Grants are awards (funding) from federal agencies, such as the National Institutes of Health or Administration on Community Living, which are used for research, education, service and demonstration projects to serve our local community. The grants listed below are major funding sources for the Munroe-Meyer Institute but there are many projects and programs funded by other grants not listed here.
Read a brief summary below of our Institute Grants
Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training
is designed to expand the workforce of behavioral health providers trained and skilled to work in integral primary care sites in underserved areas.
Graduate Psychology Education
is aimed to expand the number of psychologists with expertise in working with children and adolescents in underserved areas.
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities
is a training-focused grant for health care practitioners to work effectively with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Mental Health Technology Transfer Center
serves a four-state area with a focus on integrated care, schools and mental health training programs.
University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service
focuses on programs to assist individuals with disabilities so they may participate fully in their communities.