Call for Applications for FY 2020-2021 are open August 12, 2019 – May 30, 2020.
You must be committed to sustaining a career that provides behavioral health services for the designated populations in this fellowship program.
Be an American citizen or a permanent resident
Member of an ethnic or racial minority group, including but not limited to:
- Asian or Asian American
- Black or African American
- Hispanic or Latino
- American Indian or Alaska Native
- Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
- You must be enrolled full-time in an accredited master's degree behavioral health (psychiatric mental health/substance use) program in nursing. Full-time status is determined by the academic institution where you are currently or planning to matriculate; this status is typically designated by credit hours or a pre-determined number of courses. A fully accredited degree program is one that is recognized by a national accrediting agency, which is approved by the Secretary of the United States Department of Education.
- Your master's level curriculum and plan of study must embody behavioral health disorders prevention, treatment, and recovery that are under girded with theoretical and clinical science.
- Your approved plan of study, signed by your major academic advisor, which includes required core courses and clinical practice hours in behavioral health, must be submitted to the MFP staff 30 days after acceptance into this fellowship.
- You must be committed to sustaining a career that provides behavioral health services for the designated populations in this fellowship program.
- Fellows are required to commit to a minimum of 2 years’ service in mental health and/or substance use after graduation.
- Must have an active Registered Nurse License.