Who's Still Funding Post-Sandy Mental Health Recovery Efforts in New Jersey?

After the winds die down and rain stops, it’s vulnerable populations that have the most difficult time dealing with the financial and mental toll that storms like Sandy inflict. That's where a funder like RWJF comes in.
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RWJF and GE Contribute to Project ECHO

The University of New Mexico's Project ECHO stands for Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes, and it aims to improve access and quality of care for rural and underserved communities. A recent grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the GE Foundation has helped ECHO create the ECHO Institute, which promises to help spread ECHO across the country and the world.

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