EHDI Grantees

2016-2017 EHDI Grantees

The Eliminating Health Disparity Initiative (EHDI) is a grants-based program administered by the Minnesota Department of Health Center for Health Equity. EHDI was established during the 2001 Legislative session. The goal of EHDI is to improve the health status of Populations of Color and American Indians (POC/AI). Use the drop-down menus below to learn more about current EHDI grantees and their grant-funded programs.

Grant Type Priority Health Area Serving Residents
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Korean Service Center

Project name: Preventing unintentional injuries and suicide

Grant Type: Priority Health Area Implementation

Project Description: This project is focused to reduce and prevent mental health issues and violence in the Asian American communities in Minnesota. As the planning project, we will do community wide researches and surveys to make data, and community wide training and workshops will be provided. The final project is a summit meeting to share findings from the community surveys with government authorities and mental health service providers.

EHDI Grant Activity Outcomes: 1. To develop a better understanding of the mental health issues an needs of the Asian American community. 2. To find solutions for the mental health issues, disparities and needs within the Asian American community.

Racial/ethnic group(s) to be served:
Asian/Pacific Islander

Priority health area(s):
Unintentional Injury and Violence

County(s) Served:

Geography and Population Served: Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the seven metro counties in Minnesota.

Contact: Yoonju Park

Street address:
2417 Larpenteur Ave. W.
Lauderdale, MN 55113
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Phone: 651-649-0009
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Executive Director: Yoonju Park
Phone: 612-342-1344