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J2 has an extensive history of grant awards and collaboration on innovative projects with our clients.

Recent Examples of Our Successes

OPA Teen Pregnancy Prevention 5-Year Grant Award

$1.9M a year awarded for Advancing Equity in Adolescent Health through Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs and Services for an FQHC in Texas.

HRSA Rural Health Care Coordination 4-Year Grant Award

$300K per year awarded for a Rural Health Care Coordination Program for a non-profit in Louisiana.

HRSA Rural Communities Opioid Response Program Grant Award

$300K awarded for the Rural Communities Opioid Response Program ‐ Overdose Response for an FQHC in Alabama.

HRSA Early Childhood Development Grant Award

$200K awarded for the FY 2023 Early Childhood Development (ECD) to two FQHCs in Pennsylvania and Louisiana.

HRSA Advanced Education Nursing Grant Program

$700K awarded to an FQHC in Louisiana for its Advanced Nursing Education ‐ Nurse Practitioner Residency Fellowship Program.

Sentara Cares Health Equity Programs Grant Award

$500K awarded for the Community Engagement, Education, Other Social Determinants Grant Category for an FQHC in Virginia.

HRSA Initial FQHC Look-Alike Designation Award

Initial FQHC Look-Alike Designation awarded for a New York Community Mental Health Center.

ACGME Accreditation for Teaching Health Center Program

ACGME accreditation received for a psychiatry residency program in Texas with a letter of recognition for its substantial compliance.

HRSA School-Based Service Expansion Grant Award

$1.2M awarded between four FQHCs in Louisiana, Texas, West Virginia for expansion of school-based services.

HRSA Hurricane Response and Recovery Grant Award

$160K awarded for the FY 2023 Capital Assistance for Hurricane Response and Recovery Efforts (CARE) for an FQHC in Florida.

Appalachian Regional Commission - Inspire Initiative Grant Award

Two clients in West Virginia were awarded $50K each for planning and development of substance abuse ecosystems.

Congressionally Directed Spending Award

$800K awarded for Congressionally Directed Spending for Construction Projects for an FQHC in Virginia.

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