After an NYHealth project has closed, we usually write a grant outcome report to capture the initiative’s impact. With input from the grantee and NYHealth program staff, grant outcome reports take an honest look back at the program, document the work completed, and share lessons learned, including how we might have better supported our grantee’s efforts.
Disrupt Veteran Suicide
In 2020, NYHealth awarded Stop Soldier Suicide a grant to expand its evidence-based suicide prevention program to identify veterans at high risk in New York City, intervene, and provide them with resources and care plans.
Expanding Access to Community-Based Mental Health Services for Veterans
NYHealth awarded the Headstrong Project a grant to expand its mental health program for veterans into additional upstate New York regions.
Growing the Farm-to-School Movement in New York
In 2018, NYHealth awarded American Farmland Trust a grant to grow the constituency of support for the farm-to-school movement in New York State.
Analyzing Health Care Spending and Prices in New York State
NYHealth awarded the Health Care Cost Institute a grant to examine health care spending patterns and growth in New York State.
Supporting a Full-Service Grocery Store and Market in Syracuse
In 2020, NYHealth awarded Syracuse Urban Partnership a grant to support a full-service grocery store within walking distance for residents of the Near Westside neighborhood in Syracuse.
Supporting Health Care Access for Immigrants and Their Families, Phase 2
NYHealth awarded the New York Immigration Coalition a second grant to continue addressing federal policies that restrict health care access and coverage for New York State-based immigrants and their families.
Piloting a Nutrition Incentive Program for Low-Income New Yorkers
NYHealth awarded Public Health Solutions a grant to help the New York City Mayor’s Office of Food Policy pilot an incentive program designed to be more accessible and to support long-term healthy shopping patterns among low-income New Yorkers.
Addressing the Opioid Epidemic by Improving the Electronic Health Records Prescription Process
In 2017, NYHealth awarded Weill Cornell Medicine a grant to encourage physicians at hospitals and federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) to prescribe opioids at levels consistent with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.