AGPA and the Group Foundation for Advancing Mental Health would like to thank the following for the grants they have given in support of our programs:
American Red Cross Liberty Disaster Relief Fund
Program to provide school-based group interventions to children in New York City affected by the events of September 11.
Research for group psychotherapy and the development of mental health service delivery protocols for use in the event of other disasters.
Capital Group Companies Foundation
Agency scholarships for training at the AGPA Annual Meeting from 2006 through 2011.
Caring for the Caregivers Program- provided consultation and support to agencies in the face of the demands of disaster work through needs assessment, support groups and training in trauma and group work.
Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation
Development and dissemination of Service Delivery Protocols for Disaster Response.
New York Times Company Foundation 9/11 Neediest Fund
Variety of post-9/11 services for survivors who are economically disadvantaged.
Project Liberty New York City
Mental health service delivery and crisis counseling for 9-11 victims in New York Metro area.
Robin Hood Foundation
Post 9-11 mental health community and school groups in the New York area.
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Filial therapy research project in Georgia.
September 11th Fund (created by The United Way of New York City and The New York Community Trust)
Trainings for group treatment of trauma in New York City, as well as consultation/support groups for professionals working with victims of trauma.
September 11th Children’s Fund
Group services to children in New Jersey affected by the events of September 11, 2001.
Time Warner Foundation
Variety of post-9/11 services, including mental health groups for victims, a series of online symposia relating to trauma and the development of mental health service delivery protocols for use in the event of other disasters.
United States Center for Mental Health Services
Two White Papers, one on "The Role of Group Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Youth Violence Reduction and Primary Prevention" and “Group Interventions for Patients with Cancer and HIV Disease."
Also supported registration fees for agencies to attend the mental health service delivery protocols for use in the event of other disasters.