Mental health issues: Homelessness prevention & reduction funds now available

NOW OPEN: The Homelessness Knowledge Development (HKD) funding stream provides funding to stakeholders, including not-for-profit organizations, researchers and academics, to develop knowledge on homelessness issues. HKD funds projects that focus on data development; research and analysis; identification and sharing of best practices; and knowledge dissemination.

Eligible applicants are invited to submit proposals for research projects that will increase knowledge with respect to promising practices to prevent or reduce homelessness for those with mental health issues in Canada. Deadline June 19, 2012 (23:59 Pacific time). Grants range from $50,000 to $80,000.

Eligibility includes the following Canadian individuals and organizations:

  • not-for-profit organizations;
  • individuals;
  • municipalities;
  • research organizations and institutes;
  • public health and educational institutions;
  • band/tribal councils and other Aboriginal organizations;
  • for-profit enterprises provided that the nature and intent of the activity is non-commercial

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