EHF has approved $2.2 million in February to benefit 15 new grant partners in their efforts to bring positive change to the health of communities across Texas.
The Episcopal Health Foundation welcomes Dr. Shao-Chee Sim as EHF’s new vice president for applied research.
A larger percentage of Texas workers are getting health insurance through their employers now than before the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), according to a new report released by the EHF and Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
EHF announced the approval of $3.1 million in September to benefit 24 new grant partners, the third group of grants the Foundation’s Board of Directors have awarded helping to create healthy communities for all.
A new partnership between the Episcopal Health Foundation and Seminary of the Southwest is working to increase access to desperately needed mental health services for disadvantaged and underserved families in rural East Texas.
The Episcopal Health Foundation announced today it has approved $2.9 million to benefit 15 new grant partners working to transform community health. This is the second group of grants to be awarded by the Board of Directors under the Foundation’s strategic plan to transform the people...
The Episcopal Health Foundation is proud to announce that the Rev. Bob Flick has joined EHF as a Diocesan Engagement Officer.
Grants in excess of $2 million mark the first awarded by Episcopal Health Foundation within the Diocese of Texas' 57 counties and are aimed at improving community health.