Trust Grants More Than $315,000 to Partners across the State

In the first quarter of fiscal year 2020, the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority has awarded over $315,000 in grants to various organizations in communities across the state.

On average, the Trust grants approximately $20 million annually to nonprofits, state and local agencies, and Tribal partners for programs and initiatives that promote long-term system change and/or innovative projects that improve the lives and circumstances of Trust beneficiaries. Grants are awarded throughout the year. To learn more about Trust grants, visit our grants webpage.

Below is a list of Trust grants awarded last quarter, you can learn more about each of these grants in the quarterly grant report posted online.

Project Title


Grant Amount

Emerging Leaders Training

Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc.


Aging and Disability Summit

Special Olympics Alaska, Inc.


FY20 Bridge Funding

Multiple Recipients


Assistance in Filling Critical ANHC Behavioral Staff Position: Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center


No Small Matter: A Summit on the Economic Impact of Early Care and Learning in Alaska

Child Care Connection, Inc. dba thread


State of Reform Health Policy Event

State of Reform


Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders and Their Signs and Symptoms

Alaska Attachment and Bonding Associates


Alaska Resilience Initiative

Alaska Children’s Trust


All Alaska Pediatric Symposium

All Alaska Pediatric Partnership


All College of Health Conference

University Of Alaska Anchorage


Youth Leadership Institute

Association of Alaska School Boards