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Grants & Sponsorships

Thank you for your interest in the Superior HealthPlan Grant Program.

Grants of up to $5,000 are available to participating Superior providers and community organizations. These groups should be focused on promoting the health and well-being of the communities we serve. All applications are reviewed by the Superior Grant Committee. They 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:

Deadlines for submissions are as follows:

  • Q1 – March 31, 2021
  • Q2 – June 30, 2021
  • Q3 – September 30, 2021
  • Q4 – December 31, 2021

All grants are considered and selected on the following criteria:

  • Grant must serve the Medicaid population
  • Grantees must agree to a 12 month visit to detail how funds were used
  • Grantees may not use grant funds to cover salary or fringe benefits for staff
  • Grantees must agree to complete Superior Intake and Follow Up forms
  • Grantees must not have won a grant within the last 12 months

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" the organization on Aunt Bertha's site (if applicable)
  • Grant must support social determinants of health needs for the community. This includes: food insecurity, economic stability, education, neighborhood and built environment, access to health care and social and community context

Please note that an online application does not guarantee funding. Please email us at  SHP.Grants@SuperiorHealthPlan.com with any questions.

Previous Grant Recipients

Provider Grant Recipients

Program Support

Communicare Health Centers

Purchase ultrasound machine for pregnant women

Sun City Dieticians LLC

Diabetes prevention and nutrition education classes

R.E.A.L 

Healthy meals and funding for exercise program

Christus Trinity Mother Frances Foundation

Nutrition and exercise program for children who have special needs

Rosemary Hollingsworth LPC

Training for Accelerate Resolution Therapy skills program to be used in conjunction with cognitive behavioral therapy

Journey Counseling Center

Love & Logic curriculum to enhance parenting skills and provide education related to trauma

Shannon Medical Center

CPS simulator training for parents on how to install car seats

Ricardo Reyna III MD PLLC

Reading program for pediatric patients

Cenikor Foundation

Continuing operation of detoxification services and substance abuse counseling

Waco Heart & Vascular

Support for those who do not have adequate health care

Sprout Sensory Garden LLC

Sensory garden enhancements for garden therapy sessions

Lamb HealthCare

Screening tool to assess newborns quickly and efficiently

Pediatric Clinic

Educational materials related to healthy diets and preventive education for sexually active teenagers

Moving Forward Christian Counseling

Office equipment for virtual visits

University Medical Center Foundation

Compassionate Care Program that provides basic needs for hospital patients and families

Butterflies Prospering Wellness Co.

Holistic services such as yoga and nutrition wellness

Austin Smiles - The Austin Plastic Surgery Foundation

Education and case management for those who care for children with cleft disorders

Brownsville Community Health Center

Assist patients with needs such as groceries

South Plains Rural Health Service Inc

Food bank project to provide food boxes to 500 families

Cactus Nazarene Health Center dba The Well

Diaper bags and car seats for pregnant women and new moms

Best Choice Medical Equipment

Educational material related to mobility assistance and equipment

UT Health San Antonio

Help with prescription costs for lower-income university students

OT FOR TOTS

Sensory motor gym to help in therapy sessions

La Esperanza Clinic

Hygiene kits, eye exam vouchers, food and transportation

Propedia Health Services

Increase employment by hiring more caregivers

Su Clinica

Air purifiers for the clinic to enhance infection control

The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD

Temperature scanning kiosks to help reduce COVID-19 exposure

Community Agency Grant Recipients

Program Support

The Salvation Army of El Paso

Food warmers for food service program

Waco Shepherd's Heart, Inc.

Meal delivery to seniors

FUMC McAllen

Food for food pantry

The Salvation Army Oak Cliff

Freezers for food pantry

BCFS-HHS Healthy Start

Safe sleep program

Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance

Create behavioral health resource site

Inheritance Adoptions

Safe sleep program

Region 2 Education Service Center

Parent engagement events

Hilltop Recover Ministries

Family counseling curriculum

Greenville Fire & Rescue

Fire and injury prevention programs, materials and equipment to seniors

Canutillo Independent School District

Mental health resources for students

Rio Grande Children's Home

Car seats and other child safety items for families

Llano Estacado Silver Star Board

Hygiene items for clients

Coastal Bend Center for Independent Living

Youth with disabilities in transition program

Webb Early College Prep Middle School

Love and logic curriculum for teachers

Sharing Hands A Respite Experience, Inc. (SHARE)

Childcare during support group for families who have children with special needs

Center For Youth Care Services Emergency Shelter

Health and safety supplies for children in care

Prelude Clubhouse

Healthy food for clients during COVID-19 pandemic

Texas Tech Foundation, Inc.

Mobile care clinic

Edinburg Housing Authority

Resident resource and hygiene closet

CASA of the South Plains, Inc.

Volunteer advocate training

Expectant Heart Pregnancy Resource Center

Prizes during prenatal education classes

Family Service

Hygiene kits during COVID-19 pandemic

Thornton Elementary School, Temple ISD

Science-to-go program for students

Bread of Life Community Services

Resident resource and hygiene closet

King's Way Church

Food pantry during COVID-19 pandemic

Amarillo Parks & Recreation

City-wide health and wellness program

Meals on Wheels North Central Texas

Additional meals to seniors during COVID-19 pandemic

North Texas Area United Way

Supplies for home visitation program during COVID-19 pandemic

In an effort to better serve our members we are requiring community organization applicants to register (claim) and onboard (add contact information, accept referrals) their program through Superior Community Aids and Resources (CARES), our online social services resources directory. Organizations must be signed up for Superior CARES before grants are awarded. Organizations will not be considered for a grant unless they are registered with Superior CARES.

Please note: Direct providers of community-based services such as food, shelter, transportation etc. are required to register. This requirement does not apply to schools and Head Start programs.

For additional information on Superior CARES and to register your organization, please download the Superior CARES Quick Reference Guide (PDF).

Max $5,000