SENTARA COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLNESS PARTNERSHIP
GUIDELINES & APPLICATION INFORMATION
The Sentara Community Health and Wellness Partnership is designed to improve the health status and overall well-being
of our communities. Organizations
that meet eligibility requirements and demonstrate an ability to make an impact
on the program’s mission are invited to help us in this cause. Please refer to Sentara's Community Health Needs Assessments to learn more about our regional priorities - Community Health Needs Assessments>>
Applicants must be 501(c)3 non-profit organizations or governmental agencies that provide
healthcare-related services to the underserved
in Sentara Healthcare’s markets.
The requested funding must support a program/project
that strategically aligns with the outlined priority areas.
Priority: Affordable Housing
Sentara seeks to provide affordable housing for members of our communities by partnering with agencies who can creatively address a variety of issues in this priority area.
Priority: Skilled Careers
We are dedicated to educating and training people so that they have improved and sustainable economic opportunities, which will enhance the overall quality of life. We invite partners to apply who can provide services for such populations that include but are not limited to the Asset-Limited Income-Constrained Employed (ALICE) and veteran populations.
Priority: Food Security
Sentara is committed to improving food security in our communities through innovative programs that will increase access to and provide healthy nutritious meals. These include nutrition education programs, food banks, and pantries across both the public and private sectors.
Priority: Behavioral Health
Programs/projects that provide direct or supportive services
are encouraged to apply. These include behavioral health and substance abuse
treatment, medical case management, life skills training, coping skills
training, and interpersonal skills development.
GRANT PROGRAM/PROJECT REQUIREMENTS:
Submit a Letter of Intent (LOI)
If the LOI is approved, an invitation to apply for a grant will be sent via email.
Submit a full grant application
• Define at least three metrics of successful program implementation.
• Include a detailed program/project budget.
• Include a sustainability plan beyond Sentara funding.
• Demonstrate community collaboration and established partners.
Political programs or events
Activities that exclusively benefit the members of
sectarian or religious organizations
Organizations that discriminate by race, color, creed,
gender or national origin
Individuals, including patient assistance funds
March 31 - Applications due for programs/projects beginning in July (fiscal year)
September 30** - Applications due for programs/projects beginning in January (calendar year)
**Deadline for applications extended to October 31, 2020
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