Grant Categories

Youth and Young Adults

Youth and young adults sometimes struggle with transitioning to adulthood. Individuals in this population may have difficulty managing relationships with friends and family members or functioning appropriately in education and employment settings. We support programs that accomplish the following types of initiatives:

Promoting parental support for vulnerable families, aligning child and parent’s needs.
Strengthening coordination and access to enhanced education, development, health, and family benefits and programs for vulnerable youth and families.
Provide early intervention help, such as mentoring and peer counseling for youth at risk, support job skills and education attainment, improving behavioral health, promoting recovery and rehabilitation, and creating opportunities for success.

Real Stories, Real People

Tim’s Story

“We are very grateful to work with the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation on improving outcomes for patients with opioid use disorder by improving access to medication-assisted treatment and comprehensive addiction services within emergency departments. This initiative directly addresses the opioid epidemic in New York, and we thank the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation for their generous support.”

— Tim Johnson, Executive Director of Greater New York Hospital Foundation

Related Grants

Greater New York Hospital Association Foundation

Improving access to medication and treatment for patients grappling with opioid use disorder. During the summer of 2020, the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation also provided GNYHA Foundation an additional $2.5 million in emergency COVID-19 grants for hospitals and frontline workers.

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