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2013 - 2014 Minority Health Community Grants


The Wisconsin Minority Health Program under authority of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services has awarded 4 grants in the amount of $25,000. The purpose of the community grants is to support the work of community-based organizations serving socially disadvantaged minority group members. The funded initiatives address the social determinants of health as the key strategy. The Minority Health Program is pleased to announce the 2013-2014 grantee recipients and their project goals.

2013 - 2014 Community Grant Projects & Goals

Logo-link to CORE/El Centro

CORE/El Centro (exit DHS)
Connected Communities

1) Support community health workers (CHWs) across different ethnic groups to identify the most prominent social determinants of health (SDH) and disseminate findings to inform community grass roots efforts, public health agendas and health policies.

2) Increase collaborative work among CHWs across cultures to promote civic engagement to address the social determinants of health.

Logo-link to Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency

Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency (exit DHS)
Peer Breastfeeding Support for African Americans in Racine, WI

1) Increase knowledge of the value of breastmilk and breastfeeding benefits among African American families in Racine (pregnant, breastfeeding mothers, fathers, family members and related community individuals).

2) Increase breastfeeding initiation rates among African American families.

Logo-link to Urban League of Greater Madison

Urban League of Greater Madison (exit DHS)
Minority Health Community Grants

1) Unemployed and underemployed individuals with employment barriers learn new skills and demonstrate the behaviors necessary for successfully achieving and retaining employment.

2) Unemployed and underemployed individuals increase their economic self-sufficiency by obtaining new or better employment.

Logo-link to Wausau Area Hmong Mutual Association

Wausau Area Hmong Mutual Association (exit DHS) 
Networking to Improve Hmong Health and Access to Care:

1) Improve the health literacy of Hmong living in North Central Wisconsin via bilingual workshops and courses.

2) Develop Wausau Area Hmong Health Coalition and formal structure for Hmong Health Education Network.

2012 Community Grants

2011 Minority Health Mini-grants

2010 Minority Health Mini-grants

2009 Minority Health Mini-grants

2008 Minority Health Mini-grants

2007 Minority Health Mini-grants

2006 Minority Health Mini-grants

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Last Revised: April 08, 2014