2016 was a transformative year for the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. We nearly doubled our grantmaking from 2015, awarding upwards of $21 million to support a healthier Michigan. Read more in our annual report, “Sparking Ideas, Engaging Communities.”
Learn about six projects across Michigan helping to combat the opioid epidemic.
A few months ago, Rumsey Street near the southwest end of Grandville Avenue in Grand Rapids looked like any other pocket of disinvestment in cities across the country. Situated in the dynamic neighborhood of Roosevelt Park, the site is surrounded by families, but here...
Traumas and systemic barriers can discourage LGBTQ individuals from seeking care, but the Ruth Ellis Center is working to change that.
We're pleased to announce more than $6 million dollars awarded through our 2017 Behavioral Health Initiative, including several grants aimed at addressing opioid addiction. The 16 grantee organizations serve communities in every region of Michigan, from Detroit to...
TRAILS is helping Michigan students and school professionals by teaching fundamental coping and self-care skills that can last a lifetime.
We are pleased to announce more than $8.5 million to 55 projects working to improve the health of Michigan children and seniors in communities across the state.
Last week we gathered with Health Fund grantees working in behavioral health. Read all about our first ever grantee convening on our blog!
Our 2017 Behavioral Health Initiative is now accepting proposals. Learn about this round’s key themes on our blog.
Learn how leadership and collaboration are making Senior Reach a success in Lapeer.