The Lincy Institute at UNLV is pleased to announce a Call for Collaborations in the areas of mental health and education. In alignment with our mission to focus on improving quality-of-life issues for Southern Nevada through research, data, and community capacity building, we will provide two planning awards to collaborative initiatives aimed at improving high school graduation rates and mental health access and service delivery for Southern Nevada's most vulnerable populations. Awardees will receive direct funding as well as technical assistance related to grant writing, data management, and research support. We are specifically interested in funding innovative, sustainable solutions to these issues that will position Southern Nevada to secure federal funding following the planning period.
Access the full Call for Collaborations, including award details, eligibility requirements, and application deadlines through the following link:
- Call for Collaborations: Community Capacity-Building Planning Awards
- Call for Collaborations Information Sessions: July 29 and September 4
On July 29, 2013, The Lincy Institute hosted the first of two information sessions in support of the Call for Collaborations: Community Capacity-Building Planning Awards. Dr. Ramona Denby-Brinson led the discussion. The following links provide resources shared at the meeting.