The UNH School Mental Health Graduate Program is an innovative interdisciplinary offering between the COLA Department of Education and CHHS Department of Social Work funded by: ED‐GRANTS‐112822‐001 Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE): Safe & Supportive Schools: Mental Health Service Professional (MHSP) Demonstration Grant Program.
Upon completing this program, scholars have an opportunity to positively impact students, their families, schools, and communities by acquiring trauma informed expertise and experience in research-based practices and systems change strategies to address diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in our schools and among the most vulnerable children and youth.
Service scholarship opportunities are available to qualifying individuals:
- Enrolled in masters level education programs
- Masters level professionals working in high need schools
- Pursuing Trauma Informed School Social Work Certification
- From underrepresented, marginalized groups
For more information about The UNH School Mental Health Graduate Program service scholarship opportunities, contact Deb Genthner.