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.
Center for a New American Security, Inc.
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Center for a New American Security a grant to determine the health needs of minority veterans in New York State and provide recommendations for better meeting those needs.
Global Strategy Group, LLC
In 2018, NYSHealth awarded Global Strategy Group a grant to increase awareness of and access to Veterans Treatment Courts in New York State.
New York Legal Assistance Group
In 2018, NYSHealth awarded the New York Legal Assistance Group a grant to train and educate private, non-VA health providers about the unique health and social needs of veterans.
Urban Justice Center
In 2018, NYSHealth awarded the Urban Justice Center’s Veteran Advocacy Project a grant to address the health and legal needs of justice-involved veterans at Rikers Island.
NYSHealth awarded PsychArmor Institute a grant to create and implement an online version of the in-person training program for Veterans Treatment Court peer mentors.
Headstrong Project, Inc.
NYSHealth awarded the Headstrong Project a grant to expand its mental health program for veterans into additional upstate New York regions.
Justice For Vets (National Association of Drug Court Professionals)
NYSHealth awarded Justice For Vets (under the auspices of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals) a grant to create a universal plan for ensuring that every eligible veteran in New York State has access to a high-quality, high-performing Veterans Treatment Court.
SUNY New Paltz Foundation, Inc.
College campuses nationwide are experiencing an increase in student veterans, military service members, and dependent enrollment as a result of the high number of troops returning from deployment and enhanced G.I. Bill educational benefits. However, adjusting to academic structures and schedules; balancing family, work, and school; and managing medical conditions can make the transition to life as a college student especially challenging for individuals with military experience.