ECMHC Updates & Resources
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ECMHC Intensive Training Scholarship REOPENING for Spring 2023!
Consultants interested in pursuing advanced training in IECMHC, masters-level coursework in a related mental health field, maternal mental health certificate, or an IECMHC-specific certificate (e.g., Erikson Institute, Center of Excellence) are eligible for up to a $6,000 reimbursement for costs incurred between January 1, 2022 and June 30, 2023. Reimbursement will occur in two phases, with half being reimbursed upon enrollment in the program/training and the other half reimbursed upon completion of the program/training. If completion of the program takes place after the June 30th deadline, scholarship awardees must show proof of employment and continued enrollment in the program.
This opportunity is available to both state- and non-state-funded consultants. Not sure what training might best fit your needs? Review Butler’s Building an ECMHC Workforce in Colorado report and Intensive Training Scholarship Awardee Summaries for ideas.
How to apply? Interested consultants should complete the Intensive Training/Degree Completion Scholarship Application
- Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through February 1, 2023.
- Applicants will hear about the outcome of their application via email within 5 business days of submission.
- Funds are also available for licensure and qualification renewal fees.
- State-funded consultants should request reimbursement for these expenses through the Workforce GAE.
- Funding is made available through Federal Stimulus Workforce Strategy 2 to support intensive training and degree completion for ECMH consultants.
- Funding is available for 10 scholarships; however, funds can be blended and braided with available T.E.A.C.H and Rural R.U.N. funds.
Funding made available through Federal Stimulus Workforce Strategy 2