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Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation: Taking a Leadership Role and Building Trust

Description
An interview with Kim Barber Tieman, program director for health and human services for the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation, sharing how the foundation has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. Discusses efforts to help West Virginia organizations navigate and apply for federal funding opportunities, support for mobile COVID testing units to better reach communities of color, support for telehealth infrastructure, and a wide range of other activities to help meet the needs of the vulnerable and disenfranchised.
Author(s)
Allee Mead
Citation
Rural Monitor
Date
01/2021
Type
Document
Organization
Rural Health Information Hub
Tagged as
Aging and aging-related services · Appalachia · Black or African American · Broadband · Child care · Child welfare · Funding · Grant writing · Health disparities · Health screening · Infectious diseases · Mobile and episodic healthcare delivery · Networking and collaboration · Philanthropy · Social determinants of health · Telehealth · Vaccination · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · West Virginia