The Lisa Lapham Memorial Fund in Behavioral Health

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$3,000
7%
Raised toward our $40,000 Goal
4 Donors
156
days left
Project ends on August 01, at 11:59 PM EDT
Project Owners

Provide support to advance graduate medical education initiatives and more.

The Lisa Lapham Memorial Fund in Behavioral Health supports the CMU College of Medicine Psychiatry Residency Program and HealthSource Saginaw by advancing graduate medical education initiatives and providing professional development for learners, faculty, and staff. In addition to continuing education, the fund supports research, lectureships, community activities, and general public health initiatives related to behavioral health.

Lisa Lapham (1971-2020) was a treasured wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. A Central Michigan University graduate, she was dedicated to her work as the chief executive officer of HealthSource Saginaw and a tireless advocate for psychiatric medical education and behavioral health.

To honor her life and her commitment to behavioral health faculty and students, her friends and colleagues created this memorial fund that bears her name.

Lisa Lapham’s legacy will be one of great love for her family; her equitable treatment of all people, regardless of their professional status or life circumstances; and her commitment to improving the behavioral health of her community.

Levels
Choose a giving level

$5

$5

Support research, lectureships, and more.

$10

$10

Give students the opportunity to receive an excellent medical education.

$25

$25

Every dollar makes a difference.

$50

$50

Provide the opportunity for CMU medical students, faculty, and staff to strengthen their skills.

$100

$100

Help fund community activities, general public health initiatives, and more.

$250

$250

Help fund professional development opportunities for learners, faculty, and staff.

$500

$500

Support the advancement of graduate medical education initiatives.

$1,000

$1000

Make a world of difference for the CMU College of Medicine Psychiatry Residency Program and HealthSource Saginaw.