Stakeholders - Join us in supporting Minority Mental Health Month and other friendly reminders.
Recognizing Minority Mental Health Month
July is recognized as Minority Mental Health Month, however, it's important to remember that acknowledging the BIPOC community and the need to support the mental health of underrepresented communities extends beyond just this month.
The OPCSMH invites you to help raise awareness beyond July by checking out and sharing the resources on the Coordinating Centers of Excellence BIPOC Mental Health Resources webpagehttps://www.neomed.edu/ccoe/mental-health-resources/bipoc/#popup-maker
Campus-Community Collaborative Grants
We are excited to announce that the OPCSMH has renamed Collaborative Program Development Grants (CPDGs) to Campus- Community Collaborative Grants (CCGs), to better reflect the nature and purpose of the grant program. This change took effect July 1, 2022 and will be reflected in all future program materials.
The SFY 2023 Request for Proposal will be released in the upcoming days. Stay connected via the listserv and social media channels to stay up to date with announcements.
The OPCSMH is excited to share the newest video, highlighting the mission and vision behind the program. Watch the PSA here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clMUoNepSRE
Abby Zona, B.S., CHES (she/her)
Dissemination Coordinator, Ohio Program for Campus Safety and Mental Health
Northeast Ohio Medical University
4209 St. Rt 44 | PO Box 95 | Rootstown, Ohio 44272
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