ChildSight® Cleveland Metropolitian School District

Grant Recipient:
ChildSight® - Cleveland
Metropolitain School District

MobileMed One

Grant Recipient:
MobileMed One
Foundation (MedWorks)

ChildSight® - Hebrew Academy of Cleveland

Grant Recipient:
ChildSight® - Hebrew Academy of Cleveland

Menorah Park and Montefiore

Grant Recipients:
Menorah Park and
Montefiore

The Free Clinic

Grant Recipient:
The Free Clinic
 

“Jump To It” ChildhoodObesity Prevention Program

Grant Recipient:
“Jump To It” Childhood
Obesity Prevention Program

Cuyahoga County PublicLibrary at MetroHealth

Grant Recipient:
Cuyahoga County Public
Library at MetroHealth

Mental Health AdvocacyCoalition (MHAC)

Grant Recipient:
Mental Health Advocacy
Coalition (MHAC)

ChildSight® Video (1999 - 2009)

Learn about how this program has been serving Cleveland's children.

Health of the Jewish Community

The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation seeks to support efforts to improve the physical and mental health of Mt. Sinai's founding constituency. The Foundation will collaborate with the Jewish Federation of Cleveland and with other Jewish agencies and organizations on health issues of concern to the Jewish community.

The Foundation will support projects that build organizational capacity in those Jewish organizations that address these needs. Foundation-initiated special projects in this area may also be developed.

Health of the Jewish Community

Contact Daniel Cohn, Vice President, Strategy
Daniel.Cohn@case.edu

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The Monarch School at Bellefaire

Established in 2001, The Monarch School at Bellefaire is Northeast Ohio's first school for children in the autism spectrum. The School is at capacity and has developed a teaching and research affiliation with Boston Children's Hospital/Harvard Medical School. With help from the Foundation, the Monarch Boarding Academy, a residential facility for children with autism spectrum disorders was established in 2004. Monarch Hall, an assisted living facility for young adults with autism spectrum disorders, opened in 2010 with grant support from the Foundation.

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