The Foundation is emphasizing programs that promote equity in mental health, particularly for people with substance use disorders. We are focusing on programs that include prevention, crisis response, and harm-reduction strategies and reduce barriers to trauma-informed approaches.
Locations While proposals from qualified organizations across the U.S. will be considered as resources allow, at this time we’re placing an emphasis on: National programs promoting scalable and sustainable systemic change
Local programs in California, Georgia, Indiana, New York, Ohio, and Virginia that support socially vulnerable populations with relevant interventions
Grant Program Goals
- Prevention & Early Intervention. Through evidence-based programs, promote protective factors and reduce risk factors that lead to depression and substance use.
- Treatment. Focus on crisis response and postcrisis and long-term intervention to reduce the impact of mental health and substance use disorders.
- Community Support & Recovery. Reduce barriers to trauma-informed approaches rooted in equity, and implement harm-reduction strategies to promote lifelong recovery.
Request for Proposal
Download the Substance Use Disorder RFP