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Community Benefit Partnerships

Community Benefit Partnerships

Every three years, NCHS and River Bend Hospital commission a community health needs assessment to identify the most critical health needs in the communities they serve. This assessment guides the development of an implementation plan for NCHS community benefit grantmaking. NCHS then solicits partnerships with coalitions, funders, nonprofits, and other entities to directly address community needs identified by the River Bend Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment and other NCHS-initiated needs assessments. Beyond the NCHS capital grants program, these NCHS-initiated community benefit funding partnerships launch, expand, or strengthen programs and services that improve health outcomes and develop healthy communities.

Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Partnerships

Mental health workforce development  |  Community Health Network Foundation, Indiana University School of Medicine, Purdue University School of Nursing

Substance dependency treatment   |  Riggs Community Health Center

Recovery home capacity building   |  Home With Hope

Prescription Drug Safety   |  Prescription Drug Safety Network

Crisis intervention   |  Mental Health America Wabash Valley Region, NAMI West Central Indiana

Suicide prevention  |  Mental Health America Wabash Valley Region

Mental health services   |  River Bend Hospital

Mental health summit   |  Mental Health America Wabash Valley Region

Mental health resource awareness   |  Mental Health America Wabash Valley Region, NAMI West Central Indiana

Mental health navigator services   |  Mental Health America Wabash Valley Region, Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette, United Way of Greater Lafayette

Resilient Youth Initiative  |  Educational Development Center, Research Triangle Institute

Health & Safety Partnerships

Community Health Needs Assessment  |  Franciscan Health, Indiana University Bloomington School of Public Health, Indiana University Health West Central Region, Tippecanoe County Health Department

Revive & Survive nonprofit AED program  |  Kathryn Weil Center for Education

Fire safety outreach  |  Historic Five Points NCHS Child Safety Center

Medical respite for the homeless   |  LTHC Homeless Services

Rural health education  |   Indiana Rural Health Association

Wabash River corridor   |  Wabash River Enhancement Corporation

Nonprofit Capacity Building Partnerships

Douglas W. Eberle Board Governance Series  |  Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette, Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network, United Way of Greater Lafayette

Nonprofit Executive Development Initiative |  Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette, IUPUI Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Review NCHS's full funding history on the Funding History page.