We are honored to announce PHPDA’s Major Grant awards of more than $3 million to 20 community partners to improve health care access and outcomes.
“Each year, it’s a special moment for PHPDA to announce a class of new Major Grant partners. 2022 is no exception. From an outstanding applicant pool, these programs emerged as our top choices for taking community-centric approaches to health equity. We look forward to learning from them as they work to improve access to healthcare services and health resources for unserved and underserved populations in Seattle and King County.”
— John Kim, Executive Director
New Major Grants
The following agencies were awarded new Major Grants, ranging from $75,000 to $200,000 for programs starting July 1, 2022:
Childhaven: Promoting Equitable Access to Early Childhood Services for Latinx Children in South King County through Culturally Responsive Developmental Screening and Family Support
Evergreen Treatment Services: Treatment in Motion: Community-Based Rapid-Access Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
Global Perinatal Services: Black Bundle of Joy
Lutheran Community Services Northwest: Refugees Northwest: Enhanced Mental Health Services for Asylees and Asylum Seekers
Public Defender Association: COVID Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion/Let Everyone Advance with Dignity (CoLEAD)
Tubman Center for Health and Freedom: The Freedom Clinic: A Community-designed Healthcare Pilot & School-Based Health Center
In addition to the six new grant programs, PHPDA renewed funding for 14 ongoing Major Grant projects.