The Alkermes Inspiration Grants® program provides grants for the development or expansion of innovative programs to support the mental health and addiction communities in two key areas: improving or enhancing systems of care, and integrating the perspective of people affected by mental illness or addiction into drug development or care delivery.
Organizations We Partner With
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Founded in 1955, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more than 120,000 members. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.
Formed in 1885, the Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association consists of the 87 Minnesota Sheriffs and their staff. These agencies represent a diversity of regions from agricultural and wilderness, to metropolitan. Each Sheriff had their own, unique situation, duties, responsibilities, and yet many of the problems they encounter are common to all.
As an occupational regulatory agency, POST is responsible for licensing over 10,500 active peace officers and 109 active part-time peace officers. The board has the legislative authority to adopt administrative rules that have the force and effect of law, rules that enable the board to establish policies and standards to which all licensees must adhere.
The Association was formed as a fraternal organization and Secretary George Roope of the Austin P.D. described one of the immediate benefits of membership as, “one or more get-togethers a year where we exchange experiences and ideas.” The exchange of experience and ideas remains one of the greatest benefits of the Association today.Today, our Association provides services, training and programs that are designed to fulfill the goals of a small group of dedicated chiefs who first met in the office of the Minneapolis Police Chief in 1954. So many things have changed – but the core values remain the same.
At PrairieCare our mission is to provide each individual patient the psychiatric care they truly need. PrairieCare has been providing specialized psychiatric services for all ages in the Twin Cities since 2005. PrairieCare is a privately-owned clinician led organization providing partial hospital program (PHP) and inpatient services to the Twin Cities metro area, while PrairieCare Medical Group also privately-owned provides outpatient clinic and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) in the Twin Cities and Rochester, MN. Both organizations have thrived from agency collaboration and by remaining agile and adaptive in responding to the mental health needs of the community. PrairieCare employs nearly 400 staff, with PrairieCare Medical Group consisting of nearly 100 clinicians including child and adult psychiatrists, advance practice nurses, occupational therapists, play therapists, psychologists, neuropsychologists and more! PrairieCare inpatient and partial hospital programs earned Joint Commission accreditation in 2011. PrairieCare and PrairieCare Medical Group’s growth has been fueled by the demand for services and reputation for high quality and individualized care.
Since Regions opened its doors in 1872, a lot has changed. We are St. Paul’s only Level 1 Trauma Center. Our mission is simple: to improve health and well-being in partnership with our members, patients and the community. How do we live our mission from day to day? Our Head + Heart, together, motto. This means we partner with our patients and families in everything we do – from making care decisions to developing our Centers of Excellence.
Hennepin Healthcare is an integrated system of care that includes HCMC, a nationally recognized Level I Adult Trauma Center and Level I Pediatric Trauma Center and acute care hospital, as well as a clinic system with primary care clinics located in Minneapolis and across Hennepin County. The comprehensive healthcare system includes a 484 bed academic medical center, a large outpatient Clinic & Specialty Center, and a network of clinics downtown and in the North Loop, Whittier, and East Lake Street neighborhoods of Minneapolis, and in the suburban communities of Brooklyn Park, Golden Valley, Richfield, and St. Anthony Village.
North Memorial Health started as a single hospital in 1954 by a doctor that wanted to do things differently—do things better. Today, that inventive spirit continues throughout our network of 26 specialty and primary care clinics, urgent and emergency care offerings, medical transportation services and two hospitals—North Memorial Health Hospital and Maple Grove Hospital—not to mention the 350+ care providers and 6,000+ team members that are dedicated to delivering a more connected experience for our customers.
Fairview Health Services is an award-winning, nonprofit, integrated health system providing exceptional health care across the full spectrum of health care services. Fairview is driven to heal, discover and educate for longer, healthier lives. Fairview’s 33,000+ employees and network of 5,000+ providers embrace innovation and new thinking to drive a healthier future through healing, discovery and education.
HealthPartners, an integrated health care organization providing health care services and health plan financing and administration, was founded in 1957 as a cooperative. It’s the largest consumer governed nonprofit health care organization in the nation – serving more than 1.8 million medical and dental health plan members nationwide. Our care system includes a multi-specialty group practice of more than 1,800 physicians that serves more than 1.2 million patients. HealthPartners employs over 26,000 people, all working together to deliver the HealthPartners mission.
The mission of Mental Health Resources is to foster hope, health and recovery for people affected by mental illness. With state hospitals closing in the 1970s, adults with serious mental illness began to live independently in the community. Case management and care coordination were born out of the need for community-based services for these individuals. Mental Health Resources (MHR), then known as Sharing Life in the Community, was incorporated in 1976 as a pilot project to holistically serve people with serious and persistent mental illness in the community. Throughout the past 40 years, MHR and many other agencies have provided these services, acting as first line contact for adults who need ongoing support.