Grants Awarded

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OrganizationProgram NameYear AwardedGrant AmountDescription  
Adams-Hanover CounselingShelter Services2004-2005$18,825.00On-site mental health and substance abuse counseling at James Wilson Safe Harbour, Sadler Health Center and the Domestic Violence Services for Cumberland and Perry Counties. Renewal for two years.
Adams-Hanover CounselingShelter Services2003-2004$48,084.00Renewal funding for program to provide on-site mental health and substance abuse services at Safe Harbor, Sadler Health Center and Domestic Violence Services shelter.
Adams-Hanover CounselingCommunity Psychiatrist2003-2004$350,000.00Funding to initiate community psychiatry practice for the greater Carlisle area. Up to $350,000 over 3 years.
Adams-Hanover CounselingShelter Services2002-2003$49,999.00Program will provide on-site mental health and substance abuse services at Safe Harbour, Salvation Army and Domestic Violence Services shelters.
AIDS Community AllianceCarlisle HOPE2006-2007$40,000.00HIV/AIDS prevention and education programs focus particularly on African-Americans in the Carlisle area and will work through the churches and peer education. Healthy People Grant
AIDS Community AllianceCarlisle HOPE2006-2007$40,000.00HIV/AIDS prevention and education programs focus particularly on African-Americans in the Carlisle area and will work through the churches and peer education. Healthy People Grant
AIDS Community AllianceCumberland Promise 2007-082007-2008$35,000.00A comprehensive HIV and STD prevention program both community and faith-based strategies to provide the education, the skills and the tools to reduce the risk of HIV infection among African-Americans. Healthy People Grant Renewal.
AIDS Community AllianceCumberland Promise 2008-092008-2009$35,000.00A comprehensive prevention program that uses both community and faith-based strategies to provide the education, the skills and the tools to reduce the risk of HIV and STD infection among the Carlisle African-American community. Healthy People Grant Renewal
AIDS Community AllianceNo Stigma, Know Status HIV Testing2009-2010$6,300.00The threat of AIDS will be reduced by encouraging individuals to access HIV rapid testing and learn their HIV status. Healthy People Grant
AIDS Planning Coalition of South Central PACollaboration: Steps to Getting Started2004-2005$500.00This training on collaboration was open to the region's human services.
Amputee Support TeamSupport Program2003-2004$1,000.00Assist with expenses for the Amputee Support Team meetings.
Amputee Support TeamSupport Group2005-2006$600.00Support group meetings and mailings are offered to amputees. Renewal
Amputee Support Team of Central PADiabetes Seminar2007-2008$300.00People with limb loss learn the importance of blood sugar control, proper diet and ongoing foot care to minimize complications caused by diabetes.
Bellaire ElementaryUsing Stability Balls Instead of Class Chairs2008-2009$1,400.00Use of stability balls to enhance learning, improve attention and reduce class disruption will be monitored.
Bethel Christian AcademyHealth and Wellness Initiatives2005-2006$1,225.00Pedometers, incentives and other materials are provided for students to increase regular physical activity.
Big Spring Inner Church Council/Big Spring Food Bank5-A-Day Challenge2008-2009$4,000.00Fresh produce and healthy food is offered to a regional food pantry. Renewal
Big Spring Inter Church CouncilFood Bank 5-A-Day Challenge2010-2011$4,000.00Fresh produce and other healthy foods are made available at a regional food pantry.
Big Spring Inter Church CouncilBig Spring Area Food Bank2011-2012$4,000.00Fresh produce and other healthy foods are made available at a regional food pantry. Renewal
Big Spring School DistrictCurrent Trends in Physical Fitness2005-2006$2,000.00"Frisbee Friday" was a celebratory event with physical activities, nutritious snacks and healthy beverages for this middle school.
Big Spring School DistrictCurrent Trends in Physical Fitness2005-2006$2,000.00Physical education equipment is included in a unique high school class teaching students to develop life-long fitness habits.
Big Spring School DistrictBig Spring Middle School Middle School Wellness2006-2007$1,994.00Healthy choices for food and activity are improved through innovative middle school programming.
Big Spring School DistrictPractice Makes Perfect, Improving Youth Nutrition & Activity2011-2012$33,582.00Schools implement a variety of proven policy, program and environmental change strategies to improve youth nutrition and physical activity. Strategic Goal
Big Spring School DistrictMount Rock Elementary Fitness Frenzy2011-2012$900.00Elementary school students become more active through an incentive-based program.
Big Spring School DistrictMount Rock Elementary School/Fitness Frenzy2012-2013$2,000.00Elementary school students are motivated to be more physically active through an incentive-based program.
Big Spring School District/High SchoolStability Balls in the Classroom2009-2010$450.00High school students pilot the use of stability balls in the classroom to enhance learning and physical conditioning.
Bosler Free LibraryConsumer Health Library2002-2003$126,500.00Develop and maintain a health resources collection and provide health screenings/education at library sites. This grant uses several libraries in the CAHWF area.
Bosler Memorial LibraryConsumer Health Database2008-2009$17,200.00Bosler Memorial Library, in partnership with Cumberland County library system, offers patrons access to consumer health-related databases free of charge. Healthy People Grant
Boys and Girls Club of Central PATriple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul2005-2006$22,000.00The health and physical activity curriculum, Triple Play, becomes a core part of an after-school and summer program.
Capital Resource Conservation and Development, Inc.The LEAF Project (Leadership Education And Farming)2012-2013$20,000.00LEAF is a farm-based youth employment program that engages youth in the meaningful work of farming, cooking and hunger relief service to heighten youths' awareness of nutrition and food systems.
Capital Resource Conservation and Development, Inc.Sweet Meriam's Farm Preschool Program2012-2013$35,000.00Preschool children engage in hands-on experiences in the classroom and garden to learn about the importance of agriculture, the value of local produce and the benefits of healthy eating habits.
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness FoundationWorkplace Diabetes Initiative2008-2009$25,000.00The Diabetes Initiative is an innovative program involving individuals with diabetes and the coordinated efforts of employers, local healthcare providers (including pharmacists, physicians, and health educators) and health insurers to enable employees to better manage their disease. Foundation Initiative
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness FoundationPost Partum Adjustment (PPA) Support Group Pilot2008-2009$11,000.00PPA is addressed through a support group, materials and training. Initiative
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness FoundationWellness at Work (8)2012-2013$45,000.00Workplaces implement wellness programming focusing on nutrition, physical activity and tobacco cessation through the provision of program activities, policy development and environmental changes.
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness FoundationPennsylvania Coalition for Oral Health2012-2013$3,000.00This collaboration of oral health care advocates and experts will promote better dental care across the state.
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness FoundationPA Coalition for Oral Health Initiatives2011-2012$3,000.00Practices and policies that increase access to oral health services and prevention education support vulnerable Pennsylvanians. Foundation Initiative
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness Foundation Support Group for Postpartum Adjustment (PPA)2009-2010$7,680.00PPA is addressed through a support group, materials and training in coordination with the Carlisle Regional Medical Center. Foundation Initiative Renewal
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness Foundation Wellness at Work 2012-132011-2012$60,000.00Workplaces support employee health through nutrition, activity and tobacco cessation programs. Foundation Initiative Renewal
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryHealth Professional Scholarships2004-2005$25,000.00Scholarship help for local students who are pursuing post-high school degrees in healthcare-related fields. Students are expected to return to CAHWF's service area to work after graduation. Renewal.
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryHealth Professional Scholarships2003-2004$25,000.00Renewal funding for scholarships for local students who are pursuing post-high school degrees in healthcare-related fields. Students will be encouraged to return to CAHWF's service area to work after graduation.
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryHealth Professional Scholarships 2006-072005-2006$25,000.00Scholarships help local students who are pursuing post-high school degrees in healthcare-related fields. Students are expected to return to CAHWFs service area to work after graduation. Renewal
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryLuella Davis Scholarship2005-2006$10,000.00A one-time gift was added to the Carlisle Area Healthcare Auxiliary scholarship fund in honor of the contributions to local healthcare made by Luella Davis, RN and the H. Robert Davis, MD family.
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarships 2007-082006-2007$25,000.00Scholarships are offered to Foundation-area students in post-secondary healthcare programs. Renewal
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarships 2008-092007-2008$22,500.00Scholarships are offered to Foundation-area students in post-secondary healthcare programs. Renewal
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarships 2009-102008-2009$22,500.00Students in post-secondary healthcare programs ranging from nurses aide to registered nursing receive scholarships. Renewal
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarships2010-2011$22,500.00Scholarships are provided for eligible students in post-secondary healthcare programs. Renewal
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarships 2012-132011-2012$19,000.00Scholarships are provided for eligible students in post-secondary healthcare programs. Renewal
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarships 2013-142012-2013$10,000.00Scholarships are provided for eligible students in post-secondary healthcare programs.
Carlisle Area Healthcare Auxiliary Scholarships2009-2010$23,400.00Provides scholarships for eligible students in post-secondary healthcare programs. Renewal
Carlisle Area OIC Learning CenterCertified Nurse Aide Pre-Clinical and Clinical Training2006-2007$5,000.00By increasing the number of class sessions, students will be better prepared and the number of qualified Certified Nurse Assistants should increase.
Carlisle Area Opportunities Industrialization CenterOral Health Education2005-2006$848.00Oral health education and dental care is improved for an at-risk population.
Carlisle Area Religious Council (Project S.H.A.R.E)Infant Formula and Adult Nutrition2004-2005$146,000.00Infant formula, fresh fruits, vegetables and other nutritious foods are provided for persons in the Carlisle area. Renewal for two years.
Carlisle Area Religious Council (Project S.H.A.R.E.)Adult Nutrition Shortfall2006-2007$25,000.00Milk, cheese and bananas are continued components of SHAREs distribution.
Carlisle Area Religious Council (Project S.H.A.R.E.)Produce Expansion2006-2007$42,500.00Fresh produce and perishable food is stored and distributed for donation to four other regional, independent food pantries to help meet the 5 A Day USDA challenge for fruits and vegetables.
Carlisle Area Religious Council (Project S.H.A.R.E.)Adult Nutrition 2008-092007-2008$76,800.00Milk, cheese, bananas, oranges and orange juice are provided for SHARE clients. Renewal
Carlisle Area Religious Council (Project S.H.A.R.E.)Produce Expansion2007-2008$24,000.00Fresh produce and perishable food is offered to four other regional food pantries as well as related administrative support by SHARE. Renewal
Carlisle Area Religious Council (Project S.H.A.R.E.)Adult Nutrition 2009-102008-2009$76,800.00Milk, cheese, bananas, oranges and orange juice are provided for SHARE clients. Renewal
Carlisle Area Religious Council (Project S.H.A.R.E.)5-A-Day Challenge2008-2009$4,000.00Fresh produce and healthy food is offered to a regional pantry. Renewal
Carlisle Area Religious Council (Project S.H.A.R.E.) Adult Nutrition2006-2007$96,747.00Families receive 1% milk, cheese and bananas as Project SHARE recipients for 2007-08. Renewal
Carlisle Area Religious Counsil (Project S.H.A.R.E.)Regional Share2005-2006$2,000.00The delivery of fresh produce and perishable goods to other food banks is enhanced through coordination and transportation.
Carlisle Area School DistrictThe Opera of Health2005-2006$3,500.00This school assemble presentation helps educate students about exercise and nutrition. Bellaire Elementary School - $500 Crestview Elementary School - $500 Hamilton Elementary School - $500 LeTort Elementary School - $500 Mooreland Elementary School - $500 Mt. Holly Springs Elementary School - $500 North Dickinson Elementary School - $500
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School - True Lies with Phillip Telfer Assembly2005-2006$350.00This school assembly educated students about harmful media messages regarding drugs, alcohol and violences.
Carlisle Area School DistrictNorth Dickinson Elementary School PTO Elementary Playground2005-2006$1,500.00North Dickinson Elementary School PTO Elementary Playground New equipment was part of upgrading the schools outdoor playground area.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLeTort Elementary School Dancing for Health2006-2007$500.00A dancing instructor works with elementary school students to improve attitudes toward dancing as a form of life-long physical activity.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLeTort Elementary School Recess Physical Fitness2006-2007$1,500.00Playground equipment increases physical activity of students during recess.
Carlisle Area School DistrictMooreland Elementary School Fueling my Body, My Healthy Body and Bullying for Students2006-2007$1,550.00Through interactive classroom activities, second grade students increase their knowledge about nutrition and develop positive self-esteem.
Carlisle Area School DistrictPreschool Playground Equipment (McGowan Building)2006-2007$2,000.00Playground equipment increases physical activity of preschoolers.
Carlisle Area School DistrictHamilton Elementary School2006-2007$930.00Healthy Kids Shine A health fair emphasized the importance of increased activity and improved nutrition.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School2006-2007$2,000.00Pump It Up Fitness Day An off-site activity day provided incentive to increase activity levels within the school student body.
Carlisle Area School DistrictFitness for Life High School Seniors2007-2008$2,000.00Using pedometers, heart rate monitors and other educational equipment, high school seniors are motivated to make healthy lifestyle choices.
Carlisle Area School DistrictCrestview Elementary Playground Project2007-2008$2,000.00Playground equipment helps to increase students physical activity during recess.
Carlisle Area School DistrictHamilton Elementary Kids in Motion2007-2008$1,750.00Students at risk of being overweight receive specialized in-school instruction and enhanced physical activity.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School Milton Creagh Presentation2007-2008$2,000.00Students and parents receive a prevention message from a nationally known motivational speaker focusing on drug and alcohol abuse.
Carlisle Area School DistrictMt. Holly Springs Elementary - Playgrounds2007-2008$2,000.00Playground Equipment increases students physical activity during recess.
Carlisle Area School DistrictSwartz High School School Health2007-2008$324.00District-wide wellness efforts are improved with the availability and utilization of body fat analyzers.
Carlisle Area School DistrictWilson Middle School Milton Creagh Presentation2007-2008$2,000.00Students and parents receive a prevention message from a nationally known motivational speaker focusing on drug and alcohol abuse.
Carlisle Area School DistrictHamilton Elementary - FOODPLAY2008-2009$1,050.00 FOODPLAY Elementary students participate in a research-based assembly encouraging healthy eating and exercise habits.
Carlisle Area School DistrictMt. Holly Springs Elementary FOODPLAY2008-2009$900.00Elementary students participate in a research-based assembly encouraging healthy eating and exercise habits.
Carlisle Area School DistrictNorth Dickinson Elementary PTO Byrnes Health Center Field Trip2008-2009$2,000.00Through interactive classroom activities, elementary students increase their knowledge about dental health, emotional health and general wellness. Renewal
Carlisle Area School DistrictAsthma Prevention2008-2009$500.00An Asthma Prevention Program will reduce the number of rescue inhaler doses.
Carlisle Area School DistrictGo Girls Go-2009-2010$1,000.00Crestview Elementary Through this afterschool program, girls will increase knowledge about nutrition and prepare to complete a two mile run.
Carlisle Area School DistrictGo Girls Go2009-2010$1,000.00Lamberton Middle School Through this afterschool program, girls will increase knowledge about nutrition and prepare to complete a two mile run.
Carlisle Area School DistrictHigh School - Bullied-Teaching Tolerance2010-2011$2,000.00Adolescent behavioral health improves through student and teacher trainings that promote tolerance and prevent negative outcomes tied to student harassment.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School Go Girls Go2010-2011$1,000.00Through this afterschool program, girls increase knowledge about nutrition and prepare to complete a two mile run. Renewal
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School STAR Group2010-2011$510.00Students organize and participate in a lunchtime walking club to increase their daily physical activity.
Carlisle Area School DistrictHigh School Bullied-Teaching Tolerance2010-2011$2,000.00Student and teacher trainings by Jamie Nabozny are aimed at promoting tolerance and preventing student harassment.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School Go Girls Go2010-2011$1,000.00Afterschool program for teenage girls offers nutritional education and prepares teens to complete a two-mile run.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School STAR Group2010-2011$510.00Students organize and participate in a lunchtime walking club to increase their daily physical activity.
Carlisle Area School DistrictImproving Youth Nutrition & Activity2011-2012$28,083.00Schools implement a variety of proven policy, program and environmental change strategies to improve youth nutrition and physical activity. Strategic Goal
Carlisle Area School DistrictHamilton Elementary Stability Balls Incorporation2011-2012$750.00Fifth grade class seeks to increase engagement of special needs youth through the use of stability balls.
Carlisle Area School DistrictHigh School/Center for Careers and Technology Early Childhood Education and Preschool2011-2012$2,000.00Playground equipment is purchased to increase students physical activity during school time.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School Go Girls Go2011-2012$1,000.00After-school program for teenage girls offers nutritional education and prepares teens to complete a two-mile run. Renewal
Carlisle Area School DistrictOperation Lunchline Assembly & Summer Fitness Fun2011-2012$2,000.00Classroom instruction, an interactive large group assembly and take home activities promote good nutrition and physical activity in grades K-5.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLeTort Elementary/New Playground Structure2012-2013$2,000.00Support replacement of aged and worn playground structure with a new structure that offers more opporutnities for physical activity.
Carlisle Area School DistrictNorth Dickinson Elementary/Life Skills Swim Lessons2012-2013$728.00Students in Life Skills Class learn basic water skills by participating in individualized swimming lessons.
Carlisle Area School DistrictCrestview Elementary/Operation Lunch Line Assembly2012-2013$1,300.00Promote good nutrition and physical activity with elementary school students through an interactive large group assembly and subsequent classroom activities.
Carlisle Area School DistrictHamilton Elementary/Operation Lunch Line Assembly2012-2013$850.00Promote good nutrition and physical activity with elementary school students through an interactive large group assembly and subsequent classroom activities.
Carlisle Area School DistrictBellaire Elementary/Operation Lunch Line2012-2013$850.00Promote good nutrition and physical activity with elementary school students through an interactive large group assembly and subsequent classroom activities.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School/Go Girls Go2012-2013$1,000.00After-school program for teenage girls offers nutrition education and trains teens to participate in a community walk/run event.
Carlisle Area School DistrictMooreland Elementary School/Go Girls Go2012-2013$1,000.00By participating in an afterschool program, students will increase knowledge about nutrition, the benefits of physical activity and will train to complete a 5K run.
Carlisle Area School DistrictNorth Dickinson Elementary/Byrnes Health Center Field Trip2012-2013$630.00Through interactive classroom activities, elementary students will increase their knowledge about healthy living and general wellness.
Carlisle Area School District Bellaire ElementaryHealthy Habits Snack Time2011-2012$855.00Second grade students learn to make healthy food choices and healthy snacks.
Carlisle Area School District Lamberton Middle SchoolGo Girls Go2011-2012$1,000.00After-school program for teenage girls offers nutrition education and trains teens to complete a two-mile run. Renewal
Carlisle Area School District North Dickinson Elementary PTOByrnes Health Center Field Trip2011-2012$630.00Through interactive classroom activities, students learn about dental health, drug and alcohol prevention, and general wellness. Renewal
Carlisle Area School District North Dickinson Elementary PTOLife Skills Swimming Lessons2011-2012$730.00Students in Life Skills Class learn basic water skills by participating in individualized swimming lessons.
Carlisle Area School District/Hamilton ElementaryStability Balls Incorporation2011-2012$750.00A fifth grade class strives to increase the engagement of special needs youth through the use of stability balls.
Carlisle Arts Learning Center, Inc.ArtWorks! CONNECT/CALC Collaboration2012-2013$2,000.00Through interactive activities, at-risk middle school students receive specific instruction on stress management and healthy expression as part of a comprehensive Healthy Lifestyles youth development summer program.
Carlisle C.A.R.E.S.CPR training classes2012-2013$500.00A local shelter will improve its capacity to handle emergency situations through CPR training classes.
Carlisle Christian AcademyHealth and Wellness Initiatives2006-2007$1,620.00Pedometers, incentives and other materials encourage students to increase regular physical activity. Renewal
Carlisle Christian AcademyNutritional/Social Wellness Initiatives2007-2008$1,210.00Using a nutritional consultant and student/staff incentives, the school will expand the scope of food services.
Carlisle Day CareCarlisle Early Education Center2006-2007$1,010.00Proper equipment should help to reduce the incidence of disease through improved hand washing.
Carlisle Day CareCarlisle Early Education Center2009-2010$1,900.00Hand washing equipment for two classrooms should reduce the incidence of disease. Healthy People Grant
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life2004-2005$20,873.00A comprehensive program instructs obese youth and teens with their families in activity, good fitness practices and sensible nutrition in order to improve both health and self-esteem.
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life2005-2006$24,220.00A comprehensive program instructs obese youth and teens with their families in activity, good fitness practices and sensible nutrition in order to improve both health and self-esteem.
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life2005-2006$14,700.00After school programs instruct obese elementary students and their families in good fitness practices and sensible nutrition. Renewal
Carlisle Family YMCAYouth Fitness Center2005-2006$24,100.00Exercise opportunities will be increased for the communitys young people by equipping a Youth Fitness Center.
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life Summer 20072006-2007$1,800.00Instruction in good fitness practices and sensible nutrition continued throughout the summer months for obese teens and their families. Renewal
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life Fall 20072007-2008$12,661.00This comprehensive program instructs overweight and obese youth and teens with their families in activity, good fitness practices and sensible nutrition in order to improve both health and self-esteem. Renewal.
Carlisle Family YMCAActive for Life2007-2008$13,222.00A summer resident camp program immerses obese youth and teens in activity, good fitness practices and sensible nutrition in order to improve both health and self-esteem.
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life2007-2008$13,000.00This comprehensive program instructs obese youth and teens with their families in activity, good fitness practices and sensible nutrition. 2007-08 Renewal $13,000; 2008-09 Renewal $24,150
Carlisle Family YMCAFuture Fitness Initiative2008-2009$1,990.00Students participating in YMCA classes have an opportunity to use computer-based technology to exercise and be active.
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life2008-2009$33,600.00Obese youth and teens are instructed with their families in activity, good fitness practices and sensible nutrition. Renewal
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life2009-2010$18,260.00Obese youth and teens are instructed with their families in activity, good fitness practices and sensible nutrition. Renewal
Carlisle Family YMCA7th Grade Initiative2010-2011$2,000.00Good mental and physical health is promoted by offering free Y memberships with special programming to all 7th grade youth in Carlisle and S. Middleton School Districts.
Carlisle Family YMCAOne West Penn Wellness Part II2010-2011$9,058.00A customized wellness programming targets seniors in a residential community to promote improved nutrition and increased activity. Foundation Initiative
Carlisle Family YMCA7th Grade Initiative2010-2011$2,000.00Good mental and physical health is promoted through a free Y membership program for all 7th grade youth in Carlisle and South Middleton School Districts.
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life2010-2011$17,570.00Overweight youth and family members receive instruction on ways to improve physical activity and nutrition. Renewal
Carlisle Family YMCAOne West Penn Wellness Part II2010-2011$9,058.00A customized wellness program for seniors in a residential community promotes good nutrition and physical fitness. Foundation Initiative
Carlisle Family YMCA7th Grade Initiative2011-2012$1,100.00Good mental and physical health is promoted through a free Y membership program for all 7th grade youth in Carlisle and South Middleton School Districts. Renewal
Carlisle Family YMCAFit for Life2011-2012$17,079.00Overweight youth and family members receive instruction on ways to improve physical activity and nutrition. Renewal
Carlisle Regional Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (CRANA)Safe Routes to School2007-2008$70,000.00By assessing existing conditions and surveying parents and students, a strategic plan will be developed to create a safer walking environment to entice more elementary students at three schools to walk and bicycle. Foundation Initiative.
Carlisle Regional Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (CRANA)Wellness at Work Year 32007-2008$65,000.00Begun in 2005 as a pilot, the workplace wellness project now involves a select group of employers who agree to engage in activities and educational programs to promote, support and enhance employee health and wellness in the areas of nutrition, activity and tobacco cessation. Foundation Initiative - Renewal.
Carlisle Regional Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (CRANA)Wellness at Work Sustenance Funding2008-2009$25,000.00Temporary funding to sustain workplace wellness activities until the beginning of the next project year. Eight employers continue to engage in activities to promote, support and enhance employee health in areas of nutrition, activity and tobacco cessation. Foundation Initiative Renewal
Carlisle Regional Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (CRANA)Safe Routes to School2008-2009$15,000.00Implementation of Strategies Big Spring, Hamilton and Mooreland elementary schools create a safer walking and biking to school. Initiative Renewal
Carlisle Regional Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (CRANA)Wellness at Work Sustenance Funding2008-2009$25,000.00Employers engage in activities to enhance employee health around nutrition, activity and tobacco cessation. Initiative Renewal
Carlisle Regional Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (CRANA)Wellness at Work Year 2009-102008-2009$65,000.00Initiative Renewal
Carlisle Regional Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (CRANA)Wellness at Work 2010-112009-2010$65,000.00Employers engage in activities to enhance employee health around nutrition, activity and tobacco cessation. Foundation Initiative Renewal
Carlisle Regional Advocates for Nutrition and Activity (CRANA)Wellness at Work 2011-122010-2011$70,000.00Workplaces support employee health through nutrition, activity and tobacco cessation programs. Foundation Initiative Renewal
Carlisle Victory Circle, Inc.Carlisle Victory Circle Community Connections Program2012-2013$2,000.00This afterschool program will empower students to realize and engage in activities that will prepare them to be successful in school and in life.
Carlisle YMCAFit for Life2003-2004$7,426.00Renewal matching funds to enable the YMCA to continue its Fit For Life program to motivate adolescents to achieve a healthy body and active lifestyle through exercises, nutrition and life choices.
Carlisle YMCAFit for Life2002-2003$7,760.00These are matching funds for the YMCA to begin a new Fit for Life Program. This is an active lifestyle program to support and motivate adolescents to achieve a healthy body weight. Program focus areas are exercise, nutrition and life choices.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Harrisburg, Inc. Cumberland Perry Families Based Mental Health Services2010-2011$2,000.00Two staff members providing home-based mental health services to needy families receive field laptops to streamline home-based intake, progress planning and data reporting.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Harrisburg, Inc.Cumberland Perry Family Based Mental Health Services2010-2011$2,000.00Mental health workers receive field laptops to streamline home-based intake and data reporting.
Central PA Coalition United to Fight CancerLoving Souls Cancer Education Workshop2006-2007$500.00By underwriting costs for registration, health screening and outreach, minority women from the Carlisle region attended a cancer awareness workshop.
Central Pennsylvania Youth BalletCarlisleFIT2010-2011$2,000.00Start-up costs are provided to launch a community program promoting healthy lifestyles through dance.
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse2006-2007$16,000.00The Shippensburg Community Nurse program provides free in-home health services for the elderly and lower-income population. Renewal
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse2007-2008$15,200.00The Shippensburg Community Nurse program provides free in-home health services for the elderly and lower-income population. Renewal.
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse 2008-092008-2009$16,000.00The Shippensburg Community Nurse program provides free in-home health services for non-acute needs of the elderly and lower-income population in the Shippensburg area. Renewal
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse 2009-102009-2010$20,500.00Free in-home health services addresses non-acute needs of the elderly and lower-income population. Renewal
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse 20112010-2011$16,000.00Free in-home health services addresses non-acute needs of the elderly and lower-income population. Renewal
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse 20112010-2011$16,000.00Free in-home health services address the non-acute needs of low-income, older adults. Renewal
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse2011-2012$16,000.00Free in-home health services address the non-acute needs of low-income, older adults. Renewal
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse 20132012-2013$16,000.00Free in-home health services address the non-acute needs of low-income, older adults.
Clean Air Board of Central PAClean Air Advocate2007-2008$22,500.00The Clean Air Board (CAB) coordinates a part-time staff position that will be co-managed by CAHWF and CAB. The advocate will primarily focus on policy development in local schools, formation of a stakeholders group and seeking grant opportunities. Foundation Initiative
Clean Air Board of Central PAComprehensive Traffic Study of Downtown Carlisle2007-2008$2,000.00A comprehensive traffic study will be conducted in Carlisle to reduce truck traffic, traffic congestion, air pollution and promote connections for pedestrians and bicycles.
Clean Air CouncilGreater Carlisle Area Diesel Difference2005-2006$25,000.00An assessment was commissioned to identify data on local air quality and helpful strategies to address identified issues, culminating in a report to the community.
Clinical Outcomes Group, Inc.Project Fresh-Head Start2008-2009$44,600.00By providing training and technical assistance, a local Head Start program can institute policies designed to decrease tobacco use and exposure to second hand smoke among low income populations.
Clinical Outcomes Group, Inc.Project Fresh-Head Start2009-2010$40,000.00With training and technical assistance, Head Start will institute policies to decrease tobacco use and exposure to second hand smoke. Renewal
Comfort Care of Holy Spirit, Inc.Home Health Technology2002-2003$62,126.00This funding will help purchase technology to report a patient's vital information from their home to a Comfort Care home care technician. The Comfort Care technician can then communicate to the patient via this technology with reminders for medication, meal, exercise and instructions to administer correct insulin dosage and injections.
CONTACT HelplineExpansion2002-2003$8,950.00Funds will be used to expand CONTACT Helpline, a 24-hour/7 days a week information and referral service, services to parts of Franklin and Adams Counties within the Foundation's catchment area.
Cumberland County American Red CrossAvian Flu Pandemic2006-2007$20,000.00Public education regarding preparedness for the potential Avian flu pandemic is provided to residents to enhance the disaster readiness of communities, employers, families and individuals. Foundation Initiative
Cumberland County American Red CrossCarlisle Community Pool Shade Structure2006-2007$2,000.00A shade shelter protects swimming pool patrons at a community pool from harmful UV radiation.
Cumberland County American Red CrossGeneration Give Back2009-2010$2,500.00Training materials support health education through a volunteer youth program. Healthy People Grant
Cumberland County Chiefs of Police AssociationCrisis Negotiation Training2002-2013$1,000.00Four members of the Cumberland County Crisis Negotiation Team will receive training and certification to mitigate high risk situations involving violence or weapons.
Cumberland Valley Diabetes Education and Awareness FundDiabetes Awareness Day2004-2005$2,000.00A local Diabetes Awareness Day featured national speakers and education for the public and providers.
Cumberland Valley Grange 2104Container Gardening Pizza in a Pot2011-2012$2,000.00Two educational gardening workshops and container gardening supplies support individuals using the Kings Kettle food bank in learning about ways to grow healthy foods.
Cumberland Valley Habitat for HumanityAir Filtration System2006-2007$600.00A family with asthmatic children benefit from the installation of a specialized air filtration system.
Cumberland Valley Rails to Trails CouncilRail Trail Extension2009-2010$25,000.00Land will be acquired for the trail from Newville to Carlisle to increase access and opportunities for physical activity. Foundation Initiative
Cumberland Valley Rails to Trails CouncilRail Trail Extension Phase II2011-2012$24,500.00Planning grant supports the expansion of the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail from Newville to Carlisle. Foundation Initiative Renewal
Cumberland Valley Rails-To-Trails Council, Inc.Helmets for Kids2008-2009$2,000.00By participating in scheduled safety classes, families are encouraged to ride bicycles for exercise and earn bicycle helmets for the children.
Cumberland Valley Rails-to-Trails Council, Inc.Cumberland Valley Rail Trail - Carlisle Extension: Phase 12012-2013$65,000.00Engineering and construction of an underpass and section of trail to support Phase I of the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail extension from Newville to Carlisle.
Cumberland Valley School District/Monroe ElementaryGirls Running Club2011-2012$300.00Through an after-school club, students learn about nutrition and improve their running skills.
Cumberland-Perry Association for Retarded CitizensConference Sponsorship2003-2004$900.00This funding sponsored the featured speaker on the topic of Bullying at a local special education conference for teachers.
Cumberland-Perry Association for Retarded Citizens (CPARC)Prescriptions Advocate for Medicare Part D / Cumberland County2005-2006$25,000.00Through CPARC, a temporary coordinator will work in Cumberland County for six months to assist in the provider and volunteer training, promotion and enrollment of individuals into the new government prescription program.
Cumberland-Perry Association for Retarded Citizens (CPARC)Prescription Advocate for Medicare Part D / Perry County2005-2006$10,340.00Through CPARC, a temporary coordinator will work in Perry County for six months to assist in the provider and volunteer training, promotion and enrollment of individuals into the new government prescription program.
Cumberland-Perry Association for Retarded Citizens (CPARC)Extension of Medicare D Prescription Enrollment Advocates for Cumberland and Perry Counties2005-2006$7,128.00 An extension of services for two temporary coordinators to focus on the new Medicare D Prescription program was granted. Renewal
David & Libby Rosen Center for Healthy FamiliesCumberland/Perry Nurse Family Partnership2005-2006$145,150.00This evidence-based program uses specially trained nurses to provide health education, coaching, referrals and support to first-time low-income pregnant women from early in the pregnancy through the childs second birthday.
Diakon Lutheran Social MinistriesPerry Mental Health Office2003-2004$9,200.00Start-up funds will allow the office to be opened one day a week in Perry County.
Diakon Lutheran Social MinistriesPerry Families2003-2004$131,546.00Renewal funding for home-based treatment/support for children at risk of or returning from out-of-home placement for mental health/behavioral problems. Program includes family services also.
Diakon Lutheran Social MinistriesBig Spring Senior Center2002-2003$2,000.00The Big Spring Senior Center will initiate an Experts on Health project. This is an educational project that brings qualified professionals to the Center every month to discuss health-related issues.
Diakon Lutheran Social MinistriesDomestic Violence Services for Cumberland & Perry County2002-2003$61,568.00Domestic Violence services targeted at batterers and for the families at-risk of domestic violence in Cumberland and Perry County.
Diakon Lutheran Social MinistriesPERRY Families Initiative2002-2003$141,051.00PERRY Families is a home-based treatment program for families with children at-risk of or returning from, out-of-home placement for mental health/behavioral problems.
Diakon Lutheran Social MinistriesPerry Families Initiative2005-2006$137,714.00Intensive counseling supports Perry County children who are at risk of out-of-home placement and their families. Renewal
Diakon Lutheran Social MinistriesPerry Families Initiative 07-082006-2007$130,000.00Intensive counseling supports Perry County children who are at risk of out-of-home placement and their families. Renewal
Diakon Lutheran Social MinistriesPerry Families Initiative 2008-092007-2008$100,000.00Intensive counseling supports Perry County children who are at risk of out-of-home placements and their families. Renewal
Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries/TresslerPerry Families Initiative2004-2005$141,217.00Intensive counseling supports Perry County children who are at risk of out-of-home placement and their families. Renewal.
Dickinson CollegeCONNECT2009-2010$1,800.00Through interactive activities, at-risk middle school students receive instruction in healthy lifestyles as part of a comprehensive youth development summer program.
Dickinson CollegeCONNECT2011-2012$2,000.00Summer program for middle school students promotes healthy lifestyles and positive youth development. Renewal
Dickinson CollegeCONNECT-CALC COLLABORATION2012-2013$2,000.00Through interactive activities, at-risk middle school students receive specific instruction on nutrition and physical activity as part of a comprehensive Healthy Lifestyles youth development summer program.
Dickinson College CONNECT2010-2011$2,000.00Summer program for middle school students promotes healthy lifestyles and positive youth development. Renewal
Domestic Violence ServicesAMEND2009-2010$12,000.00By participating in this educational process, men who batter their partners will become non-violent in their family relationships. Healthy People Grant
Domestic Violence ServicesAMEND2010-2011$9,000.00By participating in this educational process, men who batter their partners should become non-violent in their family relationships. Healthy People Grant Renewal
Domestic Violence ServicesAMEND2010-2011$9,000.00Men with histories as domestic abusers receive training on the development of nonviolent family relationships. Healthy People Grant Renewal
Domestic Violence ServicesAMEND2011-2012$12,000.00Men with histories as domestic abusers receive training on the development of nonviolent family relationships. Healthy People Grant Renewal
Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland and Perry CountiesPublic Education Specialist2003-2004$9,999.00Renewal funding will expand the Public Education Specialist position to improve the public's recognition of and response to the needs of domestic violence victims.
Downtown Carlisle AssociationBiddle Mission Park Walking Path2009-2010$8,500.00A walking trail around the perimeter of Biddle Mission Park will increase opportunities for close to home activity and serve as a link to other trails. Foundation Initiative
Eastern Regional Conference Churches of GodMt. Holly Springs Church of God 5-A-Day Challenge2012-2013$2,000.00Fresh produce and other healthy foods are made available at a regional food pantry.
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training2007-2008$17,250.00Through special sessions of class preparation the number of qualified Certified Nurse Assistants will increase. Renewal.
Employment Skills CenterCNA HACC Scholarships Fall 20082007-2008$5,265.00Scholarships allow graduates of the Employment Skills Center to attend the Harrisburg Area Community Colleges Certified Nursing Aide course.
Employment Skills CenterHealth Care Training and Employment2008-2009$20,000.00New populations of certified nurse aides are trained and employed addressing health-care industry shortages, enhancing delivery of healthcare, and lifting participants from poverty and dependence to employment and self sufficiency. Renewal
Employment Skills CenterEMT Training Project2008-2009$2,000.00This pilot recruits, trains and places new Emergency Medical Technicians into employment.
Employment Skills CenterEMT Training & Employment2009-2010$5,000.00Medical Technicians are trained to help address healthcare shortages. Renewal
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training and Employment2009-2010$37,000.00Certified nurse aides are trained and employed to address a shortage and enhance delivery of healthcare. Renewal
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training and Employment2010-2011$25,000.00Certified nurse aides are trained and employed to address a shortage and enhance delivery of healthcare. Renewal
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training and Employment2010-2011$12,000.00To support a strong pipeline of health professionals, nurse aides become trained, certified and employed. Renewal $25,000; Renewal
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training and Employment2011-2012$30,000.00To support a strong pipeline of health professionals, nurse aides become trained, certified and employed. Renewal
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training and Employment 2012-142012-2013$52,500.00To support a strong pipeline of health professionals, nurse aides become trained, certified and employed.
Family & Children's ServicesCarlisle Services2002-2003$42,750.00Funding will allow F&CS to expand Carlisle mental health services and add additional psychiatric time for children and adults.
Family Health Council of Central PA, Inc. Cumberland Perry Tapestry of HealthCooking and Nutrition2004-2005$17,200.00Funds provide cooking classes to lower-income and at-risk population to improve family nutrition.
Family Health Council of Central PA, Inc./Cumberland Perry Tapestry of HealthCooking Nutrition2006-2007$13,614.00Cooking classes geared at low to moderate income families teaches economic and healthy meals. Renewal
Family Health Council of Central Pa, Inc./Cumberland Perry Tapestry of Health Cooking Healthy on Purpose2007-2008$8,100.00Cooking classes for moderate income and at-risk population help to improve family nutrition. Renewal
Family Health Council/Cumberland Perry Tapestry of HealthEat This Way2011-2012$1,000.00Classes for high school students promote good nutrition and proper serving sizes, and healthy choices.
First Presbyterian ChurchSupper in a Sack2006-2007$800.00Cooking classes are targeted specifically for families affected by diabetes.
Friends of Opossum Lake ConservancyTrail Guides and Maps2006-2007$1,230.00Trail guides and maps are distributed so the community can fully utilize recreational activities at a local park.
Friends of South Middleton Parks, Trees and TrailsTrail Map2006-2007$1,375.00Brochures featuring the location and description of all South Middleton Township hiking/biking trails help increase their use.
GaudenziaAdolescent Services Expansion2003-2004$49,900.00This program expands based and outpatient substance abuse services for adolescents 11-18 years old in the Carlisle area.
GaudenziaAdolescent Services Expansion2004-2006$106,300.00This program expands based and outpatient substance abuse services for adolescents 11-18 years old in the Carlisle area. Renewed for 2 years (2004-2006)
Gaudenzia, Inc.Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Expansion2006-2007$123,800.00Access to outpatient substance abuse treatment for adolescents will be maintained as well as group education and support services for their families. Renewal
Gaudenzia, Inc.Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment2008-2009$65,900.00The project maintains improved access to outpatient substance abuse treatment for adolescents and their families. Renewal
Gaudenzia, Inc.Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment2009-2010$66,000.00The project maintains improved access to outpatient substance abuse treatment for adolescents and their families. Renewal
HACC FoundationHealth Professional Scholarships2004-2005$75,000.00Scholarships help local students who are pursuing post-high school degrees in healthcare-related fields. Students are expected to return to CAHWF's service area to work after graduation. Renewal.
HACC FoundationScholarships2003-2004$75,000.00Funding for scholarships for local students who are pursuing post-high school degrees in healthcare-related fields. Students will be encouraged to return to CAHWF's service area to work after graduation.
HACC FoundationPatient Simulator2003-2004$51,579.00Funding to purchase a state-of-the-art patient simulator for HACC's healthcare students.
HACC FoundationHealth Professional Scholarships 2006-072005-2006$75,000.00Scholarships help local students who are pursuing post-high school degrees in healthcare-related fields. Students are expected to return to CAHWFs service area to work after graduation. Renewal
HACC FoundationScholarships 2007-082006-2007$75,000.00Scholarships help local students who are pursuing post-high school degrees in healthcare-related fields. Students are expected to return to CAHWFs service area to work after graduation. Renewal
HACC FoundationScholarships 2008-092008-2009$119,250.00Scholarships help local students who are pursuing post-high school degrees in healthcare-related fields. Students are expected to return to CAHWFs service area to work after graduation. Renewal for three semesters.
HACC FoundationNursing and Allied Health Scholarships2009-2010$87,000.00Scholarships help students pursue degrees in healthcare-related fields and are expected to return to CAHWFs region to work upon graduation. Renewal
HACC FoundationScholarships 2011-122010-2011$87,000.00Scholarships assist students pursuing educational degrees in healthcare-related fields. Renewal
HACC FoundationScholarships 2012-132011-2012$73,000.00Scholarships assist students pursuing educational degrees for careers in healthcare. Renewal
Hanover Hospital, Inc.Northeast Adams County Needs Assessment for Low-Income, At-Risk Populations2006-2007$18,000.00The survey will focus on the Hispanic residents and measure specifically their access to care issues in Northeast Adams County. Healthy People Grant
Hanover Hospital, Inc.Seniors Aging with Grace and Energy (SAGE)2006-2007$83,200.00This pilot program in collaboration with the Cumberland County Redevelopment Authority is to provide comprehensive, community-based training, education and support for residents of several senior residential sites to improve their health, fitness and knowledge. Programming will also be offered to the community as possible.
Hanover Hospital, Inc.SAGE Consultant2006-2007$25,000.00Consultation will be offered by an expert on exercise and wellness programs for seniors.
Harrisburg Area Community College FoundationHealthcare Scholarships2012-2013$50,000.00To provide scholarships for area HACC students in nursing and related healthcare studies programs.
Health SharePrescription Services2003-2004$9,999.00Funding is provided for prescription assistance to qualifying clients.
Health Share Community PartnershipPrescription and Durable Medical Equipment2004-2005$15,000.00Prescription drugs and durable medical equipment are provided for low-income persons in the CAHWF area. Renewal.
Healthy Lifestyles FoundationCross PA Health Ride and Kids Fitness Days2009-2010$1,000.00Health promotion materials are provided for local school students in conjunction with a state-wide obesity awareness campaign.
Historic Carlisle, Inc.Walking Tour of Carlisle's Wayside Markers2005-2006$1,000.00Brochures featuring a walking route for Carlisle's historical markers were printed and distributed.
Historic Carlisle, Inc. Walking Tour of Carlisles Wayside Markers2006-2007$1,000.00Brochures feature a walking route for Carlisles historical markers. Renewal
Hoffman Homes for YouthInteractive Metronome Training System2003-2004$6,674.00Assist with costs to administer the Interactive Metronome Training System. This system will benefit children suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Hoffman Homes, Inc.Youth Fitness Center2004-2005$9,500.00Equipment was purchased for a new Fitness Center and teen obesity program.
Holy Spirit HospitalSocial Service Pharmacy Fund2004-2005$500.00Short term prescription fund is available for indigent patients from the CAHWF area discharged by Holy Spirit Hospital.
Hope StationSubstance Abuse Prevention Coalition Media Education Promotion2005-2006$24,800.00This multifaceted prevention initiative uses family-based materials, a comic strip and public service announcements to address, educate and increase public awareness of current local alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) issues.
Hope StationCancer Awareness Workshop2009-2010$500.00Through outreach and a nutrition education/demonstration, the Hope Station area receives cancer education and support.
Hope StationKids Café2010-2011$1,600.00Children participating in Hope Stations after-school program receive nutrition education and fresh fruits and vegetables.
Hope Station Opportunity Area Neighborhood CouncilHealth Advocate2004-2005$50,969.00The Health Advocate program is to reduce chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes and obesity; provide community education; and improve access to health care for residents of the Hope Station area of Carlisle. In addition to community-based programs, approximately 25 high-risk residents will receive individual care plans.
Hope Station Opportunity Area Neighborhood CouncilCarlisle Circulator Bus2012-2013$6,000.00This demonstration grant will provide transportation services to low income individuals needing acess to health care and human services in the greater Carlisle area.
Hope Station Opportunity Area Neighborhood CouncilHope Station Kid's Cafe2012-2013$2,000.00Children at Hope Station will receive nutritional education and healthy beverages as part of the healthy snacks and meals provided during this after-school program. RENEWAL
Hospice of Central PACompassionate Care for Carlisle Community2004-2006$204,327.00Enhanced hospice services are available for western Cumberland and Perry Counties, including an office site, palliative care and staff training. Renewal for two years.
Hospice of Central PAExpansion into CAHWF Region2003-2004$112,292.00Renewal funding will allow Hospice to hire home health aides to serve more patients in CAHWF's geographic area as well as improve physician relations and volunteer recruitment and training.
Hospice of Central PAExpansion into Region2002-2003$112,500.00This funding will allow Hospice to hire a home health aides to serve more patients in CAHWF's geographic territory as well as improve physicain relations and volunteer recruitment and training.
Hospice of Central PACare Carlisle Community 2007-082006-2007$106,176.00Enhanced hospice services are available for western Cumberland and Perry Counties, including an office site, palliative care and staff training. Renewal
Hospice of Central PACare Carlisle Community 2008-092007-2008$86,000.00Access to and delivery of Hospice services are greatly improved through an office site in Carlisle, enhanced services, and staff training in palliative care. Renewal
Hospice of Central PACare Carlisle Community 2009-102008-2009$80,000.00Hospice services are extended through an office in Carlisle with expanded services. Renewal
Hospice of Central PACare Carlisle Community 2010-112009-2010$79,600.00Hospice care is extended through an office in Carlisle with expanded services. Renewal
Hospice of Central PACare Carlisle Community 2011-122010-2011$79,600.00Hospices Carlisle office is expanded to provide care for area residents. Renewal
Hospice of Central PACare Carlisle Community 2012-132011-2012$69,880.00Hospices Carlisle office is expanded to provide care for area residents. Renewal
Hospice of Central PennsylvaniaCare for the Carlisle Community2012-2013$58,800.00Access to and delivery of Hospice services are greatly improved by funding an office site in Carlisle.
Jewish Family Service of Greater Harrisburg, Inc.How Building Attachments Helps Children in Care & Their Caregivers, Even Without Permanency2007-2008$400.00Scholarships were available for a seminar to enhance the understanding of attachment disorders and the available treatments for children among adoptive and foster parents and the professionals who work with them.
Jewish Healthcare FoundationPA Healthcare Funders Collaborative2011-2012$3,500.00The PA Healthcare Funders Collaborative organizes a group of health funders to work together towards effective solutions. Foundation Initiative
Jewish Healthcare FoundationPennsylvania Health Funders Collaborative2012-2013$3,000.00Through collaboraing and networking this initiative advances a unified voice among funders working acorss Pennsylvania.
Join HandsCOMPASS Pilot for Perry County2004-2005$3,000.00Support and assistance is offered to help parents sign up for the Children's Health Insurance Program and other related programs.
Join HandsFamily Practice Center 2005 Health Fair2005-2006$2,000.00Blood screenings are provided for individuals attending a community health fair in Perry County.
Join HandsEmergency Access for Prescription Medication2005-2006$25,000.00Prescribed medication and limited medical equipment is procured for people who are under/uninsured. Renewal
Join HandsAccounting Software2006-2007$350.00The ability to efficiently report financial and grant activities will be enhanced with computer software.
Join HandsFamily Practice Center 2006 Health Fair2006-2007$1,650.00Residents receive free health screenings at a health fair in western Perry County. Renewal
Join HandsDurable Medical Equipment Lending2006-2007$18,000.00A durable medical equipment loan program serves qualifying residents in the geographical area of western Perry County. Goossens Initiative
Join HandsEmergency Access for Prescription2007-2008$2,500.00Support services are provided to facilitate a satellite prescription assistance program in Perry County. Renewal.
Join HandsFamily Practice Center 2008 Health Fair2008-2009$1,500.00Residents received free screenings at a health fair in western Perry County. Renewal
Join HandsFood Bank/5-A-Day Challenge2008-2009$4,000.00Fresh produce and healthy food is offered to a regional food pantry. Renewal
Join HandsDurable Medical Equipment Lending2011-2012$18,000.00A durable medical equipment loan program serves qualified residents in western Perry County. Goossens Initiative Renewal
Join Hands MinistryEquipment Request2012-2013$1,638.00Frontline staff will receive a desk top computer to improve clients' access to apply for health and human service programs.
LeTort Regional AuthorityLRA Website Upgrade2011-2012$1,450.00The LeTort Regional Authority website is redesigned to promote the LeTort nature trail and activities related to the regional trail network.
Lupus FoundationChildrens Coping Kits2003-2004$3,500.00This grant provides partial funding for the Children's Coping Kits which were designed to educate and support children and families who suffer with Lupus with an emphasis on rural and underserved areas.
Maranatha CarlisleFinancial Management Service2009-2010$7,500.00Individuals with behavioral health challenges benefit from financial management services and spending plan guidance. Healthy People Grant
Maranatha CarlisleFinancial Management Service2010-2011$7,500.00Individuals with behavioral health challenges benefit from financial management services and spending plan guidance. Healthy People Grant Renewal
Maranatha CarlisleFinancial Management Service2011-2012$7,500.00Individuals with behavioral health needs receive financial management services and spending plan guidance. Healthy People Grant Renewal
Maranatha Carlisle Financial Management Service2010-2011$7,500.00Individuals with behavioral health needs receive financial management services and spending plan guidance. Healthy People Grant Renewal
Mooreland Elementary SchoolWalking Program2004-2005$1,950.00Pedometers were purchased for some Carlisle Area School District students to encourage activity.
Mt. Holly Church of God/Mt. Holly Food Bank5-A-Day Challenge2008-2009$4,000.00Fresh produce and healthy food is offered to a regional food pantry. Renewal
Mt. Holly Springs Church of GodFood Pantry2010-2011$4,000.00Fresh produce and healthy food is offered to a regional food pantry. Renewal
Mt. Holly Springs Church of GodFood Pantry 5-A-Day Challenge2011-2012$4,000.00Fresh produce and other healthy foods are made available at a regional food pantry. Renewal
Mt. Holly Springs Church of God Food Pantry2010-2011$4,000.00Fresh produce and other healthy foods are made available at a regional food pantry. Renewal
National Multiple Sclerosis SocietyCarlisle Area Health and Wellness Foundation Freedom Grants2002-2003$23,750.00This one-time funding for special needs of persons with MS in Cumberland County will provide 40 families grants of $750, and 35 individuals grants of $500 for items such as durable medical equipment, air conditioners, transportation to medical appointments, respite care, and physical accommodations related to MS challenges.
New Face of FitnessCollaboration: Steps to Getting Started2004-2005$19,202.00This demonstration grant is designed to attract and retain women in an exercise program who traditionally do not feel comfortable or cannot keep up with mainstream aerobics/fitness classes. Along with activity the women aged 20-55 will receive nutritional and other health information.
Newville Day CareStaff Support2003-2004$9,456.00This grant will provide funding for additional staff time to enhance the health and safety curriculum and increase physical education equipment.
NHS Stevens CenterOutpatient Drug and Alcohol 2013-142012-2013$57,000.00Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment services are provided to the under- and uninsured.
NHS Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team2012-2013$85,000.00NHS Stevens Center provides comprehensive psychiatric services to residents of Cumberland and Perry counties.
NHS/The Stevens CenterDrug and Alcohol2005-2006$55,400.00Outpatient substance abuse treatment is provided to clients, many of whom also have mental illness.
NHS/The Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team2005-2006$222,054.00A team made up of a psychiatrist, physician assistant and psychiatric nurse increases access to services and reduces waiting times for residents of Cumberland and Perry counties. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterReminderPro2005-2006$4,500.00NHS/The Stevens Center is the pilot site for installation of ReminderPro, an interactive telephone system to contact clients. In addition to reminding patients about appointments with the goal of decreasing missed appointments, ReminderPro can also conduct interactive surveys and provide informational messages.
NHS/The Stevens CenterOutpatient Drug and Alcohol Program2006-2007$115,609.00Outpatient substance abuse treatment is offered to adults in Cumberland and Perry Counties, many of whom are dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team2006-2007$183,050.00Increased availability is ensured for psychiatric services using a team made up of a psychiatrist, physicians assistant and registered nurse. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team 2008-092007-2008$80,000.00Psychiatric services for the CAHWF area utilize a clinical team including a full-time psychiatrist, nurse practitioner and registered nurse. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterDrug and Alcohol 2008-102008-2009$114,309.00Outpatient substance abuse treatment is offered to adults, many of whom are uninsured or under-insured and dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team 2009-102008-2009$76,000.00Psychiatric services utilize a clinical team including a full-time psychiatrist, nurse practitioner and registered nurse. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team 2010-112009-2010$80,000.00Psychiatric services utilize a clinical team including a full-time psychiatrist, nurse practitioner and registered nurse. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterDrug and Alcohol 20112010-2011$57,000.00Outpatient treatment serves un/underinsured adults, many being dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse disorders. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team 2011-122010-2011$80,000.00Mental health services are provided to under- and uninsured individuals. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterDrug and Alcohol 20112010-2011$57,000.00Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment services are provided to the under- and uninsured. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team 2012-132011-2012$85,000.00Mental health services are provided to under- and uninsured individuals. Renewal
NHS/The Stevens CenterDrug and Alcohol 20122011-2012$57,000.00Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment services are provided to the under- and uninsured. Renewal
North Dickinson Elementary Carlisle Area School DistrictByrnes Health Center Field Trip2007-2008$1,000.00Through interactive classroom activities, elementary students increase their knowledge about dental health, emotional health and general wellness.
North Dickinson Elementary School PTOByrnes Health Center Field Trip2009-2010$970.00Through interactive classroom activities, students will learn about dental health, drug and alcohol prevention, and general wellness. Renewal
Northwestern Human Services/Stevens CenterOutpatient Clinical Treatment Team2003-2004$222,054.00Funding will support the addition of a fulltime psychiatrist, physician assistant and psychiatric nurse for Cumberland and Perry counties.
Northwestern Human Services/Stevens CenterDrug & Alcohol Program and Family-Based Services2002-2003$66,250.00D&A funding will support additional staff ($35,250). Family-Based Mental Health Services funding will provide children and families 10 hours/week of therapy in home settings to prevent out-of-home placements ($31,000).
Oak Flat Elementary School Big Spring School DistrictOak Flat Walks Across the Continents Challenge2007-2008$2,000.00By participating in a school-wide walking program, students increase their daily physical activity levels.
ParentWorks, Inc.Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect2006-2007$10,000.00Prevention of child abuse and neglect is achieved through parenting classes and in-home education. Healthy People Grant
ParentWorks, Inc.Parent Education and Child Abuse2007-2008$7,000.00Prevention of child abuse and neglect is achieved through parenting classes and in-home education. Healthy People Grant Renewal.
Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit OrganizationsPANO Standards of Excellence Training2005-2006$15,000.00CAHWF is collaborating with the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO) to offer their Standards of Excellence clinics on ethics and accountability and certification to CAHWF and selected local nonprofit agencies.
Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers AssociationPMHCA Advocacy2008-2009$51,775.00Advocacy provides individuals, families and mental health professionals with skills for treatment and recovery.
Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers AssociationPMHCA Advocacy2010-2011$6,000.00Dr. Sandra Bloom trains mental health advocates, consumers and leaders on fostering systems change and improvement in the ways that human services are delivered.
Perry County Collaborative Ministry ProjectJoin Hands2003-2004$10,000.00Join Hands currently provides support to persons and families facing daily living concerns in Perry County. These funds will facilitate access to prescribed medications for qualifying clients.
Perry County Cooperative ExtensionWest Perry Prosper Team Strengthening Families2005-2006$2,000.00An evidence-based substance abuse prevention program was implemented for young adolescents and their families. Renewal
Perry County Cooperative Extension AssociationStrengthening Families2006-2007$2,000.00This evidence-based substance abuse prevention program supports young adolescents and their families in making good decisions. Renewal
Perry Human ServicesTeen and Family Support Services2004-2005$17,030.00Services are starting for at risk youth and their families to include a new teen support group and an enhanced parent/family support group.
Perry Human ServicesShermans Valley Senior Housing Health & Human Services Coordinator2006-2007$10,000.00 A health coordinator for a senior housing unit is responsible for regular assessment and early referrals to appropriate medical resources. Renewal
Perry Human ServicesShermans Valley Senior Housing Health & Human Services Coordinator2007-2008$8,000.00A health coordinator for a senior housing unit schedules health presentations and is responsible for regular assessment and early referrals to appropriate medical resources. Renewal.
Perry Human ServicesProfessional Training Day with Robert Ackerman2009-2010$1,200.00Training focuses on parents, school and human service leaders awareness of strategies to foster resiliency among high-risk youth and encourage their own self-care.
Perry Human ServicesPerry County 2011 Youth Survey (PAYS)2010-2011$1,980.00Human service providers and schools in Western Perry County conduct the Pennsylvania Youth Survey to assess and address youth risk behaviors.
Planned Parenthood of the Susquehanna ValleyPerry County Express Clinic2007-2008$40,000.00PPSV will provide a number of reproductive health services, including pregnancy tests, contraceptive prescription refills and some other treatment and counseling to residents of western Perry County. Healthy People Grant.
Presbyterian Homes, Inc.Newville Community Wellness2005-2006$25,000.00Two projects are part of a broad-based community collaboration to improve overall health and wellness in the Newville area. One project funds nutrition education for elementary-age students and the other project provides after school physical activities in a multi-generational setting.
Presbyterian Homes, Inc.Newville Community Wellness2006-2007$23,467.00Three projects are part of a broad-based community collaboration to improve overall health and wellness in the Newville area. One funds nutrition education for elementary-age students, one provides after school physical activities in a multi-generational setting and the other provides monthly community programs to promote parent involvement. Renewal
Presbyterian Homes, Inc.Newville Community Wellness 2007-082007-2008$16,250.00Two projects are part of a broad-based community collaboration to improve overall health and wellness in the Newville area: nutrition education for elementary-age students and after school physical activities in a multi-generational setting. Renewal.
Presbyterian Homes, Inc.Newville Community Wellness 2008-092008-2009$17,270.00This broad-based community collaboration improves overall health and wellness in the Newville area. Renewal
Presbyterian Homes, Inc.Newville Community Wellness 2009-102009-2010$13,700.00This broad-based community collaboration improves overall health and wellness in the Newville area. Renewal
Presbyterian Homes, Inc.Newville Community Wellness 2010-112010-2011$12,700.00This broad-based community collaboration improves overall health and wellness in the Newville area. Renewal
Presbyterian Homes, Inc.Newville Community Wellness 2010-112010-2011$12,700.00This broad-based community collaboration supports health and wellness in the Newville area. Renewal
Project ShareInfant Nutrition and Health2003-2004$55,900.00Renewal grant to provide improved nutrition (formula, milk, etc.) for infants; nutrition education for at-risk children and families; and on-site RN screening, referrals and advice for parents/other adults.
Project ShareFresh Food2003-2004$15,700.00Funding will increase the purchase of fresh fruits, provide supplies for Project SHARE and support classes in food preparation and preservation.
Project SHAREKitchen Equipment and Infant Nutrition/Health2002-2003$57,959.00This one-time funding for kitchen equipment will be used to convert the new facility's kitchen into a demonstration facility and furnish it with proper cooking equipment. Once completed, classes on basic cooking skills, canning, freezing and proper nutrition will be provided ($9,999). Funds will provide improved nutrition (formula, milk, etc.) for infants; nutrition education for at-risk children and families; and on-site RN screening, referrals and advice for parents/other adults ($47,960).
Project SHARE Shippensburg Produce Outreach2010-2011$3,000.00Fresh produce and healthy food is offered to a regional food pantry.
Project SHARE of CarlisleAdult Nutrition-Access and Education2009-2010$80,000.00CAHWF Funding will be used to purchase healthy food for regular distribution days and the Carlisle Farm Stand. Renewal
Project SHARE of CarlisleAdult Nutrition-Access and Education2010-2011$80,000.00Healthy foods are distributed through the Carlisle Farm Stand. Renewal
Project SHARE of CarlisleShippensburg Produce Outreach2010-2011$3,000.00Fresh produce and other healthy foods are offered at a regional food pantry.
Project SHARE of CarlisleAdult Nutrition Access & Education2011-2012$70,000.00Healthy foods are distributed through the Carlisle Farm Stand. Renewal
Project SHARE of CarlisleAdult Nutrition 2013-142012-2013$80,000.00Healthy food is purchased and distributed.
Sadler HealthThink Pink, Carlisle2007-2008$500.00Breast cancer educational information and free mammography opportunities are made available to qualifying residents. Renewal.
Sadler Health CenterOperations Grant2004-2005$750,000.00Major funding for the health center that provides medical, dental and mental health services in the CAHWF region.
Sadler Health CenterNew Clinic2002-2003$1,150,000.00This funding has allowed the organization to hire an Interim Director to coordinate the transition of the existing Sadler Clinic to the Sadler Health Center and to cover the costs associated with the transition. The clinic provides comprehensive health care services in downtown Carlisle. Initial Funding: $150,000. Building: $1,000,000
Sadler Health CenterNew Clinic2003-2004$1,400,000.00This funding has allowed the organization to hire an Interim Director to coordinate the transition of the existing Sadler Clinic to the Sadler Health Center and to cover the costs associated with the transition. The clinic provides comprehensive health care services in downtown Carlisle.
Sadler Health Center CorporationPrescription Initiative2004-2005$200,000.00Uninsured and underinsured persons at or below 200% of federal poverty guidelines will be assisted to obtain prescriptions to treat chronic, life-threatening diseases such as diabetes, asthma, COPD and hypertension as well as behavioral health needs.
Sadler Health Center CorporationOperations2004-2005$800,000.00Financial support provided for health center operations in 2005-06, including additional funds for a capital reserve fund. Renewal.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2006-07 Operations2005-2006$800,000.00Core support for the community health center that serves thousands of area residents. Sadler provides medical and dental care, tobacco cessation programs, immunizations, HIV/STD testing and treatment, prevention/education services and a prescription assistance program. Renewal $248,000 (dental); $552,000 (medical)
Sadler Health Center CorporationRenovation2005-2006$200,000.00Funds reserved for a major renovation and upgrade of the Sadler Health Centers physical space and telephone system, planned for 2006-07.
Sadler Health Center CorporationTobacco Coalition Initiative2005-2006$24,880.00Awareness of the effects of tobacco use and the importance of cessation will be provided through outreach and advertising efforts, as well as classes.
Sadler Health Center CorporationThink Pink, Carlisle2006-2007$750.00Qualifying residents are made aware of opportunities for free mammography and general educational information on breast cancer prevention is provided to the public.
Sadler Health Center CorporationHealthy RX Bridge Funding2006-2007$56,500.00Prescription assistance is provided to persons who cannot afford medications, mostly through pharmaceutical access programs. Healthy Rx also provides referrals to volunteer medical specialists. Foundation Initiative
Sadler Health Center CorporationOperations 2007-082006-2007$1,171,313.00Core support for the community health center that serves thousands of area residents through medical and dental care, tobacco cessation programs, immunizations and a prescription assistance program. Renewal $356,052 (medical); $527,403 (dental); $180,461 (prescriptions); $107,397 (tobacco cessation)
Sadler Health Center CorporationRenovations II2006-2007$1,600,000.00Sadler Health Centers capacity to serve the un/underinsured will be significantly enhanced through major renovations.
Sadler Health Center CorporationWestern Perry County Dental Clinic2006-2007$150,000.00A locally-based dental clinic for uninsured or underinsured individuals and families residing in central/western Perry County will be opened. Goossens Initiative
Sadler Health Center CorporationNurse-Family Partnership2007-2008$206,242.00Nurse-Family Partnership is an evidence-based program that teams nurses with first-time mothers to improve pregnancy outcomes, child health/development and parenting skills.
Sadler Health Center CorporationOperations 2008-092007-2009$900,000.00Core support for the community health center that serves thousands of area residents through medical and dental care, tobacco cessation programs, immunizations and a prescription assistance program. Renewal $270,964 (medical); $387,910 (dental); $220,025 (prescriptions); $21,101 (tobacco cessation)
Sadler Health Center CorporationThink Pink, Carlisle2008-2009$500.00Breast cancer educational information and free mammography opportunities are made available to qualifying residents. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationComprehensive Health Care2008-2009$199,878.00A team of healthcare providers serves the un/underinsured and provides a quality driven medical home. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationHealthy Rx2008-2009$232,148.00Pharmaceutical assistance leverages free prescriptions and donated medical services. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationNurse-Family Partnership2008-2009$112,133.00An evidence-based program teams nurses with first-time mothers to improve pregnancy outcomes and child health/development. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationOral Health2008-2009$464,554.00Dental services are provided at no or low cost to the un/underinsured. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationTobacco Cessation2008-2009$117,287.00Tobacco cessation classes and education help people to quit smoking. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationComprehensive Health Care 2009-2010$297,894.00A team of healthcare providers serves the un/underinsured and provides a quality driven medical home. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationHealthy Rx2009-2010$229,936.00Pharmaceutical assistance leverages free prescriptions and donated medical services. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationNurse-Family Partnership2009-2010$118,541.00An evidence-based program teams nurses with first-time mothers to improve pregnancy outcomes and child health/development. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationOral Health2009-2010$532,245.00Dental services are provided at no or low cost to the un/underinsured. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationTobacco Cessation2009-2010$70,403.00Tobacco cessation classes and education help people to quit smoking. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationComprehensive Health Care2010-2011$341,291.00Primary care services are offered in a medical home setting and regardless of patients ability to pay. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationHealthy Rx2010-2011$223,096.00Pharmaceutical assistance leverages free prescriptions and donated medical services from specialists. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationNurse-Family Partnership2010-2011$138,188.00An evidence-based program teams nurses with first-time mothers to improve pregnancy outcomes and healthy child development. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationOral Health2010-2011$468,176.00Dental services are provided to the under- and uninsured. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationTobacco Cessation2010-2011$72,724.00Tobacco cessation classes and education help people to quit smoking. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationIntegrated Behavioral Health Specialist2010-2011$40,000.00Sadler will begin providing integrated behavioral healthcare to patients through brief interventions and referrals. Strategic Goal
Sadler Health Center CorporationWest Perry Dental Clinic2010-2011$60,000.00Dental clinic provides care for un/underinsured individuals living in Central and Western Perry County. Goossens Initiative Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationIntegrated Behavioral Health Specialist2011-2012$38,416.00Sadler will begin providing integrated behavioral healthcare to patients through brief interventions and referrals. Strategic Goal Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationTobacco Cessation2011-2012$97,455.00Tobacco cessation classes and education help people to quit smoking. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationOral Health2011-2012$466,201.00Dental services are provided to the under- and uninsured. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationComprehensive Health Care2011-2012$264,945.00Primary care services are offered in a medical home setting and regardless of patients ability to pay. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationHealthy Rx2011-2012$211,504.00Pharmaceutical assistance leverages free prescriptions and donated medical services from specialists. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationNurse-Family Partnership2011-2012$136,654.00An evidence-based program teams nurses with first-time mothers to improve pregnancy outcomes and healthy child development. Renewal
Sadler Health Center CorporationPerfecting Patient Care2012-2013$2,000.00Through hands-on training, this medical practice will improve it's standard operating procedures to deliver better health care services.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Comp. Health Care2012-2013$334,337.00Primary care services are offered in a medical home setting and regardless of patients ability to pay.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Oral Health2012-2013$360,567.00Sadler serves as a dental home for the region's un/underinsured through the provision of comprehensive oral health services. Renewal
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Behavioral Health2012-2013$93,274.00Sadler serves as a medical home for the region's un/underinsured through the provision of comprehensive health services including primary care, dental care, prescription assistance, Nurse Family Partnership, tobacco cessation and behavioral health services.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Healthy Rx2012-2013$211,119.00Pharmaceutical assistance leverages free prescriptions and donated medical services from specialists.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Tobacco and Health Education2012-2013$91,286.00Tobacco cessation classes and education help people to quit smoking.
Sadler Health Center CorporationNurse Family Partnership 2013-142012-2013$139,910.00An evidence-based program teams nurses with first-time mothers to improve pregnancy outcomes and healthy child development.
Sadler Health Center CorporationWest Perry Dental Clinic2012-2013$40,000.00Provides dental care for un/underinsured clients through the West Perry Dental Clinic.
Safe HarbourMolly Pitcher Transition Initiative2002-2003$33,554.00This one-time funding will allow a part-time case manager to be hired for 18 months to provide mental health and transition services for 50-75 current residents of the Molly Pitcher as it closes down. Services will address physical health, mental health, substance abuse, housing, and employment services.
Safe Harbour, Inc.Safe Harbours Healthy Moves2009-2010$10,000.00This demonstration grant will provide structured fitness classes for qualifying individuals.
Salvation ArmySuper Cupboard2010-2011$2,000.00Family nutrition is improved by teaching basic cooking and food shopping skills to frequent users of emergency food services.
Samaritan FellowshipPrescription Plus2003-2004$8,000.00Funds for medical and healthcare-related expenses, such as prescriptions, vision care, dentistry and durable medical equipment.
Samaritan FellowshipMedical Needs2002-2003$9,900.00Funds will be used for medical and healthcare-related expenses, such as prescriptions, vision care, dentistry and durable medical equipment.
Samaritan Fellowship, Inc.Prescriptions Plus2004-2005$8,000.00Prescription drugs and durable medical equipment is provided for low-income persons in the Carlisle area.
Shippensburg Area School DistrictJames Burd Elementary School CATCH Kids Club2006-2007$350.00By implementing the CATCH Kids Club, third grade students increase their knowledge about nutrition and activity.
Shippensburg Area School DistrictWellness and Outdoor Fitness Trail2007-2008$4,000.00An outdoor fitness trail is equipped to increase students physical activity after school and during physical education classes. Intermediate School $2,000; James Burd Elementary $2,000
South Middleton School DistrictYellow Breeches Middle School Introduction to Lifetime Fitness2005-2006$2,000.00Increased lifetime fitness activities were introduced into physical education classes.
South Middleton School District/Boiling Springs High SchoolSADD Club Speaker2010-2011$1,000.00Motivational speaker, Mike Donahue, educates students about drug and alcohol abuse, choices, tolerance and respect.
South Middleton School District/Yellow Breeches Middle SchoolBike Rally2007-2008$500.00Elementary and middle school students are encouraged to be physically active by receiving bicycle safety education and supervised trail riding practice.
Special Olympics PA Area MDevelopment of Bocce Court North Middleton2005-2006$2,000.00Support will help to construct a bocce court for those with disabilities and the public.
St. Joseph Health Ministries FoundationFluoridation Campaign2007-2008$25,000.00Education and information is provided to the public and policy makers in support of the use of fluoridation of public water systems as part of a state-wide coalition. Foundation Initiative.
Streett Charitable FoundationCamp Koala2010-2011$2,000.00Participation in the National Alliance for Grieving Childrens conference helps camp directors build organizational capacity and knowledge of best practices.
Streett Charitable Foundation, Inc.Camp Koala 20122011-2012$2,000.00Through camp scholarships grieving children build skills to manage their grief in healthy ways.
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.Carlisle Recovery Mobilization Effort2004-2005$64,000.00This pilot program utilizes Carlisle-area persons in recovery to create an advocacy group that will educate the public and policy makers about successful treatment of and recovery from substance abuse and alcohol addiction.
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.Behavioral Health Speakers Bureau2005-2006$10,000.00A speakers bureau composed of persons and family members in recovery will share their own experiences in hopes of lessening stigma by increasing the understanding of addiction and mental illness and its impact on family, business and community life.
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.Carlisle Recovery Mobilization Effort2005-2006$71,332.00This program utilizes Carlisle-area persons in recovery to create an advocacy group that will educate the public and policy makers about successful treatment of and recovery from substance abuse and alcohol addiction. Renewal
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.Spring Recovery Jam 20062005-2006$1,485.00Publicity and implementation costs were granted for a one-day recovery event.
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.Carlisle Recovery Mobilization Effort2006-2007$75,000.00This program utilizes Carlisle-area persons in recovery to create an advocacy group that educates the public and policy makers about successful treatment of and recovery from substance abuse and alcohol addiction. Renewal
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.Spring Recovery Jam 20072006-2007$1,325.00A positive social event was held to demonstrate the results of recovery from the disease of addiction. Renewal
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.Carlisle Recovery Mobilization Effort 2008-092007-2008$68,690.00The Carlisle area recovery community is mobilized to advocate for changes in public attitude, improvements in public policy and reduction of stigma regarding addiction and recovery. Renewal
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.Carlisle Recovery Mobilization Effort 2009-102008-2009$76,011.00Advocacy and education reduce addiction related stigma through services to assist with recovery, including buprenorphine coordination. Renewal
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.RASE of Carlisle2009-2010$76,011.00Advocacy, education and buprenorphine care will reduce the stigma associated with addiction and promote recovery. Renewal
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.RASE of Carlisle2010-2011$77,560.00Education, advocacy and buprenorphine care promotes recovery and reduces the stigma associated with addiction. Renewal
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.RASE of Carlisle2011-2012$77,560.00Education, advocacy and buprenorphine care promotes recovery and reduces the stigma associated with addiction. Renewal
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.RASE of Carlisle2012-2013$77,560.00RASE of Carlisle serves residents of the Greater Carlisle Area through treatment, advocacy and education services designed to reduce the stigma associated with addiction and promote recovery.
Success by 6Child Care and Pre-School Health Curriculum2003-2004$11,300.00Funds to research and test health curricula for pre-school and child care centers.
Success by 6Health & Safety Outreach2002-2003$49,950.00This 18-month funding will provide intensive on-site health and safety education and assistance to 48 childcare sites serving some 5,000 children in Cumberland County.
Summer Program for YouthSPY2011-2012$900.00The Summer Program for Youth camp expands to develop a focus on nutrition education, local foods and physical activity.
Susan P. Byrnes Health Education CenterWellness at Work2004-2005$56,612.00This one-year pilot program will enhance employee wellness at seven locations with an emphasis on needs assessment, onsite wellness teams, customized plan development, trainings and evaluation.
Susan P. Byrnes Health Education CenterWellness at Work Year 22005-2006$78,565.00Begun in 2005 as a pilot workplace wellness project among seven employers to improve employee health through enhanced activities and programs, continued expansion will lead to replication among three other work places. Renewal
The Arc of Cumberland and Perry CountiesHealth and Safety Fair for CPARC Residential Staff2010-2011$400.00As part of a Health and Safety Fair, staff members and clients of CPARC receive health education.
The Arc of Cumberland and Perry CountiesHealth and Safety Fair for CPARC Residential Staff2010-2011$400.00CPARC staff and clients receive health education through a Health & Safety Fair.
The Carl and Emily Weller Center for Health EducationAdolescent Depression Awareness Program2012-2013$8,000.00High school students, their teachers and parents are educated about adolescent depression, to enable teens to seek appropriate intervention and treatment.
The Center for Youth and Community DevelopmentProject Venture Upper Adams School District2009-2010$24,900.00A collaborative program builds resiliency and leadership skills to reduce alcohol, tobacco and other substance abuse use among middle school students. Renewal
The Center for Youth and Community Development Project Venture Upper Adams School District2010-2011$24,900.00Collaborative program builds resiliency and leadership skills designed to reduce alcohol, tobacco and other substance abuse among middle school youth. Renewal
The Center for Youth and Community DevelopmentProject Venture Upper Adams School District2011-2012$24,900.00Program builds resiliency and leadership skills designed to reduce alcohol, tobacco and other substance abuse among middle school youth. Renewal
The Center for Youth and Community Development, Inc.Project Venture2012-2013$24,900.00Program builds resiliency and leadership skills designed to reduce alcohol, tobacco and other substance abuse use among middle school youth.
The Center for Youth and Community Development/Collaborating for YouthProject Venture Upper Adams School District2007-2008$29,000.00A collaborative program builds resiliency and leadership skills to reduce alcohol, tobacco and other substance abuse use among middle school students in the Upper Adams School District. Renewal
The Civic Club of ShippensburgCommunity Nurse Program2003-2004$9,981.00The Shippensburg Community Nurse Program currently provides free health services for the elderly and lower-income population. These funds will provide additional nursing hours, limited transportation and establishment of a new centrally-located office.
The Civic Club of ShippensburgCommunity Nurse Program2002-2003$9,878.00The Shippensburg Community Nurse Program currently provides free health services for the elderly and lower-income population. These funds will provide additional nursing hours, limited transportation and establishment of a new centrally-located office.
The Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse2005-2006$16,000.00The Shippensburg Community Nurse program currently provides free in-home health services for the elderly and lower-income population.
The Foundation for Enhancing CommunitiesGrace@Home Education Materials2012-2013$2,000.00By providing promotional materials Grace@Home will educate the public about keys to success for aging in place.
The Kings Kettle Food Bank5-A-Day Challenge2010-2011$1,000.00Fresh produce and healthy food is offered to a regional food pantry. Renewal
The Kings Kettle Food Bank5-A-Day Challenge2010-2011$1,000.00Fresh produce and other healthy foods are made available at a regional food pantry. Renewal
The Kings Kettle Food Bank5-A-Day Challenge2008-2009$4,000.00Fresh produce and healthy food is offered to a regional food pantry. Renewal
The Mental Health Association of the Capital RegionStrategic Planning Process, Board of Directors2009-2010$1,000.00Development of a comprehensive strategic plan helps the MHA to expand its educational reach.
The Salvation ArmyMy Brothers Table2008-2009$20,000.00Food service equipment is purchased to maintain soup kitchen services for homeless and low-income families and individuals. Healthy People Grant
Todd Baird Lindsey FoundationChronic Disease Management2004-2005$20,000.00Home nursing visits are offered for qualifying clients. Renewal.
Todd Baird Lindsey FoundationPrescription Assistance2004-2005$12,000.00Prescription assistance is open to qualifying clients. Renewal.
Todd Baird Lindsey FoundationMedication Assistance2003-2004$9,999.00Medication assistance program.
Todd Baird Lindsey FoundationChronic Disease Management2003-2004$9,999.00Chronic disease management program.
Todd Baird Lindsey FoundationPrescription Assistance2005-2006$16,000.00Prescription assistance is offered to qualifying clients, most of whom are low income elderly or disabled. Renewal
Tri-County Association for the BlindBlindness Prevention Education2004-2005$25,000.00Final year of a grant to continue health support and education services for children and adults who are visually impaired or blind. Renewal.
Tri-County Association for the BlindAdult and Children Services2003-2004$49,983.00Renewal funding for vision screening and visual services/support for persons in CAHWF areas in Cumberland and Perry Counties.
Tri-County Association for the BlindAdult and Children Services2002-2003$49,976.00This proposal will provide vision screening and visual services for persons in CAHWF areas of Cumberland and Perry counties. It includes establishing two home-based offices in C/P and a survey to identify persons who are blind or visually handicapped.
United Cerebral PalsyEarly Intervention2003-2004$49,000.00Renewal funding to serve children from birth to age 5 with developmental delays by providing physical, occupational, speech and developmental therapy.
United Cerebral PalsyEarly Intervention2002-2003$23,000.00This funding serves children from birth to age 5 with developmental delays, providing physical, occupational, speech, and developmental therapy.
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Early Intervention2005-2006$87,000.00Early intervention services to children with disabilities provides therapy when it can have a great impact.
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Early Intervention2006-2007$87,000.00Early intervention services for children include a wide variety of therapies to minimize disabilities. Renewal
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Focus Fitness2006-2007$135,000.00This program offers fitness and nutrition education for persons with mental retardation and development disabilities.
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Early Intervention 2007-082007-2008$87,000.00Early intervention services for children include a wide variety of therapies to minimize disabilities. Renewal.
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Focus Fitness 2007-082007-2008$55,800.00This program offers fitness and nutrition education for persons with mental retardation and development disabilities. Renewal.
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Early Intervention 2008-092008-2009$70,000.00Early intervention services include a wide variety of therapies and supports for children from birth through five years of age who experience or are at risk for developmental delays. Renewal
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Life-Fit 2008-092008-2009$118,000.00This program offers fitness and nutrition education for persons with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. Renewal
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Early Intervention 2008-092008-2009$70,000.00A wide variety of therapies support children from birth through five years of age who have or are at risk for developmental delays. Renewal
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Early Intervention 2009-102009-2010$35,000.00A wide variety of therapies support children from birth through five years of age who have or are at risk for developmental delays. Renewal
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Life-Fit 2009-102009-2010$20,000.00Persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities receive fitness and nutritional aid. Renewal
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Respite2010-2011$5,000.00Primary caregivers for a person with a disability receive support through respite care scholarships. Healthy People Grant
United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA, Inc.Respite2010-2011$5,000.00Primary caregivers for individuals with disabilities receive respite care scholarships. Healthy People Grant
United Way of Adams CountyProject Venture2005-2006$95,627.00A collaborative two year program with Upper Adams School District will focus on building resiliency and leadership skills to reduce alcohol and other drug use among middle school students.
United Way of Carlisle &Heating Coalition Family Assistance2007-2008$10,000.00A local Heating Coalition coordinates services for people in need who do not qualify for public-funded, home energy assistance. Healthy People Grant - Renewal.
United Way of Carlisle &Success by Six/Preschool PATHS II2007-2008$11,820.00The PATHS Project provides intensive training for preschool teachers to reduce aggression and behavior problems in children while simultaneously enhancing the educational process in the classroom. Renewal.
United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland CountyHeating Coalition Family Assistance2006-2007$20,000.00Fuel is purchased through a local Heating Coalition which coordinates services for people in need who have exhausted or do not qualify for public-funded, home energy assistance. Healthy People Grant
United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland CountySuccess by Six/Preschool PATHS2006-2007$18,324.00The PATHS project will include intensive training for preschool teachers to reduce aggression and behavior problems in children while simultaneously enhancing the educational process in the classroom.
United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland CountyChildren Do Come with Directions Parenting Guide, 2nd Edition2007-2008$2,000.00Parents will benefit from the distribution of educational brochures entitled Children Do Come with Directions.
United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland CountyHeating Coalition Family Assistance 2008-092008-2009$10,000.00A local Heating Coalition coordinates services for people in need who do not qualify for publicly-funded home energy assistance. Healthy People Grant Renewal
United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland CountyProject Connect2009-2010$1,500.00Low income and elderly populations are linked with health, human service and home heating providers at this event.
United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland CountyChildren Do Come with Directions Parenting Guide, 3rd Edition2010-2011$2,000.00This guidebook provides parents and guardians of young children with standard child health, safety, nutritional and developmental recommendations. Renewal
United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland County Children Do Come with Directions Parenting Guide, 3rd Edition2010-2011$2,000.00Guidebook provides parents and guardians of young children with standard child health, safety, nutritional and developmental recommendations. Renewal
United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County/Success by SixParenting Education and Prevention2004-2005$4,480.00This grant helps to print and distribute a comprehensive parenting guide.
United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County/Success by SixPreschool Health Curriculum2004-2005$20,100.00A comprehensive health education curriculum will be implemented along with providing supportive materials in area preschools.
United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County/Success by SixEarly Care Parenting Education2005-2006$1,500.00Research-based parenting materials are distributed to parents of newborn babies.
Upper Adams School DistrictBendersville Elementary Nutritional Investigators2005-2006$1,630.00Fifth and sixth grade students write an educational puppet show called Nutrition Investigators and perform it for K 4th graders in the school district.
Upper Adams School DistrictBendersville Elementary Healthy Student Investigation2006-2007$1,550.00A healthy school initiative was enhanced with a nutrition presentation and special education materials.
Upper Adams School DistrictBendersville Elementary All About Me2008-2009$1,650.00A healthy school initiative is enhanced with a nutrition presentation and special education materials.
Upper Adams School District/Bendersville ElementaryGo Girls Go2011-2012$1,000.00After-school program for teenage girls offers nutrition education and trains teens to complete a two-mile run.
Visiting Nurse AssociationTelemedical Units2003-2004$9,950.00Renewal grant to purchase and implement five telemedical units within CAHWF's service area.
Visiting Nurse Association of Central PAWestern Perry Community Nurse2005-2006$84,650.00This new project offers a Community Nurse program in western Perry County and is funded by the estate of Marjorie F. Goossens.
Visiting Nurse Association of Central PAWestern Perry Community Nurse2006-2007$84,650.00A community nurse program in western Perry County provides care for non-acute, in-home medical needs. Goossens Initiative Renewal
Visiting Nurse Association of Central PAWestern Perry Community Nurse2007-2008$84,650.00A Home Care/Community Nurse program in western Perry County offers non-acute support. Goossens Initiative Renewal
Visiting Nurse Association of Central PAWestern Perry Community Nurse2010-2011$84,650.00Home Care/Community Nurse program in Western Perry County offers non-acute support. Goossens Initiative Renewal
Visiting Nurse Association of Central PAWestern Perry Community Nurse2011-2012$84,650.00Community Nurse program in Western Perry County offers home health care and non-acute support to older adults. Goossens Initiative Renewal
Visiting Nurse Association of Central PA, Inc.Western Perry Community Nurse2008-2009$84,650.00A Home Care/Community Nurse program in western Perry County offers non-acute support. Goossens Initiative Renewal
West Perry School DistrictMilton Creagh Presentation2008-2009$2,000.00Students and parents receive a prevention message from a nationally known motivational speaker focusing on drug and alcohol abuse.
West Perry School DistrictNourishing Excellence, Improving Youth Nutrition & Activity2011-2012$43,294.00Schools implement a variety of proven policy, program and environmental change strategies to improve youth nutrition and physical activity. Strategic Goal
West Shore Advanced Life Support Services, Inc. 12 Lead EKG Monitor/Defibrillator Mandated Upgrade2006-2007$21,540.00Biphasic wave form upgrades for defibrillators and capnography (measurement of patients CO2) provide additional supports for prehospital care.
West Shore ALS, Inc.LifePak 12 Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillators2004-2005$50,000.00Five LifePak 12-lead defibrillator/monitors were purchased for the CAHWF area to upgrade and standardize emergency cardiac care. The equipment allows diagnostic quality EKG transmission to the hospital via cell phone, allowing hospital staff to prepare and direct treatment before the patient arrives.
YWCAEncore Plus2003-2004$46,092.00Renewal funding to expand breast and cervical cancer education, screening and follow-up support to lower-income women in Cumberland and Perry Counties.
YWCAEncore Plus2002-2003$28,468.00This funding will expand breast and cervical cancer education, screening and follow up support to low-income women in Cumberland and Perry counties.
YWCA CarlisleNew Face of Fitness 2007-082006-2007$29,500.00This health program is designed to attract and retain overweight and inactive women who traditionally do not or cannot keep up with mainstream aerobics/fitness classes. Renewal
YWCA CarlislePartners in Wellness 2007-082007-2008$16,100.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, massage and Reiki) benefit persons diagnosed with cancer or in remission. Renewal.
YWCA CarlisleNew Shape of Fitness 2008-092007-2008$30,400.00This health program is designed to attract and retain overweight and inactive women who traditionally do not or cannot keep up with mainstream aerobics/fitness classes. Renewal
YWCA CarlislePartners in Wellness 2008-092008-2009$18,500.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, massage and Reiki) benefit persons diagnosed with cancer. Renewal
YWCA CarlisleSafe Dates2008-2009$5,270.00A nationally approved and research-based SAFE DATES sexual violence prevention program is presented for the Big Spring Area Middle School seventh grade class. Healthy People Grant
YWCA CarlisleNew Shape of Fitness 2009-102008-2009$29,700.00An exercise and education program targets overweight and inactive women. Renewal
YWCA CarlislePartners in Wellness 2009-102009-2010$18,500.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, massage and Reiki) benefit persons diagnosed with cancer. Renewal
YWCA CarlisleEarly Start Eat Smart2009-2010$2,000.00At-risk preschool children and their families will receive presentations and information to encourage healthy food choices.
YWCA CarlisleNew Shape of Fitness2009-2010$30,400.00An exercise and education program targets overweight and inactive women. Renewal
YWCA CarlislePartners in Wellness 2010-112010-2011$18,500.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, massage and Reiki) benefit persons diagnosed with cancer. Renewal
YWCA CarlisleNew Shape of Fitness 2011-122010-2011$24,280.00An exercise and education program promotes wellness among women who are overweight. Renewal
YWCA CarlislePartners in Wellness 2010-112010-2011$18,500.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, massage and Reiki) support individuals diagnosed with cancer. Renewal
YWCA CarlisleEarly Start Eat Smart2011-2012$2,000.00At-risk preschool children and their families will receive information to encourage healthy food choices. Renewal
YWCA CarlislePartners in Wellness2011-2012$16,000.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, massage and Reiki) support individuals diagnosed with cancer. Renewal
YWCA CarlisleNew Shape of Fitness2011-2012$24,000.00Exercise and education program promotes health and wellness among women who are overweight. Renewal
YWCA of CarlislePartners in Wellness2004-2005$15,000.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, Reiki and massage) benefit persons diagnosed with cancer.
YWCA of CarlislePartners in Wellness2005-2006$25,000.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, Reiki and massage) benefit persons diagnosed with cancer. Renewal for 2005-2006.
YWCA of CarlisleNew Face of Fitness2005-2006$1,526.00The New Face of Fitness class was extended over the summer months.
YWCA of CarlislePartners in Wellness2005-2006$20,000.00Education and complementary therapeutic services (yoga, massage and Reiki) benefit persons diagnosed with cancer. Renewal
Big Spring School DistrictMount Rock Elementary School/Fitness Frenzy2012-2013$2,000.00Elementary school students are motivated to be more physically active through an incentive-based program.
Capital Resource Conservation and Development, Inc.The LEAF Project (Leadership Education And Farming)2012-2013$20,000.00LEAF is a farm-based youth employment program that engages youth in the meaningful work of farming, cooking and hunger relief service to heighten youths' awareness of nutrition and food systems.
Capital Resource Conservation and Development, Inc.Sweet Meriam's Farm Preschool Program2012-2013$35,000.00Preschool children engage in hands-on experiences in the classroom and garden to learn about the importance of agriculture, the value of local produce and the benefits of healthy eating habits.
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness FoundationWellness at Work (8) 2013-20142012-2013$45,000.00Workplaces implement wellness programming focusing on nutrition, physical activity and tobacco cessation through the provision of program activities, policy development and environmental changes.
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness FoundationPennsylvania Coalition for Oral Health2012-2013$3,000.00This collaboration of oral health care advocates and experts will promote better dental care across the state.
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarships 2013-142012-2013$10,000.00Scholarships are provided for eligible students in post-secondary healthcare programs.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLeTort Elementary/New Playground Structure2012-2013$2,000.00Support replacement of aged and worn playground structure with a new structure that offers more opporutnities for physical activity.
Carlisle Area School DistrictNorth Dickinson Elementary/Life Skills Swim Lessons2012-2013$728.00Students in Life Skills Class learn basic water skills by participating in individualized swimming lessons.
Carlisle Area School DistrictCrestview Elementary/Operation Lunch Line Assembly2012-2013$1,300.00Promote good nutrition and physical activity with elementary school students through an interactive large group assembly and subsequent classroom activities.
Carlisle Area School DistrictHamilton Elementary/Operation Lunch Line Assembly2012-2013$850.00Promote good nutrition and physical activity with elementary school students through an interactive large group assembly and subsequent classroom activities.
Carlisle Area School DistrictBellaire Elementary/Operation Lunch Line2012-2013$850.00Promote good nutrition and physical activity with elementary school students through an interactive large group assembly and subsequent classroom activities.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School/Go Girls Go2012-2013$1,000.00After-school program for teenage girls offers nutrition education and trains teens to participate in a community walk/run event.
Carlisle Area School DistrictMooreland Elementary School/Go Girls Go2012-2013$1,000.00By participating in an afterschool program, students will increase knowledge about nutrition, the benefits of physical activity and will train to complete a 5K run.
Carlisle Area School DistrictNorth Dickinson Elementary/Byrnes Health Center Field Trip2012-2013$630.00Through interactive classroom activities, elementary students will increase their knowledge about healthy living and general wellness.
Carlisle Arts Learning Center, Inc.ArtWorks! CONNECT/CALC Collaboration2012-2013$2,000.00Through interactive activities, at-risk middle school students receive specific instruction on stress management and healthy expression as part of a comprehensive Healthy Lifestyles youth development summer program.
Carlisle C.A.R.E.S.CPR training classes2012-2013$500.00A local shelter will improve its capacity to handle emergency situations through CPR training classes.
Carlisle Victory Circle, Inc.Carlisle Victory Circle Community Connections Program2012-2013$2,000.00This afterschool program will empower students to realize and engage in activities that will prepare them to be successful in school and in life.
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse 20132012-2013$16,000.00Free in-home health services address the non-acute needs of low-income, older adults.
Cumberland County Chiefs of Police AssociationCrisis Negotiation Training2012-2013$1,000.00Four members of the Cumberland County Crisis Negotiation Team will receive training and certification to mitigate high risk situations involving violence or weapons.
Cumberland Valley Rails-to-Trails Council, Inc.Cumberland Valley Rail Trail - Carlisle Extension: Phase 12012-2013$65,000.00Engineering and construction of an underpass and section of trail to support Phase I of the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail extension from Newville to Carlisle.
Dickinson CollegeCONNECT-CALC COLLABORATION2012-2013$2,000.00Through interactive activities, at-risk middle school students receive specific instruction on nutrition and physical activity as part of a comprehensive Healthy Lifestyles youth development summer program.
Eastern Regional Conference Churches of GodMt. Holly Springs Church of God 5-A-Day Challenge2012-2013$2,000.00Fresh produce and other healthy foods are made available at a regional food pantry.
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training and Employment 2012-142012-2013$52,500.00To support a strong pipeline of health professionals, nurse aides become trained, certified and employed.
Harrisburg Area Community College FoundationHealthcare Scholarships2012-2013$50,000.00To provide scholarships for area HACC students in nursing and related healthcare studies programs.
Hope Station Opportunity Area Neighborhood CouncilCarlisle Circulator Bus2012-2013$6,000.00This demonstration grant will provide transportation services to low income individuals needing acess to health care and human services in the greater Carlisle area.
Hope Station Opportunity Area Neighborhood CouncilHope Station Kid's Cafe2012-2013$2,000.00Children at Hope Station will receive nutritional education and healthy beverages as part of the healthy snacks and meals provided during this after-school program. RENEWAL
Hospice of Central PennsylvaniaCare for the Carlisle Community2012-2013$58,800.00Access to and delivery of Hospice services are greatly improved by funding an office site in Carlisle.
Jewish Healthcare FoundationPennsylvania Health Funders Collaborative2012-2013$3,000.00Through collaboraing and networking this initiative advances a unified voice among funders working acorss Pennsylvania.
Join Hands MinistryEquipment Request2012-2013$1,638.00Frontline staff will receive a desk top computer to improve clients' access to apply for health and human service programs.
NHS Stevens CenterOutpatient Drug and Alcohol 2013-142012-2013$57,000.00Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment services are provided to the under- and uninsured.
NHS Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team2012-2013$85,000.00NHS Stevens Center provides comprehensive psychiatric services to residents of Cumberland and Perry counties.
Project SHARE of CarlisleAdult Nutrition 2013-142012-2013$80,000.00Healthy food is purchased and distributed.
Sadler Health Center CorporationPerfecting Patient Care2012-2013$2,000.00Through hands-on training, this medical practice will improve it's standard operating procedures to deliver better health care services.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Comp. Health Care2012-2013$334,337.00Primary care services are offered in a medical home setting and regardless of patients ability to pay.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Oral Health2012-2013$360,567.00Sadler serves as a dental home for the region's un/underinsured through the provision of comprehensive oral health services. Renewal
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Behavioral Health2012-2013$93,274.00Sadler serves as a medical home for the region's un/underinsured through the provision of comprehensive health services including primary care, dental care, prescription assistance, Nurse Family Partnership, tobacco cessation and behavioral health services.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Healthy Rx2012-2013$211,119.00Pharmaceutical assistance leverages free prescriptions and donated medical services from specialists.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Tobacco and Health Education2012-2013$91,286.00Tobacco cessation classes and education help people to quit smoking.
Sadler Health Center Corporation2013-14 Nurse Family Partnership2012-2013$139,910.00An evidence-based program teams nurses with first-time mothers to improve pregnancy outcomes and healthy child development.
Sadler Health Center CorporationWest Perry Dental Clinic2012-2013$40,000.00Provides dental care for un/underinsured clients through the West Perry Dental Clinic.
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.RASE of Carlisle2012-2013$77,560.00RASE of Carlisle serves residents of the Greater Carlisle Area through treatment, advocacy and education services designed to reduce the stigma associated with addiction and promote recovery.
The Carl and Emily Weller Center for Health EducationAdolescent Depression Awareness Program2012-2013$8,000.00High school students, their teachers and parents are educated about adolescent depression, to enable teens to seek appropriate intervention and treatment.
The Center for Youth and Community Development, Inc.Project Venture2012-2013$24,900.00Program builds resiliency and leadership skills designed to reduce alcohol, tobacco and other substance abuse use among middle school youth.
The Foundation for Enhancing CommunitiesGrace@Home Education Materials2012-2013$2,000.00By providing promotional materials Grace@Home will educate the public about keys to success for aging in place.
Organization NameProject NameYear AwardedAmount AwardedGrant Description Summary
Downtown Carlisle AssociationButcher Tot Lot Park Improvement2013-2014$5,000Support the acquistion of playground equipement as part of an overall park improvement project in a Carlisle community park.
Bison FoundationCenter for Careers and Technology/Health Careers Academy2013-2014$12,200Medical equipment is provided to support a new health career curriculum.
West Perry School DistrictPROSPER Strengthening the Family/Middle School2013-2014$2,000PROSPER is an evidence-based substance abuse prevention program for young adolescents and their families.
Project SHARE of CarlisleDouble Up Food Bucks2013-2014$2,000Collaborative project between Project SHARE and Farmers on the Square that features an incentive program to match dollars used from food access programs for low-income customers to buy food at the Farmer's Market.
NHS Stevens CenterOutpatient Drug and Alcohol Program 2013-142013-2014$85,000NHS Stevens Center provides oupatient subtance abuse treatment services to individuals who are under- and uninsured.
The Salvation ArmySuper Cupboard2013-2014$2,000Educate frequent users of emergency food services by including a combination of food assistance, nutrition education, food preparation and basic living skills.
Partnership for Better HealthPatient Centered Medical Home2013-2014$25,000Local primary care practices will change their approach to delivering and organizating primary care treatment by participating in training to adopt the "Patient Centered Medical Home" model.
Eastern Regional Conference Churches of GodMt Holly Springs Church of God 5-A-Day Challenge2013-2014$2,000Funding is used to support the purchase of fresh produce and perishable foods for people using emergency food services.
West Perry High SchoolSustainable Food Supplies2013-2014$2,000Expand access to the use of the greenhouse facilities during the school year to provide more students with nutritional education and agricultural opportunities.
Hope Station Opportunity Area Neighborhood CouncilHope Station Kid's Cafe program2013-2014$2,000Children at Hope Station will receive nutritional education and healthy beverages and snacks as part of their after-school program.
The Arc of Cumberland and Perry Counties“ Demystifying Autism”2013-2014$1,200A day-long seminar provides education about the autism spectrum disorder to families, professionals and community members.
Camp KoalaFall Family Support Groups2013-2014$1,000Through family support groups grieving individuals gain skills to manage their grief in a healthy way.
Carlisle Area School DistrictNew Playground Equipment - Younger Users2013-2014$2,000Support expansion of school playground to include equipment for younger elementary students grades K-2.
The Center for Youth and Community Development, Inc.Project Venture On Site Training2013-2014$2,000On site training for school staff will be provided to implement the evidence based program, Project Venture.
Civic Club of ShippensburgShippensburg Community Nurse 2013-142013-2014$16,000The Shippendburg Community Nurse provides free in-home health services to meet the needs of elderly and low-income individuals who are underinsured.
Cumberland County Chiefs of Police AssociationCrisis Negotiation Training 20142013-2014$1,000Four members of the Cumberland County Crisis Negotiation Team will receive training and certification to mitigate high risk situations involving violence or weapons.
Sadler Health Center CorporationMarketplace Navigator2013-2014$2,000Program materials are provided to a local Marketplace Navigator who will help individuals make informed decisions regarding health plan selection.
Union Fire Co. No. 1Project "Save a Child"2013-2014$2,000"10 year" smoke alarms are distrubuted to lower income families in the Carlisle area.
Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg and ShippensburgTriple Play2013-2014$2,000The Triple Play program demonstrates how eating smart, keeping fit and forming positive relationships add up to a healthy lifestyle.
Maranatha-CarlisleFinancial Management Services2013-2014$7,500Individuals with behavioral health challenges will have their finances managed regularly by Maranatha to ensure that their basic needs are met and they avoid the loss of medical services.
YWCA CarlisleWorking on Wellness (WOW)2013-2014$2,000Nutrition and physical activity program component added to existing economic advancement and personal growth program for women.
South Central Pennsylvania Sickle Cell CouncilSickle Cell Outreach2013-2014$5,000Resources are provided for Sickle Cell trait testing and follow-up counseling to affected families.
Carlisle CARESStaff Training Classes2013-2014$500A local shelter will improve its capacity to handle emergency situations through CPR training classes.
Reel RecoveryPennsylvania Retreat for Men with Cancer2013-2014$2,000Men coping with cancer are provided with the opportunity to attend a free fly fishing retreat and participate in directed conversations to learn a new set of skills and build a network of support.
Carlisle Area School DistrictNorth Dickinson - Byrnes Health Center Field Trip (mini grant)2013-2014$630Through interactive classroom activities, elementary students will increase their knowledge about healthy living and general wellness. RENEWAL
Capital Resource Conservation and Development, Inc.LEAF Project (Leadership Education And Farming)2013-2014$25,000LEAF is a farm-based youth employment program that engages youth in the meaningful work of farming, cooking and hunger relief service to heighten youth's awareness of nutrition and food systems.
Carlisle Victory Circle, Inc.Community Connections Program2013-2014$2,000This afterschool program will empower students to realize and engage in activities that will prepare them to be sucessful in school and in life.
Sadler Health Center CorporationFY2015 Behavioral Health (2014-15)2013-2014$95,212The Behavioral Health (BH) Program provides initial consultations, short-term counseling, and referral to longer-term mental health or substance treatment.
Sadler Health Center CorporationFY2015 Nurse-Family Partnership (2014-15)2013-2014$214,279Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) introduces first-time parents to nurses, who deliver the support first-time moms need to have a healthy pregnancy and become knowledgeable parents.
Partnership for Better HealthHealth Care Market Analysis - Perry County2013-2014$20,000Engage research consultants to conduct a market analysis that will
generate a clearer understanding of the demand for specific health services in Perry County, including a focus on health services for residents who lack adequate health insurance.
Partnership for Better HealthSimply Moving2013-2014$690Free walking program that introduces participants to local parks and trails and the numerous opportunities that are available for recreation and physical activity.
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.RASE of Carlisle 2014 - 20152013-2014$77,560RASE of Carlisle serves residents of the Greater Carlisle Area through treatment, advocacy and education services designed to reduce the stigma associated with addiction and promote recovery.
Project SHARE of CarlisleAdult and Child Nutrition (2014-2015)2013-2014$60,000Funding from the foundation is used to purchase healthy food for regular distribution days.
Downtown Carlisle AssociationHeberlig Palmer Park2013-2014$13,000To support the development of an asphalt walking trail and the installation of natural playscapes at the Heberlig Palmer Park.
Sadler Health Center CorporationFY2015 Medical (2014-15)2013-2014$383,909Sadler’s medical program provides high-quality care to thousands of adults and children in the Partnership service area.
Sadler Health Center CorporationFY2015 Oral Health (2014-15)2013-2014$468,672Dental offices in Carlisle and Loysville (Perry County) offer comprehensive primary dental care and referrals.
Sadler Health Center CorporationFY2015 Community Education and Tobacco Cessation (2014-15)2013-2014$97,816This program provides education and services for tobacco cessation, diabetes management, nutrition, asthma management to improve health status.
Sadler Health Center CorporationFY2015 Healthy Rx (2014-15)2013-2014$254,714Healthy Rx provides prescription assistance, low-cost medications, clinical consultation, durable medical equipment, Medicare Part D counseling, medication therapy, and patient education.
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarship 20142013-2014$10,000Scholarships are provided for eligible students in post-secondary healthcare programs. RENEWAL
NHS Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team 2014 - 20152013-2014$85,000Mental health services are provided to under- and uninsured individuals. RENEWAL
Carlisle Area School DistrictGo Girls Go2013-2014$1,000After-school program for teenage girls offers nutrition education and trains teens to participate in a community walk/run event. RENEWAL
Capital Resource Conservation and Development, Inc.Sweet Meriam's Farm Preschool Program2013-2014$25,000Preschool children engaged in hands-on experience in the classroom and garden to learn about the improtance of agriculture, the value of local produce and the benefits of healthy eating habits.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School Go Girls Go2013-2014$1,000After-school program for teenage girls offers nutrition education and trains teens to participate in a community walk/run event. RENEWAL
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training and Employment Project 2014 - 20152013-2014$43,470To support a strong pipeline of health professionals, nurse aides become trained, certified and employed. RENEWAL
Hospice of Central PennsylvaniaCare for the Carlisle Community 2014 - 20152013-2014$9,000Access to and delivery of Hospice services are greatly improved by funding an office site in Carlisle.
Harrisburg Area Community College FoundationHealthcare Scholarships2013-2014$10,000To provide scholarships for area HACC students in nursing and related healthcare studies programs.
Camp KoalaCamp Koala 20142013-2014$1,000Through camp scholarships grieving children build skills to manage their grief in healthy ways.
Big Spring School DistrictImproving Youth Nutrition and Activity: Part 22013-2014$10,000To support the expansion of the SPARK initiative throughout Big Spring School District and the continuation of the 5210 campaign.
Carlisle Area School DistrictImproving Youth Nutrition and Activity: Part 22013-2014$10,000To support the expansion of the CATCH program within the Carlisle Area School District's elementary schools and the continuation of the 5210 campaign.
West Perry High SchoolImproving Youth Nutrition and Activity: Part 22013-2014$8,200To support West Perry School District's efforts to sustain the 5210 campaign and to expand their utilization of their greenhouse through the production of additional crops and provision of additional educational programs and opportunities.
Big Spring Inter Church CouncilFruit & Vegetable Provisions2013-2014$2,000Provede funding for fresh produce and healthy food to qualifying participants.
Dickinson CollegeCamp DIG: A hands-on environmental education camp for kids2013-2014$700To provide scholarship support for local, low-income children to attend the environmental education summer camp know as Camp DIG (Discover, Inquire, Grow).
The Foundation for Enhancing CommunitiesPennsylvania Coalition for Oral Health 2014-152013-2014$3,000This collaboration of oral health care advocates and experts will promote better dental care across the state.
Partnership for Better HealthWellness at Work (9) 2014-20152013-2014$15,000Workplaces implement wellness programming focusing on nutrition, physical activity and tobacco cessation through the provision of program activities, policy development and environmental changes.
The Center for Youth and Community Development, Inc.Upper Adams Project Venture2013-2014$24,900Project Venture is a nationally recognized youth development program that is proven to preven alcohol, tobacco and other substance abuse use among middle school youth. RENEWAL
Jewish Healthcare FoundationPennsylvania Health Funders Collaborative2013-2014$3,000Through collaboraing and networking this initiative advances a unified voice among funders working acorss Pennsylvania.
The Mental Wellness Awareness Association, Inc.Adult Mental Health First Aid Training2013-2014$320Participants of this class will learn the early signs and symptoms of mental health problems to assist other with obtaining prompt, appropriate care.
Special Olympics Pennsylvania Area MSpecial Olympics PA - Area M Bocce Ball Court Expansion2013-2014$2,000To support the installation of a new Bocce Ball Court to train and prepare local Special Olympic athletes for competitions
Dickinson CollegeCONNECT/CALC Collaboration2013-2014$1,800Through interactive activities, at-risk middle school students receive specific instruction on nutrition and physical activity as part of a comprehensive Healthy Lifestyles youth development summer program.
Carlisle Arts Learning Center, Inc.CONNECT/CALC Summer Program for Teens2013-2014$1,900Through interactive activities, at-risk middle school students receive specific instruction on nutrition and physical activity as part of a comprehensive Healthy Lifestyles youth development summer program.
The Arc of Cumberland and Perry Counties Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness
2014-2015$500.00 Prevention messages are distributed to local restaurant patrons consuming alcohol in coordination with National Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day.
Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
Triple Play 2014-2015 2014-2015$2,000.00The Triple Play program demonstrates how eating smart, keeping fit and forming positive relationships add up to a healthy lifestyle.
Capital Resource Conservation and Development, Inc.
The LEAF Project’s strategic planning process 2014-2015$2,000.00To support LEAF’s engagement in a strategic planning process for the purpose of program planning, evaluation and sustainability.
Capital Resource Conservation and Development, Inc. LEAF Project (Leadership Education And Farming)2014-2015$25,000.00LEAF is a farm-based youth employment program that engages youth in the meaningful work of farming, cooking and hunger relief service to heighten youth's awareness of nutrition and food systems.
Carlisle Area Healthcare Auxiliary Scholarships 2015-16 2014-2015$10,000.00 Scholarships are provided for eligible students in post-secondary healthcare programs. RENEWAL
Carlisle Area School District
Go Girls Go2014-2015$1,000.00By participating in this afterschool program, students will increase knowledge about nutrition, the benefits of physical activity and will train to complete a 5K run.
Carlisle Area School District Aquatic Safety Swim Lessons 2014-2015$550.00 To provide three sessions of swim/water safety instruction to 2nd graders attending LeTort Elementary.
Carlisle Area School District
EMT Scholarships2014-2015$2,000.00Providing scholarships to train and prepare local students of need for a career in emergency medical services.
Carlisle Area School District
New Recess Equipment and Playground Safety Mats2014-2015$1,450.00To purchase new recess equipment for each grade level and to purchase two new rubber safety mats to go under two pieces of the school's playground equipment.
Carlisle Arts Learning Center, Inc. CONNECT/CALC Summer Program for Middle School Students FY 2014-15
2014-2015$2,000.00Through interactive activities, a-risk middle school students receive specific instruction on stress management and healthy expression as part of a comprehensive Healthy Lifestyles youth development summer program.
Carlisle Victory Circle, Inc.
Carlisle Victory Circle Community Connections Program 2014-2015$2,000.00 This afterschool program will empower students to realize and engage in activities that will prepare them to be successful in school and in life.
The Center for Youth and Community Development, Inc.
PROJECT REACH2014-2015$12,000.00
To support the implementation of an after-school program for children in grades 4-7 that promotes academic success, physical activity through dance, and wise choices regarding nutrition and the use of tobacco and other drugs.
Civic Club of Shippensburg Shippensburg Community Nurse 2014-15
2014-2015$16,500.00
The Shippensburg Community Nurse provides free in-home health services to meet the needs of underinsured elderly and low-income individuals.
CONTACT Helpline
211 Marketing Campaign
2014-2015$15,000.00
CONTACT Helpline will launch a comprehensive marketing campaign to increase awareness of the 2-1-1 information and referral phone number in Central Pennsylvania
Cumberland Valley Rails-to-Trails Council, Inc. Extension of the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail from Rt. 233 eastward to Mt. Rock Road
2014-2015$25,000.00To support the completion of the trail expansion from Rt. 233 to Mt. Rock Road in the Newville community.
Diakon Youth Services Aggression Replacement Therapy for At-risk Youth 2014-2015$2,000.00This multimodal intervention will provide the ability to positively alter the behavior of chronically aggressive at-risk-teen-age students.
Dickinson College 2015 Migrant Farm Labor Health Outreach2014-2015$3,345.00Using Spanish speaking students from Dickinson College, health items will be distributed to migrant laborers in Upper Adams Country.
Employment Skills Center
Nurse Aide Training and Employment 2014-2015$57,000.00To recruit, train and prepare individuals for careers in the high demand field of health care as Certified Nurse Aides.
Harrisburg Area Community College Foundation Healthcare Scholarships 2014-2015$25,000.00To provide scholarships for area HACC students in nurse aide training.
Healthy Steps Diaper Bank Critical Diaper Need
2014-2015$2,000.00By forming partnerships with local organizations, the diaper bank will provide diapers to families in need.
Hope Station Opportunity Area Neighborhood Council Kid's Cafe2014-2015$2,000.00Children at Hope Station will receive nutritional education and healthy beverages and snacks as part of their after-school program.
The Kidney Foundation of Central Pennsylvania Camp Kydnie - A Camp for Kids with Kidney Disease 2014-2015$1,400.00Scholarships for a summer camp experience emphasizing a healthy lifestyle. Staffing is very specialized with medical doctors able to accommodate children with kidney disease and on dialysis.
NHS Stevens Center
Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Program2014-2015$57,000.00NHS Stevens Center provides outpatient substance abuse treatment services to individuals who are under- and uninsured.
NHS Stevens Center
Comprehensive Clinical Team 2014-20152014-2015$85,000.00 NHS Stevens Center provides comprehensive psychiatric services to residents of Cumberland and Perry counties.
Partnership for Better Health
Healthy Items for Migrant Workers2014-2015$2,915.00Over-the-counter pharmacy items (such as toothpaste, ibuprofen, sunscreen, and soap) will be distributed at migrant worker camps in Upper Adams County. Education for the use of items will accompany the distribution through Spanish speaking nurses and college students.
Partnership for Better Health
Make It a Healthy Summer! Youth Scholarships 2014-2015$7,850.00This scholarship program provides summer camp scholarship money to children with economic need in all areas of the foundation’s geographic region.
Partnership for Better Health
Simply Moving Walking Initiative 2014-152014-2015$1,444.00Free walking program that introduces participants to local parks and trails and the numerous opportunities that are available for recreation and physical activity.
Partnership for Better Health
Wellness at Work 2015-16 (Year 10)2014-2015$15,000.00Workplaces implement wellness programming focusing on nutrition, physical activity and tobacco cessation through the provision of program activities, policy development and environmental changes.
Pennsylvania Parks & Forests Foundation
Understanding the Barriers to Outdoor Recreation 2014-2015$8,000.00To support the assessment of state parks and forests located within foundation’s service area for the purpose of identifying and addressing barriers to accessing outdoor recreation.
Playworks Recess Implementation2014-2015$49,500.00Through on-site training and consultation, school staff will discover new ways to incorporate inclusive activities and opportunities for play at recess.
Project SHARE of Carlisle
Double Up Food Bucks2014-2015$2,000.00Collaborative project between Project SHARE and Farmers on the Square that features an incentive program to match dollars used from food access programs for low-income customers to buy food at the Farmer’s Market
Project SHARE of Carlisle Adult and Child Nutrition 2015-162014-2015$60,000.00Funding from the foundation will be used to purchase healthy food for regular distribution days.
Sadler Health Center CorporationFY2016 Medical (2015-16)
2014-2015$979,209.00
Program operating funds for 2015-16
Sadler Health Center Corporation FY2016 Nurse-Family Partnership (2015-16)
2014-2015$250,791.00
Program operating funds for 2015-16
Safe Harbour Inc.
Life Skills2014-2015$4,500.00To support the implementation of a comprehensive life skills program to provide residents with the skills needed to live independently in the community.
The Salvation Army
The Super Cupboard 2014-152014-2015$2,000.00Educate frequent users of emergency food services by including a combination of food assistance, nutrition education, food preparation and basic living skills.
Shippensburg University Foundation
Shippensburg Summer Lunch Program2014-2015$2,000.00The Summer Lunch Program strives to improve the quality of life for children residing in the Shippensburg community by providing free lunch and healthy living education.
South Middleton School District
SPARK PE AND FITNESS FOR LIFE 2014-20152014-2015$22,250.00To support South Middleton School District's efforts to improve students' overall physical fitness through the implementation of the SPARK PE program and the Fitness for Life program as part of the district's physical education curriculum.
Substance Abuse Services, Inc. RASE of Carlisle2014-2015$78,000.00RASE of Carlisle serves residents of the greater Carlisle area through treatment, advocacy and education services designed to reduce the stigma associated with addiction and promote recovery.
Todd Baird Lindsey Foundation Dental Care Assistance
2014-2015$10,000.00
Specialty dental care is provided for qualifying residents
United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland County Success By 6 "Getting Ready for Kindergarten Calendar"2014-2015$750.00To support the printing and distribution of daily activity calendars to help parents, caregivers and teachers prepare children for kindergarten and to ensure learning readiness.
Civic Club of ShippensburgCommunity Nurse Program (2 Years)2015-2016$34,000.00The Shippensburg Community Nurse provides free in-home health services to meet the needs of elderly and low-income individuals who are underinsured.
Center for Independent Living of Central PaDisability and Senior Inclusive Fitness2015-2016$1,000.00To support the purchase of equipment for the implementation of a 5-tiered fitness program and circuit training for individuals with disabilities and the aging community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of York & Adams CountiesSMART Program2015-2016$2,000.00To support a school-based after-school mentoring program that matches elementary school students with local high school and college volunteers in Adams County.
Historic Carlisle, Inc.Historic Carlisle, Inc. Wayside Marker Brochure Printing Project2015-2016$1,000.00To support the expansion and reproduction of the walking brochure that features Carlisle’s historic wayside markers.
Central Penn College Education FoundationScholarships for Health Care Students2015-2016$5,000.00Scholarships are provided for eligible students in rural areas who are pursuing healthcare careers.
Carlisle Victory Circle, Inc.Character and Career Development Program2015-2016$5,100.00This community and school based program will empower high school students to improve healthy lifestyle choices and decrease at-risk behavior.
Partnership for Better HealthPerry County Health Coalition Consultant2015-2016$20,000.00Collaborating with other regional funders, a consultant is employed to lead and promote action plan goals and activities to inspire health improvements in Perry County.
New Life CommunityLifeCycle Carlisle2015-2016$2,000.00To support the acquisition of tools and equipment needed to operate the Earn-A-Bicycle program and the bicycle maintenance workshops.
West Perry School DistrictPROSPER Strengthening the Family/Middle School2015-2016$2,000.00PROSPER is an evidence-based substance abuse prevention program for young adolescents and their families.
Partnership for Better HealthSimply Moving Walking Initiative 2015-162015-2016$1,486.00To support the Carlisle Parks and Recreation Department's facilitation of a free walking series in the fall and spring.
Cumberland County Historical SocietyCCHS Pocket Park Natural History Scavenger Hunt Program2015-2016$2,000.00To support the installation of a green history-themed pocket park to facilitate outdoor education opportunities and light exercise.
Employment Skills CenterEmployment Skills Center Basic Carpentry Pilot Program2015-2016$1,400.00To support the provision of workplace skills training and basic carpentry training to 10 disadvantaged young adults for the purpose of constructing raised planters to house herbs and edible vegetation.
Project SHARE of CarlisleDouble Up Market Bucks2015-2016$2,000.00Collaborative project between Project SHARE and Farmers on the Square that features an incentive program to match dollars used from food access programs for low-income customers to buy food at the Farmer’s Market.
Diakon Youth ServicesFlight Program Health & Wellness Initiative2015-2016$736.00To support the acquisition of a YMCA Family Membership to expand opportunities for physical activity for at-risk young adults involved in Diakon’s Flight Program.
Hope Station Opportunity Area Neighborhood CouncilKid's Cafe2015-2016$2,000.00Children at Hope Station will receive nutritional education and healthy beverages and snacks as part of their after-school program.
Sadler Health Center CorporationOral Health2015-2016$361,936.00Program operating funds for 2016-17
Bison FoundationLamberton and Wilson MS Fitness Centers2015-2016$50,000.00Cardio and fitness equipment is purchased to outfit the Fitness Centers at Lamberton and Wilson Middle Schools.
Gaudenzia, Inc.Enhancing Treatment Options for Substance Abuse2015-2016$100,000.00Match money is provided allowing Gaudenzia to expand detoxification and short-term residential rehabilitation.
Sadler Health Center CorporationNurse-Family Partnership2015-2016$250,791.00Program operating funds for 2016-17
Sadler Health Center CorporationHealthy Rx 2015-2016$103,600.00Program operating funds for 2016-17
Sadler Health Center CorporationBehavioral Health 2015-2016$69,073.00Program operating funds for 2016-17
NHS Stevens CenterComprehensive Clinical Team (2 Years)2015-2016$186,000.00NHS Stevens Center provides comprehensive psychiatric services to residents of Cumberland and Perry counties.
NHS Stevens CenterOutpatient Drug and Alcohol Program (2 Years)2015-2016$114,000.00NHS Stevens Center provides outpatient substance abuse treatment services to individuals who are under- and uninsured.
Substance Abuse Services, Inc.RASE of Carlisle2015-2016$78,000.00RASE of Carlisle serves residents of the greater Carlisle area through treatment, advocacy and education services designed to reduce the stigma associated with addiction and promote recovery. (Renewal)
Project SHARE of CarlisleAdult and Child Nutrition and Education2015-2016$69,000.00Funding from the foundation will be used to purchase healthy food for regular distribution days.
Employment Skills CenterNurse Aide Training and Employment Program 2015-2016$60,000.00To recruit, train and prepare individuals for careers in the high demand field of health care as Certified Nurse Aides.
Carlisle Area School DistrictEMT Scholarships2015-2016$2,000.00Providing scholarships to train and prepare qualifying students of need for a career in emergency medical services.
Pressley RidgeAdams County Trauma Assessment Project2015-2016$10,000.00By assessing exposure to trauma and adverse childhood experiences, Adams County social service providers will have information to form a collaborative approach to improve health needs of the community.
The Salvation ArmyMy Brother's Table2015-2016$20,000.00To support the Salvation Army’s food program that is designed to reduce hunger and meet the nutritional needs of individuals who are homeless and those who are food insecure.
LEAF Project Inc.LEAF Greenhouse2015-2016$25,000.00To support the construction of a multi-purpose greenhouse to serve as an educational space for LEAF youth, visiting community groups, and to extend the growing season
Dickinson CollegeCONNECT: The Summer Collaboration2015-2016$2,000.00Through interactive activities, at-risk middle school students receive specific instruction on nutrition and physical activity as part of a comprehensive Healthy Lifestyles youth development summer program
Summer Program for YouthSwimming Program Component2015-2016$1,900.00To provide payment for the cost of pool admission and pool bags for SPY youth during the 8-week summer youth program
Partnership for Better HealthWellness at Work2015-2016$15,000.00Workplaces implement wellness programming focusing on nutrition, physical activity and tobacco cessation through the provision of program activities, policy development and environmental changes.
The Kidney Foundation of Central PennsylvaniaCamp Kydnie: A Camp for Kids with Kidney Disease2015-2016$1,500.00Scholarships for a summer camp experience emphasizing healthy lifestyle. Staffing is very specialized with medical doctors able to accommodate children with kidney disease and on dialysis.
Bermudian Springs School DistrictElementary School Physical Education Equipment 2015-2016$2,000.00To support the purchase of playground and physical education equipment and stress relief materials for grades K-4.
Carlisle Area School DistrictCarlisle High School Herd 1002015-2016$1,500.00To support the implementation of the student enrichment program that is designed to acclimate 100 9th grade students to the high school experience and environment.
Harrisburg Area Community College FoundationHealthcare Scholarships2015-2016$20,000.00To provide scholarships for area HACC students in nurse aide training.
Dickinson CollegeMigrant Farm Labor Health Outreach2015-2016$3,000.00Using Spanish speaking students from Dickinson College, health items will be distributed to migrant laborers in northern Adams county.
Bermudian Springs School DistrictBermudian Springs School District Cardio Room Project2015-2016$25,000.00To support the construction of a fully functioning cardio room at the Bermudian Springs High School.
Downtown Carlisle AssociationHeberlig Palmer Park Renovation2015-2016$25,000.00To support the acquisition of the following park amenities: slide and climbing structures, cargo net, and playground and landscape mulch.
Shippensburg University FoundationShippensburg Summer Lunch Program2015-2016$2,000.00To improve the quality of life for children residing in the Shippensburg community by providing free lunch and healthy living education during the summer program.
Carlisle Area School DistrictLamberton Middle School Go Girls Go2015-2016$1,000.00By participating in this afterschool program, students will increase their knowledge about nutrition, the benefits of physical activity and will train to compete in a 5K run.
Carlisle Area Healthcare AuxiliaryScholarships (2 Years)2015-2016$20,000.00Educational scholarships are provided for eligible students pursuing post-secondary healthcare programs.
Carlisle Area School DistrictStanding Strong2015-2016$1,950.00Evidence based programs will be offered to students and parents to encourage healthy choices and reduce the risk of early substance use initiation.
The Salvation ArmyThe Super Cupboard2015-2016$2,000.00To support programming for frequent users of emergency food services that focuses on a combination of food assistance, nutrition education, food preparation and basic living skills.
Diakon Youth ServicesFlight Program Access Initiative2015-2016$28,100.00To support the implementation and expansion of a comprehensive life skills program for at-risk young males between the ages of 17-24 who have aged out of child welfare or juvenile justice systems.
Hometown Development CorporationCarlisle Works2015-2016$30,000.00Carlisle Works is a training and local hiring program that provides skilled training and employment opportunities for unemployed and underemployed residents primarily of the Borough of Carlisle’s northwest quadrant.
Healthy Steps Diaper BankCritical Diaper Need 2015-2016$4,000.00By forming partnerships with local organizations, the diaper bank will provide diapers to families in need
Safe Harbour Inc.Life Skills2015-2016$4,500.00To support the implementation of a comprehensive life skills program to provide residents with the skills needed to live independently in the community.
Bermudian Springs School DistrictPlayground Equipment/Storage2015-2016$2,000.00To support the acquisition of a fitness station, concrete corn hole station and a ball storage container for our playground equipment to enhance opportunities for physical activity for the students and community at large.
Carlisle Area School DistrictSwim/Water Safey Instruction2015-2016$750.00To provide four sessions of swim/water safety instruction to 2nd graders attending LeTort Elementary School.
Bermudian Springs School DistrictWalking to Help the World 2015-2016$2,000.00To support the purchase of wrist band pedometers to engage students in a step challenge that promotes increased physical activity and results in contributions to a UNICEF hunger initiative.
LEAF Project Inc.LEAF Project2015-2016$25,000.00LEAF is a farm-based youth employment program that engages youth in the meaningful work of farming, cooking and hunger relief service to heighten youths’ awareness of nutrition and food systems.
Partnership for Better HealthMake It a Healthy Summer! Youth Scholarships2015-2016$8,000.00This scholarship program provides summer camp scholarship money to children with economic need in all areas of the foundation’s geographic region.
Partnership for Better HealthCommunity Dashboard2015-2016$10,000.00Create a community resource that will be an objective, data-driven information source on key indicators of education, economic, health and human service issues.