School Based Mental Health Services Grant Program
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Assistance Listing: 84.184H
U.S. Department of Education
The School Based Mental Health Services Grant Program
offers grants to increase the number of qualified mental
health service professionals providing school based
mental health services to students in local educational
agencies (LEAs) with a with demonstrated need.
Applicants must propose to increase the number of
qualified school counselors, school social workers,
school psychologists, or other mental health
professionals, including those who provide services
remotely (telehealth), by implementing plans to address
the recruitment and retention of service providers in
LEAs with demonstrated need.
Eligible applicants include State Educational Agencies
and Local Educational Agencies with a demonstrated need.
Amount of funding
Estimated award range: $500,000 - 3,000,000
Project period: 60 months
Estimated number of awards: 50-150
Estimated total program funding:
A 25% match from state, local, or private resources is
Behavioral health · Behavioral health workforce · Children and youth · Mental health · Schools
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