Behavioral Health Workforce Education & Training (BHWET) Applications Open!
The BHWET program is a HRSA grant-funded opportunity that places interdisciplinary teams of graduate students in rural primary care settings throughout western Montana. Students will receive training in the interdisciplinary training model, will receive on-site supervision at their clinical placements, and will provide direct care services during the 2020-2021 academic year. Stipends are $10,000 for students in two-year programs (Counseling and Social Work) and $28,352 for doctoral students (Psychology and MSU Psychiatric Nursing DNP students).
Interested applicants should apply online.
BHWET Program Application Information Session
Want to find out more about the BHWET Program? Join us for our BHWET Program Application Information Session on February 20 from 12-1:30pm in EDU 313! There will be food!
Who: The BHWET Program is open to graduate students in the following degree programs: Advanced post-MA Clinical and School Psychology Doctoral, Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, final practicum Masters in Social Work, and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Doctoral
What: Join the Behavioral Health Workforce Education & Training (BHWET) Faculty for Q&A on training in integrated behavioral health opportunities through the BHWET Program. Food will be provided!
When: February 20, 2020, 12-1:30pm
Where: Phyllis J. Washington Education Building 313
Contact Ivie English with any questions or if you are not in Missoula and would like to attend the info session remotely via Zoom @ email@example.com
Ivie English, M.A.
Project Manager Behavioral Health Workforce Education & Training (BHWET) - AHEC
1205 East Broadway Street
Missoula, MT 59802