Funders and Partners

Growing Well partners actively and regularly engages with the following organizations, spanning their boundaries and ensuring coordinated action.

  • Anthem
  • The Children’s Home of Cincinnati
  • Cincinnati Board of Education
  • Cincinnati Board of Health
  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation
  • Cincinnati Federation of Teachers
  • Cincinnati Health Department
  • Cincinnati Public Schools
  • Cincinnati Woman’s Club
  • CincySmiles Foundation
  • Community Learning Center Institute
  • Crossroads Health Center
  • Deaconess Associations Foundation
  • Delta Dental of Ohio– Delta Dental Foundation
  • The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
  • Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board
  • Interact for Health
  • Mercy Health
  • MindPeace
  • Ohio Optometric Association
  • OneSight
  • Primary Health Solutions
  • TriHealth
  • United Way of Greater Cincinnati
  • WinMed Health Services

Interact for Health

Since 1999 Interact for Health, working with a broad coalition of health, education and civic partners, has funded 35 SBHCs in eleven school districts serving 35,000 students in Greater Cincinnati.

For the 2016-2017 academic year, Interact for Health funded the planning and implementation of the following school-based health centers:

  • West Clermont

For the 2018-2019 academic year, Interact for Health funded the the planning for the following school-based health center:

  • Little Miami

For the 2018-2019 academic year, Interact for Health funded the planning and implementation for the following school-based health center:

  • Middletown

For the 2018-2019 academic year, Interact for Health funded the planning, implementation, and some of the infrastructure costs for the following school-based health center:

  • Academy of World Languages (AWL)

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

The community, and Growing Well, is fortunate to have the involvement of very experienced SBHC practice leadership. Dr. Mona Mansour is the Director of Primary Care for Cincinnati Children’s and Lisa Crosby is the Program Lead for SBHCs. Dr. Mansour is a primary care physician with specialties in asthma, school health, primary care in underserved populations, and primary care redesign. She also has a Master’s degree in Epidemiology and is a Professor in the University of Cincinnati’s Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Crosby has MSN and Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees and specialties in asthma and mental health.

Cincinnati Health Department

The Cincinnati Health Department is generous with sharing Marilyn Crumpton, MD (its Director of School/Adolescent Health) with many segments of the community, including CPS, Community Learning Centers, Growing Well, and the Ohio School-Based Health Alliance. CHD staff has rallied in many ways to respond to the call for health services in local public schools.

Cincinnati Public Schools

The Community Learning Center model started within Cincinnati Public Schools. CPS has provided strong leadership at the top of the organization, with Superintendent Mary Ronan who takes time to serve on the Leadership Advisory Committee, as well as at the school level with coordination among SBHCs, teachers, staff, administrators, and the Local School Decision-Making Committees, comprising school employees and community volunteers.

Community Learning Center Institute

Darlene Kamine, the Director and Founder of the Community Learning Center Institute, has played a vital role in supporting school nurses and school-based health care, establishing Community Learning Centers in Cincinnati, and advocating for data systems that include health and academic data. CLCI promotes site-based governance and provides Resource Coordinators who manage the many and varied community partnerships. Among her many other accomplishments, Ms. Kamine helped establish Growing Well; helped to achieve buy-in from community partners in supporting and submitting data to the health/academic database; attracted new sources of funding; and played a key role in successfully advocating for the expansion of SBHCs.

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