Applying for a Fellowship
Fellowships are a response to the shortage of minority professionals trained in substance abuse, mental health, and health discipline in minority communities.
Thousands of behavioral health professionals have successfully completed the Minority Fellowship Program - many becoming leaders in their fields. Learn about the seven organizations that are fulfilling the MFP's mission to expand the workforce of diverse behavioral health professionals committed to driving awareness, fostering change, and improving services for ethnic minorities with mental health or substance use disorders.
For information about applying for a fellowship to pursue additional education and training in counseling, psychology, psychiatry, nursing, social work, or marriage and family therapy, learn about each grantee below:
Links to the MFP Grantee Organizations: