Bethesda grants support local health projects

Bethesda Inc. awarded five grants totaling nearly $8 million to fund local health care projects involving TriHealth and community nonprofits. They include:

  • $3 million to TriHealth to develop a sustainable model of treating behavioral health needs in primary care through education, treatment and better connection to needed resources. 

  • $1.75 million to Health Care Access Now to transform the healthcare system for those who suffer from chronic disease, in partnership with TriHealth Good Samaritan Hospital Faculty Medical Center.
  • $1.2 million to TriHealth Corporate Health to apply consumer science theory to health care to assist individuals to make and sustain behavior and lifestyle changes.
  • $1.1 million to Beech Acres Parenting Center, Cincinnati Children’s Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children, and TriHealth Pediatrics, including Group Health, to transform pediatric primary care practices to support optimal child health and development.
  • $874,000 to the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati to fund M-HeLP, a  pilot program to find a sustainable funding model for medical-legal partnerships.

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