Grant Application Available From United Way Of Northern New Mexico March 14

UWNNM News:

  • Community Action Fund Grants focused on Behavioral Health in the Community

 

When it comes to tackling tough issues in our community, it really does take a village. United Way of Northern New Mexico has actively worked with the health councils in Los Alamos and Rio Arriba. There are pressing needs we are all capable of overcoming. 

 

United Way of Northern New Mexico is now focusing on a Behavioral Health(y) Community Initiative. UWNNM will give competitive priority to applicants focused on a clearly defined population related to mental health service providers, substance abuse programs, programs that educate on mental and behavioral health issues, and preventative programs. 

 

In Rio Arriba, UWNNM is seeking to fund nonprofits committed to organizing a comprehensive path to recovery through community collaborations and partnerships. 

 

 Los Alamos Impact Areas

  • Behavioral and Mental Health Treatment Awareness
  • Alzheimer’s Programs and Services
  • Basic Needs Services
  • Youth Development – Mentorship
  • Early Childhood Education
 
Rio Arriba Impact Areas
  • Substance Rehabilitation / Prevention (Comprehensive path to recovery)
  • Behavioral and Mental Health Treatment Awareness
  • Basic Needs Services
  • Youth Development – Mentorship
  • Early Childhood Education
 
Want to learn more about our Grant Process? Please attend the United Way of Northern New Mexico Annual Meeting. 
 
ANNUAL MEETING MARCH 15
 
Los Alamos National Bank, 1200 Trinity Dr. in Los Alamos, starting at 4 p.m. in the 2nd floor conference room. Also join us afterwards at a business networking event at RE/MAX of Los Alamos. 

These are the key areas of need in Northern New Mexico. The United Way of Northern New Mexico has opened our grant process and will be accepting proposals until close of business day, April 15. 

For more information about the grant process visit www.UnitedWayNNM.org/Funding or call 505.662.0800.

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