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IABHC Fund awards grants to four not-for-profits

February 2, 2017
by BHE Staff
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The Institute for the Advancement of Behavioral Healthcare (IABHC) Fund has awarded micro-grants to the following four not-for-profit organizations:

  • Community Re-Entry Place Inside/Out, an Aurora, Colo.-based program that provides housing and aftercare services to men, women and youth after incarceration
  • Ruth Ellis Center, of Highland Park, Mich., which provides a short- and long-term residential safe space and support services for runaway, homeless and at-risk LGBTQ youth
  • Quest Counseling in Reno, Nev., that offers programs including: outpatient therapy for adults and adolescents with substance use, mental health and co-occurring disorders; individual and family counseling; community prevention programs; felony DUI and diversion court programs for adults; transitional living for adolescent males and behavioral health assessments
  • Richard J. Caron Foundation, which operates Caron Treatment Centers, a provider of alcohol and drug addiction treatment and education programs with locations in four states and Washington, D.C.

IABHC supports the behavioral health industry by awarding micro-grants to not-for-profit organizations, typically ranging from $5,000 to $10,000.

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