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The Health Collaborative is a non-profit organization that strives to positively impact health status, experience, outcomes, and affordability by fostering a connected system of healthcare and community health through innovation, integration, and informatics in the greater Cincinnati region.
The Healthpath foundation provided the first grant for the Resilience Leadership Training. From this grant, the program has received additional funding form other sources. The Foundation also provided a grant to build the brand items to help everyone clearly identify the Tri-State First Responder Peer Support Team.
The Resilience Leadership training received additional funding from the OCJS BJA Byrne Grant. The 2019 and 2020 grants enables four trainings of over 150 law enforcement personnel. This training teaches leadership skills that improve performance and morale. This is mental health prevention for first responders.
Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky and Southwest Ohio provided grant funding for two wellness initiatives:
1. Building Peer Support in Northern Kentucky
2. Corrections Officers Gracie Survival Tactics
These programs enable the TSPST to build strong and resilient work forces.
The TSPST and the City of Springdale Police Department were awarded a two year grant in 2021 to build peer support and wellness in the region. This effort is driven by a full-time position working with all law enforcement departments to develop, enhance and grow peer support and wellness.
Blue Ash Protective Association
Cincinnati Pickleball Club
Southwest Ohio Fire Chiefs
Rendigs, Fry, Kiely and Dennis LLP
Thomas Haas Family
MOUs are established between hospitals, other healthcare providers, and/or emergency response agencies to identify their agreements to collaborate, communicate, respond and support one another during a disaster or other public health emergency.
The Tri-State Peer Support Team has signed MOU's with these associations and departments: