The Superior Health Foundation awarded $722,065.93 in proactive pediatric mental health grants to six organizations during its fall grant celebration in October. These awards went to Michigan State University – Department of Pediatrics and Human Development, Upper Peninsula Health Care Solutions, Inc., Great Lakes Recovery Centers, Inc., Catholic Social Services of the Upper Peninsula, Northern Michigan University and Marquette-Alger RESA.

The recipients of these grants will receive funding over a two-year period for their pediatric mental health initiatives. The event was presented by 44North and celebrated the foundation’s commitment to improving the mental health of children in the region.

The Superior Health Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that are working towards creating a better future for children in their communities. With this grant program, they are continuing their efforts to provide resources and support for children who need it most.

This news is great for those who care about the well-being of children in our region. With these grants being awarded to such esteemed organizations, we can be confident that positive changes will be made in pediatric mental health care for our kids.

By Editor

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