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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Stephanie Feldman, Grant Writer
FELLOWSHIP HOUSE AWARDED $45,000 HEALTH FOUNDATION OF SOUTH FLORIDA GRANT PROJECT FOR MOBILE SOLUTIONS AND CLOUD INTEGRATION SYSTEM
MIAMI, FL- Fellowship House, a psychosocial rehabilitation facility for adults debilitated by mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse disorders, will receive $45,000 from Health Foundation of South Florida for its Mobile Solutions and Cloud Integration System Expansion Project. Funding will supply staff with updated technology and software to improve utilization of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) Awards. Such advances will be essential in providing critical mental health services to members in the community who are linked to Fellowship House.
“Our staff works tirelessly providing services to Fellowship House members. Launching our Electronic Health Record meant that these services could be delivered in a more efficient fashion with new and exciting ways of capturing outcomes and maintaining quality assurance,” stated Rosemary Smith Hoel, President and CEO of Fellowship House. She added, “The grant provided by the Health Foundation of South Florida for mobile solutions and a cloud integration system will allow staff to spend more time providing services to our community and less time on processing paperwork.” This is the third generous grant provided by the Health Foundation of South Florida to Fellowship House which has improve both the lives of members and staff alike.
Health Foundation of South Florida, a nonprofit grant making organization, is dedicated
to improving health in Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. By funding
providers and supporting programs to promote health and prevent disease, the
Foundation makes a measurable and sustainable impact in the health of individuals
and families. Since 1993, the Foundation has awarded more than $108 million in grants
and program support. For more information, please call 305.374.7200 or visit the
Fellowship House is a cost effective and humanistic alternative to institutional care and offers the long term support and acceptance that is vital to recovery. Services are catered to individual need, therefore reinforcing the consumer driven nature of the organization. The main program delivery areas are: Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program, FACT, Case Management, Community Housing Program, Outpatient Services, Employment Services and Club House Program.
For more information regarding the Club Fellowship Project, please call 305.740.2420 or visit the Web site, www.clubfellowship.org
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