Grantmaking & Evaluation

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Report on the Toll of Opioid Use in Indiana

The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, a private, independent foundation located in Indianapolis, recently focused a portion of its grantmaking on two primary causes of Indiana’s negative health outcomes: opioid prescription drug/heroin addiction, and tobacco use. The resources provided below are a result of their research on these topics, along with information to support grant initiatives. This information was shared at The Summit on Tobacco and Opioid Addiction for Indiana Funders in September 2016.

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Report on the Tobacco Epidemic in Marion County and Indiana

The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, a private, independent foundation located in Indianapolis, recently focused a portion of its grantmaking on two primary causes of Indiana’s negative health outcomes: opioid prescription drug/heroin addiction, and tobacco use. The resources provided below are a result of their research on these topics, along with information to support grant initiatives. This information was shared at The Summit on Tobacco and Opioid Addiction for Indiana Funders in September 2016.

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Selected Examples of Current Funders of Opioid and Tobacco Initiatives

The following examples provide highlights of funders from Indiana and around the country that are addressing opioid and tobacco use in their communities in a variety of ways. While this is by no means a comprehensive list of funding initiatives, it does represent a range the way in which different types of funders have supported strategies to reduce opioid and tobacco use.

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General News
BBF Awards $500,000 to Strengthen Medical Education in Muncie
June 29, 2017
Member News
Purdue School of Nursing receives grant to fund mental health nurse practitioner program
July 24, 2017
Member News
Heritage Fund Board grant recipients
November 15, 2017

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