Mental Health and Disability Services

Johnson County Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) is accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations. The purpose of this funding is to assist eligible non-profit organizations in one-time needs related to provision of services to individuals (adults or children) with mental health/brain health, intellectual disability, or development disability diagnoses. Funding will support programming that has the potential for long-term impact, innovative new programming, capacity building, sustaining of existing services, and the purchase of essential equipment/supplies.

The fund balance of $287,000 may be awarded to eligible non-profit organizations providing services to Johnson County residents with an agency office located in Johnson County. Grants will cover the period beginning on or around February 1, 2022.  All expenses must be concluded by May 31, 2022.

The grant application is located at the Johnson County website on the Bids, Proposals, and RFPs page.

Applications are due by 4:00 pm, Monday, December 13, 2021. For more information, contact Jan Shaw, Mental Health and Disability Services Director, at [email protected] or at 319-339-6169.