Mainstreet Waynesboro, Inc. Downtown Farmers
Market: Market in the Park – The market, held for 20 consecutive Saturdays at Main Street Park from May 25 through October 5, offers residents fresh, local produce at reasonable prices. Presentations are held the first Saturday of the month on food preparation, and a community health nurse is available on the second Saturday of each month to answer health-related questions and offer free blood pressure screenings.
South Central Community Action Programs, Inc. – The Gleaning Project for Healthy Outcomes
This grant expands on the original outcomes from the 2017-18 grant with a goal of seeking additional growers, farmers, and community partners to further enable the program to glean more produce that will be distributed to additional families/individuals.
Chambersburg Memorial YMCA – LIVESTRONG at the YMCA
Participants meet for a 90-minute session, twice a week. Three 12-week sessions are planned. Instructors perform functional assessments in week one and participants receive an individualized exercise program. This program is offered at no charge to participants.
Noah’s House Recovery Homes – Gracie’s Place
Noah’s House offers a home to 15 males in Franklin County conducive to long-term recovery through a loving, supportive environment. Noah’s House offers an atmosphere of accountability and support, navigating clients to supporting agencies that address drug or alcohol addiction, mental health, and physical needs. Noah’s House promotes long-term recovery through optimal opportunities that will result in change.
Summit Physician Services-Community Health Worker Program
This program will serve as a link or liaison between the health/social services and the community to facilitate access to services, increase health knowledge and self-sufficiency, improve quality and cultural competence of service delivery, close health care gaps.
Waynesboro Area Business Education and Community Foundation (WABEC)
This program is designed to mitigate the district’s lack of mental health intervention services for students in the middle and high schools. By adding a full-time social worker to assist with these issues, the connections between students, parents, teachers, and social service agencies will be provided to the school district.
South Central Community Action Programs, Inc.-Poverty Simulations
This program will highlight how poverty impacts the social determinants of health by helping participants see the impact that poverty has on health through group poverty simulations.
Shippensburg University Foundation-Shippensburg Community Resource Coalition
This program will provide weekend backpacks filled with nutritious food for children and their families with food insecurity in the Shippensburg Area School District. The food selected will include fruits and vegetables. The program was awarded an Accelerating Community Impact Grant in 2018 as well as a Level I grant in 2019.
Happy Feet Walking Parties at the Franklin County Housing Authority-WellSpan Health
This program will engage Franklin County Housing Authority community members in a 4-week walking program to increase physical activity levels in program participants.