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Mental Health

ARPA Suicide Prevention Grant

$1.5 million in grant funding is now available to support local organizations in Douglas County.

We’ve all been affected by loss due to suicide. We know because data continues to show the need for suicide prevention in Douglas County.

To continue the community’s collaborative suicide prevention efforts, the Board of Douglas County Commissioners dedicated $1.5 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding in grants for local organizations’ innovative work within suicide prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery.

If your organization has an innovative idea or is looking to expand a successful suicide prevention program, you are encouraged to apply.

NOTE TO APPLICANTS: Organizations that intend to apply should first email Mental Health Initiative Coordinator Laura Ciancone at [email protected]  for access to the Microsoft Teams™ site.

The funding application instructions are now available, noting a deadline of Friday, Feb. 24, 2023. Local non-profits and community-based organizations are encouraged to apply. Recipients will be announced in April.

Preference will be given to programs that work specifically with four data-informed target populations: middle-aged men, prenatal and post-natal women and families, seniors/older adults, and youth/young adults (ages 14-24).

Click here to view the application requirements and instructions for submitting the application information