Utah Multicultural Rural Mental Health Grant
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The Utah Multicultural Rural Mental Health Grant will provide funding for nonprofit organizations that serve the mental and behavioral health needs of multicultural communities in rural Utah and have a commitment to reducing stigma and inequalities. Grants will support urgent mental and behavioral health challenges that have been intensified by the COVID-19 crisis.
Awards will be made based on the criteria:
- Mental and behavioral health project description
- Project sustainability
- Experience with multicultural and rural communities
- Budget proposal and description
Eligible applicants are Utah-based nonprofit, governmental, educational, and/or faith-based religious organizations that serve rural communities in Utah.
- Provide direct mental and behavioral health services to individuals and families
- Serve historically and systemically marginalized populations, specifically communities of color, LGBTQIA+ populations, and those who are linguistically diverse
- Have a commitment to racial equity
- Elevate grants up to $50,000 to support new or early phase mental and behavioral health programs
- Journey grants up to $100,000 to support established or ongoing mental and behavioral health programs that are ready-to-serve rural communities
Links to additional guidance and the online application portal are available on the program website.
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