Bristol-Myers Squibb: Mental Health & Well-Being in the U.S.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Awards
$3.28 Million in Grants to Support Mental Health Needs of U.S. Military Service Members Returning from Afghanistan and Iraq

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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.

Featured partnership: University of Michigan Providing social support to student Veterans through a peer-to-peer approach. Read more >

Examples of Current Partnerships:

Boston University:
Developing a consumer-ready version of VetChange, a self-directed, web-based intervention which helps recent returnees from combat significantly reduce their risky drinking and related PTSD symptoms

Minnesota Veterans Medical Research and Education Foundation:
Using pastoral counselors to address the issues of moral injury among combat trauma survivors

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI):
Customizing its evidence-based Family-to-Family Program to meet the unique needs of military families

University of Michigan:
Develop, implementing and evaluating a peer-to-peer program that connects student veterans with upper class student veteran ‘advisors’

For a complete listing of current grants, click here.


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