Texas Health Resources Opens Tender for Community Health Impact Grants – State of Reform

Texas Health Resources announced today that it is now accepting grant proposals for 2023-2024 to improve the health of communities in Texas.

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The purpose of the Impact on the Texas healthcare community grants are directed toward health care delivery and outcomes in underserved communities, with particular attention to those in the following counties: Collin, Dallas, Denton, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, Erath, Johnson, Kaufman, and Wise .

Dr. Catherine Oliveros, vice president of community health improvement at Texas Health Resources, spoke to State of Reform about the organization’s ongoing commitment to health equity.

“Grants are awarded to cross-sector collaborations that seek to innovate systems change and create a seamless experience for community members in need of services – regardless of their point of entry,” Oliveros said.

“We released new funding proposals in 2020 that allocated an additional $5 million for community efforts. The Press release 2023-2024 for the funding proposal is now live and will be open through September 15, 2022. For our third round of grants, we are investing $8 million with a $1.5 million gift from the WW Caruth, Jr. Fund of the Communities Foundation of Texas and an additional $1.5 million in consideration. from Texas Health. In total, Texas Health will have invested $18.2 million by 2023.”

The deadline for grant applications is September 16, 2022. For regional informational webinar dates and times or for more information on grant opportunities, email the Center for Nonprofit Management at expert@thecnm. org and clearly refer to “THCI”.

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