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Past Funded Projects

2018
Title Description Amount
Adulting 101

The goal of our project is to host a course of classes entitled Adulting 101. These classes will be once a month over a period of nine months.

$1,500
Crockpot Freezer Meals for Low-Income Families and Seniors

Our service area has four libraries, so we would identify about ten families and/or seniors in each location, if possible.

$1,500
Health in the Rockies

Goal: 1 . Increase resources and knowledge of library patrons on health related issues. 2. Make healthy eating fun, tasty, and not intimidating. Objective: 1.

$1,500
Mental Health Awareness Resource and Family Movie Nights

Goals: * Create awareness of mental health. * Provide health information resources on mental health. * Raise awareness of community resources for mental health.

$1,500
Washington County Library Health Fair

Our goal is to inform the community of available access to health resources and information.

$1,500
2017
Title Description Amount
HICLAS (Health Information, Campus LIfe, and Academic Sucess Digital Sinage System)

The goal of the project is to enhance the health and wellness of MidAmerica Nazarene University students.

$1,500
2016
Title Description Amount
Community Health Program

We will have a computer monitor in the busiest area of our school, the entryway, with a slideshow containing different health focuses.

$1,500
Connecting Kids and Health Information via Community Partnerships

This project focuses on developing and strengthening key partnerships to benefit community access to health information. Margaret Hoogland, of A.T. Still Memorial Library at A.T.

$1,500
Health and Wellness Public Service Announcements

The Medical and BioScience Academy (MBSA) of Longmont High School is designed for students interested in careers or post-secondary education rooted in the health sciences.

$1,500
Literacy for Life: Teaming Up for Healthy Kids and Communities Funding Information

The proposed new project is a summer school health literacy and community outreach project collaboration between Library & Knowledge Services at National Jewish Health (NJH) and Morgridge Acade

$1,500
NNLM MCR 2016-2021

The goal of the NN/LM is to advance the progress of medicine, improve public health by providing U.S.

$1,236,288
Partner Library: A. R. Dykes Library 2016-2021

The Partner Library will coordinate the Technology project area. The Partner Library will develop and coordinate a program that supports the following outcomes: ?

$105,979
Partner Library: Creighton University Health Sciences Library 2016-2021

The Partner Library will coordinate the Education project area. The Partner Library will develop and coordinate a program that supports the following outcomes: ?

$54,287
Partner Library: J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library 2016-2021

The Partner Library will coordinate the Library Engagement project area. The Partner Library will develop and coordinate a program that supports the following outcomes: ?

$126,041
Partner Library: McGoogan Library of Medicine 2016-2021

The Partner Library will coordinate the Education project area. The Partner Library will develop and coordinate a program that supports the following outcomes: ?

$61,000
Partner Library: University of Colorado Health Sciences Library 2016-2021

The Partner Library will coordinate the Community Engagement project area. The Partner Library will develop and coordinate a program that supports the following outcomes: ?

$115,218
Partner Library: University of Wyoming Libraries

The Partner Library will coordinate the Member Services project area. The Partner Library will develop and coordinate a program that supports the following outcomes: ?

$91,342
Youth Mental Health Outreach (Library Partnership with Sevier County School District)

Since January 2015, Richfield Public Library has partnered with the six-county Prevention Coalition, including Sevier County School District (Gail Albrecht), Central Utah Counseling Center (Sharon

$1,500
2015
Title Description Amount
Having Fun with Health

The Red Feather Lakes Elementary School and the Red Feather Lakes Library collaborate to conduct an after school program for Kindergarten - 5th grade.

$1,500
Kearns Library and Farnsworth Elementary Health Literacy Project

Objectives: 1. Increase parent and student awareness of health information resources 2.

$1,500

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