The Foundation for a Healthy High Point is proud to support these transformative organizations and their efforts to create a healthier community.

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Guilford County DHHS, Division of Public Health

Guilford Family Connects Program

Funding provides continued support of the Guilford Family Connects program to fund personnel costs for the full-time Registered Nurse (RN) assigned to High Point. The RN conducts virtual visits with mothers of newborns within the first one to three weeks after birth. The visit includes a comprehensive and visual assessment of mother and baby. In-home visitations will resume as soon as national guidelines confirm that it is safe to do so.

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Guilford County DHHS, Division of Public Health

JustTEENS Clinic

Guilford County DHHS, Division of Public Health plans to build infrastructure for the JustTEENS clinic to offer integrated behavioral health services. It recently began providing individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, and medication therapy management. Funding supports a portion of psychiatric services, advertising and recruitment efforts, and educational materials for clients.

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Guilford Education Alliance Inc.

General Operating Expenses

Funding includes support for general operations, and the High Point Schools Partnership, an affiliate of GEA focused on the unique needs of the 25 High Point schools. GEA also offers financial resources for the school system not covered by state or federal funding for capacity building and strategic planning efforts.

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Guilford Education Alliance Inc.

School-Based Telehealth Clinics in High Point

Guilford Education Alliance Inc. is partnering with Cone Health, GCS, and Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine to implement school-based telehealth clinics in two Title I High Point elementary schools over three years. Funding will assist with the fixed costs associated with the implementation – technology equipment, CMA, and administration. This program seeks to advance both educational and health equity goals.

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Guilford Nonprofit Consortium

Capacity Building for High Point Nonprofits

Funding provides general operating support to strengthen and increase the capacity of nonprofit organizations serving High Point. The Consortium provides a variety of capacity building activities including trainings and leadership development opportunities. The Consortium is also a strategic partner for the Foundation’s Healthy Minds Initiative and provides administrative support for the Nonprofit Internship Program.

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High Point Public Library Foundation

Sensory Garden

Funding supports an effort to build a sensory garden on the library’s property to provide a teaching and therapeutic area for the library and community as a whole, with a range of educational and recreational applications designed to stimulate senses through sound, movement, texture, and feel. Funding will help to leverage additional dollars that have been committed once specific financial targets are reached.

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High Point Regional Health Foundation

Maternal Navigator Program

Funding supports establishing a Maternal Navigator program at High Point Medical Center to link expectant and new mothers to community-based resources and improve birth outcomes. This position will also serve as an essential resource to providers within the hospital by offering training and information about available resources and identifying barriers to care. The grant also provides funding to convene a second Maternal and Fetal Health Summit.

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Mental Health Associates of the Triad

Awareness Raising & Rebranding Campaign

Funding supports efforts and materials to rebrand the organization and raise awareness about its services in the community, develop and launch a community-wide, collaborative communications campaign (Stop the Stigma) focused on decreasing the stigma related to mental health issues, communications consultants, and staff time to support and lead the efforts.

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Mental Health Associates of the Triad

Behavioral Health Services Expansion

Supports startup funding for expanding outpatient behavioral health services to the community. Funding provides staffing expenses for two clinical therapists and associated administrative costs. MHA is also an active member of the Foundation's Healthy Minds initiative and is committed to collaborative opportunities to address barriers to patient care.

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NC Triad Fusion – for Beyond Sports NC

Program Expansion to Additional Title I Schools in High Point

Funding supports the organization's expansion from serving four to nine Title I schools in High Point, enabling it to further demonstrate its model's success. Beyond Sports is a new grassroots organization focused on fostering participation in sports to increase social/emotional learning and physical activity and provide valuable life skills.

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