The Ethel & James Flinn Foundation seeks proposals from nonprofit organizations for programs that provide mental health care and services for children, youth, adolescents, and young people in southeast Michigan.
Deadline: July 13.
Two-year grants of up to $75,000 will be awarded for the implementation of best-practice treatment programs in the region. In 2017, priority will be given to early intervention programs that promote health, social, and emotional development of at-risk or vulnerable infants and very young children (ages 0 to 3) and; developmental screening, assessment and mental health treatment models in early childhood settings for young children (ages 3 to 5).
Priority will also be given to programs for pediatric screening, assessment, diagnosis, and behavioral health treatment models in school-based clinics and primary care settings; screening models in the child welfare and foster care systems and collaborative court diversion programs .
To be eligible, applicants must be a governmental agency or a nonprofit that provides mental health care and services for children, youth, adolescents, and young people in southeast Michigan (Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, and/or Washtenaw counties).
Info: https://goo.gl/1ssPWh (application).