Wanna make a thousand bucks for an innovative intervention?

April 09, 2013

innovationThe Center for Research in Emotional and Social Health is accepting applications for projects that target the social and emotional health of children and families.

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.

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