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Community Health Partnership Grants

Partnering for Healthier Tomorrows

Valley Health recognizes our community’s health concerns are complex and that we cannot solve them alone. We are proud to support and partner with area community agencies, allowing us to leverage our resources for more meaningful impact on persistent health trends and disparities affecting our region.

Valley Health’s Community Partnership Grant program provides eleven one-year grants totaling $200,000 to area non-profit organizations that address critical health needs. One organization receives the top grant award of $100,000, two receive $25,000 awards, four receive $10,000 awards and four receive $2,500 mini-grants.

Community Partnership Grant recipients are selected through a competitive application process, evaluating how proposed projects align with Valley Health strategies including education and navigation, mobile health, telehealth, transportation, the behavioral health continuum, and community collaborations.

Request for Partnerships:

Valley Health is now accepting applications for 2024 partnership grants.

As Valley Health works to fulfill our mission: Serving our Community by Improving Health, you are invited to become our partner in strengthening community health with sustainable programs, projects and activities that address health-related challenges present in the region. Please use the following links to learn more about the Community Partnership Grant program and to complete your partnership application and request for financial support:

2024 Community Partnership Grant Guidelines
2024 Community Partnership Grant Application

The deadline for submitting a proposal is February 28, 2024 with the projected date for funding to begin no later than June 2024, for a one year period ending July 2025. Selection and award announcements will be made no later than April 2024.

2023 Valley Health Community Partnership Grants

For 2023, Morgan County Partnership (MCP) in Berkeley Springs, WV, was selected to receive Valley Health’s top grant award. MCP is a coalition of local citizens with a vision of creating a safe, healthy, and drug-free community. MCP includes area nonprofits, government agencies, volunteer organizations, Morgan County Schools, churches, businesses, parents and youth. The Valley Health Community Partnership Grant will enable MCP to fund four part-time school-based counselors to work with Morgan County Schools students to promote healthy decision-making strategies and identify and strengthen factors that contribute to well-being and reduce substance use.

2023 Community Partnership Grant Recipients - complete list
Morgan County Partnership
Page Alliance for Community Action
Winchester Area Temporary Transitional Shelter
Child Safe Center
Concern Hotline
Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area
Wheels for Wellness
Winchester Rescue Mission

For more information about Valley Health’s Community Partnership Grants, please email Jason Craig, EdD, BCBA, Director of Community Health at