The aim of this proactive behavioral health initiative is to improve access to high quality, person-centered, integrated and cost-effective services for Michigan residents, particularly for children and seniors.

2014 Grantees

2015 Community Foundation Grantees

2015 Local Impact Grantees

2016 Awards

  • Safe Passages (D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s)
  • BSFT (Easter Seals Michigan)
  • School-based Telemedicine (Family Medical Center)
  • Behavioral Health Home Replication (Kent County CMH Authority d/b/a Network 180)
  • Washington Elementary School Family Health Initiative (M.P.A. Group)
  • Integrated Health and Wellness Center (Ruth Ellis Center, Inc.)
  • Trauma and Stress Relief Program (Spectrum Child and Family Services)
  • PSYCH (The Corner Health Center)
  • TRAILS to Behavioral Health (The Regents of the University of Michigan-CBT School)
  • Helping Michigan Kids Grow (University of Michigan)
  • Coordinated Care for the Homeless (Volunteers of America)

2017 Awards

  • Catholic Human Services, Inc., Integrated Intervention For Parents With Additions In The Child Welfare System
  • Cherry Health, Elevate Senior Health: Behavioral and Physical Health Annual Screening
  • Communities in Schools of Kalamazoo, Integrated Behavioral Health in School
  • The Corner Health Center, Psychiatric Services for Youth through Community Healthcare (PSYCH)
  • D. A Blodgett-St. John, The Safe Passages Mentoring Program
  • Eastern Michigan University, EMU Geropsychology Training: Advancing Late-Life Neurobehavioral Health
  • Henry Ford Health System, Opioid Epidemic: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment in and Office-Based Integrated Care Model
  • Michigan Public Health Institute, A Systems-Level Approach to Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
  • M.P.A Group, Washington Elementary School Family Health Initiative
  • Northern Lakes Community Mental Health Authority, Family Assessment & Safety Team (F.A.S.T.)
  • Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Reducing Psychiatric Boarding of Pediatric Patients to Assist Families in Crisis
  • The Regents of University of Michigan, Establishing a Michigan Collaborative Care Implementation Support Team to Enhance Access to Quality Mental Health Treatment in Primary Care for Seniors and Low-Income Adults
  • The Regents of the University of Michigan, TRAILS to Behavioral Health: Translating Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students (TRAILS)
  • The Ruth Ellis Center, Ruth Ellis Integrated Health & Wellness Center
  • Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center, Integrating Michigan’s U.P Behavioral Health & Primary Care Services
  • Wayne State University, High Touch – High Tech (HT2)