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These demonstrations will test the impact of early intervention strategies to improve stay-at-work/return-to-work outcomes of individuals who experience an injury or illness while employed.
An initiative dedicated to building the practice of listening to the people served by nonprofits...
The foundation's grants provide support to nonprofit organizations and faith-based agencies based in the state that offer outreach services in order to meet the basic needs of the poor, including food, clothing, shelter, and free health programs.
Grants of up to $20,000 each go to nonprofit organizations to help the underserved.
This private foundation is particularly interested in capacity-building efforts to improve the ability of organizations to provide needed services, such as education and workforce training.
The process is designed to allow both prospective nonprofits and the company to maximize time and resources in the grant-making process.
A meaningful understanding of dementia is essential to any dementia care provider’s toolbox, but being armed with the just basics is not enough. Today’s professional needs a host of other skills and sensitivities to make a positive difference in the quality of life of people with dementia and their families.
The connection between health care and housing is an emerging and important issue for city planners and developers, especially those invloved in projects geared toward Baby Boomers. This briefing, the first in a three-part series exploring the intersection of health and social policy, will focus on Medicaid and housing policy.
The NAELA Foundation considers both litigation and regulatory advocacy requests for funding. Besides the Colorado award , the Foundation has already distributed several other grants to support litigation that could set legal precedent in key areas of the law important to NAELA members and their clients.
The program supports the development of Parkinson’s disease therapeutic devices that can assist along the entire preclinical and clinical path.