PAST GRANT AWARDS

Past Grants

In 2022, the Willamette Health Council established the Community Impact Fund and launched the Mini Grant and Standard Grant programs. To date, a total of $2,778,684.04 (supporting 47 projects) has been invested across the Willamette Health Council’s three grant programs:

Grant funding priority areas span behavioral health, housing, substance use services and traditional health workers. Funds were also invested in projects that closely align with the Willamette Health Council’s mission.

Grant ProgramOrganization NameProject NameAmount AwardedPriority Area(s)
Community Benefit InitiativeChurch At The ParkSupport Services for Unsheltered Individuals who are High Utilizers of Emergency Systems $240,000.00Behavioral Health, Housing, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit InitiativeC-Suite Consulting ServicesEconomic Empowerment Youth Trainings $87,990.00Behavioral Health, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit InitiativeFamily Building BlocksTherapeutic Early Childhood Programming $300,000.00Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeHoliday Swim ClubAdaptive Swim Class $14,567.00Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeInterface Network Inc.ELY Emotional Health and Wellness Project $222,656.00Behavioral Health, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit InitiativeOptions Counseling and Family ServicesBuilding Blocks for Effective Co-Parenting $111,308.50Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeOregon Family Support NetworkPromoting Health and Well Being for Fathers in Marion/Polk County $25,000.00Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeSantiam HospitalWheel of Change: Education and Support for Chronic Health Conditions $122,130.00Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeSantiam HospitalSeasons of Safety $29,117.79Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeSheltering SilvertonSheltering Silverton Transitions $65,340.00Behavioral Health, Housing, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit InitiativeWomen at the Well Grace HouseCase Management $100,000.00Behavioral Health, Housing, Substance Use Services
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantAcres of HopeProviding Mentoring Services to Youth who have Experienced Trauma. $24,999.00Behavioral Health
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantCapitol Dental CareIncentives for Improved Consent Return Rates $11,100.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantCorporation for Supportive HousingMarion County Keeping Families Together $24,500.00Behavioral Health, Housing
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantC-Suite Consulting ServicesCBEL’s Hallman Neighborhood Family Council “Fun Fridays at Northgate Park” Series $22,500.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantGervais School DistrictGervais Community Health Awareness Initiative $24,999.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantGreater Oregon Behavioral Health IncTherapeutic Foster Care Recruitment $24,000.00Behavioral Health
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantHappy Doc Family MedicineHappy Doc Community Vaccine Clinics $24,175.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantHIV AllianceEnhancing Integration of Community-Based Medical Case Management and HIV Treatment $16,031.00Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantImmanuel Lutheran ChurchWoodburn Opportunity Center $24,999.00Behavioral Health, Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantLegacy Silverton Medical CenterLegacy Care Management Fund $20,000.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantMicronesian Islander CommunityExpanding Access and Training for Community Health Workers $24,999.00Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantOregon Child & Family Services CouncilCenter for Excellence – Capacity Building $24,983.75Behavioral Health
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantORS 190 Entity, Mid-Willamette Valley Homeless AlliancePoint-in-Time Count to Address Homelessness in the Marion-Polk Region $24,886.00Housing
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantPNW Birth & FamilyOn-Call Doula Support $24,999.00Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantPolk County Family & Community OutreachFalls City Community Health Needs Assessment $24,500.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantRecovery Outreach Community CenterPeer Support for the Peer Support Specialist – Extending the Career of the Peer Support Specialist $13,240.00Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantSalem Capital PridePride Community Programs $9,000.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantSalem Free ClinicsRecruiting Volunteer Behavioral Health Providers to Serve at Salem Free Clinics $24,750.00Behavioral Health
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantSalem Health FoundationFamilies Matter Project $24,999.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantSalem Health FoundationReplacement of West Valley Hospital Connections Van $24,999.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantSalem Keizer School DistrictStudent Access to Dental Health Items $20,000.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantSalem Pediatric ClinicVirtual Reality for Pediatric Procedures $3,600.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantSantiam HospitalPatient Navigator in the Emergency Department to Help Address Social Determinants of Health $24,999.00Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantSoaring Heights Recovery HomesSoaring Heights Recovery Homes $24,999.00Housing
Community Impact Fund – Mini GrantWVP Health AuthorityAccess Incentive Program to Increase Well-Care Visits and Immunization Compliance $16,118.00Willamette Health Council Mission
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantCapitol Dental CareOvercoming Obstacles to Dental Care $75,000.00Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantCatholic Community Services of the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central CoastCommunity Health Worker Support for FHI Multidisciplinary Care Team Innovation $100,000.00Housing, Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantCenter for Hope & SafetyMosaic $50,000.00Housing
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantChildren’s Public Private Partnership (CP3)Safe at Home $50,000.00Behavioral Health, Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantChurch At The ParkEmergency Housing Behavioral Health Support $100,000.00Behavioral Health, Housing
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantMicronesian Islander CommunityIt Takes a Village: Building Community for Micronesians in Oregon $100,000.00Housing
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantMid-Willamette Valley Community Action AgencyNew Beginnings Housing Program $100,000.00Housing
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantNorth Willamette Valley Habitat for HumanityPeters’ Garden Neighborhood $100,000.00Housing
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantProject ABLEOutreach to Hard to Reach Places $69,500.00Behavioral Health, Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantRecovery Outreach Community CenterOutreach with a Purpose $87,700.00Behavioral Health, Traditional Health Workers
Community Impact Fund – Standard GrantSalem YMCA Veterans HousingCourtney Place: Affordable Housing for Veterans in the Heart of Downtown Salem $100,000.00Housing

 

 

 

2021 Grant Awards at a Glance

A total of $1,118,096.69 in Community Benefit Initiative grants were awarded. Funds were invested in 13 projects that supported behavioral health, housing and/or substance use services within the Marion-Polk region.

Grant ProgramOrganization NameProject NameAmount AwardedPriority Areas
Community Benefit InitiativeCapitol Dental CareBehavioral/Oral Community Health Workers $98,400.00Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeCASA of Marion CountyCASA of Marion County $25,000.00Behavioral Health, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit InitiativeChildhood Health Associates of SalemTraditional Health Workers $86,200.00Behavioral Health, Housing
Community Benefit InitiativeCorporation for Supportive HousingKeeping Families Together Marion County $115,000.00Behavioral Health, Housing, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit InitiativeHIV AlliancePeer Support Services for People Who Inject Drugs in Marion County $47,466.00Behavioral Health, Housing, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit InitiativeMicronesian Islander CommunityCommunity Health Navigator Outreach for the Micronesian COFA Community $191,564.80Behavioral Health, Housing
Community Benefit InitiativeOptions Counseling and Family ServicesTargeted SUD Support $90,919.00Behavioral Health, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit InitiativeOregon Family Support NetworkChildren’s Mental Health Initiative $78,000.00Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativePNW DoulasBirth & Newborn Education/Support $25,000.00Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeSalem Keizer Coalition for EqualityFormando Familias Fuertes Family Support Pilot $75,450.00Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeSalem Kroc CenterMeal, Movement, Mindset Project $97,140.50Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeWillamette Vital HealthTalking to Kids about Tough Stuff: Serious Illness, Death, and Grief $5,899.39Behavioral Health
Community Benefit InitiativeYouth EraRecovery Peer Support Specialist $182,057.00Behavioral Health, Substance Use Services

2020 Grant Awards at a Glance

A total of $909,392 in Community Benefit Initiative grants were awarded. Funds were invested in 8 projects that supported behavioral health, housing and/or substance use services within the Marion-Polk region.

 

Grant Program
Organization Name
Project Name
Amount Awarded
Priority Area(s)
Community Benefit Initiative
Capitol Dental Care
Tooth Fairy Deliveries
$85,000
Behavioral Health
Community Benefit Initiative
Catholic Community Services of the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Coast
Building Community Resilience in Affordable Housing Initiative
$202,500
Behavioral Health, Housing
Community Benefit Initiative
HIV Alliance
The Marion County Syringe Exchange
$25,000
Substance Use Services
Community Benefit Initiative
Iron Tribe
Self-Pay Project
$68,000
Behavioral Health, Housing, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit Initiative
Mano a Mano
Polk County Family Wellness Project (Proyecto Bienestar Familiar de Polk County)
$100,000
Behavioral Health
Community Benefit Initiative
Marion County Health and Human Services
PAX Good Behavior Game
$200,000
Behavioral Health, Substance Use Services
Community Benefit Initiative
Northwest Senior and Disability Services
The H.O.P.E. (Healthy Opportunities for Personal Empowerment) Senior Peer Mentor Program
$75,000
Behavioral Health
Community Benefit Initiative
Recovery Outreach Community Center
ROCC/SOCC Drop-In Center Program
$153,892
Behavioral Health, Housing, Substance Use Services