As the only statewide health foundation in New York, we support a wide range of grantees across all regions of the State. Search below to learn more about our grantees.
Research Foundation for the State University of New York
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Research Foundation for the State University of New York a grant to pilot a deprescribing program for elderly patients in long-term care facilities in Central New York.
Hudson River HealthCare, Inc.
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded a grant to Hudson River HealthCare to pilot and evaluate an innovative intervention program for reducing opioid-related abuse.
Physicians for Human Rights
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded Physicians for Human Rights a grant to coordinate with New York State health professionals on helping refugees and asylum seekers to obtain medical documentation of the harms they are escaping.
Nonprofit Finance Fund
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Nonprofit Finance Fund a grant to help community-based organizations partner and align more effectively with health care payers.
Partnership for the Public Good, Inc.
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded a grant to the Partnership for the Public Good to pilot a program to divert low-level nonviolent offenders from incarceration and into behavioral health treatment programs and other supportive services in Buffalo.
Asian American Federation of New York
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Asian American Federation of New York a grant to increase linguistically and culturally competent mental health services tailored to Asian-American communities in New York City.
The Public Good Projects, Inc.
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Public Good Projects a grant to create a media surveillance system to help public health officials and health care providers combat misinformation about vaccines.
Brain Injury Association of New York State
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Brain Injury Association of New York State a grant to address gaps in concussion management in schools across New York State.
Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc. (Suicide Prevention Center of New York)
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene (Suicide Prevention Center of New York) a grant to improve the current system for suicide death reporting and prevention initiatives.