About South Shore Community Partners in Prevention Grants
The South Shore Community Partners in Prevention (SSCPP) provides grant opportunities, listed below, to individuals and organizations in its catchment area, that serve to improve the health of its community and to eliminate barriers in achieving or maintaining good health.
TriCHNA Integrative Behavioral Health Grant
The South Shore Community Behavioral Health Initiative (SSCBHI), led by South Shore Health System, has announced that funding is available for two major community grants to support behavioral healthcare on the South Shore.
The $2.4 million in grant money is made possible through the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Determination of Need (DoN) Program, South Shore Health System and its SSCI partners, including the Greater Brockton Health Alliance, South Shore Community Partners, and Blue Hills Health Alliance.
Please follow this link for the grant application and more detail: https://www.southshorehealth.org/about-us/community-benefits/integrative-behavioral-health-grants
Letter of Intent (highly encouraged): January 11 – February 8, 2019
Grant submission due: March 22, 2019, please send to Jean Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grant to be awarded at the end of April, 2019
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH GRANT ($25,000)
Grant submission deadline has passed – opportunity CLOSED at this time.
All proposals (with all required attachments) must be submitted by September 14, 2018 by 5pm.
- Cover sheet
- Request for Proposals
- Memorandum of Understanding
- Progress Report
- Attachment A – Budget Timeline
- Attachment B – Implementation Timeline
MINI GRANT (up to $3,500)
Mini grants will be reviewed four times a year. To ensure timely review of your application, please submit grants by the following deadlines. South Shore Community Partners in Prevention steering committee members will review the grants each quarter.
Fall: Applications due October 15th (Funding notifications November)
Winter: Applications due January 15th (Funding notifications February)
Spring: Applications due April 15th (Funding notifications May)
Summer: Applications due July 15th (Funding notifications August)
Applicants applying for a mini grant must demonstrate how their project benefits one or more of the 11 communities (Carver, Duxbury, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Kingston, Marshfield, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Rockland) in the South Shore Community Partners in Prevention Community Health Network Area (CHNA 23).
Please complete the Mini-Grant Application and Budget Template, located below. Be sure to submit by quarterly deadline, as noted in the Grants section above.
If your grant is accepted, you will need to complete the “Outcomes Report Form” (located at the bottom of this page) highlighting the impact that the grant had on your program/project
HEALTH LITERACY GRANT (up to $10,000)
Based on the results of a Community Health Assessment, SSCPP’s has decided to focus its attention on Health Literacy, particularly around access to health care and the needs of special and vulnerable populations. To that end, SSCPP is providing grant opportunities for projects that either directly or indirectly support the goals of the Health Literacy Initiative. For more information about SSCPP’s Health Literacy Initiative, CLICK HERE.
Please complete the Health Literacy Grant Application and Budget Template, located below. Be sure to submit by quarterly deadline, as noted in the Grants section above.
If your grant is accepted, you will need to complete the “Outcomes Report Form” (located at the bottom of this page) highlighting the impact that the grant had on your program/project.
All funded grant recipients will need to complete the “Outcomes Report Form” and submit it to SSCPP at the end of the program/project.