Grantmakers In Health and New York Funders Alliance welcome you to a webinar featuring funding models that boost multi-sector support systems for people who are in recovery from substance use disorders in rural communities.
Grantmakers In Health and Appalachia Funders Network offer this webinar which highlights examples of philanthropic investment in rural broadband connectivity, a key component of rural infrastructure that supports health, employment, and education.
This GIH webinar explored key messages framing the most recent IOM report’s recommendations. Presenters reflected on how foundations can act on specific recommendations as well as provide support for implementation efforts at the local, state, and national level.
Developing State-Level Healthy Food Financing Initiatives: New Examples from California and New York
Building on Pennsylvania’s well-established Fresh Food Financing Initiative and the federal government’s recently launched Healthy Food Financing Initiative, California and New York have developed similar programs in their own states to offer tax credits, below-market rate loans, loan guarantees, and grants to organizations providing healthy foods to under served communities.
Results of the recent election have significantly altered the political map for state governments. This audioconference considered the implications of these political shifts for health policy and explored how health funders are responding to changes in the political landscape.
Participants conversed on how best to craft partnerships with the business community, invest in outreach to employers, and tailor messages about the benefits of health reform.
On this Webinar, funders learned about the wide variety of opportunities available to collaborate with HRSA, from identifying promising practices, to convening, to funding.
This GIH Webinar provided a brief overview of the Affordable Care Act as it relates to small, medium, and large businesses. Presenters explored opportunities and challenges that the new law presents for the business community, as well as strategies to further educate employers about health reform and how businesses stand to benefit.
On this webinar, Carole Warshaw and Terri Pease of the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health presented culturally relevant and trauma-informed strategies for responding to survivors who are experiencing the mental health effects of domestic violence and other lifetime trauma, with a special emphasis on the role of grantmakers.