ACMH is once again a recipient of a grant from the ETHEL AND JAMES FLINN FOUNDATION which awarded over $2.2 MILLION million dollars in grants this year.
This year’s recipients were announced at the Flinn Foundations September 12, 2017 Board of Trustees meeting and ACMH is so incredibly thankful to be a recipient.
The Foundation awarded 36 grants totaling $2.2 million to mental health organizations to support Evidence-Based Practices and Grantmaking Opportunities programs. Please click here to read more detailed information about all of the 2017 Grant Awards.
The Ethel and James Flinn Foundation is a Detroit based private foundation established in 1976 by Ethel “Peggy” Flinn and her brother, James “Jim” Flinn, Jr. Peggy passed away in 1994. Jim Flinn, Jr., who was diagnosed with schizophrenia in his early 20’s, led a remarkable life until his passing away in 2007 at the age of 91. The Foundation is committed to improving the scope, quality and delivery of mental health services in Michigan. Since inception, over $32 million in grants have been awarded. The Foundation’s geographic focus is primarily Southeast Michigan, defined as the counties of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and Washtenaw.
For more information, contact Andrea M. Cole, Executive Director and CEO of the Ethel and James Flinn Foundation at (313) 309-3436 or visit our website at