A January 2022 look at the Foundation-managed Free Clinic of Culpeper, which shares the staffing and volunteer challenges facing many Virginia free clinics during the pandemic.
In April 2020 mental health clinician John Bankas was embedded with the Culpeper Police Department to serve as a co-responder to de-escalate response situations and provide resources to citizens experiencing mental health challenges. This program was supported by a Foundation grant.
A recent grant is helping the Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market to support Youth Nutrition Education and Fresh Farm Dollars for Kids programs.
The annual County Health Rankings report includes rankings for the Foundation’s service area of Culpeper, Madison and Orange counties. This article includes comments from Foundation president Shari Landry on ongoing collaborative efforts to address local public health challenges.
From the Orange County Review: …The Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic has transferred its assets into the care of the Culpeper Wellness Foundation, a non profit organization whose stated mission is to “improve health and promote wellness in Culpeper, Madison and Orange counties.”
The Claude Moore Charitable Foundation, Culpeper Wellness Foundation and the PATH Foundation partnered to fund a contact tracing program, in collaboration with nursing programs at George Mason University and Lord Fairfax Community College.
We were pleased to provide a grant to help support Aging Together’s iPads for Seniors program, designed to support connection for seniors during this challenging time of increased isolation due to the coronavirus.
In support of the Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic's identified need for expansion due to increased demand for dental health care, the Foundation contributed a grant in the amount of $40,000. Expanding operations at the clinic will include increased staff numbers to...
A new year is always a great time to establish or strengthen healthy habits. For publication in the winter 2020 Culpeper Quarterly, some of our staff contributed tips for healthy habits to consider for the new year.
The Foundation contributed a grant in 2019 to support the area’s first Oxford House, a residence for those recovering from addiction.