Provides financial support to students who are interested in behavioral health services, particularly those delivered in primary care settings.
This Fellowship is a one-time grant award of $8,000 to students in the Clinical Mental Health concentration or the Health, Disabilities and Aging concentration.
Awards are made only for fall and spring semesters; this award is not available for summer registration.
Students must be in either the Clinical Mental Health or the Health, Disabilities and Aging concentration.
Full-program students (53) credits who have completed all of their foundation coursework, including SW 8010-Field Practicum, are eligible for this award.
Students with Advanced Standing, including those Advanced Standing students who are newly admitted to the M.S.W. Program, are eligible for this award.
Note: Full program students who are applying for admission to the M.S.W. Program for the fall semester of 2018 are not eligible for this award in the 2018-2019 academic year.
Applicants must complete the Integrated Behavioral Health application, which will be posted by the end of January 2018. (Watch this page for the link to the application.) The application deadline is Friday, March 30, 2018.
Recipients agree to follow a specific curriculum that addresses integrated behavioral health, and complete a field placement in an agency that provides integrated behavioral health services.
Recipients may have additional requirements, contingent upon funding.