Fall 2020 Community Resiliency and Recovery Grants:

The Greater Milford Community Health Network Area (CHNA 6) is a partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Milford Regional Medical Center, local service agencies, schools, boards of health, community health centers and other health organizations, as well as other concerned citizens who are working together to build healthier communities.  CHNA 6 awards grants to nonprofits and municipalities for activities that are in line with its Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).  

 

During the Summer of 2020, the CHNA 6 Steering Committee reviewed and revised the CHIP to reflect the critical public health needs brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.   The fall grants cycle is dedicated to supporting activities included in the CHIP, here. Please find all grant documents below:

 

Grant Guidelines
Community Resiliency and Recovery Grant [...]
Adobe Acrobat document [174.0 KB]
Grant Narrative
Community Resliency and Recover Grants N[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [103.9 KB]
Grant Coversheet
CHNA 6 Fall 2020 Grant Cover Sheet PDF.p[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [72.6 KB]
Project Budget and Narrative
Project Budget and narrative .xls
Microsoft Excel sheet [33.5 KB]

COVID-19 Emergency Grants: 

The CHNA 6 Steering Committee has voted to offer emergency grants in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications of up to $10,000 will be accepted on a rolling basis from July to September. For grant guidelines, click here. For grant application, click here. For grant guidelines, click here. For grant application, click here

COVID-19 Emergency Grant Guidelines
COVID Emergency Grant Guidelines PDF.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [118.6 KB]
COVID-19 Emergency Grants Application
COVID emergency grant application.docx
Microsoft Word document [32.4 KB]

2020 Spring Grant Awards:

In keeping with the recommendations of the October 2019 update to the 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan, the Greater Milford Community Health Network Area (CHNA 6) is pleased to be able to award grants this year that target our priority areas. After reviewing 11 applications from our partner organizations, the CHNA 6 Steering Committee is very excited to offer funding to 6 projects at $152,757.15 for this year's grant cycle. We would like to congratulate the following grant awardees:

  • The Medway Public Schools: "Wrap-Around Service Specialist"    
  • Riverside Community Care Outpatient Center: "Anxiety and Stress management YCBT for High School Students"    
  • The NAN Project, a Program of Eliot Community Human Services: "The NAN Project in Hopedale"
  • Wayside Youth & Family Support Network, Inc.: "Embedding a clinician at Stacy Middle School to Provide Mental Health Counseling During School Hours"
  • Hockomock Area YMCA: "Centralized Model for School Food Pantries in Milford"
  • Franklin Food Pantry: "Community Garden"

We would like to thank everyone who applied and applaud all the great work that is happening in our community. We would also like to extend a huge thank you to all the members of both Grant Review Committees, who volunteered their time to review the grants! 

2020 Spring Grant Cycle:

In keeping with the recommendations of the October 2019 update to the 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan, the Greater Milford Community Health Network Area (CHNA 6) is pleased to solicit proposals from eligible nonprofit and government organizations for the following four Priority Areas: 

  1. Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
  2. Mental Health and Substance Use
  3. Violence Prevention
  4. Access

Click here for all 2020 grant documents:

  1. Notification of Intent to Apply Form - required *
  2. Grant Guidelines
  3. Grant Coversheet 
  4. Project Narrative
  5. Budget Terms
  6. Project Budget and Narrative:
    1. PDF version
    2. Google drive version: Please download and save in order to use document to create budget 
  7. Sample Project Budget and Narrative 

2019 Fall Grant Announcement:

The CHNA 6 Steering Committee recognizes that valuable community projects may fit with the overall priorities of the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) but do not address specific objectives and strategies.  The Community Grants Program was designed to support these projects, with a special emphasis on smaller community-based and/or grassroots organizations.  We would like to congratulate the following grant awardees:              

  • Abundant Care Inc.: "Personal Products for Underserved and Immigrant Populations”
  • Franklin Senior Center: "Treadmill Replacement"
  • Hopedale Public Schools (Bright Beginnings Center): "Bright Beginnings Center Pyramid Model Implementation"
  • Medway Public Schools: "Rachel's Challenge”
  • Milford Public Schools: "Botvin Life Skills Training”
  • Milford Youth Center: "MYC Boxing Ring”
  • Tri-Valley Inc.: "Benefits Enrollment Counselor”

We would like to thank everyone who applied and applaud all the great work that is happening in our community. We would also like to extend a huge thank you to all the members of the Grant Review Committee, who volunteered their time to review the grants!

2019 Fall Community Grants:

The Greater Milford Community Health Network Area (CHNA 6) is committed to working with municipalities and nonprofit organizations to improve the health of the region.  In recent years, CHNA 6 has offered grants to address specific objectives of the 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).  This “collective impact” strategy will allow for lasting social change around health issues identified as part of the Community Health Assessment.    


The CHNA 6 Steering Committee recognizes that valuable community projects may fit with the overall priorities of the CHIP but do not address specific objectives and strategies.  The Community Grants Program was designed to support these projects, with a special emphasis on smaller community-based and/or grassroots organizations.   

In keeping with the recommendations of its 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan,  CHNA 6 is pleased to solicit proposals from eligible nonprofit and government organizations for the following four CHIP Priority Areas (to review the CHIP, click here):

  1. Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion: To create healthier communities and prevent chronic disease by improving nutrition and increasing physical activity.
  2. Mental Health and Substance Use: To increase emotional health across the lifespan and build an accepting community for those who are affected by mental health and substance use issues.
  3. Violence Prevention: To promote non-violent behaviors across the lifespan.
  4. Access: To Increase availability, knowledge, and use of services and resources that promote health, wellness, and access for vulnerable populations in CHNA 6 communities.

Click below for Notification of Intent to Apply, 2019 Fall Grant Guidelines and Narrative and the Project Budget and Budget Narrative: 

Notification of Intent to Apply
Notification of intent to apply form PDF[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [72.4 KB]
2019 Fall Community Grant Guidelines and Narrative
2019 FALL Community Grant Guidelines PDF[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [1.4 MB]
Project Budget and Budget Narrative
Project Budget and Budget Narrative (Fal[...]
Microsoft Excel sheet [33.5 KB]

2019-2020 Grant Announcement:

In keeping with the recommendations of the 2018 October update to the Community Health Improvement Plan, CHNA 6 is pleased to be able to award grants this year that target our priority areas. After reviewing 8 applications from our partner organizations, the CHNA 6 Steering Committee is very excited to offer funding to 2 projects at $32,133.00 for our forth year grant cycle. We would like to congratulate the following grant awardees:

  1. The NAN Project
  2. Wayside Youth and Family Support Network

We would like to thank everyone who applied and applaud all the great work that is happening in our community. We would also like to extend a huge thank you to all the members of both Grant Review Committees, who volunteered their time to review the grants! For complete list of grant awards, please click below. 

2019 Grant Annoucement PDF.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [171.7 KB]

Spring 2019 Update:

Thank you to all those who attended our last CHNA 6 meeting and Bidders Conference on January 18, 2019. We would also like to thank all those who signed up to be on the Grant Review Committees. For the Spring 2019 Grant cycle, we have received six level one grant proposals and two level two proposals, for a total request of $278,597.00. We wish all the agencies good luck! Final decisions will be announced on March 18, 2019.

Spring 2019-2020 Grant Info:

In keeping with the recommendations of the October 2018 update to the 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan (on main page), the Greater Milford Community Health Network Area (CHNA 6) is pleased to solicit proposals from eligible nonprofit and government organizations for the following four Priority Areas: 

  1. Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
  2. Mental Health and Substance Use
  3. Violence Prevention
  4. Access

The Steering Committee of the CHNA was charged with revisiting the CHIP each year to “improve and further align expectations with outcomes.”  During the fall of 2018, the Steering Committee worked to evaluate the outcomes of current grantees and how well they met the objectives of the CHIP.  In addition, the Steering Committee reviewed the 2018 Community Health Assessmentconducted by Milford Regional Medical Center.

Click here for all 2019 grant documents : 

  1. Notification of Intent to Apply Form - required *
  2. Grant Guidelines
  3. Grant Coversheet 
  4. Project Narrative
  5. Budget Terms
  6. Project Budget and Narrative: 
    1. PDF version
    2. Google drive version: Please download and save in order to use document to create budget 
  7. Sample Project Budget and Narrative 

2018-2019 Grant Announcement:

In keeping with the recommendations of the 2017 October update to the Community Health Improvement Plan, CHNA 6 is pleased to be able to award grants this year that target our priority areas. After reviewing 12 applications from our partner organizations, the CHNA 6 Steering Committee is very excited to offer funding to 8 projects at $193,161.50 for our third year grant cycle. We would like to congratulate the following grant awardees:

  1. United Way of Tri-County
  2. Family Continuity Inc. 
  3. Edward M. Community Health Center
  4. Hockomock Area YMCA (Level 1)
  5. Hockomock Area YMCA (Level 2)
  6. Milford Youth Center
  7. Medway Public Schools
  8. Franklin Food Pantry

We would like to thank everyone who applied and applaud all the great work that is happening in our community. We would also like to extend a huge thank you to all the members of both Grant Review Committees, who volunteered their time to review the grants! For complete list of grant awards, please click below. 

2018 Grant Annoucement PDF.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [74.5 KB]

2017-2018 Grant Announcement:

In keeping with the reccomendations of the 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan, CHNA 6 is pleased to be able to award grants this year that target our four priority areas: Chronic Disease and Health Promotion, Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse, Violence Prevention and Access. After reviewing 21 applications from our partner organizations, the CHNA 6 Steering Committee is very excited to offer funding to 10 projects at $247,277.23 for our second year grant cycle. We would like to congratulate the following grant awardees:
  1. United Way of Tri-County
  2. Family Continuity Inc. 
  3. Milford Police Department & JAG
  4. Riverside Community Care
  5. Edward M. Community Health Center
  6. Hockomock Area YMCA 
  7. Kennedy-Donovan Center
  8. Town of Milford Ruth Ann Bleakney Senior Center 
  9. Milford Youth Center
  10. Hockomock Area YMCA  
We would like to thank everyone who applied and applaud all the great work that is happening in our community. We would also like to extend a huge thank you to all the members of both Grant Review Committees, who volunteered their time to review the grants! For complete list of grant awards, please click below. 
2017 Grant Announcement .pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [484.2 KB]

2016-2017 Grant Awardees:

2016 Grant Award Announcement
CHNA_Grants_March2016.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [73.6 KB]
  • Click here for 2016-2017 grant report summary. 
2016 Mini-Grant Award Annoucement
2016 Mini-Grant Award Announcement.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [227.9 KB]
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