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2017 Grant Cycles 03/12/2017

2017 Multi-Year Grant Guidelines and Online Application are Now Available

Thank you for your interest in Con Alma Health Foundation’s 2017 Grant Program. Stage One of the Multi-Year process is available online through April 3, 2017 at 5pm. The Small, Technical Assistance, and Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group grant cycles are currently Closed, but will open soon.

Please visit our “For Grant Seekers” page for more information on our grant cycles.

Multi-Year Letters of Intent (LOIs) are open to all
The 2017 Multi-Year Grant Guidelines is currently available on our website
March 13 LOIs Opens – April 3 LOIs Deadline
(full grant applications are by invitation only)
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2017 Grant Cycles

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Health Equity in New Mexico Through the ACA

Achieving Equity in Health  for Children and Families  in New Mexico Through the Affordable Care Act
Con Alma Health Foundation released a report assessing how the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been implemented in New Mexico. This comprehensive study focuses on ACA measures intended to increase health equity, in which everyone has an equal chance at living a healthy life regardless of a person’s ethnicity, income or zip code.

Click here to learn more about the report and related resources


Interactive Maps

New Mexico Children and 
Health Insurance Coverage
 

The Affordable Care Act includes provisions that focus on improving quality of care for racial and ethnic minorities. In New Mexico about 70 percent of children are of color, and almost a third of children live in poverty. Interactive maps are available that detail seven categories of children’s insurance coverage by county. These maps are a useful tool for anyone interested in learning more about the insurance coverage of New Mexico’s children by such categories as race, place, gender and income.

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