In the Community
Quality Grants Program
Harvard Pilgrim awarded four quality grants in 2018 that support initiatives to improve the approach to pain management and opioid addiction:
- Community Health Center Association of Connecticut for Submission Project Echo: Building an Integrated Approach to Pain Management and Opioid Addiction in Federally-Qualified Health Centers
- Cheshire Medical in New Hampshire for their initiative: Prescribe for Health: Transforming Care Through Clinical-Community Integration
- Maine Quality Counts for their initiative: Project ECHO Medication Assisted Treatment: Building Competency and Capacity for Primary Care Teams
- Boston Children’s Hospital for their initiative: Integration of Substance Use Services in Pediatric Primary Care
The Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation
- In May 2018 we launched a $40,000 Opioid Misuse Prevention, Recovery and Treatment Grants program. Funded by our Foundation, the program will offer individual grants up to $10,000 to local nonprofit organizations in New Hampshire that serve residents dealing with opioid addiction.
- The Foundation recently partnered with the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and donated $50,000 to their New Hampshire Tomorrow Fund, to assist local families affected by the opioid epidemic.