The Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation has announced awards of approximately $1.74 Million in its fall grant-making cycle of 2015. (READ MORE)
National Religious Campaign Against Torture
Advocating and Organizing for State Level Reductions in Solitary Confinement
This national advocacy and organizing project is focused on state-level work to eliminate the use of long-term solitary confinement. Working closely with legal advocates, social service and mental health professionals, faith leaders, and impacted families and communities, NRCAT will develop a model for state by state organizing.
Center For Alternative Sentencing And Employment Services (CASES)
Expanding Solutions for Justice-Involved Populations with Behavioral Health Needs
Established nonprofit providers of alternative-to-incarceration and reentry services in New York City will receive technical assistance in navigating and leveraging New York State Medicaid Redesign to improve outcomes for justice-involved youth and adults with mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse disorders.
The Foundation's grant-making program is centered on the concepts of health and well-being. The Foundation's purpose is to promote and support effective and creative programs, practices and policies related to healing from illness, accident, physical, social or emotional trauma, and to extend the availability of programs that promote healing to underserved populations.