The purpose of the Justice-System Involved Youth Program is to support and encourage underrepresented individuals to pursue health careers to develop a more culturally and linguistically competent healthcare workforce.
JSIY BH Pipeline is a grant opportunity for organizations to support and encourages underrepresented and disadvantaged individuals to pursue behavioral health careers to develop a more culturally and linguistically competent behavioral healthcare workforce, including providing comprehensive wrap-around supports. These supports include but are not limited to income and rent support, academic enrichment, career development, mentorship, and advising to support currently or recently system-involved students in attaining behavioral health careers.
- Public Agency
Depending on the award category, HCAI will accept proposals from the following:
Public and private universities and colleges, Health professions training programs, High schools or school districts proposing to serve high school students, Health professions training programs, Community-based Organizations, Community Health Centers
The JSIY activities are open to all participants ages 0 through 25, regardless of gender, race, or ethnicity. Program activities should include individuals from historically underrepresented groups and regions and encourage practicing in health professional shortage areas (HPSA).
How to Apply
State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.
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