Applications are now open for the 2021–2022 Interdisciplinary Minority Fellowship Program (IMFP). The IMFP is funded by a new grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and is open to master’s- and doctoral-level students from a variety of behavioral health disciplines.
The IMFP is a collaborative effort through the American Psychological Association (APA), the NBCC Foundation, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), American Nurses Association (ANA), Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), and NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals. The principle aim of the program is directly related to efforts to reduce health disparities among racial/ethnic persons of color in the U.S. by filling a crucial need for behavioral health professionals in psychology, nursing, social work, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, and substance use and addictions counseling.
This fellowship program is designed for master’s and doctoral students in psychology, nursing, social work, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, and substance use and addictions counseling whose training prepares them for careers in behavioral health services for ethnic and racial minorities who have a mental or co-occurring mental and substance use disorder.
Application and eligibility requirements for each discipline vary, but all applicants must:
Requirements for mental health counseling IMFP fellowships include:
If the applicant is not currently board certified, they must document all of the following:
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