New! Grant Cycles by Focus Area, and More!

Focus Areas

Through our new strategic plan, the Michael Reese Health Trust is focusing on the following eight areas:

  • Support advocacy efforts to preserve the safety net
  • Strengthen the intersection between housing and healthcare through data sharing / integration across these sectors
  • Expand and sustain behavioral health services and supports, including Medicaid enrollment, within CPS
  • Build capacity and explore incentives for dental providers to expand integration of oral health and primary care
  • Support survivors of domestic violence through long-term counseling and facilitation of cross-sector provider collaborations
  • Foster a healthy Jewish community by supporting capacity building for affiliates of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago
  • Grow and sustain the healthcare workforce by supporting efforts that expose, educate, employ and elevate individuals along a pathway to careers in healthcare:
    • Youth (11-25 years old)
    • Veterans with previous healthcare experience in the military
    • Immigrants/refugees with previous healthcare experience in their home country
  • Prevent violence:

IMPORTANT NOTE:

During 2018, while the Trust is testing and refining our funding strategies, the application process will vary by focus area. Therefore, we recommend that you contact the program officer associated with each focus area to discuss how your organization might partner with the Trust.

  • Jennifer Rosenkranz, Senior Program OfficerJrosenkranz@healthtrust.net
    - Advocacy to preserve the safety net
    - CPS-based behavioral health
    - Domestic violence
    - Violence prevention: Partnership for Safe and Peaceful Communities
  • Rachel Reichlin, Program OfficerRreichlin@healthtrust.net
    - Housing and healthcare
    - Healthcare workforce
    - Oral health
    - Violence prevention: hospital-based
  • Gayla Brockman, President and CEOGbrockman@healthtrust.net
    - Healthy Jewish community

2018 Grant Cycles

Funding Cycle Spring Fall Winter
Proposal Deadline March 15 September 17 December 17
Grant Period July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019 January 1– December 31, 2019 April 1, 2019 – March 31, 2020
Focus Area -CPS-based behavioral health
-Healthcare workforce
-Healthy Jewish community
-Housing and healthcare
-Violence prevention
-Domestic Violence
-Oral health
-Advocacy to preserve the safety net
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