Grant Helps Neighbors Experiencing Homelessness Get Access To Mental Health Therapy
October 6, 2019
The Accessible Mental Wellness Initiative – Resident Training Program was born, and continues to serve, from our core value of justice. We believe that everyone should have access to quality mental health care and fight for those who do not have access to it. The program that serves our community-based clinics is a bridge of access allowing individuals with barriers to receive mental health treatment in the community where they already receive services. This program is unique in its breadth and scope.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Crime Prevention Foundation of Brown County and the Crime Prevention Funding Board, we are able to remove barriers and provides incentives for our community members experiencing homelessness to improve their mental health and help end the cycle of homelessness and mental illness.
We are honored to be able to continue this programming on behalf of the most vulnerable members of our community.
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