APPLY FOR TUITION AND STIPEND SUPPORT
The SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) provides opportunities for minority psychiatric nurses to attain masters and doctoral degrees in mental health and substance abuse disorders prevention, treatment, and recovery across the life span.
o Students admitted to or currently matriculating in a full-time accredited master’s degree program in behavioral health (psychiatric nursing) or substance abuse disorders prevention and treatment
o Committed to developing a career that focuses on providing behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and youth transitioning into adulthood (16– 25)
o Full-time behavioral health nurses pursuing a doctoral degree in Psychiatric Mental Health or Substance Abuse
o Able to demonstrate a commitment to a career in substance abuse and/or psychiatric mental health issues affecting minority populations.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MINORITY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM at http://www.emfp.org/
by March 31, 2016
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