The Open Society Public Health Program of the Open Society Foundations invites grant applications from the projects that stimulate the reform of national health, social welfare, education, and employment policies. The Mental health initiative provides support for organizations that work on policy-based advocacy at local or national levels with the aim of promoting community living for people with intellectual disability.
Project Areas – projects must be for people with disabilities
- Community-based housing
- Early intervention
- Inclusive education
- Supported employment
- Applicants must be non-governmental organizations in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
- Applicants can also be organizations based in other countries that focus their activities in this region.
Interested applicants must submit a page letter of intent with information on the applicant organization’s purpose and goals, total income in the last financial year, and some biographical details of the organization’s leadership; proposed project, grant amount requested.
For more information, please visit OSF Mental Health Initiative.