A Brushstroke of Gratitude: Art Therapy House Inc. is honored to receive an ARPA grant, dedicated to supporting veterans' mental health. Pictured is Governor Tony Evers (Left) and Secretary of Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs, James Bond (Right) presenting a check to Art Therapy House Inc.'s Executive Administrator, Jill McNutt (Center Left) and Art Therapist, Shannon Broeker (Center Right).
We are thrilled to announce a momentous milestone in the journey of Art Therapy House Inc. Our organization has been awarded a significant grant through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), a groundbreaking initiative aimed at bolstering essential community programs. This grant, a part of the broader commitment to veteran mental health, will be the driving force behind our expanded art therapy offerings designed to provide invaluable support to veterans and their families.
As seen on CBS 58, we extend our deepest gratitude to Governor Tony Evers and the ARPA for recognizing the paramount importance of mental health services. Furthermore, their acknowledgment of the unique role that art therapy plays in the process of healing and recovery has resonated deeply with us.
This grant signifies a pivotal leap forward in our mission to make art therapy accessible to all, including those who have honorably served our nation. At Art Therapy House Inc., we passionately believe in the transformative power of creativity—a belief that has been reaffirmed by the ARPA grant. We remain steadfast in our commitment to fostering holistic well-being and resilience within our veteran community.
We recognize the profound impact that art therapy can have on individuals' lives, and we are humbled and grateful for the opportunity to extend this healing journey to veterans and their families. Our dedicated team is ready to embark on this new chapter, and we eagerly anticipate the positive change that this grant will facilitate.
Stay tuned for further updates on how this grant will empower us to serve those who have served us so honorably. Together, we are painting a brighter, more vibrant future filled with hope, healing, and creativity.
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Read the full article on CBS 58: (https://www.cbs58.com/news/gov-evers-awards-650-000-worth-of-grants-to-community-programs-for-veteran-mental-health).