We’re pleased to announce 39 new awards through our 2019 Behavioral Health and Nutrition & Healthy Lifestyles programs! The funded projects are innovative efforts to improve the state of health in every part of Michigan.
Like most funders, the Health Fund asks grant applicants to describe how a project will be sustainable in the long run. After five years of grantmaking, we feel we can do more than ask about sustainability—we can support it.
Check out our 2018 annual report for information on our grantmaking, our investments in evaluation, and how our grant partners see us!
38% of Michigan residents with a mental illness and 80% with a substance use disorder are not receiving treatment.
And as important as it is to celebrate, it’s also critical to recognize the challenges the LGBT community faces and to support the organizations combatting those inequities.
In 2016, Washtenaw County Community Mental Health’s Correctional Care Integration Project sought to improve health outcomes by integrating a Health Information Exchange into adult and youth correctional facilities in Washtenaw County.