The Astellas Global Health Foundation (“Foundation”) and the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH), under the direction of the Indiana University Center for Global Health, announced today that the Foundation has awarded a $1.35 million grant over three years to AMPATH to provide 400,000 people with access to mental health programming in western Kenya. AMPATH will integrate mental health services into AMPATH’s chronic disease system in public health facilities and broaden population engagement through a mental health awareness campaign. Additionally, AMPATH will provide group transitional housing and care for patients with severe mental health disorders.
Astellas Global Health Foundation and AMPATH Announce a Three-Year $1.35 Million Grant to Aid Mental Health Programming in Western Kenya
Monday, February 10, 2020