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Community Violence

2016$300,000 over 36 months
New Venture Fund / Arabella Advisors
Fund for a Safer Future

The Fund for a Safer Future is a donor collaborative
housed at the New Venture Fund. The goal of the fund is to advance rational, evidence based, effective policies—at the state and federal levels—to reduce gun injuries and deaths.
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Correctional Health

2016$500,000 over 36 months
Mother Jones
Expansion of Mother Jones' Criminal Justice Beat

In connection with a newsroom expansion taking place over the next three to fie years, Mother Jones will be growing its criminal justice beat. With the support of the Langeloth Foundation, additional journalists, editors, videographer and data journalists will be focusing broadly on the criminal justice system and its impact on vulnerable communities and public-health.
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Community Violence

2016$225,000 over 36 months
Grantmakers In Health
Support for GIH Programming in Justice and Violence

Grantmakers In Health plans to sustain its programming in Behavioral Health and Children and Families, two of fourteen issue areas, over the next three years. Support from the Langeloth Foundation will support these issue areas, with particular attention paid to the following sub-topics: violence prevention, justice-involved individuals, and other vulnerable populations.
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Correctional Health

2016$200,000 over 24 months
Center for Children's Law and Policy
Stop Solitary for Kids Campaign

Stop Solitary for Kids is a national campaign to end solitary confinement of youth in juvenile justice facilities in the United States in three years.
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2016$387,125 over 36 months
Grassroots Leadership
Community Led Alternatives to the Treatment Industrial Complex
Building on Grassroots Leadership’s successful Campaign for Public Mental Health Care, this project will magnify and expand our advocacy for alternatives to prison profiteers’ involvement at the intersections of mental health care and confinement. The project will link the Treatment Industrial Complex series of research and policy reports with on-the-ground advocacy and organizing involving people directly impacted by the criminal justice and mental health systems and their allies, through a series of research reports, earned media, leadership trainings, and advocacy campaigns. The project will build a cohort of directly impacted people to engage in local, state, and national efforts to define, advocate for, and implement best practices for health and mental health care for criminal justice-involved individuals.
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2016$600,000 over 48 months
Justice Center
Stepping Up Initiative: The Campaign

The Stepping Up initiative is a national effort to reduce the prevalence of adults with mental illnesses in jails. This grant supports the development of a strategy and execution of activities for a media and political awareness campaign on the Stepping Up initiative mission and goals.
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2016$303,450 over 36 months
JLUSA Rikers Mental Health Advocacy & Emerging Leaders

To support the #CLOSErikers campaign overall, advocacy on behalf of closing Rikers as it pertains to people with mental illness, and our Emerging Leaders training.
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2016$75,000 over 36 months
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Fostering Inclusive Collaboration in the Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health
We propose two goals to be addressed in this project. Goal 1: Support the growth in number and development of junior investigators and students concerned with criminal justice health via scholarships, networking opportunities and structured mentorship.
Goal 2: Support the engagement of community health workers from the Transition Clinic Network and other key community-based stakeholders to attend and participate in the AHPCCH.
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