UnitedHealthcare StudentResources Initiatives in College Mental and Behavioral Health Grants
The 2014 UnitedHealthcare StudentResources Initiatives in College Mental and Behavioral Health Grant, in the amount of $3,000, will support the development of creative solutions and programs to address issues specifically related to mental and behavioral health issues affecting college students.
The goal of the grant program is to spawn new ideas and innovative practices that improve students' mental health and to share these ideas with other college healthcare professionals through presentations at state, regional, and national conferences and in publications in college health related periodicals.
American College Health Association Institutional or Individual Members are eligible to apply for this grant. Applicants are encouraged to put together project proposals that develop or utilize partnerships on their campuses and demonstrate internal and in-kind financial support. The deadline for proposals is January 31, 2014 . The grant recipient will be announced at the 2014 ACHA Annual Meeting scheduled for May 27-31 in San Antonio, Texas.
The UnitedHealthcare StudentResources Fund will continue to support annual meeting programming and activities benefitting ACHA members.
Grant Proposal Materials
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Past Grant Recipients
2013 Grant Award Winner:
- University of St. Thomas, J. Roxanne Prichard, PhD
Project Title: "The Sleep Squad: A Personalized Sleep Intervention Program"
2012 Grant Award Winner:
- The Ohio State University, Jonathan Nutt, project director
Project Title: "Shift"
2011 Grant Award Winners:
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, Alex Faris
Project Title: "Primary Care Behavioral Health: A Model for Training University Health Center Staff"
- Stanford University, Carole Pertofsky, MEd, CHES
Project Title: "The Pursuit of Happiness and Health: Strengthening Mental Health and Campus Unity at Stanford University"
2010 Grant Award Winners:
- University of Minnesota, Gary Christenson, MD
Project Title: “Stamp Out Stigma: An Awareness Campaign Coupled with Student Training to Improve Mental Health on Campus”
- Syracuse University, Jennifer Funderburk, PhD and Cheryl Flynn, MD, MS, MA
Project Title: “Integrating Behavioral Health Providers into a University Health Service: Is it a Good Idea?”
2009 Grant Award Winners:
- Rice University, Emily Page
Project Title: “Campaign to Raise Resiliency at Rice”
- The College of St. Catherine, Amy M. Kelly, MD, MPH
Project Title: “The Soul of Resilience”
2008 Grant Award Winners:
- University of Minnesota, Gary Christenson
Project title: “Stamp Out Stigma”: Awareness and Training to reduce the stigma associated with mental health concerns
- Montana State University, Darla Tyler-McSherry
Project Title: “Our Veterans, Our Students, Our Concerns”