If you work within a LCBMH-funded agency, you could qualify for $200 to $2,000 to enhance your professional skills and education.
Slanina Fund is accepting applications until January 11, 2019, at 4:30 p.m.
The Slanina Fund was established in 1997 to promote staff development in the Lorain County mental health network. People who work as staff with agencies currently funded by the Lorain County Board of Mental Health are eligible for small grants to help achieve licensure, complete an accredited course, or learn a new skill that will benefit clients and consumers of mental health services. All applications received by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, January 11 will be reviewed and seriously considered for funding.
Grants typically are awarded in the $200 and $2,000 range. Unlike other grant programs, these awards go to INDIVIDUALS who are trying to better their professional selves, rather than to agencies.
Get instructions to apply at lcbmh.org/slanina.