Wisconsin Allied Health Professional Education and Training Grant
Wisconsin Department of Health Services
This program provides grants to healthcare consortia to
design and implement education and training programs for
critical allied health positions in rural areas of
Education and training programs for allied health
occupations range from short certificate programs to
Master degree programs. Grants may support programs along
this continuum, although priority may be given to
shorter-term training that allows newly qualified
professionals to enter the workforce quickly. A list
eligible allied health professions is available in
Appendix A of the program guidance.
Priority will be given to partnerships serving
communities with populations of less than 20,000.
Based on high need, the following allied health
professions will receive priority consideration:
- Behavioral health specialists and technicians
- Mental health counselors and assistants
- Psychiatric aides and technicians
- Substance abuse counselors and counselors-in-training
Eligible applicants are hospitals, clinics, health
systems, and educational entities located in Wisconsin.
Applicants must form a partnership or consortium with a
minimum of one health system and one educational provider
Amount of funding
Award ceiling: Up to $125,000 per
Project period: 1 to 2 years, depending
upon the length of required training for the targeted
allied health occupation(s)
A 100% match in cash or in-kind services is required.
Allied health · Behavioral health · Behavioral health workforce · Clinics · Dental workforce · Health aides and assistants · Health workforce education and training · Home health · Hospitals · Occupational therapy · Oral health · Pharmacy and prescription drugs · Pharmacy workforce · Physical therapy · Substance use and misuse · Surgery · Wisconsin
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