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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.

2024 Valley Health Community Partnership Grants

For 2024, Horizon Goodwill received Valley Health’s top grant award. With the grant funding, Horizon Goodwill Industries proposes to establish a mobile Community Health Hub in Winchester that will support healthy behaviors and improve health outcomes and access to care. The Community Health Hub’s comprehensive approach will emphasize case management, housing support, workforce development programming, connection to health services, and access to basic needs like food and clothing.

2024 Community Partnership Grant Recipients - complete list


Horizon Goodwill Industries, Inc. (Winchester, VA)


Winchester Area Temporary Thermal Shelter (Winchester, VA)

Mountaineer Community Health Center, Inc. (Paw Paw, WV)


Concern Hotline (Winchester, VA)

Hampshire County Pathways (Romney, WV)

Page One of Page County (Luray, VA)

Wheels for Wellness (Winchester, VA)


Bread of Life Food Pantry (Woodstock, VA)

Innovative Community Solutions (Martinsburg, WV)

Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area (Winchester, VA)

Strength in Peers (New Market, VA)

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