By Reader Staff
The Idaho Community Foundation (ICF) is introducing a new grant cycle to support organizations and projects working to improve the accessibility and quality of behavioral health programs in Bonner and Boundary Counties. The North Idaho Action Fund is a series of grants in amounts from $5,000 to $30,000.
Organizations that include the following fields of study should apply; psychiatric or psychotherapy treatment, substance abuse treatment, suicide prevention and education, group or individual therapy or counseling, inpatient or outpatient treatment and ancillary programs designed to support those in behavioral health treatment such as transportation, housing assistance, food security and child care.
ICF is accepting applications until Mar. 31. For guidelines or to apply, please visit www.idcomfdn.org/DA_Grants or contact ICF Donor Relations Officer Charlie Miller at [email protected] or (208) 699-4249.
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