Serving the Communities of:
Carver • Duxbury • Halifax • Hanover • Hanson • Kingston • Marshfield • Pembroke • Plymouth • Plympton • Rockland

2023 – 2024 General Meetings

The Greater Plymouth CHNA meets the second Wednesday of month from 8:45AM to 10:15AM. Locations rotate between Zoom and in person meetings. Please email us at to join our mailing list.

Meeting Schedule

September 13th
October 11th
November 8th
December 13th
January 10th
February 14th
March 13th
April 10th
May 8th (Annual Meeting)
Health Literacy Awards Friday June 14th

The South Shore Community Partners in Prevention (SSCPP) provides grant opportunities 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.

2023- 2024 Mini-Grant Application

• This request for funding is for a maximum mini-grant award of $2,500 •

All SSCPP Grants will be reviewed twice 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 semiannually.

  • Fall/Winter: Applications due December 31st (Funding notifications January)
  • Spring/Summer: Applications due April 30th (Funding notifications May)

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 note, for profit ventures will not be considered.

Please complete the Mini-Grant Application and Budget Template, located below. Be sure to submit by semiannual deadline, as noted above. incomplete applications will not be considered.

Download Mini Grant Instructions (PDF)
Download Mini Grant Application 23 –
Download Grant Budget 23 –

If your grant is accepted, you will need to complete the “Outcomes Report Form” highlighting the impact that the grant had on your program/project.


Our Mission: The Greater Plymouth CHNA works to improve health outcomes based on identified health needs through collaboration among services, programs and resources within the communities we serve.