ADAMH Mini-Grants Awarded to Local Non-Profits
March 25, 2022
ADAMH is proud to support the following non-profit and faith-based organizations in 2022 with Community Mini-Grant funds.
|A Mile for Mental Health
|Central Community House
|Friends of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Franklin County
|Fruit of The Spirit Ministries
|J. Jireh Development Corporation
|Leola Lucille Travis Foundation
|Make A Day Foundation
|ROX (Rulling Our Experiences)
|The Royal Oak Initiative
|This Must Be The Place
|United Methodist Church for All People
|Wells of Victory Ministries, Inc.
The ADAMH Mini-Grant Program provides small grants up to $5,000 to support in-person and virtual programs, events or campaigns with a broad community impact that:
- Raise awareness of behavioral health issues
- Promote prevention
- Reduce stigma
- Increase resilience
- Educate about diversity, equity and inclusion
Learn more and apply ( link https://adamhfranklin.org/mini-grants) for the ADAMH Community Mini-Grants.