Foundation Impact Report

Program Support Update | December, 2019

As of December 31, 2019, the Providence Montana Health Foundation has provided $1,599,587 in support of Providence St. Patrick Hospital, Providence St. Joseph Medical Center and affiliated programs.

Program Support Details
St. Patrick House $253,590.66
  • Operational expenses
  • 1,700 guests have had a place to stay while they or family members have been receiving treatment at Missoula medical facilities.
Program Support $812,549.00
  • First Step, Diabetes, Pastoral Care and Other Hospital programs
  • SJMC Trauma Informed Care for Rural Children Grant
  • SJMC Integrated Medication Assisted Treatment Grant
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship Grant
  • Trauma training
  • Perinatal Behavioral Health Grant
  • Cardiac Rehab Bariatric Walkers and NuStep
  • Mission Lifeline Grant
  • ED Behavioral Health Safe Activities Cart
  • Bike racks 
  •  Magnet Conference
  • PMG Integrated Behavioral Health Network Grant
  • MCC Embers Program

Capital Support

$536,027.00
  • IHI Observation Unit Project
  • HERT Grant – Storage Container
  • SJMC – Digital X-ray 
  • Emergency Department Ultrasound
  • SJMC Pediatric Ultrasound
  • ICU Thermogard XP Advanced Temperature
  • Management System 
  • SJMC Defibrillator

Individual Support and Support of Unrelated Organizations

$125,091.27

  • 61 Individuals were helped through our Employee compassion fund
  • 47 Patient Compassion requests
  • 48 Professional Development requests
  • Support of Institute for Health and Humanities 
  • Support of Volunteer Guild
  • Scholarships for Employees and their children

Team Up Montana Funding Requests

$79,687.37

  • 116 individuals received grants to help with medical bills, insurance, living expenses, and/or traveling expenses related to cancer medical treatments.
Mammogram Voucher Program/Cancer Support Groups $8,328.45
  • Men's Cancer Support Group
  • Breast Cancer Support Group
  • Mammogram Vouchers