This project is called The Mental Health Illness Experienced By Homeless People In Florida Research Program.
Grant Number: GN 100
Executive Summary: This research examines the mental problems faced by Florida homeless people and discusses why it is important for society. This initiative specifically focuses on accessing healthcare and education as well as nutritious food. Program identifies real solutions such as affordable homeownership and initiatives that expand healthcare access.
Total amount required from CHE: $20,000
Year 1 Budget Request: $10,000 Transportation, Data Collecting, and Analysis
Year 2 Budget Request for $5,000: Transportation, data collection and analysis.
Budget request for Year 3: $5,000 transportation, data collection and analysis
The total cost of this project is $20,000 as the entire program depends on the same funding.
The first stage of targeted application
Priorities for the budget
Opportunities for Health Innovation – Helping children and adults to keep their health in a non-medical environment.
Healthy lifestyles that promote better health are promoted
Cross-Sector Collaboration Options Provides vital links between housing and construction stakeholders.
The Impact of Poverty Choices Recognizes Florida’s impact on Florida’s homeless population.
Utilizing Local Data Choices Uses local data to identify the homeless population in Florida.
Choices Program design is informed and delivered by proven models that are evidence-based.