Harvard Pilgrim is offering a $40,000 New Hampshire Opioid Misuse Prevention, Recovery and Treatment Grants program, and has also awarded quality grant funding to 11 providers for 2018, with initiatives addressing a variety of health topics.
Apply for NH Opioid Prevention/Treatment Grant by June 29
This grants program, which is funded by the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation, will offer individual grants of up to $10,000 to local non-profit organizations in New Hampshire that offer evidence-based prevention, treatment, or recovery services to residents dealing with opioid addiction.
Grant requests can be for $5,000 or $10,000, and each applicant must be a non-profit, 501(c)(3) program or organization.
To receive an application or for any questions, email Susan Walsh at Susan_Walsh@harvardpilgrim.org by June 15, 2018. The deadline to send in applications for the Opioid Misuse Prevention, Recovery and Treatment Grants program is at 4 p.m. on Friday, June 29, 2018. For additional information, refer to this press release.
2018 Quality grants awarded to 11 providers
Physician practices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire will receive grant funding this year from Harvard Pilgrim’s Quality Grants Program. The program will fund 11 initiatives up to $100,000, with each designed to improve care delivery and reduce costs within a variety of care delivery models.
The 11 initiatives address issues such as pain management and opioid addiction, behavioral health, and chronic kidney disease. Physician leaders from Harvard Pilgrim’s provider network helped select the winning proposals. Review criteria included demonstrated need, innovation in providing care, sustainability, care coordination for complex and chronic care, and behavioral health integration.
Our Quality Grants Program website and this press release offer additional details on the 2018 Quality Grants Program, including the list of provider groups that received grants.