Osteopathic Heritage Foundation Approves Over $3 Million to Strengthen Behavioral Health Services in Franklin County

Following an extensive community engagement process, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation (the Foundation) recently approved funding awards totaling over $3 million, as part of its Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder Initiative (the Initiative). Through the Initiative, the Foundation aims to strengthen the organizational capacity of behavioral health providers in Franklin County, and to positively impact youth affected by the opioid epidemic. >Learn more about recent funding awards

Announcements

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Foundations Partner to Identify Impacts of COVID-19 on Nonprofit Organizations in Appalachian Ohio
Foundations Approve Nearly $5 Million for COVID-19 Response and Recovery Efforts
7/8/2020

Foundations Approve Nearly $5 Million for COVID-19 Response and Recovery Efforts

Since March 2020, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (the Foundations) have allocated nearly $5 million for COVID-19 response and recovery efforts in central and southeastern Ohio. 

COVID-19 Crisis Rapid Response April 2020
4/13/2020

COVID-19 Crisis Rapid Response April 2020

As developments related to COVID-19 continue to evolve and unfold, nonprofit organizations providing critical health and human services are rapidly expanding and changing their service delivery models to meet existing and growing demands from individuals and families, including the most vulnerable populations. 

Reports & Research

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Vision 2020 Award Annual Report
9/12/2019

Vision 2020 Award Annual Report

Read highlights from the most recent Osteopathic Heritage Foundation Vision 2020 Award Annual Report from the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

Year Three Progress Report: Strengthening Behavioral Health Service Delivery Capacity
10/1/2018

Year Three Progress Report: Strengthening Behavioral Health Service Delivery Capacity

Read the final Year Three Progress Report for more information about how this funding partnership  is positively impacting behavioral health and primary care in southeastern Ohio.

Report to the Community Highlights Impact of Grantmaking
6/1/2018

Report to the Community Highlights Impact of Grantmaking

For two decades, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations have proactively invested in innovative, sustainable strategies designed to improve health and quality of life. Learn more in our report celebrating 20 years. 

Heritage eNewsletter 


Current Issue Highlights:

  • Foundation Approves Over $3 Million to Strengthen Behavioral Health Services in Franklin County
  • Rocky Community Improvement Fund Partnership Update
  • 317 Board Partnership Approves Funding Awards
  • Osteopathic Heritage Foundations Sponsor PEAK Grantmaking Regional Gathering
  • Foundation Staff Support Service Projects