Grinnell Area Mental Health Consortium-JPK2021-04-28T14:14:50-06:00
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Items of Interest

  • 190 people received mental health services that would have otherwise been unavailable

  • Funded a van for Station Clubhouse

  • Funded Mental Health Training for the Grinnell-Newburg school district staff

  • Paid out over $85,000 with over $74,000 towards therapy services

  • A cap of $600 of funding to benefit per individual

  • All individuals that receive assistance remain anonymous

  • Applications/reimbursement forms can be made by mental health providers on behalf of individuals

Grinnell Area Mental Health Consortium-JPK

Created in 2018, the purpose of this fund is to serve those in the Poweshiek County area with mental health needs who are financially otherwise unable to afford services or medications. Given the stresses of COVID-19 and the recent Derecho Storm of 2020, services for mental health needs in the local area are unprecedented. The goals of the fund are as follows:

  1. To help provide financial assistance and support to as many area residents as possible who need mental health support who would otherwise be unable to obtain it.
  2. The fund will reimburse providers by means of a voucher system providing services.
  3. The fund will help defray medication costs and/or assist in finding cheaper medicines or alternatives.
  4. The fund will support educational endeavors in the areas of mental health, as well as substance abuse.
  5. The fund will not be able to support in patient treatments at this time.

The goals of the consortium are as follows:

  1. To serve as the link or conduit between mental health providers and those who are financially unable to afford or obtain mental health and related services.
  2. To develop an organizational framework that can link providers to groups and organizations that identify those in need. (Schools, law enforcement, therapists, counselors, etc…)
  3. To intentionally work to grow the fund as to provide more and more services to those in need.
  4. To serve as a possible model for other communities struggling to make mental health care to all who need it.
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