January 29, 2019

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland supports launch of Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland is one of several local philanthropic organizations providing initial support to Lead Safe Cleveland, a coalition organized to prevent lead poisoning in Cleveland. [More]
January 23, 2019

Tour of Good Cheer Brings Christmas Joy to Joseph’s Home

Dick Clough loves celebrating Christmas and the spirit of giving. He loves both so much he celebrates every year by giving away nearly 9,000 pieces of clothing, toys and gift cards to more than 1,500 adults and children through the Tour of Good Cheer. The Saturday before this Christmas, Clough, 85 volunteer “elves” and a fleet of four buses filled with the volunteers and gifts visited 10 facilities, including stops at St. Vincent Charity and Joseph’s Home. [More]
January 17, 2019

Regina Health Center undertakes major renewal project with generous donor support

Regina Health Center celebrated its 25th anniversary last year. The highlight of the anniversary celebrations was a gala event in September, where a $1 million matching gift initiative was announced to raise funds for a 25th anniversary renovation campaign. With the help of generous donors, Regina Health Center kicked off the renovation project in early January to update and beautify all resident rooms and resident gathering spaces in the nursing home portion of the facility. [More]
January 15, 2019

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton awards more than $2.2 million in grants

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton awarded more than $2.2 million in grants for the third and fourth quarters of 2018. The grants reflect the foundation's mission to focus on social justice issues that affect the poor and underserved. [More]
January 11, 2019

Radiant blog: Rosary Hall co-medical director discusses growing problem of alcohol addiction on 90.3 WCPN

Christopher Adelman, M.D., co-medical director of Rosary Hall at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, spoke on the 90.3 WCPN “Sound of Ideas” program about alcoholism being an often overlooked addiction and how to support friends or family in recovery. [More]
January 9, 2019

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families program working to stop violence in Columbia

WIS TV recently spoke to staff at the Midlands Fatherhood Coalition about how fatherhood programs can help combat increasing violence in Columbia, South Carolina’s 20203 area code. The coalition is a program of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families. [More]
January 7, 2019

Health system CEO writes about link between housing and health

Thomas Strauss, president and CEO of the Sisters of Charity Health System, and Marc McDermott, vice president and Ohio market leader for Enterprise Community Partners Inc., penned an opinion piece for Crain's Cleveland Business about the link between housing and health, writing about how many low-income families make tradeoffs between rent and preventive health visits. They encouraged business and community leaders to support all programs that address the health of the community, including the social determinants of health. [More]
January 4, 2019

New Promise Neighborhood partner helps students transition to high school

In its years of work in Cleveland’s Central community, the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood has recognized that the process of choosing a high school starts in middle school. Unfortunately, many of Promise’s families report that students currently transitioning from middle to high school have access to few resources to motivate them around personal interests and high school choice. To help students better understand their options for high school and recognize what makes a good fit, Promise worked with College Now Greater Cleveland to install a full-time high school transition advisor in Central middle schools. [More]
January 3, 2019

Regina Health Center resident featured in Catholic Health Association Medicaid makes it possible campaign

Medicaid makes it possible for Americans to get access to health care in times of need—and the Catholic Health Association (CHA) is committed to ensuring the Medicaid program remains a viable, efficient and effective program. To help do so, the CHA is running a “Medicaid makes it possible” campaign to highlight the stories of the working families, children and the elderly who turn to Medicaid to care for themselves or loved ones. Marjorie, a Regina Health Center resident, is one of the campaign’s most recent featured stories. [More]
December 31, 2018

Healthy Insights from Healthy Learners: Making a difference in children’s lives

Healthy Learners provides thousands of vision, dental, medication and other health-related services to students across South Carolina on its mission for healthy children, better students and thriving communities. The latest issue of the Healthy Insights from Healthy Learners newsletter shares the stories of students who Healthy Learners has helped remove their health barriers to learning, as well as news, program updates and more. [More]

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