The Health Services and Resources Administration has funded the BHWISE Fellows Program for the next four years. the School of Social Work will fund 116 advanced-year fellowships (29 per year) for clinical students interested in behavioral health practice. Accepted students will receive a $10,000 stipend and specialized training in behavioral health integration, violence prevention, and telebehavioral health. In the new project, the BHWISE team looks forward to expanding its Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative. The BHWISE Program will also work with other social work programs (University of Missouri, University of Missouri-St. Louis, University of Cincinnati, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and the University of Kansas) in a newly formed social work grantee consortium.
BHWISE Fellowship Program awarded funding for 2021-2025