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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION IS COMMITTED TO BUILDING A CULTURE OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS BY DONATING $100,839 TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF CPR KITS FOR TOMBALL AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

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TOMBALL (March 23, 2021) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is pleased to purchase sixty-two (62) CPR in schools’ kits, forty-seven (47) CPR & First Aid Youth Sports Kits, ten (10) CPR & First Aid Anywhere Kits, and eight hundred thirty-two (832) CPR Anytime Kits for use in the Tomball Regional Health Foundation community. This gift will help create a generation of life-saving heroes and well as allow our youth to learn basic lifesaving skills in the class room or from the comfort and privacy of your home or workplace. Plus, CPR Anytime is completely portable, so it is easy to share with family and friends. Each year, more than 350,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of the hospital and 90% result in death. Immediate bystander CPR can double or triple a person’s chance for survival as it keeps blood pumping and flowing to the brain, which can also reduce the risk of...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION AWARDED LONE STAR COLLEGE $40,000 FOR STUDENT CERTIFICATION EXAM FEES SCHOLARSHIPS

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TOMBALL (March 8, 2021) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce it awarded Lone Star College $40,015. The award will be used to pay for certification exam fees for LSC-Tomball nursing, surgical, pharmacy and occupational therapy students. “These tests are required for the students to start their careers,” said Nicole Robinson Gauthier, CFRE, LSC Foundation executive director. “We are so grateful for the wonderful support Tomball Regional Health Foundation has provided Lone Star College over the years. Their assistance makes such a difference to our students.” The grant will help pay for 242 LSC-Tomball students to take their certification exams. Successful completion of these exams will allow students to be licensed in their chosen field and ready to enter the workforce. “Now, more than ever, it is critical we continue the mission of supporting health care students,” said Lynn LeBouef, Tomball Hospital Authority CEO and LSC Foundation board...
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Sign Up for COVID-19 Vaccine in Texas

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Please see the below instructions on how to sign up for the COVID-19 vacinations in Texas. Sign up with a vaccination hub. Sign up with a community vaccine provider  
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION IS HAPPY TO GRANT THE JOYRIDE CENTER FUNDS TO CONTINUE THEIR JPRC PREP - DAY HABILITATION AND THERAPEUTIC HORSEMANSHIP PROGRAMS

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TOMBALL (February 25, 2021) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce the most recent grant to the JoyRide Center to continue their Day Habilitation Program as well as scholarships for the therapeutic horsemanship program in the amount of $65,245.00. JoyRide Center was established in 2009 as a Therapeutic Horsemanship Center with the mission of helping people with different abilities find more joy in life through equine-assisted activities and therapies. JoyRide Center pursues its mission by providing opportunities for all participants to increase competence through the development of functional skills across multiple domains, and to participate productively within a community.  Competence and community are integral parts of JoyRide Centers’ programs, and this emphasis has facilitated the enrichment of the lives of JoyRide Centers’ clients, their families, and our volunteers. In 2013, JoyRide Center established a pilot program for a day habilitation for our young adult riders. The program is...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION IS PLEASED TO BE ABLE TO FUND THE BILINGUAL CRISIS COUNSELOR AT MONTGOMERY COUNTY YOUTH SERVICES IN MAGNOLIA, TX

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TOMBALL (February 24, 2021) Tomball Regional Health Foundation is proud to announce the funding to Montgomery County Youth Services (MCYS) for the bilingual crisis counselor in the Magnolia Office. MCYS provides crisis counseling, shelter programs, and prevention services to strengthen families, keep youth in school, and prepare them to be productive citizens. A Spanish speaking mental health counselor will provide services to the youth served at the Magnolia Office. This office also serves youth from Tomball and Waller. Counseling will include; individuals, family, and group counseling sessions to assist the young people to cope with depression, anxiety, problems with relationships, school problems, etc. The parents will also learn effective parenting skills to strengthen the family and help the youth stay in school. The MCYS office in the Magnolia office provides mental health counseling to school aged youth who are suffering from depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, family problems, school problems and peer...
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TOMAGWA RECEIVES FUNDING FROM TRHF TO HELP OBTAIN FEDERALLY QUALIFIED HEALTH CENTER STATUS

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TOMBALL (December 23, 2020) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce funding in the amount of $127,500 for TOMAGWA Healthcare Ministries to obtain Federally Qualified Health Center Status. TOMAGWA has been open for more than 30 years to serve uninsured residents in the Tomball, Magnolia and Waller areas. They have grappled with treating patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, as all health care organizations have. Because TOMAGWA does not receive any governmental assistance they have not had access to the same resources as some other clinics during this unprecedented time. “We were already struggling in the market before COVID, and then [during] COVID, so many safety-net clinics just started drowning,” Timika Simmons, CEO TOMAGWA said. “Becoming a federally qualified health center was something that was a part of our strategic plan to visit much later for sustainability, but COVID kind of gave us a push to say, ‘You need to...
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PTSD FOUNDATION/CAMP HOPE RECEIVES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR RESIDENTS FROM OUR COMMUNITY

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TOMBALL (December 1, 2020) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce funding in the amount of $147,800 for PTSD Foundation of America/Camp Hope to residents in the Tomball, Magnolia and Waller areas as well as assistance for medical personnel. Their mission is to bring hope and healing to Combat Veterans and their families suffering from the effects of combat-related Post Traumatic Stress. PTSD Foundation believe that by taking a whole person approach, offering evidence-based peer-to-peer mentoring, both on an individual basis and in group settings they can help these drastically reduce the Veteran suicide rate and get them back on the path to a healthy life. The Veteran’s Administration (VA) reports that we are losing 20 plus Veterans every day to suicide. Also, that number does not consider the many Veterans who die each day from alcohol and drug-related incidents that were fueled by an attempt to self-medicate...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION FUNDS LONE STAR COLLEGE $224,696 FOR NURSING EQUIPMENT AND lifePATH PROGRAMS

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TOMBALL (October 6, 2020) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce funding in the amount of $224,696 for LSC-Tomball lifePATH® and nursing programs. This grant brings TRHF’s support to LSC student success to more than $1.8 million in funding. “Together we are stronger and the strength of our partnership with Tomball Regional Health Foundation resonates within our college and in our community,” said Dr. Lee Ann Nutt, LSC-Tomball president. “Once again, the Tomball Regional Health Foundation’s ongoing support has enabled our health occupations and lifePATH students to gain the skills and knowledge needed to become valued and contributing members of our Tomball community.” TRHF awarded $122,856 toward the LSC-Tomball lifePATH program to provide funding for a wraparound support coach and academic strategist. lifePATH is a four-year comprehensive program of post-secondary educational opportunities for students who have disabilities that affect executive functioning. lifePATH focuses on academic readiness, social expectations, and career exploration. “The ability to...
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Teen and Family Services Tomball 2020/2021 Funding

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TOMBALL (October 1, 2020) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce the funding in the amount of $20,000 for the Teen and Family Services (TAFS) 2020/2021 program in Tomball. They were founded in 2002 and are committed to providing teens and their entire family the tools, skills and knowledge to deal with substance abuse problems in a holistic way. They focus on fostering success that will continue after the families graduate from the program and throughout their lifetime. At TAFS, their goal is to help teens achieve continued abstinence, increased empathy, consistency in relationships, help leading a life of fulfillment and success, and improved communication. Teen and Family Services is a therapeutic pro-active in-school, after-school, and weekend alterative peer group for teens who are in recovery for substance abuse or other harmful behaviors. They focus on the adolescent’s journey toward sobriety and work to heal both the family...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION AWARDS $10,000 IN FUNDING TO SIRE -THERAPEUTIC HORSEMANSHIP TO BUILD HEALTHY OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN OUR COMMUNITY FOR THE SECOND YEAR

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Tomball Regional Health Foundation awards a $10,000 grant to SIRE Therapeutic Horsemanship to provide therapeutic riding lessons to promote healthy outcomes for children with disabilities throughout Tomball, Magnolia, Waller communities.    SIRE is so proud to partner with the Tomball Regional Health Foundation to bring better health outcomes to children of Montgomery County through therapeutic horseback riding. This $10,000 grant from the Tomball Regional Health Foundation will underwrite the cost of 10 children with special needs being able to experience the life changing benefits of therapeutic horseback riding at SIRE Therapeutic Horsemanship. The movement of the horse mirrors the three-dimensional motions required for the human walking gait: side-to-side, front-to-back and rotational. No other form of therapy can simultaneously produce these three movements while also propelling the rider through the dimension of space.   “This gift will enable SIRE to help our young riders live their best lives, to really facilitate a...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION IS PLEASED TO GRANT TOMBALL EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE MINISTRIES FUNDING $100,000 FOR THEIR EMERGENCY DENTAL AND MEDICAL PROGRAMS

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Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce the partnership with Tomball Emergency Assistance Ministries (TEAM) to provide emergency dental services to qualifying adults and seniors and medical care to low-income families, in the Tomball, Magnolia, and Waller areas. Both the dental and the medical program will receive $50,000 for the coming funding year.   During the course of 2018 dental grant the funds allowed TEAM to cover the expenses of emergency dental services for 47 adult or senior clients at an average cost of $830. The goal of both organizations is to not only alleviate the pain and suffering caused by tooth decay and infection, but to also prevent oral diseases from developing into more serious health complications. The renewed grant will go a long way to help the men and women in the area.   These grants allow TEAM a broader offering to serve the needs of low-income...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION PROVIDES FUNDING TO CONCORDIA LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL TO CONTINUE ITS FOCUS ON TEEN MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVES

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Tomball, TX – Tomball Regional Health Foundation is excited to announce its recent grant award to Concordia Lutheran High School (CLHS) in the amount of $25,791.00 for the continuation of teen mental health awareness and support programs. These programs will focus on two specific areas: Teen Mental Health Initiatives, and Vape Prevention Initiatives.   Given the astonishing statistics surrounding teen suicide, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, etc., the need for strong mental health programs within our schools seems undeniable. Too many adolescents fall victim during the high school years, and while many of these problems that develop are common, they are treatable, and early detection and intervention strategies are proven to work. With proper mental health education and training, our school counselors, teachers and staff can help identify, support and improve a student’s resilience and their ability to succeed in high school and in life; however, to be effective, all school stakeholders...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS CONTINUED FUNDING TO BOYS AND GIRLS COUNTRY

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TOMBALL (July 29, 2019) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation is happy to announce that they have awarded Boys and Girls Country of Houston, Inc. (BGC) a $25,000 grant to pay for uncovered medical and dental expenses as well as emergency care for the coming year. The funds will be used for dental, orthodontia, vision, prescriptions and medical equipment. More than 48 years after its founding, Boys and Girls Country (BGC) is still a strong and purposeful community whose primary goal is to provide a home for children from families in crisis to ensure their care, welfare, safety and security. The children who live to BGC have experienced poverty, abuse, neglect, food insecurity and other crises. In addition to furnishing their basic needs, BGC works with each child to help them build relationships, accept responsibilities, and grow and develop within the context of a stable, structured and loving home environment. To date,...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION IS HAPPY TO GRANT THE JOYRIDE CENTER FUNDS TO CONTINUE THEIR JPRC PREP - DAY HABILITATION AND THERAPEUTIC HORSEMANSHIP PROGRAMS

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TOMBALL (July 19, 2019) – Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce the most recent grant to the JoyRide Center to continue their Day Habilitation Program as well as scholarships for the therapeutic horsemanship program in the amount of $105,000. JoyRide Center located in Magnolia was established in 2009 as a Therapeutic Horsemanship Center with the mission of helping people with different abilities find more joy in life through equine-assisted activities and therapies. JoyRide Center pursues its mission by providing opportunities for all participants to increase competence through the development of functional skills across multiple domains, and to participate productively within a community. Competence and community are integral parts of JoyRide Centers’ programs, and this emphasis has facilitated the enrichment of the lives of JoyRide Centers’ clients, their families, and our volunteers. In 2013, JoyRide Center established a pilot program for a day habilitation for our young adult riders....
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION AWARDS $10,000 IN FUNDING TO SIRE -THERAPEUTIC HORSEMANSHIP TO BUILD HEALTHY OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN OUR COMMUNITY FOR THE SECOND YEAR

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Tomball Regional Health Foundation awards a $10,000 grant to SIRE Therapeutic Horsemanship to provide therapeutic riding lessons to promote healthy outcomes for children with disabilities throughout Tomball, Magnolia, Waller communities.    SIRE is so proud to partner with the Tomball Regional Health Foundation to bring better health outcomes to children of Montgomery County through therapeutic horseback riding. This $10,000 grant from the Tomball Regional Health Foundation will underwrite the cost of 10 children with special needs being able to experience the life changing benefits of therapeutic horseback riding at SIRE Therapeutic Horsemanship. The movement of the horse mirrors the three-dimensional motions required for the human walking gait: side-to-side, front-to-back and rotational. No other form of therapy can simultaneously produce these three movements while also propelling the rider through the dimension of space.    “This gift will enable SIRE to help our young riders live their best lives, to really facilitate a...
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TOMAGWA HEALTHCARE MINISTRIES RECEIVES EMERGENCY FUNDING FROM THE TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION

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TOMAGWA HealthCare Ministries announced today that it has received emergency funding from the Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) to revitalize the clinic. The decision came after a small team of TOMAGWA staff and Board members led by Interim CEO, Timika Simmons, met with the TRHF Board and presented updated 2019 budget projections which revealed the need for an infusion of immediate funding. TRHF Chairman of the board, Vicki Clark, stated that the “TRHF Board is committed to helping the individuals in our community to get the medical and dental assistance needed to restore dignity to the uninsured, low income families treated at TOMAGWA.” “The funding from the TRHF is a tremendous milestone in our restructuring efforts” Simmons said. TOMAGWA’s Board announced that it has an achievable, robust plan in place and that they are confident that TOMAGWA’s sustainable funding plans are tangible. “With the overwhelming support from new donors and volunteers...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION IS PLEASED TO GRANT TOMBALL EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE MINISTRIES FUNDING FOR THEIR EMERGENCY DENTAL PROGRAM FOR THE SECOND YEAR

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Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) is proud to announce the partnership with Tomball Emergency Assistance Ministries (TEAM) for the second year to provide emergency dental care to low-income, qualifying adults and seniors in the Tomball, Magnolia, and Waller areas. During the course of 2018 grant the funds allowed TEAM to cover the expenses of emergency dental services for 47 adult or senior clients at an average cost of $830. The goal of both organizations is to not only alleviate the pain and suffering caused by tooth decay and infection, but to also prevent oral diseases from developing into more serious health complications. The renewed $50,000 grant will go a long way to help the men and women in the area. Older Americans with the poorest oral health are those who are economically disadvantaged, lack insurance, and are members of racial and ethnic minorities. Being disabled, homebound, or institutionalized also increases the...
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The Rose Receives Fifth Grant from Tomball Regional Health Foundation

The Rose Receives Fifth Grant from Tomball Regional Health Foundation
Tomball Regional Health Foundation’s (TRHF) demonstrated their continued commitment to breast healthcare with their fifth donation to The Rose, a Texas breast health nonprofit. The newest investment of $25,000 in the Empower Her® Sponsorship Program will help cover the costs of breast health services for up to 200 uninsured or underinsured women and men in Tomball, Magnolia, Waller, and surrounding areas. Along with supporting no-cost mammograms and diagnostic services for medically underserved patients, the gift will also offset increased expenses of 3D imaging (the "gold standard" in mammography) and pathology fees for biopsies. In 2018, TRHF gave two separate gifts to the Rose totaling $35,000, which sponsored patients from the eleven zip codes TRHF encompasses and funded additional services after Hurricane Harvey. The grants collectively offset the costs of 191 uninsured women, including three who were diagnosed with breast cancer and directed to timely and affordable treatment through The Rose’s Patient...
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TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION 2019 MEALS ON WHEELS GRANT TO NORTHWEST ASSISTANCE MINISTRIES

TOMBALL REGIONAL HEALTH FOUNDATION 2019 MEALS ON WHEELS GRANT TO NORTHWEST ASSISTANCE MINISTRIES
HOUSTON (February 15, 2019) —The Tomball Regional Health Foundation has generously underwritten Northwest Assistance Ministries’ (NAM’s) Meals on Wheels Program again for 2019. This contribution will allow NAM to provide hundreds of meals a day to seniors in the Tomball area. NAM’s Meals on Wheels program delivers hot, well-balanced meals to the doors of seniors and other neighbors who are homebound because of disability or illness. By supporting their nutritional needs, this program helps participants maintain or improve their health, remain independent, and stay in their homes for as long as possible. “Without the support from Tomball Regional Health Foundation, hundreds of seniors would not be able to receive this program.” Said Les Cave; President / CEO of Northwest Assistance Ministries. More than 500 volunteer drivers collaborate to deliver thousands of hot, nutritious meals six days per week. Qualifying individuals receive meals each weekday, and Saturday meals are provided to some...
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The Rose Receives $20,000 From Tomball Regional Health Foundation to Award to Address Harvey Aftermath

The Rose Receives $20,000 From Tomball Regional Health Foundation to Award to Address Harvey Aftermath
Tomball (November 27, 2018) The impact of Hurricane Harvey continues long after the flood waters receded. The Rose will continue to help ensure women in Tomball, Magnolia, Waller and surrounding communities will have the breast health care they may have put off as they dealt with the aftermath of the storm thanks to the $20,000 grant from Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF). As the leading nonprofit in breast healthcare for Texas, The Rose received the fourth and largest gift yet from the TRHF in support of its Empower Her® Sponsorship Program which makes possible free breast cancer detection screenings, diagnostic services and access to treatment for uninsured women. The increase in the amount of the grant monies is to both focus on those affected by Hurricane Harvey as well as return to previously sponsored patient loads after so many funders directed their 2017 giving to direct hurricane recovery. “Five months after...
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