$10,000.00
Funds were used to support and strengthen the mental health capacity at the school-based health centers sponsored by Rainelle Medical Center. The grant supplemented the salary of the mental health counselor, paid for training costs, and purchased additional equipment and supplies.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00
Funds were used toward salary/benefits of the mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and other associated costs for the school-based mental health program sponsored by Pendleton Community Care.

New River Health Association
$33,452.00
Funds were used to support the school-based mental health wellness and education program at the school-based health centers (wellness centers) operated by the New River Health Association in the elementary, middle, and high schools of Mt. Hope, WV.  Funds were used for associated costs such as personnel, travel, equipment, and training.

In fiscal year 2004-2005, the Foundation disbursed approximately $1,082,000 to the following selected projects:

Cabin Creek Health Center
$50,000.00
This second year grant supports the school-based mental health counselor providing services at Riverside High School.

E.A. Hawes Health Center
$60,000.00
This second year grant supports school-based mental health services (counseling and mental health education) in the East Hardy school complex and in the Moorefield Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

Lincoln Primary Care Center, Inc.
$50,000.00
This second year grant supports the school-based mental health counselor providing services in Guyan Valley High School.

Marshall University Center for Rural Health
$102,867.00
This third year grant supports the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team in expanding its capacity to provide technical support for school-based mental health services and working with state level policy makers to ensure continuing political and financial support for existing school-based health services. The Team also provides continuing education workshops for school-based health centers and individualized on-site technical assistance to school-based health centers.

Monongalia County Victim/Witness Assistance Program
$65,000.00
This first year grant provides funding for the development of the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center, a comprehensive program for children who have been abused or neglected and are involved in the legal system.

New River Health Association
$43,032.00
This second year grant supports a school-based mental health counselor providing services at the Summersville Wellness Center which serves Summersville Junior High and Nicholas County High Schools.

New River Health Association
$33,452.00
This third year grant supports the school-based mental health wellness and education programs in Mt. Hope Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

Parkersburg Area Community Foundation
$100,000.00
This grant is the third contribution to the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation School-Based Health Fund established in 2002 to provide present and future support to the West Virginia School-Based Health Initiative. Total amount given to this Fund by the Foundation is $300,000.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00
This second year grant provides support for the school-based mental health wellness and education programs at North Fork Elementary and Pendleton High Schools.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00
This third year grant supports the school-based mental health counselor providing services at North Fork Elementary and Pendleton High Schools.

Rainelle Medical Center
$10,000.00
This third year grant supplements a $38,000.00 grant RMC receives from the WV Bureau for Behavioral Health to support the mental health counselor providing services in Meadow Bridge Elementary and High Schools as well as in the Western Greenbrier Middle and High Schools. The $10,000 grant is used to strengthen the capacity for the provision of mental health services by funding supportive services.

Rainelle Medical Center
$54,100.00
This second year grant supports an additional school-based mental health counselor and continued development of a substance abuse/chemical addiction program at Meadow Bridge Elementary and High Schools as well as in the Western Greenbrier Middle and High Schools.

Ritchie County Primary Care
$50,000.00
This second year grant supports the school-based mental health counselor providing services in the Ritchie County Middle and High Schools.

Ritchie County Primary Care
$9,000.00
This grant is funding a feasibility study to determine the need for school-based health services in Wood County and the development of a plan for establishing a school-based health center in Jefferson Elementary School.

Wirt County Health Services
$50,000.00
This capital improvement grant was used for the purchase of a modular unit to provide needed space for the Jackson County Schools Wellness Center which provides school-based health services to Ripley Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$155,230.08
This first year grant funds school-based health services for Wheeling Catholic Elementary School (Ohio County) and Weirton St. Paul Elementary School (Hancock County).

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$80,000.00
This second year grant strengthens the WV School-Based Assembly infrastructure by funding the Co-Executive Director position. Major goals include adoption of a strategic plan, formation of working teams, expansion of the WVSBHA Executive Team to include a representative from the Department of Education, undertaking a more aggressive membership campaign, and development of advocacy priorities in connection with the WV Primary Care Association and the National Assembly of School-Based Health Clinics (NASBHC).

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$24,730.00
This second year grant supports a Practice Management Project the goal of which is to improve financial viability of school-based clinics by assessing and making recommendations about billing practices in school-based health centers.

West Virginia University Foundation, Inc.
$45,000.00
This first year grant submitted on behalf of the WV Institute for Health Policy Research is being used to develop a planned and coordinated approach to insure accessible and quality health care for school-age children by funding the first phase of the evaluation of available health services for WV children. This grant also helped to fund the WV Children’s Health Conference in November 2005.

In fiscal year 2005-2006, the Foundation approved approximately $1,023,272 for grant and discretionary funding for the following selected projects:

Cabin Creek Health Center
$50,000.00
This third year grant supports the school-based mental health counselor providing services at Riverside High School.

Center for Rural Health Development, Inc.
$44,826.00
The purpose of this grant is to improve billing/collection policies and procedures used by school-based health centers. Work on this project focuses on two-three SBHC-systems and will be done in collaboration with those working with the National School-Based Health Center practice improvement project.

Clay Primary Care Systems, Inc.
$5,000.00
This first-year grant enables the SBHC team to work collaboratively with the Marshall University Technical Assistance Team to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Clay Elementary School.

E.A. Hawes Health Center
$60,000.00
This third year grant supports school-based mental health services (counseling and mental health education) in the East Hardy school complex and in the Moorefield Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

Lincoln Primary Care Center, Inc.
$50,000.00
This third year grant continues support of the school-based mental health counselor providing services in the Guyan Valley High School.

Marion County Family Resource Network
$15,000.00
This first year grant provides funding to establish the Marion County Child Advocacy Center, a comprehensive program for children who have been abused or neglected and are involved in the legal system.

Marshall University Center for Rural Health
$102,867.00
This fourth year grant supports the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team in expanding its capacity to provide technical support for school-based mental health services and working with state level policy makers to ensure continuing political and financial support for existing school-based health services. The Team also provides continuing education workshops for school-based health centers and individualized on-site technical assistance to school-based health centers.

Monongahela Valley Association of Health Centers, Inc
$5,000.00
This first-year grant enables the SBHC staff to work collaboratively with the Marshall University Technical Assistance Team to develop and test models for the management of overweight adolescents at East Fairmont High School.

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center
$42,500.00
This second year grant provides funding for the ongoing support of the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center, a comprehensive program for children who have been abused or neglected and are involved in the legal system.

New River Health Association
$43,032.00
This third year grant supports a school-based mental health counselor providing services at the Summersville Wellness Center which serves Summersville Junior High and Nicholas County High Schools.

New River Health Association
$32,900.00
This fourth year grant supports the school-based mental health wellness and education programs in Mt. Hope Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

New River Health Association
$5,000.00
This first-year grant enables the SBHC staff to work collaboratively with the Marshall University Technical Assistance Team to develop and test models for the management of overweight children at Mt. Hope Elementary School.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00
This third year grant provides support for the school-based mental health wellness and education programs at North Fork Elementary and Pendleton High Schools.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00
This fourth year grant supports the school-based mental health counselor providing services at North Fork Elementary and Pendleton High Schools.

Rainelle Medical Center
$10,000.00
This fourth year grant supplements a $38,000 grant RMC receives from the WV Bureau for Behavioral Health to support the mental health counselor providing services in Meadow Bridge Elementary and High Schools as well as in the Western Greenbrier Middle and High Schools. The $10,000 grant is used to strengthen the capacity for the provision of mental health services by funding supportive services.

Rainelle Medical Center
$54,100.00
This third year grant supports an additional school-based mental health counselor and continued development of a substance abuse/chemical addiction program at Meadow Bridge Elementary and High Schools as well as in the Western Greenbrier Middle and High Schools.

Ritchie County Primary Care Association, Inc.
$50,000.00
This third-year grant supports the school-based mental health counselor providing services in the Ritchie County Middle and High Schools.

Ritchie County Primary Care Association, Inc.
$25,000.00
This grant provides financial assistance for the creation of a school-based health center at Jefferson Elementary Center in Wood County.

Tug River Health Association, Inc.
$70,000.00
This first year grant provides financial assistance for the creation of a school-based health center at Mount View Middle/High in McDowell County.

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$148,047.21
This second year grant funds ongoing school-based health services for Wheeling Catholic Elementary School (Ohio County) and Weirton St. Paul Elementary School (Hancock County).

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$80,000.00
This third year grant strengthens the WV School-Based Assembly Infrastructure by funding the Co-Executive Director position. Major goals Include adoption of a strategic plan, formation of working teams, expansion of the WVSBHA Executive Team to include a representative from the Department of Education, undertaking a more aggressive membership campaign, and development of advocacy priorities in connection with the WV Primary Care Association and the National Assembly of School Based Health Clinics (NASBHC).

In fiscal year 2006-2007, the Foundation approved approximately $1,059,200 for grant and discretionary funding for the following selected projects:

Belington Community Medical Services Association, Inc.
$11,549.00

The purpose of this grant is to provide funding for capital improvements to the Brandon Wellness Center located in Philip Barbour High School.

Cabin Creek Health Center
$50,000.00

This first year renewal grant supports school-based mental health services at Riverside High School in Kanawha County by subsidizing the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Cabin Creek Health Systems
$5,000.00

This first year grant enables Cabin Creek Health Systems to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Riverside High School in Kanawha County.

Clay Primary Care Systems, Inc.
$5,000.00

This second year grant enables Clay Primary Care Systems to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Clay Elementary School.

E.A. Hawes Health Center
$60,000.00

This first year renewal grant provides support to maintain school-based mental health services by funding therapist and social worker positions in the East Hardy school complex and in the Moorefield Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

Harmony House: Child Advocacy Center
$50,000.00

This grant supports two projects: “Rebuilding Hope and Harmony” which focuses on expanding space for services; and “Childhood Victimization: Now and Beyond” which addresses the need for the continuation of resources for services.

Lincoln Primary Care Center, Inc.
$50,000.00

This third year grant supports the school-based mental health program at Guyan Valley Middle School and Lincoln County High school by funding the salary and benefits of the mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Marshall University – University Physicians & Surgeons
$97,724.00

This second year renewal grant supports the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team in expanding its capacity to provide technical support for school-based mental health services and working with state level policy makers to ensure continuing political and financial support for existing school-based health services. The Team also provides continuing education workshops for school-based health centers and individualized on-site technical assistance to school-based health centers.

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center
$42,500.00

This first year grant provides funding for the ongoing support of the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center, a comprehensive program for children who have been abused or neglected and are involved in the legal system.

New River Health Association
$39,400.00

This first year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health program at Summersville Wellness Center serving Summersville Middle and Nicholas County High Schools by funding the salary and benefits of the mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

New River Health Association
$60,000.00

This grant supports the construction of a school-based health clinic within the new consolidated elementary school in Fayette County, West Virginia.

New River Health Association
$5,000.00

This second year grant enables New River Health Association to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Mt. Hope Elementary School.

New River Health Association
$31,380.00

This second year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health wellness and education program in the elementary, middle, and high schools of Mt. Hope, WV, by subsidizing the salary and benefits of a mental health educator/case manager, travel, equipment, and training costs.

Pendleton Community Care
$47,500.00

This second year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health program at North Fork Elementary School and in the consolidated Middle/High School by funding the salary and benefits of the mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Pendleton Community Care
$50,000.00

This first year renewal grant provides support (salary, benefits, travel, training, and equipment) for a mental health educator to offer behavioral health classes and small group behavior modification training in North Fork Elementary and in the consolidated Middle/High Schools.

Rainelle Medical Center
$54,100.00

This first year renewal grant funds the school-based mental health counselor and continued development of a substance abuse/chemical addiction program at Meadow Bridge Elementary and High Schools as well as in the Western Greenbrier Middle and High Schools.

Rainelle Medical Center
$9,500.00

This second year renewal grant is used to strengthen the capacity for the provision of mental health services by funding supportive services.

Rainelle Medical Center
$60,000.00

This grant funds the purchase of a double wide trailer for use as the Meadow Bridge Wellness Center servicing Meadow Bridge Elementary and High Schools.

Ritchie County Primary Care
$42,500.00

This first year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health counselor (salary and benefits, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs) providing services in the Ritchie County Middle and High Schools.

Tug River Health Association, Inc.
$60,000.00

This second year grant provides financial assistance for continued development of a SBHC at Mount View Middle/High School in McDowell County.

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$148,047.21

This second year grant provides school-based health services for Wheeling Catholic Elementary School and Weirton St. Paul Elementary School.

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$80,000.00 per year for 3 years

This first year renewal grant strengthens the WV School-Based Assembly Infrastructure by funding the Co-Executive Director position. Major strategies of mission expansion, partnership development at the federal and state levels, policy advocacy, communication, awareness strategies, and organizational development will hopefully result in the successful advancement of the WV School-Based Initiative.

In fiscal year 2007-2008, the Foundation approved approximately $1,012,420 for grant and discretionary funding for the following selected projects:

Cabin Creek Health Center
$45,000.00

This second year renewal grant supports school-based mental health services at Riverside High School in Kanawha County by subsidizing the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Cabin Creek Health Systems
$5,000.00

This second year grant enables Cabin Creek Health Systems to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Riverside High School in Kanawha County.

Camden on Gauley Medical Center, Inc.
$70,000.00

This first year grant enables Camden on Gauley Medical Center, Inc. to initiate a school-based health center at Webster County High School in Webster County.

Center for Rural Health Development, Inc. – West Virginia School-Based Health Center Practice Improvement Project
$28,648.00

This second year grant improves the billing/collection policies/procedures used by school-based health centers. Work on the project focuses on two/three SBHC-systems and will be done in collaboration with those working with the NASBHC project.

Clay Primary Care Systems, Inc.
$5,000.00

This third year grant enables Clay Primary Care Systems to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Clay Elementary School.

E.A. Hawes Health Center
$57,000.00

This second year renewal grant provides support to maintain school-based mental health services by funding therapist and social worker positions in the East Hardy school complex and in the Moorefield Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.

Just For Kids, Inc.
$18,760.00

This grant provides funding to expand services at the two Child Advocacy Centers maintained by Just For Kids, Inc.

Marion County CAC
$50,000.00

This grant provides funding to expand services at the Child Advocacy Center in Marion County, WV.

Marshall University – University Physicians & Surgeons
$92,580.00

This third year renewal grant supports the Technical Assistance and Evaluation Unit of the Family and Community Health Center of the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine in order to expand its capacity to evaluate, assist, and guide West Virginia’s school-based health centers. The grant enables the Technical Assistance Unit to provide service to those school-based health centers which have initiated mental health services.

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center
$42,500.00

This second year grant provides funding for the continued development of the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center.

New River Health Association
$30,360.00

This third year renewal grant supports the school-based mental health wellness and education program in the elementary, middle, and high schools of Mt. Hope, WV by subsidizing the salary and benefits of a mental health educator/case manager, travel, equipment, and training costs.

New River Health Association
$5,000.00

This third year grant enables New River Health Association to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance Staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at Mt. Hope Elementary School.

Pendleton Community Care
$45,125.00

This third year grant supports a school-based mental health program at Pendleton Community Care; by subsidizing the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Pendleton Community Care
$47,500.00

This second year grant provides support for a mental health educator to develop and implement programming that intervenes at developmental risk points to prevent the complications that develop into acute and chronic mental health problems.

Rainelle Medical Center
$51,395.00

Grant is to be used for salary and benefits of a full-time school-based health counselor for Greenbrier West High School. Year 2 of 3 year grant

Rainelle Medical Center
$9,025.00

This third year grant supports the mental health capacity at the Rainelle Medical Center’s School-Based Health Center; by subsidizing the salary of the mental health counselor, the cost of training, and the purchase of additional equipment and supplies.

Ritchie County Primary Care
$40,375.00

This second year grant supports a school-based mental health program in Ritchie County; by subsidizing the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Ritchie Co. Primary Care Association
$40,000.00

This grant provides funding to renovate/expand space for the school-based health center in Jefferson Elementary Center in Wood County.

Tug River Health Association, Inc.
$50,000.00

This third year grant provides financial assistance for continued development of school-based health center at Mount View Middle/High School in McDowell County.

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$149,152.07

This third year grant provides school-based health services for Wheeling Catholic Elementary School and Weirton St. Paul Elementary School.

Wirt County Health Services Association, Inc.
$50,000.00

This grant funds the purchase of a double-wide trailer for use for school-based health services for Wirt County Schools.

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$80,000.00 /year for 3 years

This second year renewal grant strengthens the WV School-Based Assembly Infrastructure by funding the Co-Executive Director position. Major strategies of mission expansion, partnership development at the federal and state levels, policy advocacy, communication, awareness strategies, and organizational development will hopefully result in the successful advancement of the WV School-Based Initiative.

Cabin Creek Health Center
$40,000.00

This third year grant will be used to support school-based mental health services at Riverside High School in Kanawha County; the grant will be used for the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Camden on Gauley Medical Center, Inc.
$65,000.00

This second year grant will be used to continue services at the School-Based Health Center at Webster County High School in Webster County.

Center for Rural Health Development, Inc.:  West Virginia School-Based Health Center Practice Improvement Wrap Up Project
$12,832.00

The grant funds will be used to provide “wrap up” of the project through the development of a single tool that will be used by the Division of Primary Care for both self-assessment and validation of the performance effectiveness of SBHCs in West Virginia.

Center for Rural Health Development, Inc.
$50,000.00

The grant funds will be used to help implement Phase Two of the WV Adolescent Immunization Project: Take Your Best Shot.

Child & Youth Advocacy Center (CYAC)
$15,000.00

The grant funds will be used to support the salary of the CYAC mental health therapist.

Children’s Home Society of WV
$22,000.00

The grant funds will be used to help support mental health services at Safe Haven Child & Youth Advocacy Center in Martinsburg, WV.

E.A. Hawes Health Center
$54,150.00

This third year grant will be used to provide support to maintain mental health services through therapist and social worker positions in the East Hardy school complex.

Harmony House: Child Advocacy Center
$20,000.00

The grant funds will be used to help support the Child and Family Advocate position at Harmony House, Inc.

Lincoln Primary Care Center, Inc.
$50,000.00

The grant funds will be used to support a school-based mental health program at Lincoln Primary Care Center Inc.; the grant will be used for the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Marion County CAC
$45,000.00

The grant funds will be used to help provide services at the Child Advocacy Center in Marion County, WV.

Marshall University Foundation
$92,580.00

The grant funds will be used to support the Technical Assistance and Evaluation Unit of the Family and Community Health Center of the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine in order to expand its capacity to evaluate, assist, and guide West Virginia’s school-based health centers. In particular, the grant is intended to enable the Technical Assistance Unit to provide effective service to those school-based health centers which have initiated mental health services.

Monongahela Valley Association of Health Centers, Inc.
$5,000.00

This second year grant funding will enable the above to work with Marshall University Technical Assistance staff to develop and test models for the management of overweight children and adolescents at East Fairmont High School.

New River Health Association
$30,100.00

The grant funds will be used to support a school-based mental health, wellness, and education program at the school-based health centers (wellness centers) operated by the New River Health Association in the elementary, middle and high schools of Mt. Hope, WV; the grant will be used for the salary and benefits of a mental health educator/case manager, travel, equipment, and training costs.

Rainelle Medical Center
$48,825.00

This third year grant will be used for salary and benefits of a full-time school-based health counselor for Greenbrier West High School.

Rainelle Medical Center
$8,583.75

The grant funds are being used to support and strengthen the mental health capacity at the Rainelle Medical Center’s School-Based Health Center. The grant has been approved to supplement the salary of the mental health counselor, to pay for the cost of training, and to purchase additional equipment and supplies.

Ritchie Co. Primary Care Association
$40,000.00

The grant funds will be used to renovate/expand space for the school-based health center in Jefferson Elementary Center in Wood County.

Ritchie County Primary Care
$38,356.00

This third year grant will be used to support a school-based mental health program in Ritchie County; the grant will be used for the salary and benefits of a mental health counselor, travel, equipment, and supervisory costs.

Tug River Health Association, Inc.
$48,623.00

The grant funds will be used to help provide for SBHC at Mount View Middle/High School in McDowell County.

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$151,524.10

The grant funds will be used to help provide school-based health services for Wheeling Catholic Elementary School and Weirton St. Paul Elementary School.

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$80,000.00

This third year grant will be used for salary and benefits for Executive Directors of the School-Based Health Assembly.

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded approximately $7 million in grants. In fiscal year 2009‐2010, the Foundation approved $768,857.16 for grant funding for the following selected projects.

Marshall University Research Corporation
$87,951.00

Supports the Technical Assistance Unit to provide effective service to those school-based health centers which have initiated mental health services.

Rainelle Medical Center
$8,154.56
Supports and strengthens the mental health capacity at the Rainelle Medical Center’s School‐Based Health Center.

Pendleton Community Care
$42,868.75
Supports a school‐based mental health counselor position.

New River Health Association
$36,630.00
Supports a school‐based mental health educator position in Summersville, WV.

Lincoln Primary Care Center
$47,500.00
Supports a school‐based mental health counselor position.

New River Health Association
$28, 595.00
Supports a school‐based mental health educator position.

Ritchie Primary Care Association
$38,000.00
Supports a school‐based mental health counselor position.

Cabin Creek Health Center
$41,000.00
Supports integrated mental health services in school‐based health centers served by Cabin Creek Health Systems.

Rainelle Medical Center
$46,383.75
Supports a school‐based mental health counselor position.

WV Primary Care Association
$80,000.00
Supports the position of Executive Director of the West Virginia School‐Based Health Assembly.

E. A. Hawse Health Center
$52,000.00
Supports mental health services through therapist and social worker positions in the East Hardy School Complex.

Pendleton Community Care
$45,125.00
Supports a school‐based mental health educator position.

West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$144,649.10
Supports school‐based health services for Wheeling Catholic Elementary School and St. Paul Elementary School (in Weirton).

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center
$10,000.00
Funds support the continued development of the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center.

Camden on Gauley Medical Center
$60,000.00

Supports school‐based health services at Webster County High School.

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $7 million in grants.  In fiscal year 2010-2011, the Foundation approved $750,760.48 for grant funding for the following selected projects.

Cabin Creek Health Center
$40,000.00
Supports integrated mental health services in school-based health centers served by Cabin Creek Health Systems.

E. A. Hawse Health Center
$49,400.00
Supports mental health services through therapist and social worker positions in the East Hardy School Complex.

Lincoln Primary Care Center
$45,125.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position.

Marshall University Research Corporation
$83,553.00
Supports the Technical Assistance Unit to provide effective service to those school-based health centers which have initiated mental health services.

New River Health Association
$27,000.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position in Mt. Hope, WV.

New River Health Association
$35,460.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position in Summersville, WV.

Pendleton Community Care
$40,725.31
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position.

Pendleton Community Care
$43,996.88
Supports a school-based mental health educator position.

Rainelle Medical Center
$44,064.56
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position.

Rainelle Medical Center
$35,000.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position.

Rainelle Medical Center
$7,746.63
Supports and strengthens the mental health capacity at the Rainelle Medical Center’s School-Based Health Center.

Ritchie Primary Care Association
$35,375.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position.

WV Primary Care Association
$80,000.00
Supports the position of Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly.

West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$138,314.10
Supports school-based health services for St. Paul School in Weirton, WV (serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock and Brooke Counties) and Wheeling Catholic Elementary School (serving the Catholic Schools of Ohio and Marshall Counties).

Just for Kids Child Advocacy Center
$9,000.00
Supports expansion of Child Advocacy services into Wyoming County.

Marion County Child Advocacy Center
$17,000.00
Supports provision of services at the Marion County Child Advocacy Center in Fairmont, WV.

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center
$9,000.00
Supports the continued development of the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center.

West Virginia Child Advocacy Network
$10,000.00
Supports the Children’s Mental Health Initiative of WVCAN.

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $8 million in grants.  In fiscal year 2011-2012, the Foundation awarded $704,774.97 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

Cabin Creek Health Center
$32,000.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position for Herbert Hoover SBHC and Sissonville Indian Health Center

Cabin Creek Health Center
$20,000.00

Supports integrated mental health services in school-based health centers served by Cabin Creek Health Systems

Hancock County Board of Education
$50,000.00

Supports Hancock County School district in funding and obtaining funds to build a school-based health facility adjacent to the new elementary school that is to be built in Hancock County

Marshall University Research Corporation
$41,776.50

Supports the Technical Assistance Unit to provide effective service to those school-based health centers which have initiated mental health services

New River Health Association
$30,050.00

Supports a school-based mental health educator position serving the Fayette County Schools

New River Health Association, Inc.
$38,748.00

Supports a school-based health educator position in Summersville, WV

Pendleton Community Care
$40,725.31

Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

Pendleton Community Care
$43,996.88

Supports a school-based mental health educator position

Rainelle Medical Center
$22,032.28

Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

Rainelle Medical Center
$33,250.00

Supports a school-based mental health educator position

Rainelle Medical Center
$42,000.00

Supports a school-based mental health counselor for Greenbrier West High School

Ritchie Regional Health Center
$34,300.00

Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation
$59,156.00

Supports the school-based health programs at St. Paul’s School in Weirton, WV (serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock and Brooke Counties) and the school-based health programs at St. Vincent de Paul Parish School (serving the Catholic Schools of Ohio and Marshall Counties)

WV Primary Care Association, Inc.
$80,000.00  

Supports the position of the Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly

Center for Rural Health Development, Inc.
$6,500.00

Supports development of Faces of Vaccine Preventable Diseases videos

Marion County CAC
$17,000.00

Supports provision of services at the Child Advocacy Center in Marion County, WV

Preston County Caring Council Family Resource Network
$18,000.00

Supports development of Child Advocacy Centers in Preston, Taylor, and Barbour Counties

REACHH-FRC
$35,000.00

Supports REACHH-FRC to continue on-site therapeutic services

West Virginia Child Advocacy Network
$18,240.00

Supports the Children’s Mental Health Initiative of WVCAN

Wetzel-Tyler Child Advocacy Center
$42,000.00

Supports WTCAC to achieve accreditation and to continue to meet the needs of the children and families in the Tyler County and Wetzel County communities

Grants Awarded FY 2012-2013

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $9 million in grants.  In fiscal year 2012-2013, the Foundation awarded $977,515.43 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

School-Based Health Initiative:

Cabin Creek Health Center, Inc. – $30,000.00
Supports Behavioral Health services

Cabin Creek Health Center, Inc. – $30,400.00
Supports Mental Health Services

Camden-on-Gauley Medical Center – $50,000.00
Capital Grant to renovate space for SBHC for Glade/Middle Schools

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $24,700.00
Supports Mental Health Services

Hancock County Board of Education – $50,000.00
Capital Grant to support construction of SBHC in new elementary school

New River Health Association, Inc. – $36,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator position serving Valley Elementary and Valley High, and Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $29,725.00
Supports Mental Health Educator position serving Mt. Hope Elementary, Collins Middle, and Oak Hill High and New River Elementary Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $36,813.00
Supports a school-based health educator position in Summersville

Pendleton Community Care – $41,797.04
Supports a school-based mental health educator position

Pendleton Community Care – $38,689.04
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

Rainelle Medical Center – $39,900.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

Rainelle Medical Center – $31,588.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position

Ritchie County Primary Care Association – $34,300.00
MHC to help provide for continued mental health services

St. George Medical Clinic, Inc. – $41,000.00
Capital Grant to help SGC implement three SBHCs in Tucker County

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation – $139,900
Supports the school-based health programs serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties

WV Primary Care Association – $80,000.00
Supports the position of the Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly

Child Advocacy Centers:

Burlington United Methodist Family Service – $20,000.00
Helps SARAH’s House provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive Therapy

Child Protect of Mercer County, Inc. – $10,000.00
Helps fund Contract Therapist

Child Youth & Advocacy Center – $10,000.00
Helps CYAC ensure victims have access to quality mental health services

Comfort House CAC – $15,000.00
Helps provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Based Therapy and helps provide for salary of child family advocate

Cornerstone Family Interventions, Inc. – $27,703.35
Helps provide services at Boone CAC

Just For Kids, Inc. – $25,000.00
Helps provide services

Logan County Child Advocacy Center – $7,000.00
Helps to continue development of services in Mingo County

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center – $10,000.00
Helps to support CAC program

Preston County Caring Council FRN – $20,000.00
Helps to develop a CAC in Preston, Taylor, and Barbour Counties

Randolph and Tucker CAC – $10,000.00
Helps to continue efforts toward prevention and intervention of child abuse

Parents as Teachers:

Children’s Home Society of WV-Parkersburg – $25,000.00
Assists program to achieve PAT standards

Northern Panhandle Head Start – $8,000.00
Helps to meet PAT standards

SHACK Neighborhood House – $15,000.00
Helps Starting Points meet PAT standards

Tucker County FRN – $25,000.00
Enables program to achieve PAT standards

Wetzel County Center for Children and Families, Inc. – $15,000.00
Helps WCCCF uphold PAT standards

Grants Awarded FY 2013-2014

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $10million in grants.  In fiscal year 2013-2014, the Foundation awarded $799,952.78 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

School-Based Health Initiative:

Cabin Creek Health Center, Inc. – $28,880.00
Supports school-based mental health counselor services to Sissonville and Herbert Hoover High Schools

Camden-on-Gauley Medical Center – $29,236.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $46,930.00
Supports Mental Health Services

Lincoln Primary Care Center – $45,125.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

New River Health Association, Inc. – $29,400.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position in Fayette County Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $33,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator position serving Valley Elementary and Valley High, and Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $34,972.00
Supports a school-based mental health educator position for Summersville SBHC in Nicholas County

Pendleton Community Care – $36,754.59
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

Pendleton Community Care – $39,707.19
Supports a school-based mental health educator position

Rainelle Medical Center – $37,905.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position for Greenbrier West High School

Ritchie County Primary Care Association – $32,585.00
Supports a school-based mental health counselor position

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation – $139,900.00
Supports the school-based health programs serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties

WV Primary Care Association – $80,000.00
Supports the position of the Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly

Child Advocacy Programs:

Burlington United Methodist Family Service – $20,000.00
Helps SARAH’s House provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive Therapy

Child Protect of Mercer Co. Inc. – $16,116.00
Supports Family Advocate position

Child Youth & Advocacy Center – $12,950.00
Supports Family Advocate salary and benefits

Marion County CAC – $5,100.00
Supports CAC program

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center – $10,000.00
Supports mental health services at Monongalia County CAC

Mountain CAP of WV, Inc. – $25,000.00
Funds Victim Advocate salary and benefits

Preston County Caring Council FRN – $10,000.00
Helps continued development of Tygart Valley Regional CACs

West Virginia Child Advocacy Network   – $21,392.00
Supports creation of the Spring 2014 Conference

Parents as Teachers:

Tucker County FRN – $35,000.00
Supports home visitor and hiring of a temporary office assistant

Children’s Home Society of WV-Parkersburg – $30,000.00
Provides continued support for Parents as Teachers program

Grants Awarded FY 2014-2015

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $11 million in grants.  In fiscal year 2014-2015, the Foundation awarded $876,684.69 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

School-Based Health Initiative (SBH):

Camden-on-Gauley Medical Center – $63,000.00
Expansion of SBH services into Lewis County

Camden-on-Gauley Medical Center – $43,969.00
Supports a school-based Mental Health Counselor serving Gauley Elementary and Webster High Schools

Change, Inc. – $50,000.00
Supports Provider & Medical Assistant at Weirton Elementary

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $44,584.00
Supports Mental Health Services in Hardy Co.

FamilyCare Health Center – $48,000.00
Purchase of Mobile Unit to provide SBH services to Putnam Co. Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $31,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator position serving Valley Elementary, Valley High, and Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Schools

Pendleton Community Care – $34,916.86
Supports a school-based Mental Health Counselor position

Pendleton Community Care – $37,721.83
Supports a school-based Mental Health Educator position

Rainelle Medical Center – $30,000.00
Supports a school-based Mental Health Educator position

Ritchie County Primary Care Association – $30,956.00
Supports a school-based Mental Health Counselor position

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation – $139,900.00
Supports the SBH programs serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties

WV Primary Care Association – $80,000.00
Supports the position of the Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly

Child Advocacy Programs (CAC):

Burlington United Methodist Family – Service – $20,000.00
Helps SARAH’s House provide Trauma-Focused Cognitive Therapy

Burlington United Methodist Family – Service – $21,000.00
Supports hire for the Pendleton Community Care CAC

Child Youth & Advocacy Center – $8,184.00
Supports therapist position

The Children’s Listening Place – $25,000.00
Supports CAC program

Just For Kids, Inc.  –  $25,000.00
Supports CAC program

Randolph and Tucker CAC – $20,000.00
Supports CAC program

West Virginia Child Advocacy Network   – $21,392.00
Supports Spring 2015 Conference

Parents as Teachers (PAT):

Brooke Hancock FRN – $36,411.00
Supports PAT In-home Parent Educator

Northern Panhandle Head Start – $18,000.00
Supports MIHOW program

Regional Family Resource Network – $7,650.00
Supports PAT program

Tucker County FRN – $40,000.00
Supports PAT program Parent Educator and office assistant

Grants Awarded FY 2015-2016

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $12 million in grants.  In fiscal year 2015-2016, the Foundation awarded $884,244.69 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

School-Based Health Initiative (SBH):

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $42,355.00
Supports Mental Health Services in Hardy County

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $35,161.00
Supports expansion of Mental Health Services into Grant County

FamilyCare Health Center – $32,000.00
Mobile Unit to provide SBH services to Putnam County Schools

McDowell County Board of Education $25,000.00
Capital Grant for Southside K-8 SBHC

New River Health Association, Inc. – $27,930.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator serving Mt. Hope Elementary, Collins Middle, Oak Hill High, and Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $36,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator serving Summersville County

Pendleton Community Care – $34,916.86
Supports a school-based Mental Health Counselor

Pendleton Community Care – $37,721.83
Supports a school-based Mental Health Educator

Rainelle Medical Center – $28,500.00
Supports a school-based Mental Health Educator

Rainelle Medical Center – $36,010.00
Supports a school-based Mental Health Counselor serving seven schools in Greenbrier, Fayette, and Summers Counties

Ritchie Regional Health Center – $45,000.00
Supports Mental Health Services in Doddridge County Schools

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation – $139,900.00
Supports the SBH programs serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties

WV Primary Care Association – $30,000.00
Supports the position of the Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly

Child Advocacy Programs (CAC):

Burlington United Methodist Family Service – $10,000.00
Supports Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist

Child Protect of Mercer County, Inc. – $15,000.00
Ensures quality advocacy and support services

Children’s Home Society of WV – $16,650.00
Supports Safe Haven CAC

Comfort House CAC – $10,000.00
Supports Child and Family Advocate

Logan County Child Advocacy Center – $22,500.00
Supports the CAC poly-victimization project in Mingo County

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center – $25,000.00
Supports SBH Therapist

Mountain CAP of WV, Inc. – $30,000.00
Supports Child Advocate

Randolph and Tucker CAC – $20,000.00
Supports CAC program presence in Tucker County

The Children’s Listening Place – $25,000.00
Supports Family Advocate

West Virginia Child Advocacy Network – $21,392.00
Helps fund a risk assessment and quality assurance project for CACs in WV

Children and Families:

Wellspring of Greenbrier Co. Inc. – $25,000.00
Funding was reallocated as a capital grant for Fruits of Labor for assistance following flooding

WV Coalition Against Domestic Violence – $22,200.00
Supports the hiring of statewide human trafficking coordinator

West Virginia Women Work – $25,000.00
Supports Step Up for Women Program

Parents as Teachers (PAT):

TEAM for West Virginia Children – $22,400.00
Mental health support to managers, supervisors, home visitors, and support staff

Grants Awarded FY 2016-2017

Since its creation in 2001, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation has awarded more than $12 million in grants.  In fiscal year 2016-2017, the Foundation awarded $856,892.00 for grant funding for the following selected projects:

School-Based Health Initiative (SBH):

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $33,388.00
Supports Mental Health Services in Grant County

E.A. Hawse Health Center – $40,237.00
Supports Mental Health Services in Hardy County

Monongahela Valley Association of Health Centers – $40,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator position

New River Health Association, Inc. – $26,535.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator serving Mt. Hope Elementary, Collins Middle, Oak Hill High, and Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Schools

New River Health Association, Inc. – $33,000.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator serving Nicholas and Raleigh Counties

New River Health Association, Inc. – $29,450.00
Supports the Mental Health Educator serving Valley Elementary and Valley High Schools

Pendleton Community Care – $34,917.00
Supports the school-based Mental Health Counselor

Pendleton Community Care – $37,722.00
Supports the school-based Mental Health Educator

Pleasant Valley Hospital – $50,000.00
Supports the school-based health program in Mason County

Rainelle Medical Center – $34,209.00
Supports the school-based Mental Health Counselor serving seven schools in Greenbrier, Fayette, and Summers Counties

Rainelle Medical Center – $27,075.00
Supports the school-based Mental Health Educator

The West Virginia Catholic Foundation – $139,900.00
Supports the SBH programs serving the Catholic Schools of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties

WV Primary Care Association – $30,000.00
Supports the position of the Executive Director of the West Virginia School-Based Health Assembly

Child Advocacy Programs (CAC):

Burlington United Methodist Family Service – $20,000.00
Supports the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist at Sarah’s House

Child Protect of Mercer County, Inc. – $15,000.00
Supports the Direct Service Manager position

Child Youth & Advocacy Center – $6,000.00
Supports the CYAC Therapist position

Children’s Home Society of WV – $17,528.00
Supports Safe Haven CAC

Just For Kids, Inc. – $15,000.00
Supports the additional Family Advocate

Logan County Child Advocacy Center – $20,454.00
Supports the CAC Mingo Kids New View Program

Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center – $20,000.00
Supports the SBH Therapist

Mountain CAP of WV, Inc. – $25,000.00
Supports the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist

Randolph and Tucker CAC – $10,000.00
Supports the Advocacy and Prevention Coordinator

REACHH – Family Resource Center – $14,288.00
Supports the Family Advocate

Stop the Hurt, Inc. – $20,000.00
Supports the Forensic Interviewer and Director positions

The Children’s Listening Place – $20,000.00
Supports the Forensic Interviewer

West Virginia Child Advocacy Network – $25,000.00
Continued support of the risk assessment and quality assurance project for the Child Advocacy Centers in WV

Children and Families:

Wellspring of Greenbrier Co. Inc. – $25,000.00
Support for Fruits of Labor for their Seeds of Hope Program

WV Coalition Against Domestic Violence – $22,200.00
Supports the Coordinator position for the WV Human Trafficking and Civil Rights Task Force

Parents as Teachers (PAT):

New River Health Association, Inc. – $13,650.00
Supports MIHOW Home Visitor Certification