ISBA Completes Successful Program Pilot with Community Foundation of Central Illinois Grant

The Illinois Spina Bifida Association (ISBA) is pleased to announce the successful completion of the Community-Clinic Connection program pilot in Central Illinois in partnership with OSF HealthCare.

This program has been made possible in part by a $2,500 grant from the Fritz and Doris S. Reuling Charitable Fund, the Fontaine Earle Fund, and the Pete and Mildred Donis Charitable Fund of the Community Foundation of Central Illinois.


"Through the generosity and stewardship of the Community Foundation of Central Illinois, ISBA has been able to increase social connections and access to resources for Central Illinois families, which can improve their health quality of life," said Matt Larsen, ISBA Executive Director.

The Community-Clinic Connection program will continue in 2018 in Central Illinois and Chicagoland.