Mental health is a sensitive topic, so it is no surprise that it's often a source of debate and confusion among many people. There are grants for mental health at GrantWatch.com. Fund your mental health nonprofit with new grants that are posted every week.
If you’re a nonprofit, organization, clinician, researcher or other professional operating in the mental health field, you understand how debilitating a mental illness can be. So, why not get funding to improve programs for your organization? GrantWatch.com has thousands of grants and more than 50 categories to search from, such as:
Different neuroreceptors may not be performing as they should. Or, neurotransmitters may be imbalanced. That is why health professionals approach mental issues like depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disease, and addiction with medication that treats disorders physiologically. The average person may not identify a mental health problem as a physical disease when, in fact, it is.
More importantly, as a nonprofit mental health provider you understand the need to find the funding to offer the proper treatment that can part the dark clouds of mental illness.
Here are a few grants you will find on GrantWatch.com:
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Deadline 1: 06/01/16 , Deadline 2: 07/06/16
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If you're a mental health professional or nonprofit operating in the mental health field, you will find this book helpful: The Cleveland Clinic Way: Lessons in Excellence from One of the World's Leading Health Care Organizations, by Toby Cosgrove, M.D. It discusses the successful methods of Cleveland Clinic, one of the leading medical institutions in the nation. Particularly, the book demonstrates why physical and mental health rely on healthcare proper, instead of "sickcare."
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