The Youth and Community Mental Health Initiative provides grants to support community groups to take the lead. This initiative is aimed to promote positive mental health, early intervention, prevention of suicide and increase mental health and literacy education within the community.
This grant program is funded by the Western Australian Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA), focused at empowering local Kwinana community organisations and other services to deliver programs and events to the Kwinana youth and community.
The Youth and Community Mental Health Initiative will open for a duration of four weeks and will expire on 31 July 2022.
The Youth and Community Mental Health Initiative program is available for three different levels of funding: • Short term/one off initiative or events up to $5,000 • Medium term/staged initiatives, workshops or events up to $10,000 • Longer term/larger scaled staged initiatives, workshops or events up to $20,000
View the Youth and Community Mental Health Initiaitive Guidelines.
If you would like to discuss your program further with a City Officer please contact 9236 4560. For any other smarty grants inquiries please contact a City of Kwinana Officer on 9439 0251or firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for the Youth and Community Mental Health Initiative are open Friday 1 July 2022 and close 5pm Sunday 31 July 2022. Visit the SmartyGrants online portal to submit your application today.
For information regarding the application process, please contact a City of Kwinana Officer on 9439 0251or email@example.com for further information.
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