PLYMOUTH — South Shore Community Partners in Prevention announced it will fund three local health initiatives in its fall grant cycle:
Health Imperatives: $9,806 health literacy grant to enhance and expand outreach and community education to better reach populations at high-risk of HIV infection.
Plymouth County Suicide Prevention Coalition: $3,500 mini grant to provide several mental health first aid youth and adult public training courses in Plymouth and Norfolk counties.
Rockland Girls Softball: $3,500 mini grant to provide an Automated External Defibrillator, a certified class on Basic CPR and AED, and needed medical supplies to care for the players and/or spectators at games and practices.
“We are thrilled to support the important work of these three initiatives,” said SSCPP chair, Michael Jackman. “Working together, we are making an impact in our community and helping to better the lives of those served.”
To learn more about South Shore Community Partners in Prevention and its grant process, visit http://chna23.org.