Stamford, CT- Laurel House, Inc. was recently awarded a $40,000 grant from John H. & Ethel G. Noble Charitable Trust (Deutsche Bank Trust Co, NA as trustee) in support of its Supported Education program. The John H. & Ethel G. Noble Charitable Trust supports educational services for young people with disabilities as well as affordable housing for seniors.
Grant funds will be used to support Laurel House’s Supported Education program. Supported Education is a free evidence-based program that helps economically disadvantaged high school and college aged students, as well as students of all ages, living with a mental health disability enroll and succeed in post-secondary education or vocational certification. To learn more about Laurel House’s Supported Education program visit https://www.laurelhouse.net/program-services/education.html.
About John H. & Ethel G. Noble Charitable Trust
John H. & Ethel G. Noble Charitable Trust is a grant making foundation based in New York, NY that was founded in 1971. The foundation supports organizations that provide educational opportunities or other support to children with disabilities; or that provide (non-institutional) residential housing, support and other assistance to economically disadvantaged elderly persons to enable such individuals to, in the words of the Trust, “live out the remainder of their lives in comfortable and pleasant home-like surroundings.”
About Resources to Recover and Laurel House, Inc.
The core purpose of the Resources to Recover family of services is: early intervention, social inclusion and recovery. Its services and programs include: Laurel House; Thinking Well (Cognitive Remediation) and www.rtor.org, a gateway website to mental health resources. Laurel House’s evidence-based programs include: Supported Education, Supported Employment, Skill Building Workshops and Supportive Housing. Laurel House, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, helps individuals and families achieve and sustain mental health to lead fulfilling lives in the community. It has been in operation since 1984 and serves 8 towns in lower Fairfield County from Greenwich to Westport. For more information visit www.laurelhouse.net and www.rtor.org.