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The Grant Group developed and conducted a quality assessment survey process for PCC, to evaluate and inform quality assurance and quality improvement activities in safety net clinics participating in Montgomery Cares.   Both the survey development and the survey process were well organized, comprehensive, and conducted in a collegial manner.  The resulting reports provided actionable information and recommendations that motivated and supported PCC and participating clinics in their efforts to provide high quality, patient-centered care.

— Steve Galen, Executive Director, Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County

The Bailey’s Crossroads Health Access Project (BxHAP) proposed guiding a short-term project called: Knit the Net: Closing Gaps in Fairfax County’s Health Safety Net One Neighborhood at a Time. The BxHAP initiated a six month strategic planning process to assess the clinical capacity of three area safety net clinics and the possibility of leveraging neighboring resources to meet the unmet need of the Culmore area. The Grant Group, LLC  was selected to conduct the second phase of a community clinic capacity project in Bailey’s Crossroads, Falls Church Virginia. The Grant Group developed a comprehensive survey tool to assess the three safety net clinics (FQHC, County managed, private nonprofit). The Grant Group’s findings included a SWOT analysis and comparison contrast of the financial, clinical and administrative functions of the clinics. The series of options presented in The Grant Group’s final report provided the project Steering Committee to recommend a clear pathway in providing adequate coverage for the Culmore area patients. The Grant Group’s interactions with the Steering Committee for the project whose members included Fairfax County officials, Inova Hospital, the three health center executives and the religious community representative were focused, professional and productive.

— Terry O’Hara Lavoie, Knit the Net Project Director, Bailey’s Crossroads Health Access Project

Homes for Hope contracted The Grant Group to complete grant applications at the federal level, including research and editing. Homes for Hope provides supportive housing to people living with chronic illness and homelessness; particularly, women and minorities affected by and living with HIV-AIDS in Ward 7 and 8  As a non-profit organization serving homeless HIV clients in Washington, DC, we rely heavily on  grant funding. The Grant Group’s approach was  professional as well respectful and sensitive to our mission.  Their organized and comprehensive oriented approach enabled the staff to continue the important work of supporting this undeserved population. Homes for Hope will continue to utilize  this excellent firm.

— Veronica Jenkins, MD, Executive Director, Homes for Hope