Mayor Mike McGinn has announced the award of $105,500 to Sound Mental Health for behavioral health services to homeless families with young children. Sound Mental Health will receive a total of $105,500: $38,500 in 2013 and $67,000 in 2014. The funding will expand a pilot project developed by the Human Services Department for early intervention services for young homeless children with moderate or severe behavioral or emotional issues related to homelessness. The pilot project will continue at Solid Ground’s Broadview Transitional Housing Program in the First Hill neighborhood of Seattle. For details, please see this news release.