Minnesota Mental Health Safety Net Grant Program
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Minnesota Department of Health - Office of Rural Health and Primary Care
Letter of Intent
Sep 23, 2022
Nov 11, 2022
The Minnesota Mental Health Safety Net Grant Program
provides funding to mental health centers and clinics
that treat uninsured patients under the age of 21.
Eligible applicants are:
- Community mental health centers, designated under
Minnesota statute section 254.62
- Nonprofit community mental health clinics designated
as an essential community provider under Minnesota
statute section 62Q.19
Providers must offer free or reduced cost mental
healthcare to low-income patients under the age of 21
with family incomes below 275% of federal poverty
guidelines and who do not have health insurance coverage.
Amount of funding
Estimated total program funding:
Project period: 3 years
Funding amounts will be determined using a ratio of the
number of uninsured mental health patients under the age
of 21 served by each eligible provider compared to the
total number of uninsured mental health patients under
the age of 21 served by all eligible providers.
Behavioral health · Clinics · Healthcare facilities · Mental health · Poverty · Uninsured and underinsured · Minnesota
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