Funding Opportunity: COVID-19 Relief Funds for Johnson County Mental Health Providers

October 12, 2020

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Nonprofit organizations providing mental health and related supportive services to Johnson County residents are invited to apply for COVID-19 relief funds available through Johnson County’s CARES Act funding. The application process is being facilitated by the REACH Foundation.

The Johnson County Board of Commissioners has approved a plan for distribution of $2 million to support unbudgeted, COVID-19 related administrative and operational expenses incurred by mental health, behavioral health and substance misuse and abuse treatment and service providers working with highly vulnerable Johnson County residents. Organizations must be 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations or governmental entities.

The REACH Foundation hosted a virtual pre-application information session on Friday, October 16, 2020. Please find the PowerPoint shared at the briefing available for download here and the recorded Zoom session below. 

Access the COVID-19 Relief Funds Application.

Learn more about the COVID-19 Relief Funds.


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