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Our Community

The HealthStar Foundation is committed to serving the youth and "at risk" population of our community through programs and the mini-grant process. Through our grants we have assisted many organizations in achieving mutual goals. The directive of the HealthStar Foundation is to focus on teen pregnancy prevention, obesity, drug and alcohol abuse and smoking cessation.

Organizations we have assisted

Project Graduation

United Way

Morristown Housing Authority
"Go for Grades"

Rotary Am
Christmas Shopping Spree

Technology Tech Nursing Program

Remote Area Medical Expedition

Friends of Hospice

Riding High

Central Services

Helping Hands Clinic

Stepping Out

Rose Center

Hamblen County Schools


YES Youth Emergency Shelter

TN Department of Child & Family Services


HealthStar Foundation has...

  • Given $5,500 over the past 6 years to assist Project Graduation
  • Supported the Tennessee Technology Nursing program with $2,500 towards their efforts to provide qualified employees to local healthcare providers
  • Assisted Y.E.S. (Youth Emergency Shelter) by providing materials to the youth living at the shelter that educate them on drug and alcohol abuse, smoking cessation and teen pregnancy. Additional monies have been donated to support the Y.E.S. on its mission to provide a safe haven for these at risk children
  • Donated $10,000 to the Hamblen County School System. Budget cuts were made and the family curriculum at the middle school level was dismanteld. This program provided an abstinence based educational program and materials to middle school students. This gift made it possible to purchase materials and train the Teen Living teachers at each middle school so that this program could continue. A $2,000 grant was awarded to the school system to support Health classes providing first aid training. This grant purchased mannequins and text books to train students on CPR.
  • Given a grant of $4,800 to the Helping Hands Clinic to purchase software that enables them to apply for free and reduced medicines/prescriptions for the patients of this free clinic.
  • Supplied Remote Area Medical (RAM) with annual gifts to support RAM in providing free healthcare to those who attended their one day clinics.
  • Offered Hamblen County Health Council a grant in the amount of $2,500 in support of after school programs that were administered by the Hamblen County Health Department and volunteers from National Fitness. The goal of the program is to engage the youth in physical activities and educate them on proper nutrition.




Helpful Community Links


Hamblen County Board of Education

Tennessee Technology

Stepping Out

Morristown Housing Authority

Remote Area Medical

Rose Center

Morristown Chamber of Commerce

My Morristown

Hamblen County Government

LogOn Computer Systems

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