Grant Range Up to $500,000

Applications Open Winter

Awards Announced August 14, 2019

2018 Behavioral Health Grants

Beaumont Health Foundation
Comprehensive, Interprofessional Substance Use Disorder Treatment Initiative in a Family Medicine Residency Program

Great Lakes Recovery Centers, Inc.
Integrated Mental Health and SUD Residential Services For Adolescents in the U.P.

Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan
Increasing Access to Medication Assisted Treatment in Primary Care (Multi-funder collaborative)

Greater Flint Health Coalition
Genesee County Community-Wide Strategy to Address the Opioid Epidemic

The Judson Center
Project to Integrate Primary Care Into an Existing Behavioral Health Care Center Using a Patient Centered Medical Home Model

Michigan Center for Clinical Systems Improvement
Advanced Training for Primary Care Teams in SBIRT and Collaborative Care

Munson Healthcare Foundation
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Resiliency Services

Regents of the University of Michigan
TRAILS Development of General Education Resources and Detroit Public Schools Planning

Regents of the University of Michigan
Michigan Medicine/EMU Integrated Pediatric Behavioral Health Training Collaborative

Saginaw Valley State University
The GRACE Project: Gaining Recovery in Addiction for Community Elders

Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital
Trauma Informed Substance Abuse & Treatment Services Program

Starfish Family Services
One Location, One Visit: Pediatric Integrated Health Care in Wayne County: A Value Proposition for Sustainability

Starr Commonwealth
Battle Creek Resilient Schools Project

Wayne State University
Team-based Telemedicine 

2017 Behavioral Health Grants

Catholic Human Services, Inc. 
Integrated Intervention For Parents With Additions In The Child Welfare System

Cherry Health, Elevate Senior Health
Behavioral and Physical Health Annual Screening

Communities in Schools of Kalamazoo 
Integrated Behavioral Health in School

The Corner Health Center
Psychiatric Services for Youth through Community Healthcare (PSYCH)

D. A Blodgett-St. John
The Safe Passages Mentoring Program

Eastern Michigan University 
EMU Geropsychology Training: Advancing Late-Life Neurobehavioral Health

Henry Ford Health System
Opioid Epidemic: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment in and Office-Based Integrated Care Model

Michigan Public Health Institute
A Systems-Level Approach to Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

M.P.A Group
Washington Elementary School Family Health Initiative

Northern Lakes Community Mental Health Authority
Family Assessment & Safety Team (F.A.S.T.)

Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services
Reducing Psychiatric Boarding of Pediatric Patients to Assist Families in Crisis

The Regents of University of Michigan
Establishing a Michigan Collaborative Care Implementation Support Team to Enhance Access to Quality Mental Health Treatment in Primary Care for Seniors and Low-Income Adults

The Regents of the University of Michigan
TRAILS to Behavioral Health: Translating Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students (TRAILS)

The Ruth Ellis Center
Ruth Ellis Integrated Health & Wellness Center

Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center
Integrating Michigan’s U.P Behavioral Health & Primary Care Services

Wayne State University
High Touch – High Tech (HT2)

2016 Behavioral Health Grants

The Corner Health Center

D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s
Safe Passages

Easter Seals of Michigan

Family Medical Center
School-based Telemedicine

Kent County CMH Authority d/b/a Network 180
Behavioral Health Home Replication

M.P.A. Group
Washington Elementary School Family Health Initiative

The Regents of the University of Michigan
Helping Michigan Kids Grow

The Regents of the University of Michigan
TRAILS to Behavioral Health

Ruth Ellis Center, Inc.
Integrated Health and Wellness Center

Spectrum Child and Family Services
Trauma and Stress Relief Program

Volunteers of America
Coordinated Care for the Homeless

Behavioral health is crucial to physical health and overall wellness, yet tremendous barriers to treatment remain. Challenges like a lack of providers, insurance restrictions, stigma, and uncoordinated delivery of services mean that too many suffer without appropriate care. To effectively treat individuals with complex healthcare needs we must break down silos and integrate behavioral healthcare with primary care and other community-based supports.

The Health Fund’s Behavioral Health program supports innovative and patient-centered integration models, projects that increase capacity of an existing workforce, and other evidence-based behavioral health programs. Our grantees in this area are creating lifelines and transforming the healthcare landscape to propel Michigan as a leader in behavioral health.

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