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Delaware Receives $9M Federal Grant to Expand Mental Health Supports in Schools

Grant funds Project DelAWARE, a new partnership between the State of Delaware and three school districts WILMINGTON, Del. – Delaware has won a $9 million federal grant to expand school mental health supports. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) grant will fund Project DelAWARE, a […]




Children’s Department Recruiting for 30 Behavioral Health Consultants

A massive recruitment effort is now underway to fill 30 positions for Behavioral Health Consultants (BHCs) in middle schools statewide, in an effort to expand access to mental health services for children.




DSCYF Announces Mini Grants for Summer and After School Programming

The Delaware Children’s Department is releasing up to $200,000 worth of mini grants so that organizations statewide can apply for funds to offer end of summer and after school programming aimed at violence and suicide prevention.




19th Annual Delaware Prevention Forum Kicks off Mental Health Month

Governor Markell presented a proclamation recognizing May as Mental Health Month at the 19th annual Delaware Prevention and Behavioral Health Forum.







 Pages Tagged With: "children’s mental health"

Delaware Receives $9M Federal Grant to Expand Mental Health Supports in Schools

Grant funds Project DelAWARE, a new partnership between the State of Delaware and three school districts WILMINGTON, Del. – Delaware has won a $9 million federal grant to expand school mental health supports. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) grant will fund Project DelAWARE, a […]




Children’s Department Recruiting for 30 Behavioral Health Consultants

A massive recruitment effort is now underway to fill 30 positions for Behavioral Health Consultants (BHCs) in middle schools statewide, in an effort to expand access to mental health services for children.




DSCYF Announces Mini Grants for Summer and After School Programming

The Delaware Children’s Department is releasing up to $200,000 worth of mini grants so that organizations statewide can apply for funds to offer end of summer and after school programming aimed at violence and suicide prevention.




19th Annual Delaware Prevention Forum Kicks off Mental Health Month

Governor Markell presented a proclamation recognizing May as Mental Health Month at the 19th annual Delaware Prevention and Behavioral Health Forum.