2019 Funded Partners

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Access Esperanza Clinics, Inc.


Accessibility to colposcopy and HPV Vaccinations through training, equipment, and lab costs.


Agape Missionaries for Life


This project is geared to improving quality in the way we learn about sustainable health provision and growing in scope of health provision and education in our community.

American Red Cross


The American Red Cross will provide assistance to support and help build additional respite and basic mass care services capacity for independent or community-based housing and sheltering operations to organizations assisting migrants, their families, and unaccompanied minors entering the U.S. across the Southwest Border.


AMIkids Rio Grande Valley


To support our mental health and substance abuse prevention services.


Aurora House Foundation


Aurora House is working to strengthen organizational sustainability and resiliency, enhance Board effectiveness, and restore operations to full capacity.


Boys & Girls Club of Los Fresnos


This project seeks to improve club member and family wellness through enhancing their Triple Play program activities.




To provide continued life skills and health instruction to young adults with disabilities.


Brownsville Public Utilities Board


To deliver safe and reliable potable water to first-time residential home connections located on Torres Road.


Buckner Children and Family Services, Inc.


Buckner's Family Hope Center addresses sustainability, providing easy access to care, and a healthier lifestyle for the family.



Cameron County Mental Health Task Force


ETC (End the Stigma) - Connect services to individuals by creating a community resource center to a rural community.


CATCH Global Foundation


The CATCH Program in Edinburg CISD supports elementary and middle schools in creating environments that teach and promote healthy lifestyles


Child Abuse Education Program of South Texas


A conference for persons interested in child maltreatment and domestic violence.


Children's Hunger Fund


Children's Hunger Fund aims to alleviate hunger and deliver hope. CHF sends food and aid to the homes of families in need.


City of Alamo


The City of Alamo will upgrade and replace the 4 indoor/outdoor air condition systems at the Alamo Youth Center gym.



City of Brownsville


The City of Brownsville looks to establish a Food Hub to increase access to fresh, healthy, and affordable local food.


City of La Feria


To maximize access to care with emergency medical services and rescue to our community and surrounding areas.


City of South Padre Island


SPI Fire will acquire 5 Lifepak-15 monitor defibrillators and 5 Lucas-3 Devices.



City of Rio Hondo


Boat Ramp Park renovations will enhance recreational opportunities and free public boat access to the Arroyo Colorado along the new paddling trail. It will be a destination from the land and water.



Community Development Corporation of Brownsville


To improve lives, maximize resources and build health through affordable housing and integrated supportive services.


Community Hope Projects, Inc.


HOPE's Wellness and Supportive Health Project will expand coordination of services, build sustainability, and will empower patients to address health care needs through health and supportive services.


Community Hope Projects, Inc.


HOPE's IBH services provide medical, behavioral, and care coordination to uninsured members of the RGV community with diabetes, hypertension, depression, and chronic illness.


Culture of Life Ministries


Culture of Life Ministries aims to help the needy access specialty, diagnostic, and treatment services in our community.


El Milagro Clinic


El Milagro's Integrated Behavioral Health model focuses on achieving behavioral changes through nutrition, exercise, and mental health counseling.


Family Crisis Center, Inc.


Family Crisis Center aims to break the cycle of violence through community education and counseling.


Family Endeavors


The UEVAP seeks to end the cycle of veteran homelessness in the Rio Grande Valley region of Texas.


Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley, Inc.


Mesa Llena is a food-relief project to improve the health of low income residents of Brownsville.


Friendship of Women, Inc.


To support operational readiness and increase opportunity to grow the infrastructure needs of FOW.


Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas


The Be A Friend First Program will help 600 girls learn how to prevent and respond to bullying.


Good Samaritan Community Services


Camp Good Sam - RGV improves health outcomes and enhances academic achievement in students grades 1 - 8.


Hidalgo County


Construction of a 6,200 sq. ft. youth facility plus a 5,400 sq. ft. youth gym.


Iglesia Bautista West Brownsville Migrant Respite Center


Iglesia Bautista West Brownsville Migrant Respite Center addresses core needs for migrants, or applicants for asylum. Those needs include clean clothing, hygiene supplies, showers, meals, infant nutrition, medical assessments, medications, child care, rest/sleep, as well as modes of communication. 




ITT supports schools, employers, nonprofits, healthcare systems, and communities with programs and resources focused on increasing healthy behaviors, including good nutrition and physical activity.


La Posada Providencia


This project eliminates bed bugs as a health threat to residents of a homeless shelter.


Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council


RGV B-Cycle program will support regional health and wellness across the Rio Grande Valley through collaborative bike share program.


Nuestra Clinica del Valle, Inc.


TCDV provides comprehensive health services to the residents of Hidalgo and Staff Counties by utilizing an integrated team based approach that supports patients complex healthcare needs.



Nuevos Horizontes of Starr County


This program will focus on educating and helping disabled youth.


Planned Parenthood South Texas


To increase access to health care for low-income patients.


Proyecto Juan Diego, Inc.


Unidos Contra la Diabetes is a community partnership dedicated to preventing diabetes in the Rio Grande Valley, utilizing a large scale change approach known as "collective impact".


Rio Grande Habitat for Humanity


Our goal is to assist low income families with home repairs after the recent June 24, 2019 floods to avoid exposure to mold, mildew, bacteria and viruses which can cause illness.


Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Rio Grande Valley


Children's families are provided with a place to stay, eat, and sleep.


South Texas Afghanistan Iraq Veterans Association


Operation Vet Care will increase accessibility to healthcare for veterans by providing vouchers for medical needs.



South Texas Emergency Care Foundation, Inc.


To implement a Community Paramedicine Program that will utilize Emergency Medical Services in promotion and evaluation in preventive health care.



South Texas Juvenile Diabetes Association


STJDA will further extend current services to children living with diabetes in the mid-Valley.



Su Casa De Esperanza


Su Casa de Esperanza provides Early Childhood Development Program to families in the Rio Grande Valley.



Su Clinica


This project is a collaborative integration of pediatric behavioral health services into the primary care setting.



Sunny Glen Children's Home


Sunny Glen's Counseling Center provides mental health counseling for individuals and families.


Sunshine Haven, Inc.


Sunshine Haven will continue to provide accessible 24 hour care for terminally ill patients.


Syracuse University - Institute for Veterans and Military Families


TXServes RGV is an innovative model of coordinated care and service delivery for military families designed to get the right veteran to the right service in the least amount of time.


Texas Ramp Project


The McAllen Ramp Project builds free wheelchair ramps for low-income elderly and disabled people.


The Salvation Army - Harlingen


The Salvation Army will provide basic life needs through prescription and utility assistance for those in poverty.


Town of Combes


This project is the first phase in the development of shared use trails and exercise facilities to promote health and recreation activities for the community.


Tropical Texas Behavioral Health


To sustain the successes realized through our implementation of mental health law enforcement teams trained to intervene with people in psychiatric crisis and divert them from incarceration.


Tropical Texas Behavioral Health


Military Veterans Peer Centers will provide mental health services and support to veterans and military families in the RGV.


Tropical Texas Behavioral Health


Sustain and enhance the successful implementation of integrated reverse colocation primary care with behavioral health outpatient clinics at all four facilities.


University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston


Salud y Vida 3.0 provides IBH solutions to an evidence-based chronic care management program (Salud y Vida 20) which couples clinic-based services with community-based care for diabetics in the RGV.


University of Texas Rio Grande Valley


Catholic Charities Humanitarian Respite Center is partnering with UTRGV School of Medicine to provide medical care to refugee families that arrive at the US Southern border.


WomenTogether Foundation, Inc.


The Transitional Housing program offers victims of domestic violence 18 months of housing and case management.