Request For Proposals
MFP Grant Education Series
The MFP is conducting a 3-part series to help fellow learn more about grant funding. We are searching for MFTs that have successfully obtain a grant, especially grants focused on communities of color and or communities of color and substance use. Part 1 will provide an overview of the various types of grants and how to search for them. Part 2 will detail how to write a successful grant proposal. Part 3 will focus on how to manage a grant once the grant proposal is accepted.
Proposal Details to Submit:
Please submit all proposals in PDF format (300-500 words) to the email@example.com, with the subject heading, MFP Grant Education Series.”
2022 MFP Doctoral Training Institute
Utilizing Research to Directly Impact Mental illness and Substance Use
May 18-22, 2021
We are searching for proposals that focus on translating research concerning mental health and or substance use into resources that directly impact marginalized or underserved populations. Proposals can focus on community-based research, using research for community workshops, and research informed products focused on mental health and substance use (social media, podcasts, training modules, psychoeducational material, interventions, apps, etc.) Email your proposals at: firstname.lastname@example.org
with the subject line " 2022 Doctoral Training Institute Proposal"
2022 MFP All Training Institute: Translation and Impact
Clinical Innovation & Direct Impact on Mental Illness and Substance Use
We are searching for proposals that focus on innovative ways marriage and family therapists use their knowledge and skills to improve mental health and decrease substance use in marginalized or underserved population. Please send your proposals to: email@example.com
with the subject line "2022 All Training Institute Proposal"
Job Posting: Closed
Start Date: September 2020