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FY 19 Mini-Grant Program

Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren and Clinton Counties (MHRS) plans to award several mini-grants for the FY19 funding year, with a $10,000 maximum per award.

Purpose: Fund innovative projects that will positively affect the health and wellness of Warren and Clinton County residents. Funded projects will primarily focus on improving mental health and/or prevent substance abuse. The purpose of the mini-grant project is to enhance partnerships and creativity by investing in prevention services provided by providers in the community. 

Eligible applicants:  Organizations who are non-profit, charitable, educational, or governmental with a Federal Tax ID number. Other Organized Groups with a fiscal agent who meets one of the above are also eligible.

Application Deadline: Mini grant applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Applications received by the 15th of the month will be reviewed and a funding decision made no later than the end of the following month.


Application Materials

Mini-Grant Request for Applications

Mini-Grant Application

Mini-Grant Budget Forms 

For questions regarding this grant opportunity, including technical support in writing and submitting the grant, please contact Tommy Koopman at (513) 695-1695 or tkoopman@mhrswcc.org.

FY 18 Mini-Grant Recipients

Camp Joy - Program for At-Risk Youth

Clinton County Community Action Program - Conscious Discipline

Heavenward Farm and Horsemanship - Equine Assisted Learning

Ralph J. Stolle Countryside YMCA - Respite Night, Kids Night Out

Stepping Stones Ranch - Equine Assisted Learning

Warren County Community Service - TIP-Staff Training

FY 17 Mini-Grant Recipients

Wilmington College – Campus Mental Health Action Plan

Camp Joy - Camp Program for At-Risk Youth

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Warren and Clinton Counties – Mentoring Expansion and Leadership Councils

Heavenward Farm and Horsemanship – HorsePower at Heavenward Farm

Speak2Save – Education and Awareness Events

Clinton County Health Department – CC Diabetes and Community Wellness Program

Kings Local School District – Tyler’s Light Presentation

Atrium Medical Center Foundation – Behavioral Health Unit Sensory Room

Abuse and Rape Crisis Shelter of Warren County – P.O.W.E.R. Program