Behavioral Health Initiative
Since 2012, Cedars-Sinai has awarded over $3 million to 26 nonprofit community-based organizations that provide direct mental health services.
In 2018, Cedars-Sinai further evaluated the needs of the surrounding communities and, with input from our leadership team, issued an invitation-only request for proposals with criteria refined to meet the needs of the most vulnerable. Thirteen organizations were awarded grants for programs that focused on meeting the needs of marginalized community members—particularly those who are uninsured, underinsured or ineligible for insurance.
Amount of grants awarded to organizations helping vulnerable populations in and around Los Angeles.
Added for a primary care psychiatry fellowship and a technical assistance program that serves patients with opioid addiction.
2018 Grant Recipients
- Amanecer Community Counseling Service
- Beit T'Shuvah
- Children's Institute Inc.
- CLARE Foundation
- Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services
- Korean American Family Service
- Los Angeles LGBT Center
- New Directions for Veterans
- Para Los Niños
- Southern California Counseling Center
- The Maple Counseling Center
- The People Concern
- The Urban Institute
Please note: Grantmaking is unable to accept unsolicited grant proposals.