Hanover Township Mental Health Board
09/20/21 4:30 PM
Grants to Illinois nonprofit and for-profit organizations, government agencies, schools, and faith-based institutions in eligible locations for mental health programs to benefit local residents. Applicants must provide programming addressing developmental disabilities, substance addiction treatment and prevention, or other mental health-related areas. Agencies must serve Hanover Township.
Other Available Funding Opportunities (These opportunities are subject to the availability of funding and can be submitted to be reviewed at the next upcoming Mental Health Board meeting through the fiscal year.):
GrantWatch ID#: 182453
Agencies can request any amount of funding for a program, but should keep in mind funding requests should be proportional to the number of Hanover Township residents the program serves or projected number of residents and the overall cost of the program.
- Capital Funding: Maximum request $25,000
- Staff Development Funding: Maximum request $3,000
- Emergency Contract Support Funding: Maximum request $25,000
- Challenge Funding: Maximum award $25,000
FY23 Service Contract Period/Fiscal Year – April 1, 2022 – March 31, 2023
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit application and direct questions to:
Hanover Town Hall
250 S. IL Route 59
Bartlett, IL 60103
Hanover Township boundaries are Interstate 90 to the north, Barrington Road to the east, Devon Avenue to the south, and the boundary to the west is about two blocks east of Liberty/Route 25 (the Cook/Kane County Lines). If you have questions about boundaries or would like a map sent to you, please contact the Mental Health Board Manager for more information.
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