The REACH Institute is pleased to announce the Pediatric Mental Health Training Award!
This award gives a Non-Profit Organization and/or Federally Qualified Health Center that serves low-income communities the opportunity to provide pediatric mental health training through REACH’s training programs to its:
The pediatric mental health crisis affects everyone, but especially impacts under-resourced communities. By offering this Award, REACH hopes that these newly trained providers, teachers and/or advocates will feel empowered to diagnose and support the children and families they serve.
The Award will fund all costs typically associated with the Patient-Centered Mental Health in Pediatric Primary Care (PPP) Program for up to 50 pediatric primary care providers, valued at $92,000.
The PPP Program consists of a dynamic 3-day course (which can be held virtually or in person) and up to 12 follow-up consultation calls over 6 months to solidify learning. Participants can claim up to 28.25 CME credits for both components.
In addition to the PPP Program, organizations can opt for the Award to also fund the costs associated with one or more of the following REACH training programs:
Awardees should expect and plan on the following:
|Award Announcement||March 14 2022|
|Applications due||May 9, 2022|
|Interviews with selected applicants||June-July 2022|
|Awards Announced||August 2022|
How to Apply
For more information or any questions please email the contacts below:
|Lisa Hunter Romanelli
CEO at The REACH Institute
Executive Associate at The REACH Institute
Thank you for your interest in this Award.
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