Monthly Archives: May 2012

Bringing Health Care Home for the Homeless

May 31, 2012

Today’s guest post was written by Richard Cho and Sarah Gallagher of the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH). CSH has selected the state of Connecticut as one of four sites that will take part in a … More »

How to Get the Most Out of Technical Assistance from Your Funder

May 29, 2012

Foundations as a whole recognize that not every organization is equipped to know how to do everything associated with their proposed work. At the Connecticut Health Foundation (CT Health), we are truly … More »

Lina Paredes and the Three R’s of Leadership

May 24, 2012

New Haven, Connecticut, is a city of many contrasts. Some of the best-educated people in the world live there, and yet the state has the greatest achievement gap in the nation . New Haven has been reported … More »

Changing Systems with Neighbors for Kids

May 22, 2012

To treat mental illness in children, it’s important to spot it early, identifying and intervening before more serious problems develops. The Connecticut Health Foundation (CT Health) has been taking a … More »

Guest Post: So you say you want health justice for Asian Americans in Connecticut? Count us in.

May 21, 2012

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is ripe with opportunity to elevate health issues that confront Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). But how do we know what the priority health issues are? … More »

In the News: Region’s African-American health agency says it’s time to rethink role

May 15, 2012

Last month, Connecticut Health Foundation (CT Health) Leadership Fellow Stephanye Clarke (Class of 2010) of the African American Health Council of Southeastern Connecticut (grantee of CT Health) hosted a … More »

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) and Valley Kids Belong

May 15, 2012

To treat mental illness in children, it’s important to spot it early, identifying and intervening before more serious problems develops. The Connecticut Health Foundation (CT Health) has been taking a … More »

We Challenge You Not to Laugh

May 9, 2012

Today's guest post was written by Heang Tan, Project Manager for HealthJusticeCT.org . Some of the challenges that a person can face in life may seem impossible: parenting a teen, stopping spam, weeding … More »

Building Trust with the SUN

May 8, 2012

It’s important to spot mental or behavioral health problems early in children, identifying and intervening before they need more intense treatment or end up in the juvenile justice system. The Connecticut … More »

Guest Post: Making Sense (not dollars and cents) From Using Social Media

May 7, 2012

Today I'm on the Communications Network blog. When you don't have income, revenue, or donations, how do you measure success in social media? The short answer is, you measure against your mission. For the … More »