Learn more about new ReCAST Minneapolis program to promote resiliency, equity
Get to know more about the City’s new Resilience in Communities After Stress & Trauma (ReCAST) program on the ReCAST Minneapolis site. The City received a five-year, $5 million federal grant to create the ReCAST Minneapolis program to help promote resiliency and equity among communities that have faced trauma due to civil unrest connected to law enforcement issues.
On the site, you’ll find:
- A timeline of key program milestones.
- Answers to frequently asked questions.
- A calendar of program events.
- Information on the ReCAST advisory board.
You may need to enter your City email address to access the site. Add the site to your list of favorites to find it easily in the future.
Minneapolis was among eight cities in the country to receive the grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The City will be awarded $1 million annually for up to five years when it demonstrates progress toward program goals.
Questions about ReCAST Minneapolis?
Contact Joy Marsh Stephens in the City Coordinator’s Office of Equity and Inclusion with questions about ReCAST Minneapolis.
Published Oct 5, 2016