HHS grants $39M to integrated care, other mental health projects

HHS will put $39.4 million in grant funding to several behavioral health initiatives. 

Over $15 million of the funding will go to communities to develop assisted outpatient treatment programs for adults with serious mental illness, according to a March 22 news release. 

Other projects the agency will fund include $6 million to states to promote the integration of primary and behavioral care, and $5.2 million to support the agency's collaborative care program. 

The agency will also allocate $4.6 million to underage drinking prevention and $2.4 million to suicide prevention on college campuses. 

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