New Pop-Up Grant
The Women's Health Network has launched a new opportunity for funding. Awards are up to $3,000. For more information view the funding announcement here.

Applications are due July 17th and can be submitted here.
The Women's Health Network Community Grants
The Women's Health Network is proud to partner with the following organizations and community partners to support the grassroots efforts to enhance and support health equity. Eight community grants were awarded in October 2019 ranging from $500 - $3,000 for one year community projects focused on one of the three WHN priority areas: health education/literacy, mental health, reproductive health. 
Community Grant Awardees
African American Council of Elders, Wichita, KS
Colborn Fitness, Wichita, KS
Let's Talk, Lawrence, KS
Makin Moves, Topeka, KS
Newman University
Safe Streets, Wichita, KS
Wichita Children's Home
Wichita Immigrant Mental Health Coalition


Grant Resources
  1. WHN Health Literacy Survey - Online version (if a paper version works better for your organization, please contact us for a paper copy). Important note - Participants must be 18 years old or older to complete the survey.  
  2. Final Report Template - grantees will briefly summarize the activities they accomplished over the past year. Final reports are due by October 31st, 2020.  

Upcoming Events
July is BIPOC Mental Health month! It brings awareness to the unique struggles that underrepresented groups face regarding mental health in the United States.

We invite women of color and of any age (residing in Sedgwick County) to be apart of the "Share Your Story" Challenge. This will help bring awareness + earn you a $25 gift card.

Starting Monday June 22nd @ 5:55 PM  CST through December 28th!

"Do you need a weekly realignment? If so, please join me for stretching, progressive relaxation, meditation, journaling, and storytime*.

*Storytime is an opportunity to listen to a love letter written to Black women from a Black woman." - Kujima Health Facebook

June 22 Mindful Movement Monday





Past Events

May 27, 2020
Featured: 
Ms. Harriet A. Washington
- Lecturer in Bioethics at Columbia University Award winning Medical Writer and Author of Medical Apartheid

 Dr. Cheryl T. Grills
- Director of the Psychology Applied Research Center of Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts at Loyola Marymount University of Los Angeles, CA


  
  • The African American Council of Elders Wichita/ South Central Kansas Launch of Emotional Emancipation Circles (EEC)