FSSA – Division of Mental Health and Addiction

Stop the Stigma Grant

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Division of Mental Health and Addiction is providing a funding opportunity for organization working to stop the stigma of mental health.

Stigma, distrust and lack of a clear informational education on mental health continues to be a barrier to access mental health services for communities of color which include BIPOC, Latino-Hispanic and members of the LGBTQ+ community. The Division of Mental Health and Addiction is granting funds to increase mental health awareness to Stop the Stigma in the Black and Latino-Hispanic communities to help overcome barriers to seeking mental health services. Priority will be given to respondents with knowledge and expertise of any organization or grassroots agencies that have well-established relationships with these populations.

Details about the RFF and how to apply are available on the DMHA funding page.