Mini Grant Program

Each year, ATSPA awards mini grants to our member hospitals for new projects in trauma prevention education categories. Typically, the ATSPA Mini Grant Review Committee shows priority consideration to innovative projects that exemplify a great need in the community. Questions regarding the mini grant program should be addressed to Kim Nunemaker at or by calling the ATSPA office at (717) 766-1616. 


2019-2020 Mini Grant Recipients

Program Name: “A Matter of Balance-Providing adaptive equipment items to ensure the safety of our seniors" 

Member Hospital: Bryn Mawr Hospital/Main Line Health

Program Name: “Fall Prevention for the Older Population”

Member Hospital: Crozer Chester Medical Center

Program Name: “Farm Safety For Children”

Member Hospital: Geisinger Janet Weis Children's Hospital

Program Name: “Car-Fit Helping mature drivers find their safest fit”

Member Hospital: Geisinger Medical Center

Program Name: “Prevention of Falls through Strengthening exercise”

Member Hospital: Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center

Program Name: “Distracted Driving Awareness and Prevention”

Member Hospital: Geisinger Holy Spirit

Program Name: “Safety Kits for Older Adults"

Member Hospital: Lankenau Medical Center

Program Name: “Infant and Child Safety Education Program with Resource Kit”

Member Hospital: Paoli Hospital and Regional Trauma Center

Program Name: "Children Passenger Safety Champions in Community Agencies that Transport Children”

Member Hospital: Penn State Health

Program Name: “Continuing to "Stop the Bleed" for Rural Pennsylvania"

Member Hospital: Robert Packer Hospital


Program Name: “The expansion of the Implementation of an Abusive Head Trauma Prevention Program through Interdisciplinary Collaboration from a Pilot Study to a Hospital-Wide Initiative”

Member Hospital: St. Christopher's Hospital for Children


Program Name: “Infant Unsafe Sleep Prevention"

Member Hospital: UPMC Children's Hospital Of Pittsburgh


Program Name: “Stop the Bleed for Vulnerable/At-Risk Population”

Member Hospital: UPMC Presbyterian Hospital


Program Name: "York Hospital Trauma Department Stop The Bleed (STB) Training Expansion Program" 

Member Hospital: WellSpan York Hospital

2018-2019 Mini Grant Recipients

Program Name: “Stop the Bleed Educational Campaign" 

Member Hospital: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 

Program Name: “Bleeding Control in Our Local Schools”

Member Hospital: Crozer Chester Medical Center

Program Name: “Fall Prevention Education”

Member Hospital: Geisinger Holy Spirit 

Program Name: “Are There Guns Where Your Children Play?”

Member Hospital: Geisinger Medical Center

Program Name: “Elderly Fall Prevention”

Member Hospital: Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital

Program Name: “Stop the Bleed”

Member Hospital: Jefferson Torresdale Hospital

Program Name: “Determining the Effectiveness of Stop the Bleed Training on Improving Self-Efficacy and Perceptions of School Preparedness in Controlling Life-Threatening Bleeding Among High School Employees”

Member Hospital: Hahnemann University Hospital

Program Name: “Gun Safety Awareness Education in the Home”

Member Hospital: Lankenau Medical Center

Program Name: "Gun Safety Awareness Education in the Home”

Member Hospital: Paoli Hospital

Program Name: “Home Safe Home Pilot"

Member Hospital: Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health


Program Name: “Stop the Bleed - Bucks County Employees”

Member Hospital: St. Mary Medical Center


Program Name: “Preventing Pediatric Scald Burn Injuries through Scald Burn Prevention Workshops"

Member Hospital: St. Christopher's Hospital for Children


Program Name: “Stop the Bleed Campaign”

Member Hospital: St. Luke's University Hospital


Program Name: "Dog Bite Prevention Program" 

Member Hospital: UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

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