Center for Japanese Mental Health
We need an experienced grant writer who can help us apply for government and foundation grants, to help us build a library of material we can reuse for subsequent proposals. While we appreciate all who wish to contribute their writing skills, we need volunteers who have prior experience researching and writing successful grant proposals as we don't have the knowledge or skills in-house to train volunteers.
We seek funding related to the provision of mental health services, education and outreach to people of Japanese descent, locally in Southern California, across the USA or overseas. This includes development of mental health programs and services for individuals and families or professional training and development for other service providers. Programs include initiatives related to suicide prevention, ending mental health stigma, senior outreach and wellness checks, mental health and suicide prevention hotline, and more. The hotline is of particular interest and import as the national 988 suicide hotline was recently approved and funded.
About Center for Japanese Mental Health
2185 S LOS ROBLES AVE, SAN MARINO, CA 91108, US
The Center for Japanese Mental Health is dedicated to improving the mental health of people of Japanese descent through education, advocacy, service and research.
The purpose of the Center for Japanese Mental Health is improve the mental health and well-being of people of Japanese descent by education, advocacy and outreach; development and administration of mental health programs and counseling services; professional development, training and support of mental health providers and caregivers; charitable giving to non-profit organizations with similar goals of aiding Japanese communities and to provide financial aid to deserving students pursuing masters or doctorate level degrees in mental health related disciplines or interns working towards licensure in a mental health related licensed profession; and research for the furtherance of the preceding goals.