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Medica Foundation Behavioral Health Grant Program

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Sponsor
Medica Foundation
Deadlines
Letter of Intent (Required): Apr 1, 2022
Application: Jul 15, 2022
Contact

952.992.2060
foundation@medica.com

Purpose

The Medica Foundation Behavioral Health Grant program offers funding for projects that assist people with serious mental illness and chemical addictions through the recovery process.

Programs should focus on:

  • Addressing gaps in behavioral health services
  • Integration of physical and mental healthcare
  • Addressing co-occurring disorders
  • Addressing mental health needs of children experiencing homelessness
  • Providing supportive and intensive case management services

Preference is given to organizations using trauma-sensitive practices and a strengths-based approach to care, as well as to proposals that build partnerships and collaborations within a community.

Eligibility

To qualify, organizations must operate within Medica Foundation's service area in Minnesota, western Wisconsin, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Nonprofit organizations that are 501(c)(3) legal entities, Native Nations, or governmental agencies are eligible to receive funding.

Organizations that received a Medica Behavioral Health or Early Childhood Health grant last year or that currently have a strategic grant are not eligible to apply.

Geographic coverage
Minnesota, western Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota
Amount of funding

Up to $50,000.

Application process

A link to the application instructions is available on the program website.

A two-step application process is in place for Behavioral Health grants. Submit an initial application through the online application portal by April 1, 2022. Selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal, with a deadline of July 15 2022.

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Tagged as
Behavioral health · Children and youth · Housing and homelessness · Integrated service delivery · Mental health · People with disabilities · Substance use and misuse · Trauma-informed care · Minnesota · North Dakota · South Dakota · Wisconsin

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