Mental Health & Well-Being in the U.S.
The Foundation’s Mental Health & Well-being initiative in the U.S. focuses funding on addressing the mental health and reintegration needs of our returning service members, veterans, and their families.
Providing social support to student Veterans through a peer-to-peer approach.
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Current partnerships include:
Florida Partners In Crisis
Educating court personnel, attorneys and others on resources that may be available for defendants with mental disorders or intellectual disabilities
Testing and refining the Community Blueprint by piloting the tool in two demonstration communities over a period of two years
Massachusetts General Home Base Program
Developing a comprehensive school-based toolkit to address the needs of children and families affected by military deployments
Mental Health America of New York State
Piloting a project aimed at increasing both veteran and family resilience and recovery from the impact of military deployment
South Florida Behavioral Health Network
Developing, implementing and evaluating a first of its kind Coordinated System of Care (CSoC) for people with mental illness involved with the criminal justice system
University of North Carolina Citizen Soldier Support Program
Training Employee Assistance Program (EAP) staff with the tools needed to address deployment issues for veterans and military family members
For a complete listing of current grants, click here.