Grantee Profile

Mental Health America

Grants to Mental Health America

  • $600,000

    2006 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — In support of the State Health Care Reform and System Transformation Program, and the Advocacy Training and Technical Assistance Program (over three years).

  • $1,050,000

    2003 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — In support of the State Health Care Reform Advocacy Training and Technical Assistance Program and the Justice for Juveniles Program (over three years).

  • $150,000

    2001 (Inactive Grant)

    Policy

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — For a project to improve community responses to trauma, grief, and related mental health needs and the coordination of services to meet those needs.

  • $1,050,000

    2000 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — To support the Health Care Reform Advocacy Training Program and the Mental Health Services for Juvenile Offenders Program (over three years).

  • $24,000

    1999 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — To evaluate a healthcare reform initiative.

  • $450,000

    1996 (Inactive Grant)

    Health

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — To train mental health consumers, providers, and advocates in 17 states about managed care and the effect of privatization on public system mental health services (over three years).

  • $17,000

    1989 (Inactive Grant)

    ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA — To support a congressional conference on mental health of children and adolescents.

The MacArthur Foundation awarded Mental Health America $3,341,000 between 1983 and 2015.

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