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Terms of Award

Amount of Award

Total grant funding for each award is $10,000 disbursed over the two-year award period.

Grant Period

The grant period for each grant is two-years from the date of award. Award Letter: All applicants will be notified of their award status. Each successful grant applicant will receive an Award Letter confirming its selection by the APAF for a grant.

Grant Agreement

Each grant recipient must sign a Grant Agreement before receiving grant funds. The Agreement will include specific terms and conditions related to the award, including a requirement that the Grantee use the funds exclusively to provide, promote, foster, and support the programs and/or initiatives outlined in the Grant Application, which directly contribute to eliminating the mental health and substance use disorders disparities experienced by young people of color.

Reports

Grantees will be required to submit an annual progress and financial report at the end of year one, and a final report if renewed at the end of year two. Both to include:

  • A narrative summary of the activities related to the project or program supported by the grant, to include the number of young people of color that participated in and/or benefitted from the project/program;
  • A description of the tools and methods Grantee used to evaluate the success of the project/program in meeting the project/program goals and objectives and the results of such evaluation(s); and
  • A budget report showing budgeted expenditures for the program indicating how grant funds were spent/used.

Have questions or need additional information? Contact [email protected].

The APA Foundation reserves the right to request and review grant progress anytime throughout the term of the grant.

MOORE Equity in Mental Health Program Contact

Department of Diversity and Health Equity
American Psychiatric Association
202-559-3900