MAQUOKETA, IOWA (March 2, 2021) — Brain Health Iowa, a new statewide campaign from the Iowa Mental Health and Disability Services (MHDS) Regions, is focused on ending the stigma surrounding mental illness for the more than 600,000 Iowans who have experienced or are currently experiencing brain health challenges such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD, and more.
MOLINE, ILLINOIS (February 10, 2021) —The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant impact on the ability of non-profits to not only serve their constituents, but to effectively operate. Because of these on-going fiscal challenges, The Moline Foundation will continue to allow grant submissions for operational costs as well the traditional areas of program and capital.
DAVENPORT, IOWA (February 8, 2021)— During Black History Month in February, the Alzheimer’s Association is recognizing the contributions from Black individuals making a difference in the fight against Alzheimer’s and all other dementia. The need for strong voices and advocacy on behalf of Black communities has never been greater because African-Americans are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease as older white Americans.
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