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Recent Funded Projects

Title Description Amount Dates
Increasing Health Literacy in Low-Income Communities through Community Doula Services The AMAR Community-Based Doula Program is a program of The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey in Trenton, New Jersey.
Funding Amount: 
$19915
2020 to 2021
Introducing Health Sciences Librarianship The project will provide an opportunity for a cohort of participants in the NNLM MAR region to develop a broader awareness of health sciences librarianship.
Funding Amount: 
$6750
2020 to 2021
Building Health Data Literacy Through Public Libraries This project will enable libraries to help build their community’s health data literacy.
Funding Amount: 
$20000
2020 to 2021
Health Career Exploration K-8 “Health Career Exploration – K-8” is a series of short sub-curriculum activities designed to help students gain valuable new insights about health and healthcare, and health careers, while having fun.
Funding Amount: 
$19165
2020 to 2021
Green Thumbs In Your Community Black Girls with Green Thumbs promotes health literacy in a way that is culturally competent and accessible, meeting community members where they are, online and within their neighborhoods, and inviti
Funding Amount: 
$19728
2020 to 2021
Health Information Partnerships for Brooklyn Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) will develop and implement a year-long project of expert-led health information programs targeted to vulnerable populations with identified health challenges.
Funding Amount: 
$20000
2020 to 2021
Dental Health Access for Vulnerable Immigrants The Health Access Program at Nationalities Service Center assists vulnerable refugee and immigrant clients to gain crucial knowledge for their health and to access needed healthcare services.
Funding Amount: 
$17837
2020 to 2021
Mental Health and Well-Being Resources in North Country Libraries The Mental Health and Well-Being Resources project is designed to increase health literacy and mental health awareness in the North Country Library System, a mostly rural geographic area that consists
Funding Amount: 
$6647
2020 to 2021
Open Educational Resources for Allied Health Professions and Health Sciences The proposed project is intended to support the sustainable creation, adaptation, and use of Open Educational Resources (OER) in allied health professions and health sciences fields at large.
Funding Amount: 
$18242
2020 to 2021
Valley Mental Health First Aid Responders This project will provide Shenango Valley residents with the resources and instruction necessary to become mental health first aid responders.
Funding Amount: 
$4565
2020 to 2021
From Snake Oil to Social Media: Pharmaceutical Advertising and Medication Literacy for Health Care Consumers Direct-to-consumer advertising (DTCA) for prescription drugs has been an ongoing, contentious issue in the United States. Despite oversight from the U.S.
Funding Amount: 
$17063
2020 to 2021
Clearing the Air: Educating the Camden Community about Air Quality and Respiratory Health The purpose of this project is to provide the people of Camden, New Jersey with environmental health information that will help them understand the links between the air quality in their community and
Funding Amount: 
$19999
2020 to 2021
BGH Connect Black Girl Health Foundation’s “BGH Connect” is a digital campaign that includes upgrading the Black Girl Health (BGH) Membership Portal to include new content, and a social media marketing campaign d
Funding Amount: 
$19992
2020 to 2021
Community Outreach on Respiratory Hazards and Illnesses in Southwestern Pennsylvania According to the American Lung Association's 2019 "State of the Air" report, Pittsburgh’s air quality was ranked the 7th worst in the country.
Funding Amount: 
$19999
2020 to 2021
Expanding Knowledge and Awareness for Hepatitis B and Liver Cancer for Underserved Communities in Greater Philadelphia Hepatitis B is an infection that can be acute (short-term) or chronic (lifelong) that is often not reported or identified.
Funding Amount: 
$19979
2020 to 2021
RESILIENT Workshops: REady Steady In the Library: taking Initiative before an Emergency, Natural disaster, or Trauma The RESILIENT Workshops (REady Steady In the Library: taking Initiative before an Emergency, Natural disaster, or Trauma) present a curriculum of self-paced learning and online workshops curated from
Funding Amount: 
$19853
2020 to 2021
Exploring Health & Wellness at the Norwin Public Library We believe the public library can offer more than research-based learning and recreation such as books, movies, music; it can offer emotional and psychological learning, acceptance and mindfulness.
Funding Amount: 
$3662
2020 to 2021
Training Mental Health Outpatient Clinics on Promising Practices for LGBT Care Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center will develop a program that provides training to the staff, clinicians, and administrators of 6 outpatient mental health clinics in Eastern Pennsylvania on prom
Funding Amount: 
$19999
2020 to 2021
Helping Empower Adolescents Learning Through Health (HEALTH) Info Helping Empower Adolescents Learning Through Health (HEALTH) Info aims to provide local high school students with the knowledge and skills necessary to empower others within their school and community
Funding Amount: 
$19692
2020 to 2021
Interprofessional Infant Oral Health Education at the Community Engagement Center Dental caries (i.e., tooth decay) can cause severe pain that prevents children from eating and sleeping.
Funding Amount: 
$20000
2020 to 2021

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