Mental Health Innovations
For current contractors. One-time innovative projects to enhance mental health outcomes. The initial proposal consists of a brief Letter of Interest. Then, selected agencies collaborate with staff and community partners to develop a Work Implementation Plan. Innovations funding is for new projects, and cannot offset or replace other funding sources. Request for Letters of Interest will be released March 1, 2017. Letters are due April 7, 2017
Children & Families
Supports a continuum of services for emotionally disturbed children/youth and their families, including day treatment, individual and family psychotherapy, and center-based care. Request for Proposals closed October 7, 2016.
Support for the foundation of public mental health care in Jackson County, providing broad-based mental health services. Safety Net grantee organizations reflect a diverse cross section of agencies. However they share a common objective of providing quality mental health services to underserved communities. Request for Proposals closed October 7, 2016.
Domestic & Sexual Violence
Domestic and Sexual Violence grants support mental health services in shelter-based and community locations for persons who have experienced sexual trauma and/or domestic violence. Request for Proposals closed February 10, 2017
Education & Vocational
Educational and Vocational program funding supports the delivery of mental health services necessary for successful program participation, skill attainment and functioning in the community. Request for Proposals closed February 10, 2017
Technical Support and Evaluation
Technical Support and Evaluation Projects provide independent, information-based assessments that are responsive to Board and community input. Projects may be initiated at the direction of the Board of Trustees or through an application of an eligible agency. Technical Support projects are limited to one year. Request for Proposals closed February 10, 2017
Non-clinical, consumer support services are vital to the stability of persons with mental illness and thus have an important role to play in Jackson County’s mental health system. Information and referral, case management and financial case management are essential for assisting clients in maintaining independence and obtaining access to needed resources. Request for Proposals closed February 10, 2017
The application process is specific for each contract. Forensic Services contracts support inter-agency programs that promote public safety and reduce recidivism, which is the re-arrest and return of persons mental illness back into the criminal justice system. Services are planned and delivered to support the operation of specific justice programs to improve opportunities for moving clients into long-term treatment. Request for Proposals closed February 10, 2017
Pilot Application for New Agencies
Agencies without current funding are considered “new.” New agencies considering making an initial application begin by reviewing information on our Funding Program Details page. Pilot applications generally take several months to prepare. There is no predetermined application deadline.