FHE Health is calling applications for the Hope for Healing Scholarship Program. Eligible candidates must be pursuing undergraduate or graduate program focusing on the the area of mental and behavioral health or psychiatric nursing. Entries are accepted by 15 January 2021 and the winners will be announced by 15 March 2021.
Rates of drug and alcohol addiction and suicide are on the rise in this country, while behavioral health professionals who can meet the urgent need for treatment are in ever shorter supply. Now FHE Health is doing its part to address the problem. The “Hope for Healing” Scholarship is our effort to encourage more of America’s best and brightest students to pursue a rewarding and impactful vocation in the field of addiction and mental health treatment.
The winner will receive benefit of $5,000.
Level & Area of Studies
Undergraduate degree in the field of mental and behavioral health or psychiatric nursing.
Place of study
Any institution in the United states.
Eligibility and Requirements
For undergraduate students:
- Undergraduate Scholarship applicants must be currently enrolled in a four-year degree program or show proof of acceptance to an institution that offers four-year degrees.
- Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the last completed academic year at a four-year institution, a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the most recent quarter or semester, or if no college has been completed a 3.5 high school GPA.
- Academic focus in the area of mental and behavioral health or psychiatric nursing as demonstrated by a major or minor course of study
For graduate students:
- Graduate Scholarship applicants must be currently enrolled in a graduate degree program or show proof of acceptance to an institution that offers Masters and Doctorate degrees.
- Must have graduated from an accredited four-year institution with a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Academic focus in an area of study related to mental and behavioral health, nursing or addiction medicine
To apply, students are required to submit the following materials:
- High school or college transcripts
- Proof of current college enrollment or acceptance
- Documentation of course of study
- A typed essay that describes why you are pursuing study in mental and behavioral health, nursing or addiction medicine, and what you want to contribute to the field
- A completed application form
15 January every year.