Ohio Program for Campus Safety & Mental Health

mini-grant info

The Ohio Program for Campus Safety & Mental Health is pleased to announce that it has awarded 10 Collaborative Program Development Grants (CPDG) to promote campus-community collaboration for fiscal year 2021. These mini-grants support an array of campus programming, including suicide prevention training, mental health awareness campaigns and depression screenings. 

In all, more than 100 institutions of higher education and community entities have received CPDGs since 2010. 

2022 Collaborative Program Development Grants

For general information about applying for a 2022 Collaborative Development Program Grant, please see 2022 Collaborative Program Development Grant Request for Proposals.* Applicants should be aware that final funding amounts are subject to the availability of funds.

All questions regarding Collaborative Program Development Grants can be directed to opcsmh@neomed.edu.

Contact

Department of Psychiatry
Phone: 330.325.6690

Ohio Program for Campus Safety & mental Health

NEOMED Coordinating Center of Excellence