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Awarded Monday, September 15, 2008

Central New Hampshire Eating Disorder Conference

Plymouth State University
To educate and enhance the skills of health care and mental health professionals, and school personnel to work with individuals who suffer from eating disorders and body image issues by convening a conference.
Amount Awarded: $9,450
Awarded Monday, September 15, 2008

Improving Access to Mental Health Services for Abused Children in NH

University of New Hampshire
To strengthen Child Advocacy Centers' capacity in every NH county to enhance linkages to evidence-based mental health services for child abuse victims by engaging key community stakeholders in a collaborative planning process and identifying best practices for helping parents access evidenced-based services.
Amount Awarded: $47,617
Awarded Monday, September 15, 2008

Improving Outcomes for NH's Neglected and Abused Children

Trustees of Dartmouth College
To integrate better evaluation and more effective treatment for high risk young children into the NH family court and child welfare systems by planning to pilot a research based intervention within two family courts.
Amount Awarded: $30,903
Awarded Tuesday, August 12, 2008

ASNH Strategic Planning and Infrastructure

Autism Society of New Hampshire
To transform the Autism Society of NH from a grassroots organization that provides autism awareness and education to one that consistently advocates within community, medical, legislative, and educational settings and on behalf of families and individuals by developing an organizational capacity building plan.
Amount Awarded: $5,902
Awarded Monday, July 14, 2008

Sustaining the National Alliance on Mental Illness

National Alliance on Mental Illness-New Hampshire
To ensure quality advocacy, knowledge development and nonprofit capacity building for the mental health system which supports NH's children and their families by sustaining the general operations of key related NH nonprofits.
Amount Awarded: $25,000
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2008

Building Capacity to Provide RENEW

University of New Hampshire
To improve the educational, community and health outcomes for youth with emotional and behavioral disorders as they transition from adolescence to adulthood by partnering with three community mental health centers and a residential facility to implement this research-based intervention and by overcoming the reimbursement and funding barriers to ensure system wide replication in NH.
Amount Awarded: $216,423
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2008

Child and Family Mental Health Care at the Family Willows

Families in Transition
To improve health outcomes of homeless families by integrating evidence based child and family mental health care into programming at the Family Willows.
Amount Awarded: $256,256
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2008

Frameworks Youth Suicide Prevention Project

National Alliance on Mental Illness-New Hampshire
To improve understanding of how to effectively reduce youth suicide (up to age 24) and to increase the earlier use of mental health care services of youth and their families by testing the effectiveness of anti-stigma messages, collecting and analyzing data to demonstrate that Frameworks is an evidenced based youth suicide prevention practice.
Amount Awarded: $140,207
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2008

Healthy Babies/Healthy Children

PathWays of the River Valley
To improve access to a full range of health care for children in the Upper Valley from birth to the child's sixth year by normalizing the inclusion of social/emotional wellness and supports in primary care settings and to increase the capacity of the early childhood mental health system to meet the needs of young children.
Amount Awarded: $112,665
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2008

Mental Illness Awareness Week

National Alliance on Mental Illness-New Hampshire
To reduce stigma associated with mental illness, a barrier to seeking treatment, by hosting a forum on juvenile justice and mental illness.
Amount Awarded: $4,000