Community Health Network Foundation receives multi-million dollar grant to prevent Indiana youth suicides
SAMHSA funding accelerates Community’s Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth initiative and responds to a critical Indiana healthcare issue
Community Health Network Foundation has received a $3,679,744 grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to prevent suicide attempts and deaths among Indiana’s youth ages 10 to 24. The federal funding allows Community Health Network to accelerate its Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth initiative, a comprehensive early intervention and suicide prevention program that will train healthcare and youth-serving organizations to identify and refer at-risk youth. Read more >>
Chicago will serenade donors at Community Health Network Foundation cancer fundraiser
The Giving Gig 2015 will raise funds to help Community's cancer patients with financial struggles
The iconic band Chicago will headline The Giving Gig 2015, the Foundation's annual event that raises donations to help Community Health Network's cancer patients challenged with financial difficulties. The Giving Gig will be held on February 14, 2015, at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown hotel. Chicago's performance will highlight an evening of giving and romance, with proceeds benefiting Community's cancer patients and their families.
During Giving Gig 2014, nearly 900 donors united in a fight against cancer, raising $600,000 for our cancer patients.
Tickets for the Valentine's Day event are now available! To purchase, visit eCommunity.com/GivingGig or call 317-355-4483.
Grant allows Community Health Network to deliver exceptional care in area charter schools
The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation has awarded the Foundation a grant to provide health services in 15 charter schools in Indianapolis. Services will include primary healthcare for students in schools and health assessments of student communities. Read more >>
Community Health Network Foundation receives significant nursing grant to serve diverse populations
Community Health Network Foundation has been awarded a $1,497,635 federal grant to discover ways to deliver better health care, at lower costs, to diverse populations in Central Indiana while also strengthening Community Health Network’s nursing workforce and improving team-based care. The grant funding is provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the primary federal agency for improving access to health care by strengthening the health care workforce, building healthy communities and achieving health equity. Read more >>