Mejorar la salud y el bienestar de las personas, familias y comunidades promoviendo la equidad, la calidad y el acceso a la salud para todos.

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Somos una fundación de otorgamiento informado de subvenciones a la comunidad que busca mejorar ostensiblemente la salud y el bienestar de las personas, familias y comunidades en nuestra área de servicios promoviendo la equidad, la calidad y el acceso a la salud para todos.

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Otorgamiento De Subvenciones De 2017

Para 2017, solo consideraremos las solicitudes de un año. Las solicitudes pueden corresponder a alguna de las siguientes categorías de subvenciones:

  • Programas y servicios que cumplan con las pautas descriptas anteriormente.
  • Mejoras de capital no muy elevado de hasta $50,000
  • Necesidades básicas y/o que responden a temas urgentes/no previstos en la comunidad
  • Defensa de la política y/o educación y extensión comunitaria

Respaldar prácticas basadas en evidencia que produzcan resultados cuantificables.

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In the Things Going Right Department -- The Parent Mentor Program places parents in at-risk neighborhood schools to work alongside teachers and foster a safe educational experience for students. It works, and it is expanding! Originally developed by the Logan Square Neighborhood Association (LSNA) in 1995, the Parent Mentor Program has grown from a single school to 76 schools working with 15 community-based organizations across Illinois in 2018. Twenty more schools are set to be added next year.

The 15 Parent Mentor Partner Organizations are: Brighton Park Neighborhood Council Enlace Chicago Family Focus Aurora, Hispanic American Community & Education Services, The Kenwood Oakland Community Organization Logan Square Neighborhood Association Moline-Coal Valley School District, Niles Township Schools' ELL Parent Center Northwest Side Housing Center (NWSHC) ONE Northside The Resurrection Project Southwest Organizing Project Southwest Suburban Immigrant Project - SSIP Westside Health Authority and Woodlawn Children's Promise Community

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Two high profile suicides this week, Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, and the rising rate of suicide in Illinois make it a public health crisis we all need to address as a community. Let's get over the stigma and judgment and save lives.

Thinking about killing yourself is more common than you think, but help is available right now. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline '1-800-273-TALK (8255)'

Locally, Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) has a 24/7 hotline, 773.769.0205. If you call they will ask you a few questions and then either give you an appointment or make a referral. https://www.c4chicago.org/services/suicide-prevention

Have you been impacted by the suicide of a dear friend or family member?

Nuestras Áreas De Servicio

Las subvenciones se otorgan a organizaciones ubicadas dentro del área geográfica objetivo de la fundación o que brindan servicios a un porcentaje significativo de la población local en estas comunidades.

Descargar el mapa de cobertura abajo.

En el año 2018 trabajamos con el Instituto de Salud Urbana Sinai (Sinai Urban Health Institute) para medir y clasificar los determinantes sociales de salud en las comunidades a las que servimos. Descargue el informe aquí.

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