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Recent Funded Projects

Title Description Amount Datessort ascending
Improving Health Literacy Awareness with Mobile Technology The Fraser Resource Center and Health Sciences Library project plan is to use mobile technology to bring health literacy awareness to the community of Hall County.
Funding Amount: 
$11200
2020 to 2021
Healthy and Digital Literacy Train the Trainer Program This project will enhance Miami-Dade Public Library System’s (MDPLS) ability to provide health literacy information and reference services to the public through the expansion of staff health literacy
Funding Amount: 
$19000
2020 to 2021
Promoting Health Through Digital Literacy The goal of the Clayton County Library System Health Literacy Initiative is to teach library patrons (particularly minority and underserved populations in our community) how to search for and evaluate
Funding Amount: 
$19000
2020 to 2021
Ending the Stigma - A Mental Health Series - #2 Lindenwood University will bring a mental health speaker to campus to challenge the mental health stigma and supply students with information and resources that are available to them.
Funding Amount: 
$5889
2020 to 2021
Fitness Fridays The project will provide learning opportunities for the Goddard community on the topics of gardening, the importance of mental health, healthy eating, and healthy living.
Funding Amount: 
$2500
2020 to 2021
Heart-Body Connection The Heart-Mind Connection project will be a continuation and expansion of the Brain Health Initiative, which focused on educating the public on ways to lower their risk for dementia as well as providi
Funding Amount: 
$9000
2020 to 2021
Southwest Missouri Community Health Literacy Project CoxHealth Library Services will collaborate with Springfield-Greene County Library District (SGCL) to provide interactive online consumer health education.
Funding Amount: 
$2500
2020 to 2021
All of Us UNTHSC Library Individualized Health Information Program 2020-2021 The University of North Texas Health Science Center will partner with the public libraries in their designated counties to extend the educational offerings of the All of Us program, promote the Nation
Funding Amount: 
$10720
2020 to 2021
Staying Healthy At Home Cooking Club Pilot The project will provide equipment to participate in weekly virtual lessons on nutrition and using MedlinePlus.gov as the primary resource for reputable health information.
Funding Amount: 
$1850
2020 to 2021
Chinatown COVID Relief Program Our project will provide culturally and linguistically appropriate COVID-19 outreach and education to low-income immigrants and refugees in the Chinatown and Lincoln Heights areas of Los Angeles.
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021
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
Pop The Question - Men Take The Wheel "Pop the Question - Men Take The Wheel” is an expansion of Black Girl Health’s (BGH) 4-year national HIV/AIDS prevention campaign.
Funding Amount: 
$45000
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
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
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
Health Information and Career Awareness Program Southern Alabama Area Health Education Center (SAAHEC) strives to grow the next generation of medical professionals to serve the people of Alabama, train health profession students and provide health
Funding Amount: 
$14587
2020 to 2021
All of Us In Memphis: Health Outreach with the Connect Crew Memphis Public Libraries’ six-person outreach team, the Connect Crew, was launched in January 2019.
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021

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