Roadmaps to Health Community Grants
The Roadmaps to Health Community Grants, which supported two-year state and local efforts among policymakers, business, education, health care, public health and community organizations, were managed by Community Catalyst, a national consumer health advocacy organization.
These grantees worked to create positive policy or systems changes that address the social and economic factors that impact the health of people in their community.
The grantees built on the County Health Rankings model, which highlights the critical role that factors such as education, jobs, income, and our environment play in influencing how healthy people are and how long they live. The Roadmaps to Health community grantees worked to create healthier places to live, learn, work and play.
Two rounds of grants were awarded:
First Round Grantees
- Alameda County Public Health Department -- Alameda County Prosperity Project
- Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center -- Neighborhoods Taking Action: A Partnership Approach to Policy and Systems Change to Improve High School Graduation Rates and Health, Detroit, Mich.
- Kentucky Youth Advocates -- Increasing Assets to Promote Healthy Families in Kentucky
- New Mexico Voices -- Connecting Data to Action, New Mexico
- New River Valley Planning District Commission -- Healthy New River Valley, New River Valley, VA
- Osborne Association -- New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents, New York
- Pacific Institute for Studies in Environment, Development and Security -- Safe Return Re-entry Project, Richmond, Calif.
- Partners for a Healthier Community -- Wellspring Initiative, Springfield, Mass.
- PedNet Coalition -- Health Impact Assessment to Expand Public Transportation and Access to Employment for Underserved Residents of Boone County, Missouri.
- Rhode Island Kids Count -- Healthy Futures: Cradle to College, Providence, RI.
- Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency -- Shasta County College and Career Readiness Initiative, Redding, Calif.
- WISDOM --Treatment Alternatives to Incarceration in Wisconsin
Second Round Grantees
- Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (BUILD) -- Transform Baltimore-Healthy Schools, Healthy Children
- Center for Children's Advocacy -- Connecticut Alternative School Reform
- City of Manchester Health Department -- Creating Healthier and Safer Neighborhoods in Manchester, New Hampshire, through the City’s Change to Multi-Use, Integrated and Resident Engaged Schools
- Community Service Society of New York -- A Roadmap for Passage of Paid Sick Days in New York City
- Dignity in Schools Campaign – New York (DSC-NY) -- Dignity in Schools Campaign New York Project for Positive School Discipline in New York City Schools
- East Bay Asian Youth Center -- Linked Learning Campaign for Oakland’s High Schools
- Ibero-American Development Corporation -- A Civil Approach to Eliminating Open-air Marijuana Markets: The Rochester Drug-Free Streets Initiative
- Institute for Native Pacific Education & Culture -- Hawaii Community and Schools Partnership Innovation
- Mason Matters -- High School Graduation and Beyond
- New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty -- Improving the Economic Security of New Mexico’s Poorest Workers
- Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments -- Peak Military Care Network
- Priority Spokane -- Early Support, Effective Support: Establishing School and Community Truancy Boards for Middle Schools
- TakeAction Minnesota Education Fund -- Back to Work: Ending Job Discrimination Based on Criminal Record
- Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy -- Fair Lending for Texas
- United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey -- Increasing Kindergarten Readiness in Greater Philadelphia
- United Way of Salt Lake -- South Salt Lake Early Learning Network
- United Way of Southeast Louisiana -- Improving Quality Education for Young Children: Licensing Family Child Care in Louisiana
- United Way of Southern Nevada -- The Las Vegas Health Communities Coalition Early Childhood Initiative