School Based Mental Health Services Grant/ Subrecipient Opportunity

Description: The Nevada Department of Education; Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment received a 5-year School Based Mental Health Services grant from the US Department of Education beginning October 1, 2020. The project is focused on Recruitment, Retention and Re-specialization of Specialized Instructional Support Personnel and other School Mental Health Providers in order to increase the ratio of school mental health professionals to students and strengthen the school mental health workforce
Eligible Entities: This request for new funding is open to all Nevada school districts and charter academies on behalf of those schools that wish to submit a Letter of Intent and meet eligibility criteria from the grant funding source. Eligibility criteria are based on highest need and ability to comply with all grant requirements. Awards are limited.
Timeline: Letter of Interest Due March 1, 2021

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