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Valley Health awards $3.2 million in community impact grants

4 February 2020 Luray/Page County Shenandoah County Front Royal/Warren County Winchester Frederick County Clarke County News

Valley Health System has awarded grants totaling $3.2 million to 23 nonprofit organizations to support initiatives to improve health within the region. The Valley Health Community Health Impact grants will provide a boost to a broad range of efforts over a three-year period.

“Valley Health’s tagline, ‘Healthier, together,’ embodies our belief that individuals, community organizations and the wider region all benefit when we work together,” said Valley Health President and CEO Mark H. Merrill. “While much of our energy is focused on ensuring access to safe, high quality health care to a region of more than 500,000 people, we also invest considerably in community-based initiatives to help improve the health of those we are privileged to serve.”   

Valley Health awarded grants to the following nonprofit organizations and agencies:

AIDS Response Effort

Child Safe Center-CAC

Concern Hotline

Daniel Morgan Intermediate School

Dental Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley

Edgehill Recovery Center

Faith in Action

Girls on the Run

Good Samaritan Free Health Care

Healthy Families Northern Shenandoah Valley

Healthy Families Shenandoah County

The Laurel Center

Morgan County Partnership

NAMI Northern Shenandoah Valley

NSV Substance Abuse Coalition

Our Health

Page Alliance for Community Action

Page Free Clinic

Rapp Center for Education

Shenandoah Community Health Clinic

Shenandoah Dental Clinic

Sinclair Health Clinic

St. Luke Community Clinic

Community Health Impact Grant funds will help offset expenses for outreach and education programs, training and technology needs, and salaries and operating expenses to maintain, expand, or improve access to vital treatment services. Valley Health expects each grantee to submit an annual progress report in order to receive the next installment of their three-year funding request.

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