Katherine has presented grant and wellness topics for the following national and international webinars, some of which are available in archives (see below). Call the Grants Hotline (412) 414-2251 to discuss a webinar presentation on these and other topics that may be customized for your organization.
Grant Writing for Wellness Series
American Therapeutic Recreation Association
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Session D3a: GRANT PLANNING FOR EXERCISE, HEALTH AND WELLNESS ACTIVITIES IN RECREATION THERAPY PROGRAMS
Presented May 23, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (Eastern)
Session D3b: FINDING FUNDERS AND WRITING GRANT PROPOSALS FOR RECREATION THERAPY PROGRAMS
Presented May 30, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (Eastern)
Writing Grant Proposals for WRAP
This webinar was presented by Katherine Heart on February 9, 2012, and drew 265 registrants from 41 U.S. States, the District of Columbia and Virgin Islands, and 5 countries (Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Japan, Philippeans).
The webinar is no longer archived at: www.copelandcenter.com
The webinar was based on Katherine’s Half-Day Institute at the First International WRAP Around the World Conference sponsored by the Copeland Center for Wellness & Recovery. WRAP stands for Wellness Recovery Action Plan, a recovery system developed by people who had mental health difficulties to incorporate wellness tools and strategies into their lives. The webinar provides basic information about seeking grants for WRAP.
Grants can be found to start or expand the number of WRAP groups, train facilitators, integrate WRAP into formal systems of care, and apply WRAP to community programs that serve the needs of children and families, veterans, and others. The webinar includes information about the grant seeking process, steps to develop a basic grant proposal, and how to search for funders. A specific example of a proposal and funder search, “WRAP for Veterans” from Vet to Vet Ohio serves as an example. The webinar can be applied to other wellness recovery, health and mental health programs.
Call the Grants Hotline (412) 414-2251 to discuss a webinar presentation that can assist organizations to develop and submit grant proposals to fund recovery and wellness programs.