Inland Hospital Requests Proposals To Improve Community Health...

Jan 20, 2016 by

As a member of EMHS, Inland Hospital is committed to improving the health of the communities we serve. Our Community Benefit grant program is designed to help address priority health issues facing local communities by expanding partnerships and use of evidence-informed prevention practices. Inland Hospital is seeking proposals that measurably impact one of these priority health issues: substance abuse; mental health; poverty/economic opportunity; or oral health as identified in our 2015 Shared Community Health Needs Assessment (Shared CHNA). Approximately four awards will be made; applicants may request up to $5,000 for projects to be completed by December 30, 2016. To learn more, please visit the Community Benefits page at Ellen Wells Community Wellness Team Leader Inland Hospital 200 Kennedy Memorial Drive Waterville, MEĀ  04901 207-861-3292...

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Community Investors Initiative

Jun 24, 2015 by

Hello! The Poverty Action Coalition, a local group of people who came together to alleviate poverty in Waterville, has created a new initiative called the Community Investors. Community Investors are members of the community who receive weekly emails about individuals or families in need who could use your help. The requests featured in these emails come from residents of Waterville who have been referred to us through KVCAP, General Assistance, or the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter. These agencies sit on the Community Investors Committee, which convenes to insure that the people making requests face a significant barrier to maintaining their current quality of life or moving out of poverty. The Community Investors Initiative has only been in place for a few months, but in that short period of time we have helped several families meet...

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