Reliant Foundation awards grants to non-profit 501(c)3 organizations. Our grants align with our focus on substance use disorder, mental health and/or behavioral health services for children and youth, and programs and initiatives which reduce stigma around these issues.

Reliant Foundation is an independent non-profit organization not affiliated with any medical group or health care facility. Please see below for a list of recent grant recipients.

2022 Grantees

The following organizations are receiving grants from the Foundation through its most recent 2022 grant cycle:


Abby’s House – Advocacy and Supportive Services Program 

Adolescent Consultation Services (ACS) – Mental Health and Behavioral Health Services 

Anna Maria College – Mental Health Awareness and Intervention for Early Career Professionals, Behavioral and Mental Health Institute 

Bancroft School – Worcester Partnership Program 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central MA & MetroWest – Keeping Kids Connected 

Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest – SMART Girls in Action 

Boys & Girls Club of Webster-Dudley – Mental Health and Behavioral Health Programs 

Boys & Girls Club of Worcester – Mental Health and Behavioral Health Programs 

CASA Project – Shine the Light Initiative 

Central MA Agency on Aging – Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Opioid, and Mental Health Initiative 

Coalition for a Healthy Greater Worcester – CHIP Greater Worcester 

Community Harvest Project – Produce and Volunteer Programming for Recovery Homes 

Community Healthlink – Women Enhancing Recovery through Fitness and Empowerment 

Dismas House – Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative  

Doc Wayne Youth Services – Chalk Talk® Group Therapy Program 

GAAMHA – R.O.O.T.S. (Resilient, Open-Minded, Optimistic, Thriving, Serene) Program 

Genesis Club – Zero Stigma Project 

Girls, Inc. – Health and Family Services Initiative 

Growing Places – HEALing Mental Health Among Youth (HEAL MH)

HeartWell Institute – Healing Families: Fostering Emotional Regulation and Resilience for Parents and Adolescents 

Jeremiah’s Inn – Renovations of the Jeremiah’s House Recovery Residence 

Living in Freedom Together (LIFT) – Integration of Case Management Software throughout all LIFT Programs

Lovin’ Spoonfuls – MetroWest Food Rescue and Distribution to Addiction Recovery Shelters 

LUK, Inc. – Community Based Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention Trainings 

Mandela Yoga Project – Recovery-Based Reentry Yoga and Peer Leader Training Program 

Montachusett Veterans Outreach Center (MVOC) – Wellness and Self Sufficiency Programming for Veterans 

Open Sky Community Services – Clinical and Leadership Cohort Model 

Pernet Family Health Services – Youth Program 

Rainbow Child Development Center – Counseling and Instilling Calm: Children’s Superpower to Mental Health Program 

Regional Environmental Council – YouthGROW Program 

Revive of the USA – Jump Start Revive Services at New Recovery Homes and a Youth Treatment Program 

RFK Community Alliance – Comprehensive Behavioral Healthcare for Children 

Rise Above – Activities for Local Youth in Foster Care 

Riverside Community Care – Increasing Access to Community Behavioral Healthcare for Low-Income Adolescents and Children 

The Shine Initiative – Worcester Public Schools (WPS) Mindmatters Project 

Shrewsbury Youth & Family Services – Group Support Services Program 

South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC) – Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Program 

SPARK Kindness – Addressing the Emotional Health and Resilience of Children and Youth 

St. Peter Central Catholic Elementary School – Opening our Minds to Better Mental Health 

United Way of North Central Massachusetts – Healthy Minds Youth Conference 

Westborough Connects – Foundational Support for a Thriving, Kind and Connected Community Where Everyone Belongs 

Worcester Youth Center – Opioid/Narcan Training Program 

YOU, Inc. (Seven Hills Foundation) – The Carriage House Grief Support Center 

YWCA Central Massachusetts – Social-Emotional Health Program