The Montana Mental Health Access Fund

The Montana Mental Health Access Fund will award grants to Montana-based, mental health service providers including health clinics, mental health centers, hospitals, social service agencies and nonprofits, schools, and licensed individuals to provide mental health services in their respective communities. The purpose of the funds is to increase access to mental health services and provide services to those who might otherwise not have access.

Applicants must be licensed to provide mental health services.

There are two application rounds per year. The first application deadline is April 30th, and the second deadline is October 31st.

Applications for the 2023 cycle will open on January 1, 2023.

See the full guidelines here.

About the Montana Mental Health Access Fund

The Montana Mental Health Access Fund was created to help increase access to mental health services across Montana, with a particular focus on rural and tribal communities. The fund supports innovative ideas for improving mental health and well-being in Montana, including leveraging technology and other resources to provide mental health services in even the hardest to reach areas and populations. The goal of the fund is to help make mental health services available to all Montanans by 2025.

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We're Here to Help

For additional help, questions or comments, contact Elisa Fiaschetti, Program Director.