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The Johcum Moll Foundation

The Johcum Moll Foundation is a private foundation in Cleveland, OH, which was founded in 1962 by Theodore Moll and Emil Jochum. PO Box 368022, Strongsville, Ohio 44136

Regions: The foundation supports organizations in a three-state region including Ohio, Tennessee, and Mississippi.

Issues Supported: The Johcum Moll Foundation supports food banks and organizations involved with education, health, employment, agriculture, human services, business and industry, and Christianity.

Grant Process and Application: The Jochum Moll Foundation only gives to pre-selected organizations and does not accept applications.

Grant-Making Per Year: In 2018, the foundation provided grants in the amount of $89,902.

Recovery and Supportive Housing Grantee Example: Talbot House for Sober Living for Women in Lee County provides a sober living environment for women transitioning from addiction to recovery. The safe, stable, and supportive living experience allows for women to thrive in sobriety with opportunities to secure employment and receive training in various life skills.

Mississippi Opioid Settlement Funds

Total Settlement Funds in Mississippi

  • $203 million

Fund Distribution

  • 15% to the state
  • 15% to local governments
  • 70% to the Center for Addiction Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center


  • Funds from three distributors will be paid over 18 years
  • Funds from Johnson & Johnson will be paid over 9 years

Application Process

  • Not established

Spending So Far

  • NA

Key Contacts

  • Office of the Attorney General Lynn Fitch, opioidsettlement@ago.ms.gov

Key Links

How About Your County?

To get a quick overview of the resources available in your county, including gaps that may need to be addressed, visit the Recovery Ecosystem Index Map developed through a partnership between the Fletcher Group Rural Center Of Excellence, the NORC Walsh Center at the University of Chicago, and East Tennessee State University.

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