Explore the Projects

Learn more about the four selected proposals for Henry L. Hillman Foundation’s Healthy Aging Challenge
Innovative ideas to improve the lives of older adults in southwestern Pennsylvania
The Henry L. Hillman Foundation launched the $2 million Healthy Aging Challenge to encourage community proposals for transformational, equitable, and scalable opportunities to benefit the region’s aging population. Learn more about the selected awardees and their projects below.
AHN Aging Brain Care Program and Dementia Super Network
Allegheny Health Network
A program that wraps counseling and supports around dementia caregivers using an evidence-based model from Indiana University and experience from local experts.
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Collaborative Wellness Model for Low-Income Supportive Housing Residents
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network
Demonstrate a care management framework, for at-risk seniors in low-income supportive housing, integrating primary care and age-friendly evidence-based practices with the current service coordination program.
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Pittsburgh Regional Dementia Caregiver Training & Employment Program
University of Pittsburgh
This training program will increase the skilled dementia caregiver workforce across all communities of Allegheny County.
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The Wise Neighbor Project: Promoting wellness through trusted engagement
Vintage, Inc. and Macedonia FACE
The Wise Neighbor Project provides community-based, trusted and culturally responsive services that help elders improve the social determinants of their health and age in place.
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About the Henry L. Hillman Foundation

Henry L. Hillman Foundation works to ensure that Pittsburgh’s considerable strengths, assets, and advantages are fully leveraged to make it one of the world’s most innovative and forward-looking cities, building on the late Henry L. Hillman’s legacy for solving big problems through civic leadership and collaboration.

Aging Well

Henry L. Hillman Foundation’s Aging Well strategic investment portfolio focuses on preparing southwestern Pennsylvania for a smaller and older regional population.

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