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New Hampshire Best Practices School Scholarship Form

2016 New England School of Best Practices in Addiction Treatment

 

 

NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS) Scholarships

 

The NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS) awards limited, partial scholarships to NEIAS events. Whether you are a prevention, intervention, treatment or recovery supports professional, we encourage you to apply.

 

BDAS partial scholarships cover tuition fees only. Travel and lodging are the responsibility of the participant. Scholarships are paid directly NEIAS. You, and/or your agency, are responsible for paying the remainder of program fees.

 

For the New England School of Best Practices, priority will be given to people who have worked in the field for 5 or more years, have not received a scholarship from BDAS in the past 3 years, and to people working in integrated services; such as Behavioral Healthcare and Primary Care settings, including Medication Assisted Treamtent (MAT).

 

Deadline for scholarship applications is Thursday, July 28, 2016.

Be sure to fill out the entire application. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

BDAS contracts with the NH Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors Association / NH Training Institute (NHTIAD) to handle logistics for the NH scholarship process. Once awards are determined, the NHTIAD will notify all NH applicants of their award status.

 

     For scholarship related questions, please contact:

NHADACA/NHTIAD
(603) 225-7060

 

traininginstitute@nhadaca.org

 

*Scholarship funds are limited. Filling out an application is not a guarantee of award.

 

Scholarship Application Instructions:

Please complete the form below to be considered for a scholarship from your state agency.

Required questions are noted with a red star.

After you have answered each section, click on the orange "Next" button at the end of the section.

In the last section, click on the orange "Submit" button to submit your scholarship application. Once your application is submitted, you will see a page that says "Thank you for your application". You will also see a small printer near the top of the page, which you can select to print a copy of your submitted application for your files.

Please note that a scholarship application is separate from your Best Practices School registration.

If you have not registered for the school, to register, you must click here to complete the Best Practices online registration form.

 

 


 











...How attending the Best Practices School will help you to better serve people with substance use disorders or co-occurring disorders and/or how your attendance will help increase the capacity of services offered.








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