Mini-Grant Program

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

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 Ngiht, 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