We’re excited to announce 60 new awards, supporting Michigan’s older adults, systemic health challenges, maternal and infant wellbeing, and community health.
2021 was a year of evolution for the Health Fund. We officially ushered in a new strategic plan, welcomed a new CEO, and—like our incredible grantees—continued to adapt to shifting circumstances in the health landscape.
Michigan’s first age-friendly health conference highlighted the ways age-friendly work benefits us all—and how more collaboration and alignment is the next stage in the journey.
We’re pleased to announce 49 new awards through our 2022 Behavioral Health, Nutrition & Healthy Lifestyles, and Capacity Building programs! The funded projects are innovative efforts to improve the state of health in every part of Michigan.
We chat with Lynda Zeller about her new dual role with SAMHSA, Michigan’s most innovative behavioral health work, and where she’s hoping to see more growth.
We’re excited to be supporting 57 new initiatives through our 2022 Community Health Impact grant program! The selected organizations are making a difference for Michigan communities across the state.
A series of mini-lessons on harnessing the power of data in your grant proposal, program implementation, and reporting.
Key lessons and feedback from an early 2020 collaborative telehealth funding initiative in Michigan.
“A Year of Growth” is a review of 2021 at the Health Fund, including some of the grants, reports, and collaborations that most inspired us throughout the year.
A Detroit Area Agency on Aging (DAAA) initiative exemplifies the COVID-19 vaccine outreach that remains crucial entering 2022.