Houston Methodist is committed to investing in its surrounding community and providing access to care for its most vulnerable population. One form of investment is through the Houston Methodist Community Grant Program. Through this program Houston Methodist offers the Community Benefits Grant and the Mental Health Innovation Grant. See below for an overview of each grant and to learn about the eligibility criteria for each:
COMMUNITY BENEFITS GRANT
The Houston Methodist Community Benefits Grant was established in 1993 and provides direct and in-kind funding on an annual basis to local nonprofit agencies dedicated to providing health care services to financially indigent patients. In 2017, the grant is providing approximately $4 million to local nonprofits that are committed to enhancing the overall health and well-being of the Houston community. Click here for eligibility criteria.
MENTAL HEALTH INNOVATION GRANT
The Houston Methodist Mental Health Innovation Grant was established in 2016 and encourages community partner collaboration with the intent to develop innovative programs designed to improve the health outcomes of underserved populations affected by mental health/behavioral health issues. In 2017, Houston Methodist is investing $1 million to local nonprofits collaborating on unique programs designed to move the needle on the mental health front. Click here for eligibility criteria.
To begin the application process for the Houston Methodist Community Benefits Grant or the Houston Methodist Mental Health Innovation Grant please click the “Apply for Grant Now” link below. For questions about the grant, send an email to email@example.com. You can access the FAQ page here.
Apply for Grant Now
Current Grant Recipients may access their quarterly report forms below.
2017 Quarterly Report Forms:
Quarter 1 Report –Community Benefits Grant
Quarter 2 Report – Community Benefits Grant
Quarter 3 Report – Community Benefits Grant
Quarter 4 Report – Community Benefits Grant
Quarter 1 Report – Mental Health Innovation Grant
Quarter 2 Report – Mental Health Innovation Grant
Quarter 3 Report – Mental Health Innovation Grant
Quarter 4 Report – Mental Health Innovation Grant