Integrated Behavioral Health Workforce Development Initiative

Project Term: 24 months; 2017-2019
Grant Amount: $141,104

This project will plan for and implement an Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) Workforce Development Initiative at the University of Montana. This initiative will recruit students, expand IBH training opportunities, place students in rural integrated care programs, and provide appropriate supervision. Grant funding will be used to hire an assistant psychology professor to direct the initiative. This project will build on prior MHCF grants to the University which helped develop IBH training and certification curriculum for psychology, social work, and counseling students. The project has strong partners from other university departments, as well as the Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana, Curry Health Center, Missoula Urban Indian Health Center, and CSKT Tribal Health.

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