2019 Grant Recipients

In 2019, the Jesse Parker Williams Foundation awarded grants totaling approximately $725,000 to organizations including:

A. G. Rhodes Home — Atlanta

Atlanta, GA Operating support for the Jesse Parker Williams Wing

Auditory-Verbal Center, Inc.

Atlanta, GA Program support to increase access to Auditory-Verbal Therapy for uninsured and underinsured deaf and hard of hearing children

Center for Black Women’s Wellness

Atlanta, GA Program support for the Behavioral Health Initiative

CHRIS 180

Atlanta, GA Program support for the Trauma Informed School-based Mental Health Initiative

Foundation of Wesley Woods

Atlanta, GA Operating support for the Jesse Parker Williams Pavilion at Budd Terrace and support of the Wellness Program at Asbury Harris Epworth Towers and Branan Towers

Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential

Atlanta, GA Program support for the Clayton County Adolescent Health Initiative

Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation

Atlanta, GA Program support for the Metro Atlanta Schools Vision Program

Grady Health Foundation

Atlanta, GA Program support for the Food as Medicine Initiative

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies

Atlanta, GA Program support for the Maternal and Infant Health Data to Action Initiative

Lutheran Services of Georgia, Inc.

Atlanta, GA Program support to building capacity for primary/behavioral healthcare for adults with disabilities and youth experiencing foster care

Metro Atlanta Recovery Residences (MARR) Inc.

Atlanta, GA Program support promoting recovery for mothers and children experiencing Poverty and/or Homelessness enrolled in the Right Side Up Substance Abuse Residential Treatment and Job Readiness Program

Quest Community Development Organization

Atlanta, GA Support for Case Management for the Westside Legacy Program

The Task Force for Global Health

Atlanta, GA Support for Resilient Georgia’s Strategic Planning to create a collective impact public/private framework to improve children’s behavioral and mental health in Georgia

Urban Health and Wellness

Atlanta, GA Operating Support to increase capacity to better serve more patients in need of healthcare services

Voices for Georgia’s Children

Atlanta, GA Program support for capacity building for children’s mental health workforce in Georgia and the School-based Telemedicine Project