We support a wide range of grantees across all regions of New York State. Search below to learn more about our grantees.
New York University, School of Medicine
In 2023, NYHealth awarded New York University School of Medicine a grant to continue to provide NYHealth grantees with technical assistance in implementing their evaluation activities.
Fair Food Network
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Fair Food Network a grant to address technology barriers that limit the widespread adoption and redemption of nutrition incentives and produce prescription programs that support the purchase of fruits and vegetables.
Integrity Partners for Behavioral Health IPA
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Integrity Partners for Behavior Health IPA a grant to integrate family members into behavioral health care interventions for adolescents with substance use disorders in Western and Central New York.
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Equity Advocates a grant to ensure that New York City’s emergency food program is effectively and equitably implemented so community-based organizations and food-insecure New Yorkers have access to high-quality food.
Health Leads, Inc.
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Health Leads a grant to promote broader use of doulas across New York State through effective implementation of the Medicaid coverage expansion and by establishing a set of standards for doula-friendly hospital designation.
Organización Latino Americana (OLA) of Eastern Long Island
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Organización Latino Americana of Eastern Long Island
a grant to expand access to bilingual crisis counseling and mental health services for middle and high school students on Eastern Long Island.
Make the Road NY
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Make the Road NY a grant to address the urgent health and mental health needs of newly arriving migrants and asylum seekers settling in New York.
New York Immigration Coalition
In 2023, NYHealth awarded the New York Immigration Coalition a grant to address the urgent health and mental health needs of newly arriving migrants and asylum seekers settling in communities across New York State.