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The Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative at CenterLink

Increasing the capacity, resources, and support for mental health-related programs at

LGBTQ community centers. 

About the Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative:

Established in 2009, the Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative (JFFMHI) partnered with CenterLink to establish the Johnson Family Foundation Mental Health Initiative to support LGBTQ community centers to continue the vital work in mental health and provide critical funding to centers to increase their capacity around mental health programming.

The initiative focuses on increasing the capacity , resources, and support for mental health-related programs at LGBTQ community based organizations who are often serving the most vulnerable of populations.

To date, the Johnson Family Foundation has granted over $2 million to the Initiative, benefitting over 61 LGBTQ community centers providing model mental health programs. Some of these programs have served as models for other LGBTQ centers helping thousands of individuals and communities across the country.

For more information, please contact CenterLink@lgbtcenters.org.