Grants and Foundation Funding
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) administered through the federal Administration on Aging within the Administration for Community Living is currently funding our Healthy Aging NC initiative to build the capacity of half of NC’s Area Agencies on Aging, serving rural eastern and western NC communities, to bill Medicare for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support and to continue Healthy Aging NC’s statewide support of the Living Healthy with Chronic Disease (CDSME) suite of evidence-based programs. (3 years; 19-22)
Kate B Reynolds Foundation is currently funding our partnership with the North Carolina Institute of Public Health to support McDowell County in its efforts to address substance abuse and mental health. (3 years; 19-21)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) administered through the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently funding our Healthy Aging NC initiative to support arthritis awareness and Arthritis-Appropriate Evidence-Based Programs like Chronic Pain Self-Management Program and Walk with Ease in communities across the state. (5 years; 18-23)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) administered through the federal Administration on Aging within the Administration for Community Living is currently funding our Healthy Aging NC initiative to support statewide falls prevention efforts and expand access to, and utilization of, evidence-based falls prevention programs across 19 counties in Western North Carolina. (3 years; 17-20)
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, Injury and Violence Prevention Branch is currently funding our Healthy Aging NC initiative to build evidence-based falls prevention program capacity of local, regional, and state organizations, and to link healthcare providers to falls prevention screening and community resources. (1 year contracts, 5 years planned; 16-21)
Osteoarthritis Action Alliance is currently funding the Healthy Aging NC initiative to support the delivery of Walk with Ease across North Carolina. (1.5 years; 18-19)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) administered through the federal Administration on Aging within the Administration for Community Living funded our Healthy Aging NC initiative to expand access to, and utilization, of Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) programs across North Carolina and to establish NCCHW as a hub for the healthy aging network. (completed; 3 years; 15-18)
Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation North Carolina was our founding sponsor from our inception in 2007 through June 2018. This generous funding laid the foundation and sustained our statewide primary prevention work for a decade. (completed; multiple awards over 10 years)
Culture of Results Contract Partners (some current examples)
The Verner Center for Early Learning is working with us to create a Community Needs Assessment for Buncombe County to understand the strengths, resources, challenges, and recommendations of pregnant mothers and families with young children.
The Wake County Human Services Department has asked us to lead a Results-based Accountability training for the chairs of their Live Well Wake initiative.
The Buncombe County Community Engagement Team is partnering with us to provide training and support for Isaac Coleman Grantee Groups, helping them with program planning, evaluation, fundraising, and communication.
NCCHW partners with the WNC Health Network to support the WNC Healthy Impact Initiative. We engage hospitals and health departments in learning and using Results-based Accountability to improve population health across 16 counties and one tribal community. This is funded in part through the Duke Endowment.
Mountain Area Health Education Center contracts with our Culture of Results initiative to support planning and evaluation for Mothering Asheville. The focus of the project is to decrease maternal and infant death among African Americans in Western North Carolina.
Arts for Life has engaged our Culture of Results initiative to better understand the short- and long-term impact of their art programs on key customers (patients and families) and the hospital system/environment.