Provider Grants Program
Thank you for your interest in the Superior HealthPlan Grant Program. Grants are available to participating Superior providers and community organizations focused on meeting Non Medical Drivers of Health (NDOH). .
Applications must be completed in full and submitted online to be considered. All applications are reviewed by the Superior Grant Committee and will be awarded on a quarterly basis. Applicants will be notified of the committee’s decision by the tenth business day of the month following the end of the quarter. Deadlines for submissions are as follows:
- Q1 – March 31
- Q2 – June 30
- Q3 – September 30
- Q4 – December 31
All grantees must meet the following criteria::
- Must serve the Medicaid population
- Must agree to an end of term follow up visit to detail how funds were used and the outcomes from funding.
- Grant funds may not cover salary or fringe benefits for staff
- Must not have received a Superior grant within the last 12 months
- Must be located in Texas and provide services to Texas residents. MCO must receive all required supporting documentation (signed agreement, vendor master maintenance form, W-9, Superior HealthPlan Intake and Follow up Form and Vendor/Provider Payment Authorization Form) in the same month funds are awarded to avoid losing grant funding.
- Funds must be used to meet Non-Medical Drivers of Health (NDOH) also known as Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) for the community to include but not limited to: Food Insecurity, Economic Stability, Education, Neighborhood and Built Environment, Access to Health Care and Social and Community Context
For providers only:
- Providers must be accepting new patients
- Providers must have submitted claims in the last 6 months
- Providers must have no member complaints in the last 6 months
For community partners only:
- Community Based Organization must "Claim" their organization on FindHelp webpage (if applicable)
Please note that submitting an online application does not guarantee funding. Please contact SHP.Grants@SuperiorHealthPlan.com with any additional questions.
PROVIDER GRANT RECIPIENTS
|Midland County Hospital District
|Associated Behavioral and Trauma Specialties
Upgrade EMDR equipment.
|Freedom Reins Counseling
Backpacks and school supplies
|Waco Family Medicine
Baby wearing educators and parenting classes
Medicine bags, backpacks and school supplies
|St. Paul Children's Services
Hygiene packages, socks, and school uniforms
|Cardiac FITT, LLC
Childhood obesity and mental health programs
|Fyzical El Paso
Scholarships for kids
Support for elderly clients
Equipment and resources
|PI Educational, Counseling & Enrichment Services
|Complete Nutrition Solutions, LLC
|Ellis County Coalition for Health Options, DBA Hope Clinic
Hearing test equipment
|Janelle Alford, M.Ed.
DRUMBEAT group equipment
|UTMB Pediatric & Adult Primary Care
& Behavioral Pediatric Clinic
Parent training on autism and applied behavior analysis therapy
|Tripple C Health Systems
Healthcare Group LLC
Health and wellness events
|Trinity Residential Care
Clothing and personal items
COMMUNITY AGENCY GRANT RECIPIENTS
|Commerce Community Action Program
|Tickets for the theater and lunch for seniors.
|Purchased materials, supplies and resources for youth projects.
|Martha's Home, Inc.
|Boys and Girls Clubs of Deep East Texas
|Community Day Kids Event.
|Ector County ISD
|Baby and hygiene Items.
|Alamo Area Agency on Aging
|Community for Permanent Supported Housing
|Workshops for individuals with disabilities.
|World Radio Network
|School supplies and hygiene products.
|Educational supplies and resources for low income students.
|Aransas Pass for Youth
|STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Math) Program curriculum.
|West Texas Opportunities Head Start
|Senior Center Resources & Public Transit
|Social engagement activities and field trips.
|YISD Migrant Education Program
|Support programs for migratory students.
|City of Pharr Fire Department
|Joseph's Project (Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle)
|Literacy Council of Bowie and Miller Counties
|Parent-Child Education Program.
|Communities In Schools Greater Wichita Falls Area
|GiGi's Playhouse El Paso
|Two Lives Changed
|Friends of the Great Commission: DBA-Jo-nic Bloom Studio
|Tri-County Community Action Head Start
|Bedtime in a Box Program.
|The Salvation Army of El Paso
Food warmers for food service program
Meal delivery to seniors
Food for food pantry
Freezers for food pantry
Safe sleep program
Create behavioral health resource site
Safe sleep program
Parent engagement events
Family counseling curriculum
Fire and injury prevention programs, materials and equipment to seniors
Mental health resources for students
Car seats and other child safety items for families
Hygiene items for clients
Youth with disabilities in transition program
Love and logic curriculum for teachers
Childcare during support group for families who have children with special needs
Health and safety supplies for children in care
Healthy food for clients during COVID-19 pandemic
Mobile care clinic
Resident resource and hygiene closet
Volunteer advocate training
Prizes during prenatal education classes
Hygiene kits during COVID-19 pandemic
Science-to-go program for students
Resident resource and hygiene closet
Food pantry during COVID-19 pandemic
City-wide health and wellness program
Additional meals to seniors during COVID-19 pandemic
Supplies for home visitation program during COVID-19 pandemic
|Kid Nation, Inc.
|Supplies and equipment for the
|Temple ISD-Jefferson Elementary School
|Nutrition education program and vegetable gardens
|Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Kaufman
|Community education programs
|El Paso Border Youth Athletic Association
|BASE Play RBI after-school program
|Wild Child Baseball Organization
|Team uniforms, tournaments, team supplies, sponsorship banners and umpire fees
|Longview Child Development Center
|Leap pads for low
|Corpus Christi Education Foundation
for Corpus Christi Independent School District students
|Child Care, Inc. DBA Child Care Partners
Agency on Aging
|Space heaters for
|Zoe's Wings Foundation, Incorporated
|Senior Center Resources & Public Transit (SCRPT)
|Meals on wheels
|Children's Defense Fund-Texas
|Faith-based community events for program application assistence
|Climbing toys, a
trampoline, sensory equipment, to assist in fine motor and speech as therapy tools
|Children's Advocacy Center of the
|Supplies such as clothing, food, shoes, toys, diapers, formula, school supplies, hygiene
products, and cleaning products for the Rainbow Room
|Catholic Charities of Central Texas
|Potty toppers, diapers and pullups
|Midland ISD Family Support Center
|Family Crisis Center
of the Big Bend
|Emergency financial assistance to clients for groceries, utility payments, and rent
|A New Life for a New
|Daddy Diaper Days
|Empowering the Masses
|Grocery carts for the senior walk up food pantry
|Tip of Texas Family Outreach
|Emergency food pantry
|Banquete High School
|The Settlement Home for Children
|Hygiene items and over-the-counter medications and supplies
|Concho Valley Community Action Agency
|House-warming kits that include cleaning products, soap, toilet paper, paper towels, and basic
|Texas Tech Foundation
Out and Read Program children's literacy program
|Panhandle Down Syndrome Guild
|Two educational seminars in 2022
|Ector County ISD
|Two after school (one voice and one instrumental) ensembles for 3rd-5th grade students