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"Our children's success in the classroom is more than just test scores, and we must invest more in programs that are working to support our students across the state."

Those are the words of Oregon Sen.

Jeff Merkley in a press release announcing $1,613,898 in funding for training programs for school-based mental health providers.

The Department of Education will be awarding Portland State University and Oregon State University a combined total of $1,613,898 to support training programs for school-based mental health providers under the Mental Health Service Professionals Demonstration Program.

"Mental health care is essential health care, especially for school-aged kids, which is why I have fought to put more providers in schools," says Merkley, who is the author of the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Act.

Oregon State University will be awarding $424,097 for the Promoting and Advancing Training of High Desert School Counselors (PATH-SC) project to recruit a pipeline of diverse school counseling graduates, train PATH-SC interns in culturally responsive school-based mental health delivery, and place them in high needs schools and match with a mentor supervisor, and then employ PATH-SC graduates in school counseling positions in high-needs schools," reports Oregon Public Broadcasting. Read the Entire Article


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The Public Interest Law Foundation at Boston College Law School has been awarded a $225,000 three-year grant from the Cummings Foundation to help students provide pro bono legal services in...more

International Day of Play

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"Our small, locally owned businesses are the backbone of our communities.... These assistance programs will help ensure our small business continue to thrive and keep our communities...more

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Foundation: Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Gulf Coast Community Foundation

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Name Dropping

When Balazs Bognar moved to Tokyo from Urbana, Ill., at age 17, he had no idea he'd end up living there for the rest of his life. "He would take me and my mom and my brothers to cities around the...more

Bloomberg Philanthropies Expands Innovative Arts Internship Program
Foundation: Bloomberg Philanthropies

Starting in 2024, Detroit and New Orleans will be added to the seven US cities where Bloomberg Philanthropies has placed more than 1,700 high school and college students in paid summer internships...more

Coventry Enterprise Used Basketball to Net Good Mental Health

"Lots of people can't kick because they don't have the coordination, but everybody can throw catch." That's how a UK nonprofit is using basketball to help young people deal with mental health...more

Teaching Our Youth Resiliency Makes Today'S Students Tomorrow'S Leaders

Students in Palm Beach County, Fla., are experiencing a " concerning uptick" in mental health disorders over the past few years, says the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County. Nearly 3,000...more





The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has pledged $50 million to support emergency efforts to contain the threat caused by Ebola in West Africa.



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