Resources & Reports
Impact of Hurricane Sandy on Staten Island Nonprofits: A Town Hall Event By: Dara Major Philanthropy Consulting Priority Areas: Other Date: November 2013 Type: Resources, Report
This Dara Major Philanthropy Consulting report summarizes findings from a Town Hall event convened by the Staten Island Foundation (SIF) and the Staten Island Not-for-Profit Association six months after the Hurricane Sandy storm devastated New York. Leaders from the nonprofit, philanthropic, and public sectors, including NYSHealth, gathered for a discussion on how to build greater understanding about the impact of Hurricane Sandy on Staten Island-based nonprofits, with a focus on their infrastructure and capacity. In the aftermath of the disaster, NYSHealth awarded SIF a grant to help bolster SIF’s health-related recovery mission and strengthen its ability to leverage funding opportunities for the Staten Island community.Download: DOC
Raising the Bar for Health and Mental Health Services for Children in Foster Care: Developing a Model of Managed Care By: Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies Priority Areas: Special Projects Fund Date: November 2013 Type: Resources, Report
In this NYSHealth-supported report, the Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies (COFCCA) examines the health and mental health care services for New York State’s foster care children and youth and offers recommendations for a managed care model that is financially viable and addresses the range of health needs for children in foster care.Download: DOC
New York State Health Foundation: Integrating Mental Health and Substance Abuse Care By: Health Affairs Priority Areas: Integrating Mental Health and Substance Use Services Date: October 2013 Type: Resources, Article
This GrantWatch article in the October 2013 issue of Health Affairs examines the New York State Health Foundation's efforts to ensure that New Yorkers coping with both substance use and mental health disorders receive integrated care that addresses both conditions at the same time.