DuPage Community Transformational Grant

October 18, 2022

Ray Graham Association Receives $86,940 Transformational Grant from the DuPage Community Transformation Partnership Fund

Ray Graham Association received a $86,940 Transformational grant from the DuPage Community Transformation Partnership (DCTP) Fund to support Emerge, a new behavioral health clinic for people with intellectual disabilities.

Founded in 1950, Ray Graham Association serves nearly 2,000 people with disabilities and employs about 350 people. Ray Graham enriches lives by empowering those we support and those who care for them to reach, grow, and achieve.

“DuPage Community Transformational Grants are making a difference in the lives of people who live and work in DuPage County. Ray Graham Association is proud to partner with DuPage Foundation and DuPage County to increase behavioral health access for people with intellectual disabilities,” says President & CEO Kim Zoeller.

Through 2026, the DCTP Fund will award $10 million in grants to address immediate and long-term needs in the community in response to the COVID-19 health emergency.

Visit DuPageFoundation.org/DCTP for grant guidelines and more information.

About the DuPage Community Transformation Partnership

The DuPage Community Transformation Partnership (DCTP) is funded by a grant from the DuPage County Board through the American Rescue Plan Act. The DCTP, a collaboration between DuPage County and DuPage Foundation, supports programs to address some of the community’s most urgent social service needs including: food insecurity, housing instability, mental health and substance use disorder. Programs funded through the DCTP will provide positive, measurable impact, helping people in need move from instability to security and self-sufficiency.