A new data brief developed with the University of Southern Maine presents an analysis of barriers to behavioral health care for adults in Maine and sheds light on the impact socioeconomic disparities have on Maine people’s ability to obtain and afford timely behavioral health services.
As a follow-up to a previous report, a new report analyzes self-reported survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau related to food scarcity in New York State from the start of the coronavirus pandemic through the end of 2020.
The call for proposals funds projects that fall within three broad focus areas: Partnerships for Better Health, American Indian Health, and Behavioral Health. To be considered, projects from eligible organizations must meet our selection criteria.
The Cigna Foundation announced an open call for applications for its new Health and Well-Being grant program, part of an ongoing initiative to improve access to care and eliminate health disparities. In 2021, the Cigna Foundation plans to award over $3 million in grants to support nonprofits and community organizations focused on addressing these challenges.
The Funders Census Initiative has developed a resource detailing Census Bureau milestones and providing concrete examples of ways funders can engage and invest in census work throughout the decade.