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SSJHWF Support of School-Based Health in West Virginia

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Transcript of SSJHWF Support of School-Based Health in West Virginia

2008 - 2009
SSJWHF Funded:
• Five SBHC sponsors to provide mental health services at their sites

• One SBHC expansion/upstart grant in Webster, Wirt and Wood Counties

• One grant for SBH services for two Catholic schools in Hancock and Ohio Counties

• One grant to the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team for school-based mental health services support

• One SBH practice management project

• WVSBHA

The Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation
2013-2014
As of October 2013- 91 SBHCs serving 112 schools in 32 counties
New SBHCs opened in Fayette, Wayne and Webster Counties. SSJHWF contributed funding for the renovation of the SBHC in Webster County.
Current SBHC expansion efforts in the following counties:
Doddridge County
Hancock County
Harrison County
Kanawha County
Lewis County
Nicholas County
Randolph County
Tucker County

2004 - 2005
37 SBHCs serving 47 schools in 19 counties
Our Mission
The mission of the Sisters of Saint Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation (SSJHWF) is to improve and enhance the spiritual, physical and psychological health of all West Virginians by making resources available that promote and support collaboration and partnering among various local, state, national and government groups.
Since the Foundation's commitment to the school-based health effort in 2002, a number of state-level activities have converged to bring school-based health centers to the attention of many state agencies. As a partner in all of these efforts, the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation (SSJHWF) has had a sustaining positive impact on the school-based health movement in West Virginia.
Our History: 2004 - 2013
2005 - 2006
43 SBHCs serving 54 schools in 23 counties
2006 - 2007
SSJWHF Funded:
• Seven SBHC sponsors to provide mental health services at their sites

• Three SBHCs to participate in a childhood obesity project with Marshall University

• Four SBHC expansion/upstart grants to SBHCs in Barbour, Fayette and McDowell Counties

• One grant to the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team for school-based mental health services support

• One grant for SBH services for two Catholic schools in Hancock and Ohio Counties

• WVSBHA

2007 - 2008
SSJWHF Funded:
• Six SBHC sponsors to provide mental health services at their sites

• Three SBHCs to participate in a childhood obesity project with Marshall University

• Two SBHC expansion/upstart grants to SBHCs in Webster and Wood Counties

• One grant to the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team for school-based mental health services support

• One grant for SBH services for two Catholic schools in Hancock and Ohio Counties

• WVSBHA
2009 - 2010
53 SBHCs serving 63 schools in 24 counties
2010 - 2011
SSJWHF Funded:
• Seven SBHC sponsors to provide mental health services at their sites

• One grant for SBH services for two Catholic schools in Hancock and Ohio Counties

• One grant to the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team for school-based mental health services support

• WVSBHA
2011 - 2012
SSJWHF Funded:
• Five SBHC sponsors to provide mental health services at their sites

• One grant for SBH services for two Catholic schools in Hancock and Ohio Counties

• One SBHC expansion/upstart grant in Hancock County

• One grant to the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team for school-based mental health services support
services

• WVSBHA
2012 - 2013
88 SBHCs serving 107 schools in 32
counties
SSJWHF Funded
:
• Seven SBHC sponsors to provide mental health services at their sites

• Two SBHC expansion/upstart grants to SBHCs in Jackson and Wood Counties

• One grant to the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team for school-based mental health services support

• One grant for SBH services for two Catholic schools in Hancock and Ohio Counties

• One SBH practice management project

• One third-year grant to fund a SBH fund at the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation to establish a SBH initiative. Total given to foundation: $ 300,000.

• WVSBHA
SSJWHF Funded:
• Seven SBHC sponsors to provide mental health services at their sites

• Three SBHCs to participate in a childhood obesity project with Marshall University

• Two SBHC expansion/upstart grants to SBHCs in McDowell and Wood Counties

• One grant to the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team for school-based mental health services support

• One grant for SBH services for two Catholic schools in Hancock and Ohio Counties

• One SBH practice management project

• WVSBHA
46 SBHCs serving 57 schools in 23 counties
47 SBHCs serving 58 schools in 23 counties
48 SBHCs serving 60 schools in 24 counties
SSJWHF Funded:
• Six SBHC sponsors to provide mental health services at their sites

• One SBHC expansion/upstart grants in McDowell, Webster, Wirt and Wood Counties

• One grant for SBH services for two Catholic schools in Hancock and Ohio Counties

• One grant to the School-Based Health Center Technical Assistance and Evaluation Team for school-based mental health services support

• WVSBHA
58 SBHCs serving 68 schools in 25 counties
68 SBHCs serving 80 schools in 28 counties
New SBHCs opened in Braxton, Greenbrier, Harrison, Lincoln, Logan, Pocahontas, Putnam, Raleigh, Upshur and Wood Counties
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