• The EACH Initiative, Inc., to provide mental health counseling to adults and children in the Ending Area Child Homelessness (EACH) program, $ 4,000; • Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency, to provide “Pack-n-Plays” for the Safe Seep Initiative, $ 3,000;
• Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency, to provide essential dental care to indigent patients, $ 30,000; • Haywood Regional Medical Center Cancer Service, to provide nutrition services to patients, with all types of cancer, who do not have nutrition insurance coverage while undergoing chemotherapy and radiation therapy, 10 $ 000;
• Haywood Pathways Center, to provide two full-time peer support specialists and one full-time family case manager, $ 111,000; • Haywood Regional Medical Center Cancer Navigator, to provide gas cards to help cancer patients, which will get them to their many cancer care appointments, $ 10,000;
• Haywood Historic Farmers Market, to compensate farmers for donating unsold produce or other food to Haywood Gleaners, $ 6,000; • Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency, to provide nicotine patches and gum to adult patients at the HCH & HAS Public Health Clinic, $ 5,000;
• KARE, Inc. (Kids Advocacy Resource Effort), to address mental health, child abuse through prevention, investigation, testing, $ 20,000; • Helping Hands of Haywood, to launch the new expanded life management initiative, $ 60,000;
• Meridian Behavioral Health Services, to provide naloxone kits (Narcan), $ 6,000; • REACH of Haywood County, to provide healthy snacks to grade 7 and 8 students in the Safe Dates program, $ 3,000; • Junaluska Fire Department, to add medical equipment and equipment for mass casualty incidents, $ 2,000;
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