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DCPC Summer Camps RFP 2019

 Optional Informational Session: March 27th or April 2nd from 3:00 – 4:00 P.M.  Required Spring Workshop for summer timelines and deadlines: May 14 or May 20 from 3:30 – 5:00  Place: Delta Health Alliance Board Room, 435 Stoneville Rd., Stoneville, MS  Due date for application: April 12, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. CST  Estimated Number of
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Delta Health Alliance welcomes Stephanie Patton as Special Assistant to the CEO

Delta Health Alliance is pleased to announce that Stephanie Patton of Leland will join its team as special assistant to the chief executive officer.  In her new position with Delta Health Alliance, Patton will work with non-profit organizations throughout the Delta to create more partnerships and to expand the reach of the Delta Health Alliance
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Delta Health Alliance and Sesame Workshop partner on Early Childhood Initiative for Delta families

Mississippi Delta is selected as next community for ‘Sesame Street in Communities’ program to support families and young children  Delta Health Alliance is partnering with Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organization behind Sesame Street, to bring the Sesame Street in Communities(SSIC) initiative to young children and families in the Mississippi Delta with a focus on
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Delta Health Alliance receives $150,000 grant from the Phil Hardin Foundation

Delta Health Alliance has been awarded a new $150,000 grant from the Phil Hardin Foundation to implement programs in the Ruleville elementary school to ensure incoming students are academically ready for kindergarten and to provide third grade students with the support they need to pass the third grade reading test.  The grant will cover the
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Rural children often go without critical mental health treatment

LELAND, Miss. — Jennifer Townsend was shocked when she found a note written by her oldest child, a 14-year-old: The teen was planning to commit suicide. Townsend, a mother of four who lives in the rural Mississippi Delta, wanted to get help for her daughter immediately. She called a nearby state-funded community mental health clinic
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Delta Health Alliance’s garden projects are bringing in BIG harvests!

Thanks to two new grants, Delta Health Alliance’s school and community garden program is expanding.   With $8,000 in funding from Monsanto and $34,961 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, more children will get hands-on experiences with gardening and learning about healthy eating. Funding from Monsanto in Hollandale will be used to install, build, and develop
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