Community Grant Program

We are all aware of the problem. Underserved communities struggle to find qualified mental health providers. The social, economic, and insurance environment has led to a critical deficit in services.

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses and nursing students are participating in projects throughout the state to bring this desperately needed psychiatric care to vulnerable populations.

Community health, correctional facilities, rural counties, and underserved communities struggle to find qualified mental health providers. The social, economic, and insurance environment has led to a criticality of this deficit in practitioner supply.  

The Foundation is currently revamping our Community Grant program and plans to relaunch it in 2020. We look forward to the program meeting the needs in our community in the coming years.


The Healing Field
2018 Community Grant Recipient

The Healing Field

The Healing Field

The Lois Price Spratlen Foundation is proud to award the 2018 Community Grant to The Healing Field, which provides support for Mt. Tahoma Sanctuary.

The Sanctuary answers a critical and immediate need in our community for affordable housing solutions that actively support physical, mental and spiritual recovery for individuals who have experienced one or more acute psychiatric episodes. The Sanctuary provides a sustainable nurturing environment, allowing residents to fulfill their potential.