CHNA 20’s role as a regional health coalition has included providing financial and technical assistance to deserving organizations whose efforts support our mission and vision in our 13 communities. Historically, the coalition has offered grants to support programs, events, and sustainable change projects that lead to positive, enduring, and replicable outcomes on one or more CHNA 20 priority areas. Due to changes in DoN funding, CHNA 20 is significantly reducing grant making opportunities.

current grant programs

CHNA 7/CHNA 20 Collaboration Grant (2018 - 2020)

Offers up to $60,000 over a two-year funding period to address behavioral health and/or chronic disease in CHNA 7 and CHNA 20 catchment areas, with specific focus on 1) health education and promotion, 2) environmental changes, and/or 3) risk and protective factors.

Behavioral Health Grants (2018 - 2019)
Supported local projects that addressed substance use and/or mental health in CHNA 20 communities and considered one or more risk factors associated with disparities in outcomes, including: 1) stigma, 2) trauma, and/or 3) cultural competency. 2018 Behavioral Health Grant Recipients

past grant programs

Partnership Grants (2017 - 2018)
Provided support to local projects aimed at improving health and wellness in our service area by addressing the Social Determinants of Health (SDH) and building sustainable agency partnerships. 2017 Partnership Grant Recipients

Multi-Year Grants (2015 - 2018)
Provided funding to three qualifying organizations over the course of a 3-year grant period, focusing heavily on creating sustainable change through multi-sector collaboration. 2015 Multi-Year Grant Recipients

Community & Impact Grants (2012 - 2017)
Were distributed annually to discrete programs and sustainable change projects which served and benefited coalition communities and their residents. 2016/2017 Grantees | 2015/2016 | 2014/2015 2013 | 2012

Start-Up Substance Misuse Prevention Coalition Grants (2015- 2016)
Offered up to $1,500 for start-up funds for newly created Substance Misuse Prevention organizations, providing much-needed financial assistance to organizations that would not otherwise be eligible for funding due to their fledgling status. Grant Recipients | 2015/2016 Program 

Boards of Health Collaborative Grants (2015)
Offered up to $5,000 to groups of public health nurses in their efforts to address chronic disease prevention and wellness by helping with capacity building and the development of programs to address a shared community health need. Boards of Health Collaborations