Addiction impacts individuals and families from all income levels, but unfortunately low-income families are disproportionately affected. Government funded health insurance companies are now providing treatment funds for the first time in decades, but treatment options are often limited. Even more unfortunately, many individuals in treatment are forced to leave treatment early because insurance companies frequently only approve a limited amount of treatment days.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Treatment Grants?

Throughout the year, the Ingram Foundation accepts donations through its status as a nonprofit organization to support its operations and the strategic initiatives. One of these strategic initiatives is the Ingram Addiction Treatment Grant. Each year, a portion of the total funds are allocated to those seeking treatment for addiction but are unable to afford the high costs. Additionally, grants may be awarded to individuals who are in treatment but are denied coverage for a full 30-day stay.

How do you apply for a grant?

Grants may only be applied through the treatment organization from which the individual is seeking treatment. The Ingram Foundation does not accept unsolicited request for grants from individuals or families. If you need help finding a treatment organization, we recommend you visit SAMHSA’s treatment directory or contact your local physician.

How are grants administered?

A Treatment Grant will be administered directly to the treatment organization who requests the grant on behalf of the individual. All facilities who receive an Ingram Foundation Treatment Grant must be contracted with the foundation to do so, a process which ensures HIPAA compliance of confidentiality.

The treatment facility that I wish to attend does not have a contract with the Ingram Foundation. Can I still receive a grant?

If the facility you wish to attend does not currently have a contract with the Ingram Foundation, the facility may call our office and a representative will guide them through the accreditation process.

How are facilities prioritized?

Grants are delivered on a first come, first serve basis for any facility that has a treatment grant contract with the Ingram Foundation.

The Ingram Foundation Initiatives

The Addiction Education Initiative

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The Treatment Grant Initiative

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The Fight Stigma Initiative

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