Foundation / Corporation
05/31/18 - for the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Program only
Grants to Ohio and Indiana nonprofit organizations for health programs in Fayette, Franklin, Henry, Randolph, Union, and Wayne counties in Indiana and Darke and Preble counties in Ohio. Funding is intended for programs that make healthcare more accessible, advance knowledge through research or health education, improve the community's health, and relieve a government burden. This year, the Foundation will focus grant funds toward the following priorities in the community:
Mental Health and Substance Abuse: The Foundation's goal is to promote mental, emotional, and behavioral well-being within the communities we serve by improving mental health and reducing substance abuse. Grant requests will be evaluated on their ability to improve the following indicators:
- Adults who smoke
- Controlled substances dispensed
- Death rate due to drug poisoning
- Depression: Medicare population
- Frequent mental distress
- Heroin treatment rate
- Mothers who smoke during pregnancy
Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Weight: The Foundation's goal is to improve the health of the community by encouraging healthy choices and reducing the disparities related to activity and nutrition. Grant requests will be evaluated on their ability to improve the following indicators:
- Access to exercise opportunities
- Adults 20+ who are obese
- Adults 20+ who are sedentary
- Child food insecurity rate
GrantWatch ID#: 174245
Grant applications will be accepted from organizations which are qualified 501(c)(3) organizations and other organizations recognized by the IRS as those to which gifts are tax deductible
Programs will only receive funding through community benefit grant funding once during a calendar year. If there are multiple programs managed by a single fiscal agent, the fiscal agent may apply for grants for the other programs within the same calendar year.
Applicants may be required to demonstrate other funding sources to support the program, in addition to the support provided by Reid.
No grants are awarded to organizations that discriminate as to race, gender, sexual preference, age, disability, creed, or ethnic group.
Consideration will not be given to grants which solely support funding of:
- Construction and/or renovation
- Land or property acquisition
- Projects or programs completed prior to the end of the grant cycle in which the grant was applied for
Mental Health and Substance Abuse: accepting applications Jan 2, 2018 - Mar 1, 2018
Nutrition, Physical Activity and Weight: accepting applications Mar 2, 2018 - May 31, 2018
Grant requests must submitted via the Online Application Form.
Reid’s Community Benefit Specialists are available to assist with the application process. Unsure if your project meets the criteria? Don’t hesitate to reach out and have a discussion. The Community Benefit Specialists can help guide you through the process.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The Community Benefit Specialists:
Phone (765 983-8825)
1100 Reid Parkway
Richmond IN 47374
Contact Reid Health by email: https://reidhealth.org/contact-us-via-email/
USA: Indiana: Fayette, Franklin, Henry, Randolph, Union, and Wayne counties ; Ohio: Darke and Preble counties