The Superior Health Foundation recently held its fall grant award celebration, where it announced the recipients of proactive pediatric mental health grants. A total of $722,065.93 was awarded to six organizations, including the Michigan State University – Department of Pediatrics and Human Development, Upper Peninsula Health Care Solutions, Inc., Great Lakes Recovery Centers, Inc., Catholic Social Services of the Upper Peninsula, Northern Michigan University, and Marquette-Alger RESA.
The Pediatric Mental Health Grants will be distributed over a two-year period, providing crucial funding for organizations working to support children’s mental health. The event was presented by 44North and showcased the impactful work being done in the community to address pediatric mental health needs.
This generous grant funding will enable these organizations to continue their important work and expand their reach, ultimately benefiting countless children and families in the region. The Superior Health Foundation’s commitment to supporting pediatric mental health is a testament to their dedication to improving the well-being of the community.