Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) - Division of Deputy Director's Office
10/20/21 4:00 PM Local Iowa Time
Grants to Iowa individuals to offset expenses associated with certification in the area of behavioral health services. Funding is intended to help individuals in financial need with the costs of tuition and fees. The purpose of this program is to increase the number of board-certified behavior analysts (BCBA) and board-certified assistant behavior analysts (BCaBA) providing behavioral analysis services to Iowans. Applicants may be Iowa residents or nonresidents, however, preference will be granted to Iowa residents.
The Department is actively working to strengthen its capacity to address health inequities in Iowa. Health equity is defined as supporting opportunities for everyone to live the healthiest life possible through the reduction of barriers in environmental, social, economic and other conditions which impact health. This program promotes health equity through expansion of BCBA and BCaBA practitioners in Iowa which ultimately leads to increased access to applied behavior analysis and treatment services for individuals experiencing behavioral challenges in Iowa.
GrantWatch ID#: 192121
The awarded applicant must complete an accredited educational program, become BCBA or BCaBA certified, and complete a 2 years full-time service obligation, or 4 years part-time, within a 6 year period.
The Department expects the initial contract period to be a minimum of 3 calendar years to a maximum of 6 years, but is subject to adjustment by the Department relating to funding, time required to complete certification and required service obligation, or other occurrences as approved by the Department.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Program Officer: Melana Hammond
Phone: 515-281-4900 x
RFP # 58822017
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