Past Recipients

Since 1996, the Grossmont Healthcare District has supported a variety of local nonprofit health-related organizations through grants and sponsorships to address the unmet healthcare needs of over 500,000 District residents. Below are a few of our grant recipients from the most recent year.

Center for Community Solutions

Trauma recovery integration counseling program

$20,000
Behavioral & Mental Health

Home Start, Inc

Specialized behavioral health service for victims of trauma, abuse and crime

$30,000
Behavioral & Mental Health

Vista Hill

Confronting the challenges of mental illness, substance use disorder or intellectual and developmental disabilities

$30,000
Behavioral & Mental Health

Caring Community Living with Cancer (CCLC)

Cancer support groups for patients, survivors, caregivers, and family members

$10,000
Cancer

Alzheimer’s San Diego

Alzheimer’s Response Team (ART) pilot program; Supported Families Affected by Dementia program

$27,500
Aging

Serving Seniors

East County senior nutrition program

$30,000
Aging

ElderHelp of San Diego

Care coordination for seniors

$42,000
Aging

Meals on Wheels Greater San Diego

Nutrition for seniors

$25,000
Aging

Champions for Health

Provides access to specialty care for underserved residents

$19,000
Direct Patient Care

La Maestra Family Clinic

Expanding access to dental services in East County

$35,000
Direct Patient Care

Volunteers in Medicine

Financial support of free medical clinic based in El Cajon

$150,000
Direct Patient Care

Mountain Health & Community Services, Inc.

Provide high quality comprehensive primary care regardless of ability to pay

$58,307
Direct Patient Care

The ALS Association, Greater San Diego

East County patient care services

$14,671
Disability Services

Challenge Center

Health function and wellness initiative for seniors and people with disabilities

$50,000
Disability Services

Home of Guiding Hands

Quality nursing care for people with development disabilities

$119,000
Disability Services

Noah Homes

Behavioral consultant, life enhancement services for adults with development disabilities

$19,000
Disability Services

St. Madeleine Sophie’s Training Center

On-site nursing services for adults with developmental disabilities

$25,000
Disability Services

Developmental Services Continuum, Inc.

Part-time healthcare coordinator/LVN position, case management

$24,999
Disability Services

Burn Institute

School and community-based fire and burn prevention services

$34,000
Social Services

Crisis House

“Project Homeless Connect” health and social service delivery event

$7,000
Social Services

License to Freedom

Community education, self-sufficiency, and advocacy for refugee and immigrant survivors of domestic and relationship abuse

$10,000
Social Services

Sharp Healthcare Foundation

Prevention education for brain, spinal cord, and other traumatic injuries

$3,500
Social Services

San Diego Freedom Ranch

Addiction residential treatment program for men

$34,073
Social Services

Health Occupations Center

Education for those interested in employment preparation, skill advancement, and/or personal fulfillment in health-related fields

$100,000
Workforce Development

Grossmont Union High School District/Mountain Empire Unified School District

GHD Health Career Pathway Initiative

$227,500
Workforce Development

The Eric Paredes Save a Life Foundation

Heart screenings for youth (ages 12-25)

$10,000
Chronic Conditions

Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank

Increasing access to healthy food for East County residents

$14,000
Chronic Conditions

Annual Community Grants Program Q & A Forum

June 23, 2020
This annual forum is designed to allow for potential healthcare district grantees to learn of any updates to the grant application and review its components ahead of the yearly grant cycle. Listen and watch Zoom recording below to access our most recent Q&A Forum including attendee Q&A.

Inaugural All-Grantee Convening

February 4, 2020
In 2020, local partner Champions for Health is facilitating quarterly meetings for current and recent grantees on behalf of the Grossmont Healthcare District. The purpose of these meetings is to educate current grantees about regional needs assessments and offer collaborative opportunities to help leverage current resources as well as additional funding for our region.

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Contact us if you have additional questions or feedback about your organization’s eligibility or upcoming workshop opportunities.

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