MHCCCE Grants- Minnesota Dept. of Health

Mental Health Cultural Community Continuing Education (MHCCCE)

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MHCCCE grant for individuals

Applications are due 11:59 PM, Sunday, January 1, 2023.

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), Office of Rural Health and Primary Care (ORHPC), is soliciting grant proposals from mental health professionals from communities of color or underrepresented communities to become qualified to serve as supervisors for mental health practitioners pursuing licensure (‘Licensing Supervisor’). The Mental Health Cultural Community Continuing Education Grant Program (MHCCC), authorized by Minnesota Sessions Law, 2021 Chapter 7, section 44, was established for the purpose of assisting mental health professionals to pursue a course of study, through post–secondary training or continuing education, that is expected to lead to recognition as a board–approved Licensing Supervisor.

Approximately $500,000 in funding is available for fiscal year 2022 and awards will be made up to a maximum amount of $9,295, with recipients receiving tuition reimbursement based on a fixed rate, upon completion of approved course of study.

This year's application cycle

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed and awarded three times a year, until all funds are dispersed. The next round of applications must be received by 11:59 PM, Sunday, January 1, 2023,

Grant forms and materials

Questions

If you have any questions, please email: health.orhpc.workforcegrants@state.mn.us

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MHCCCE grant for trainers

Not open for applications at this time.

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), Office of Rural Health and Primary Care (ORHPC), is soliciting grant proposals from post-secondary educational institutions, or private training entities approved as continuing education providers by respective licensing boards, to offer free trainings to eligible students who wish to become board–recognized supervisors for mental health practitioners seeking licensure.

Approximately $250,000 in funding is available and awards will be made up to a maximum amount of $200,000.

Eligible applicants are accredited colleges, universities, and other post-secondary training institutions, including private educational entities offering continuing education courses within the mental health field. The applicant must be recognized by a mental health licensing board as an approved trainer or continuing education provider at the time of application.

Informational webinar:

You may view the recording of the webinar. The meeting begins at the three minute 45 second mark.

You may view or download the Frequently Asked Questions document.

If you have any questions, please email them to Health.ORHPC.Workforcegrants@state.mn.us

Grant forms and materials

Questions

If you have any questions, please email: health.orhpc.workforcegrants@state.mn.us

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Updated Sunday, 02-Oct-2022 22:31:44 CDT