JOIN THE EFFORT
Students participating in the Washington State Behavioral Health Workforce Development Initiative receive a grant that offsets master’s degree tuition by agreeing to serve in a Washington state community behavioral health agency or tribal health center following their graduation.
SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY
The Washington State Behavioral Health Workforce Development Initiative supports master’s level mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, and social workers committed to serving individuals and families with mental health and substance use challenges.
KICKSTART YOUR CAREER
The Washington State Behavioral Health Workforce Development Initiative provides expert career placement and mentoring support while significantly decreasing student debt and enhancing the alignment between graduate training and workplace demands.
Our community and university partners are creating career opportunities statewide for a new generation of highly skilled mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, and social workers.
TOWARD A MORE JUST FUTURE
Quality care provided by a diverse and highly trained behavioral health workforce will help ensure greater health equity and access for the most vulnerable among us.