Dr. Lindsay Bornheimer and her community partner, Washtenaw County Community Mental Health (CMH), received a Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR) Promoting Academics and Community Engagement (PACE) Dissemination Grant to support community-academic partnerships in sharing Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) results back to the community. The purpose of the grant is to promote and share the science of clinical and translational research, including CEnR, with the community. Dr. Bornheimer will disseminate findings from a completed phase of her current NIMH-funded Pilot Effectiveness Clinical Trial with the Washtenaw County CMH community.  Dissemination efforts will include several events at CMH and in the surrounding Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti areas during National Suicide Prevention Week in September of 2023. Through these dissemination events in September, Dr. Bornheimer’s team and CMH partners will aim to foster open and inclusive conversations to destigmatize mental health and suicide prevention, create an environment that encourages empathy and support, and empower community members to play a role in suicide prevention efforts for themselves and others. Congratulations, Dr. Bornheimer!