Community Service Fund Watch our video message of gratitude and learn how we use your philanthropic dollars. The donations you make are connected to our community’s most pressing health needs by our Board and staff — all of whom are committed to stewarding available funds in a thoughtful, strategic and resource conscience way. 2015 Community Service Fund Recipients Care Management Department ~ To pay for prescription medication and transportation services for patients with no other resources available to purchase emergency medications and/or a taxi ride home from the Hospital. Diabetes Self-Management Education Program ~ To pay for diabetes supplies and services for patients with no other resources available to obtain medically necessary supplies and/or healthcare services. Medical Home Navigation Program ~ To pay for gasoline cards, food cards, transportation services and other costs associated with a priority need for patients receiving support from the Program's Nurse Care Managers. Health Buddy Program ~ To develop a program that connects key elements of existing Concord Hospital Medical Group, Riverbend Community Health and Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association programs in a manner that engages high-risk patients to better manage medications, reduce physical and mental health symptoms and enables self-monitoring and self-management. Emergency Department Behavioral Health Services ~ To hire a psychiatric advanced registered nurse and for continued funding of the existing Riverbend Community Mental Health psychiatric care manager position. Together, these positions provide an expansion of behavioral health services available in Concord Hospital's Emergency Department. Behavioral Health Consult Services ~ To support co-locating Riverbend Community Mental Health services within Concord Family Medicine and Concord Hospital Center for Urologic Care's Pelvic Medicine Clinic. Family Health Center Dental Clinic ~ To provide a full range of dental care for teens and adults that are low-income, uninsured or Medicaid insured and cannot receive dental care in a private practice.