CHE grants will enable local health care providers to prescribe exercise to their patients through the BikeLNK bike share program and will support collaboration among local organizations that provide mentoring, which can lessen the effects of childhood toxic stress. At its most recent meeting, the CHE Board of Trustees approved grants totaling up to $324,494 for year one and $560,589 over three years. All grants listed begin on January 1, 2020. Click on the article title for information about all seven grants made in the Fall 2019 grant cycle.
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