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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Health and wellness are essential to community vitality. funding opportunities include access to health care, medical research, mental health and preventative care.

Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center (BSW All Saints) is a full-service, non-profit hospital dedicated to the health & well-being of patients in Fort Worth & surrounding areas. The 538-bed medical center provides a full range of services including cardiac care, transplantation, women’s services, advanced head and neck disease, cancer diagnosis and treatment and emergency care.

More than 100,000 people in the United States today are waiting for an organ transplant. Many candidates for transplant wait years until an organ becomes available. A transplant requires many visits to the hospital. Twice Blessed House offers pre- & post-transplant patients, living 50+ miles away, affordable lodging with the amenities needed for daily living.

$1,000 – Covers rent for one transplant patient and their caregiver for their entire stay.

$2,500 – Covers rent and maintenance costs for two patients and their caregivers for an entire stay

$5,000 – Covers rent and maintenance costs for five patients and their caregivers for an entire stay

Total Budget

$80,000

JPS Foundation is a non-profit organization established to secure gifts and grants to support JPS Health Network and its programs such as women and infant services, behavioral healthcare, HIV/AIDS care, Arts in Medicine, Care for the Caregiver initiatives, new equipment for JPS clinics and department units, community health education and help to assist with other unmet needs.

Care for the Caregiver programs for staff & patients includes: two extra Spiritual Care and Ethics Chaplains; tablets for patients to connect with families and care teams to hold family conferences or end-of-life conversations; meals for frontline staff unable to leave their areas; Soul Café traveling cart with treats for caregivers; sleep kits for patients waiting for a room to open up and virtual resident check-ins.

$1,000 – Specialty teas, coffees and candies for the traveling Soul Café to give caregivers a boost

$3,000 – 3,000 sleep mask & earplugs for patients in hallways to help them sleep while waiting for rooms

$5,000 – Two months virtual mental health check-ins for the well-being of 175 first-second year residents

Total Budget

$175,000

Recovery Resource Council provides low-income residents access to mental and behavioral health treatment. The target population includes veterans, homeless adults with co-occurring disorders, at-risk youth, and adults with addiction or mental health disorders. Services are available remotely through TeleMental Health to residents of 20 North Texas counties and in-person at offices in Fort Worth, Denton and Dallas.

This project will increase access to mental and behavioral health treatment during the pandemic by providing low-income adults with TeleMental Health and in-person treatment and support services. By providing treatment and support services, clients will experience reduced levels of depression and anxiety and improved quality of life.

$2,154 – TeleMental Health support to provide mental and behavioral treatment for 250 adults remotely (average six sessions per client)

$2,238 – TeleMental Health support to provide therapy for 125 veterans remotely (average twelve sessions per client)

$4,600 – Two fever detecting thermal scanners to provide treatment for 250 in-person clients

Total Budget

$11,292

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If you have any questions about funding a nonprofit project, please contact Vicki Andrews at vandrews@northtexascf.org or call 817.877.0702.

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