Mental Health Service Professional Demonstration Grant Program
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Assistance Listing: 84.184X
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE), U.S. Department of Education
The Mental Health Service Professional Demonstration
Grant Program provides funding to support and demonstrate
innovative partnerships to train school-based mental
health services providers for employment in high need
schools and local educational agencies (LEAs).
Applicants must propose a school-based mental health
partnership established for the purpose of placing
graduate students of university academic programs in
school-based mental health fields into schools served by
the participating high-need LEAs to complete required
field work, credit hours, internships, or related
training as applicable for the degree, license, or
credential program of each student.
Rural high need LEAs include:
Eligible applicants are high need LEAs and State
Educational Agencies on behalf of one or more high need
LEAs. Applicants must propose to work in partnership with
an eligible institution of higher education.
Amount of funding
Estimated award range: $400,000 -
Project period: Up to 5 years
Estimated number of awards: 250
Estimated total program funding:
Behavioral health · Behavioral health workforce · Children and youth · Health workforce education and training · Mental health · Schools
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