Helping Hands Grant Program
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American Psychiatric Association
Grants to medical schools for community mental health and
substance use disorder projects that are initiated and
managed by medical students. These projects can be new
initiatives conducted in partnership with community
agencies or in conjunction with ongoing medical school
Projects should focus on:
- Mental health and/or substance use disorder
- Underserved populations
- Raising awareness of mental illness and the
importance of early recognition of illness
- Building an interest among medical students in
psychiatry and working in underserved communities
Medical schools are eligible to apply for the grants. All
projects must be conducted under the supervision of
medical faculty, consisting of at least one psychiatrist.
Behavioral health · Community and faith-based initiatives · Health workforce education and training · Mental health · Physicians · Substance use and misuse
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