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Applications are no longer being accepted. Funding has been fully allocated.

Overview

Alberta’s government provided one-time grant funding of up to $25 million in 2020-21 for eligible projects and services to enhance community mental health and addiction recovery supports and services.

Funding was distributed through 3 calls for proposals:

Information and communication phase

The first call for proposals provided up to $5 million to fund community initiatives that aim to improve mental health and addiction recovery by providing information about, and navigation to community services and supports.

Response phase

The second call for proposals provided up to $10 million to fund community initiatives that engage community members and aim to improve coping skills and support social connection and healing activities that build whole population mental wellness and resilience.

Recovery phase

This final call for proposals provided up to $10 million to fund community initiatives that aim to provide focused, action-oriented mental health and addiction supports and services – for example, self-help groups or bereavement support for people experiencing increased social barriers to recovery.

Outcome

More than 200 organizations received funding through this grant program. All recipients have been notified.

Applications are no longer being accepted. Funding has been fully allocated.

Contact

Connect with Alberta Health:

Email:[email protected]

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