Behavioral Health Academic Scholarship

Behavioral Health Academic Scholarship

The Tri-State area has been devastated by the opioid epidemic in recent years. In 2017, over 600 people lost their lives across Long Island due to overdose deaths. As the premier addiction resource center in the area, we’ve put together a behavioral health scholarship for New York area students that show a commitment to raising awareness about this important public health crisis. Our mission is to save lives and offer the right resources, guidance, and support to individuals and families in the area affected by substance abuse.

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College Tuition Behavioral Health Scholarship

If you’ve been impacted by the epidemic and plan to use your college education to help fight the crisis, then this college tuition behavioral health scholarship is for you. Our scholarship is open to current college and high school students that truly want to make a difference in the lives of those affected by addiction.

Award Amount:

$2,500

Submission Period:

Until 3/31/2019

 

Award Announcement:

April 30th, 2019

 

Award Date:

May 30th, 2019

The 2019 Behavioral Health Scholarship application process is now open!

In order to apply for our $2,500 academic scholarship, you must fully complete the application process and submit your application to help@longislandinterventions.com or attach it as a PDF and send it using the contact form on this page.

Together we can be part of the process of tackling the opioid and drug scourage that is affecting so many communities. At Long Island Interventions, we understand that our college students are the future and will shape the landscape of our country for many years to come.

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Ready to Make a Change?

We understand that the treatment process can be difficult at times. At Long Island Interventions, we are committed to assisting you in making progress towards a new life free from the grips of addiction.
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Long Island Interventions Helpline

If you are seeking drug and alcohol treatment resources for yourself or a loved one, our helpline is a confidential and convenient solution. Callers are referred to JCAHO accredited rehab facilities in our network of recommended treatment providers.

Alternatives to finding addiction treatment or learning about substance abuse: