$200,000 of funding is available through OnePierce for mission-driven organizations that serve Pierce County

Behavioral Health Equity Challenge

Notice of Funding Availability

$200,000 in funding is available to support mission-driven organizations with projects that improve access to behavioral health services and advance health equity. Grants for a single organization will not exceed $50,000, but there is no minimum award.

The deadline for proposals is Sept. 22 at 5:00 PST.

OnePierce is the investment arm of Elevate Health. With the support of funders, OnePierce distributes loans, grants and innovative funds to help community organizations provide whole-person health and bridge health equity gaps in Pierce County.

We invite proposals for projects that address improving behavioral health outcomes for Pierce County residents with priority given to the following areas of interest, aligned with social determinants of health:

  • Behavioral health access and capacity building: investments that increase access to existing services and expand the capacity of services.
  • Behavioral and physical health integration: investments in the integration of behavioral and physical health, including the shift to physical co-location and team-based approaches to reduce stigma, lower burdens on outpatient mental health, and reduce the need for intensive and crisis services for children and families.

Read the full notice of funding availability here: Notice of Funding Availability

Download Notice of Funding Availability

Proposals can be completed by downloading the Behavioral Health Equity Challenge Submission Form and submitting it to info@onepierce.org

Download Submission Form

Informational Webinar

OnePierce hosted an informational webinar on Wednesday, September 8, 2021.

Click here to review a recording of the session.

Click here to see answers to the frequently asked questions about this grant opportunity.

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