Mental Health Grants

Empowering families and organizations

At Mensana, we are offering two mental health grants because understand the critical need for accessible mental health resources, whether you are a caregiver struggling to pay for copays or an organization seeking funds for a social, emotional, mental health project to benefit youth, we want to help. 


Mental Health Grants

Family Mental Health Grant

Who Qualifies: Our grant program is specifically tailored for young individuals under the age of 21 who have received a mental health diagnosis. We aim to support families navigating the complexities of mental health challenges, offering a helping hand when it’s needed most.

How It Works: Each month, we will award a $100 grant to assist with mental health-related expenses. The grant money will be paid directly to the mental health organization, sober living facility, residential facility, or other relevant institutions involved in the care and support of the individual.

Simple Registration: Getting started is easy. Simply register once, and your name will automatically be included in the monthly draws. There’s no need to reapply each month – we’ve streamlined the process to ensure continued support for those in need.


Organization Mental Health Grant

Who Qualifies: This grant is open to mental health professionals, educators, nonprofits, and individuals actively engaged in projects focused on enhancing youth mental health and substance abuse support.

Grant Details: We offer a $100 grant each quarter to fund innovative projects that address the unique needs of youth in mental health and substance abuse prevention or treatment.

Grant Utilization: Funds will be disbursed upon approval, and recipients are required to use the grant exclusively for their proposed project. Once the funds are spent, recipients agree to submit a brief email or document outlining the project’s outcomes and impact.

Application Deadline: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, with quarterly deadlines. Be a catalyst for change and apply today to make a lasting impact on youth mental health.

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