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Twenty-four local organizations are benefiting from grants awarded by IU Health. In 2019, IU Health Community Outreach and Engagement awarded more than $900,000 to community organizations and institutions which—like IU Health—are addressing the health needs of the community. These needs include access to affordable healthcare, behavioral health and substance abuse, healthy weight and nutrition and social determinants of health.
“We are honored to support so many amazing organizations throughout our community that are working to make Indiana a healthier state,” says Kevin Armstrong, executive vice president and chief of staff at IU Health. “It takes reaching outside of our hospital walls to make a difference in the overall health of our Hoosiers and we are grateful for the opportunity to do so.”
Here are several organizations that are using grant dollars to improve the health of our communities:
Access to Affordable Healthcare:
Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse:
Healthy Weight and Nutrition:
Social Determinants of Health:
In 2018, IU Health provided over $711 million in total community benefit and served more than one million Hoosiers. Nearly 4,000 team members devoted thousands of volunteer hours to community projects through employee volunteer programs to help enhance the well-being of all Hoosiers.
If you’re interested in learning more about how these organizations impact the communities IU Health serves, keep an eye on the team portal for a more in-depth look at some of the winning organizations.
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