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Conference scholarships

Conference Profile: The Annual Minnesota Association of Community Mental Health Programs (MACMHP) Conference draws over 400 attendees from government, academia, health care systems, and community care organizations. Executives, finance directors and clinical directors from the State’s community mental health programs also attend. This year's event will be held at the Saint Paul RiverCentre from September 12 - 15, 2017.

We offer a limited number of scholarships to local mental health advisory committee members, consumer/family advocates or students. The scholarship is intended to help people who would not be able to attend conference without some financial assistance. This may not be used to cover staff hotel. The MACMHP scholarship covers the cost of the conference registration only. Only complete applications will be considered. 



Scholarship Application Deadline  August 14
Scholarship Application Review August 18
Scholarship Notifications Distributed  August 21


 The 2017 MACMHP Conference - Leading the Way to Whole Person  Care thanks Hearth Connection for their sponsorship support. 

 Hearth Connection is a nonprofit organization working to end long-term  homelessness throughout Minnesota. Hearth Connection acts as an    intermediary, collaborating with a diverse group of stakeholders, nonprofits, government, and health care entities to offer solutions to homelessness. 

For over a decade, we have offered administrative support, fiscal oversight, and research to the state’s largest network of supportive housing. We are now focused on finding ways to improve the efficiency of integrating supportive housing with health care systems. Hearth Connection is an accountable organization that is dedicated to using data and research to improve local attempts to address and end homelessness. So what exactly does that mean? Learn more about their work.



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