Mental Health Agencies Selected For Grant Money

24 Missouri mental health agencies will receive part of an $8.9 million dollar grant for service delivery and outreach services. The funding has been awarded to the Show Me Hope Crisis Counseling Program that provides psychological relief to individuals and families coping with and in recovery from disasters. The program provides outreach to people affected by disasters, refers survivors to behavioral health services, links survivors to disaster relief services, trains CCP staff members, and provides other services.

Those area agencies receiving funding in the announcement include the Family Guidance Center of Andrew, DeKalb, Gentry, Nodaway, Worth, and Holt Counties and the North Central Missouri Health Center of Harrison, Daviess, Grundy, Mercer, Putnam, and Sullivan Counties.