2005 Funded Partnership Awards
The Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program provided funding awards totaling $3,983,375 for 23 community-academic partnerships in two award categories:
Planning Awards - projects typically range from $10,000 - $25,000 for approximately one-year that involve community-academic partnership development or have an emphasis on planning. The Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program funded $383,375 for 15 Planning projects.
Implementation Awards - projects typically range from $50,000 - $150,000 annually for approximately three-years that emphasize the implementation of community-based initiatives or programs. The Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program funded $3,600,000 for 8 Implementation projects.
Nearly 200 proposals were submitted by 464 community and academic partners, requesting $40,900,000. From these proposals, 23 projects were approved for funding totaling nearly $4 million. To view a printable summary of these 23 funded projects and their areas of emphasis, please click here. For additional information on any of HWPP's funded projects, please complete the Information Request form.
Click on any of the below titles for more information on the funded project.
Barron County Fall Prevention Project
Booster Seat Educational Campaign for Milwaukee
Community-Academic Partners For Elder Abuse Education and Prevention
Creating a Community-Academic Partnership to Improve the Oral Health of Waukesha County
Domestic Violence Screening in South Central Wisconsin
Elder Health Upholders
Focus on Kids Partnership Project
Healthier Cumberland Coalition
Holistic Health Planning Partnership for Women Offenders
How Safe Is the Safety Net: A Partnership to Address the Needs of the Underserved in Milwaukee County
Mental Health Capacity
Neighborhood Center Nutrition and Physical Activity Demonstration Project for Urban Children and Families
Project HOPE (Health of People Everywhere): An Agape / Stritch / MCW Partnership
Rock River Healthy Smiles
System Planning For an Integrated Database for Children With Developmental Disabilities
Bilingual Community-Based Chronic Care Project
Church-Based Health and Wellness Program
Community Health Advocate Model Program (CHAMP)
Culturally-Appropriate Weight Loss Intervention for Overweight Latino Children
Health Care Can Change From Within: A Sustainable Model for Intimate Partner Violence
Partner Up for Superior Health (PUSH)
Riverwest Health Initiative
Wisconsin Injury Prevention Coalition