Community Health Initiatives

Funding Recommendations

Organization Amount Proposed Project Project Manager Address
Wake Med $1,827,611 Funding for a $1.8M capital project to renovate, upgrade and outfit a recently-acquired property and its landscaping in a trauma-informed design to help support the WakeMed Health & Hospitals Center for Community Health – Care. Innovation. Equity (CHIE) operations. CHIE will help to evolve and advance local collaborative population health efforts to better manage the health of our most vulnerable residents while working to make a broader community impact that better addresses societal factors resulting in health care inequities and disparities. Andi Curtis, Government Affairs Managers WakeMed Raleigh Campus 
3000 New Bern Ave
Raleigh, NC 27610
Haven House $1,225,000 Funding to renovate recently purchased 14,000+ sq ft building in Raleigh. Renovations will use trauma-informed design to double intake space, increase meeting space, provide permanent pantry and climate-controlled boxing/exercise facility. Michelle Zechmann, Chief Executive Officer Haven House Services 
600 W Cabarrus St.
Raleigh, NC 27603
Passage Home $1,113,250 Funding to purchase property at the corner of Garner Road and Hoke Street property and remediate any environmental concerns related to previous activity on the parcel. Once purchased, Passage Home will combine the property with the 3.5 acres of land that Passage Home already owns to create a  contiguous 4 acres and re-develop the land into affordable housing through the 4% Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program (LIHTC). Seth Friedman, Chief Executive Officer 513 Branch St,
Raleigh NC 27601
SAFEchild $1,000,000 Funding for a new facility. In a new 18,000+ sq ft building on Kidd Road in Raleigh,SAFEchild will serve children, families and the community in one facility designed specifically for programs, security and confidentiality. Cristin DeRonja, Executive Director SAFEchild 
864 W Morgan St.
Raleigh, NC 27603
TLC (formerly Tammy Lynn Center) $1,000,000 Funding for a new facility. The first of four phases builds a 7,000 sq ft state-of-the-art Intermediate  Care residence for medically fragile individuals. Originally designed for children, residents of current facilities have outlived life expectancies and need the facility to adapt to needs of adults with  complex health challenges. Jacqueline Cavadi, Program Development & Grants Officer Tammy Lynn Center
739 Chappell Drive
Raleigh, NC 27606
SouthLight $950,000 Funding to provide updates to the Garner Road Treatment Center to increase capacity and serve more people  in  a transformative environment. The property previously served as a commercial facility that will be further renovated to centralize entry for clients and further enhance security for employees. Kathryn Schley, Director of Development SouthLight Healthcare
3125 Poplarwood Court, Suite 203
Raleigh, NC 27604
Emmaus House $653,361 Funding to purchase a multi-family home within 20 miles of downtown Raleigh. This house, named Emmaus House VI, will provide housing for men in recovery that are undergoing Medically Assisted Recovery (MAR). Emmaus House VI will provide safe, affordable housing for men in recovery. John Ware, Chairman of The Board of Directors Emmaus House of Raleigh
10 N. East Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
DHIC $610,000 Funding will be used to complete the asbestos abatement and building demolition scope that will lay the groundwork for the construction of Milner Commons, an affordable housing development located at the current site of Milner Memorial Presbyterian Church at 1950 New Bern Avenue. Kayla Rosenberg Strampe, Project Manager at DHIC DHIC-Home to Opportunity 
450 East Davie Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Ship Outreach $538,947 Funding for upfit for the Ship Outreach transition housing and education center that will provide transitioning, housing, job training and case management for human trafficking victims. TBD TBD
Healing Transitions $504,950 Funding for capital environmental safety improvements (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) at both the men's and the women's campus.  This is an additional mitigation strategy to minimize exposure and transmission of COVID-19 in a congregate living setting. TBD TBD
Triangle Family Services $394,169 Funding for major renovations to the existing Critical Community Care building’s interior, exterior, site and technology infrastructure. The building, which is owned by TFS, was built in 1959. Alice Lutz, Chief Executive Officer Triangle Family Services
3937 Western Blvd. Raleigh, NC 27606
Salvation Army $120,000 Funding to renovate the current space to provide additional single room occupancy shelter spaces for families in Wake County experiencing homelessness and to renovate the building's current HVAC system in order to provide more adequate airflow, bi-polar ionization and temperature regulation for families in the shelter. Stephen Gruver, Shelter Program Director Salvation Army
1863 Capital Blvd.
Raleigh, NC 27604
SPCA Wake County $62,712 Site work and construction costs for a new SPCA Admission and Resource Center and advance efforts to transform the lives of pets and people through protection, care, education, and adoption. Sarah Streeper, Director of Advancement 200 Petfinder Lane
Raleigh, NC 2760
Total $10,000,000      

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