Grants of up to $1,000 will be awarded to individuals and organizations working to implement a new evidence-based social-emotional health intervention within a service setting. To qualify, organizations must demonstrate the effectiveness of the intervention through evidence reported in the registries list or in a peer-review journal, target social/emotional health for children and families, and evaluate the benefits of the intervention by measuring outcomes. In addition, projects must target bullying prevention, social skills, emotional literacy, and/or social and emotional learning.
Grants are open to individuals and organizations that provide direct services to children and families, including teachers, schools, and school district personnel; community health providers; clinicians in private practice; and others in the health, human services, and educational fields.
See the Center for Research in Emotional and Social Health Web site for eligibility and application guidelines.