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  • Recruitment Boot Camp: Mental Health Edition - Apply by March 5

    Health center workforce, human resources, clinical, and C-Suite staff are invited to apply for our upcoming Recruitment Boot Camp: Mental Health Staff Edition. Building on the success of previous Recruitment Boot Camps, this learning collaborative will focus on the special considerations needed to recruit a diverse, mission-driven, and patient-centered mental health workforce. This boot camp will leverage the STAR2 Center’s expertise in recruitment and retention and provide real world examples through the facilitation provided by our expert faculty, Dr. Adijat Ogunyemi, a LCSW with over 13 years of health system experience including 6 years as a health center mental health clinician. Cohort participants will engage with the content, facilitators, and each other through a mix of webinars, discussions, and projects, in order to leave with the foundational knowledge needed to successfully recruit mental health clinicians.

    Sessions will take place on Wednesdays March 17, March 31, April 14, April 28, May 5, and May 19. All sessions will take place from 3:00 – 4:00 pm ET. This program is free of charge but is limited to 25 health centers.

    Apply by March 5 to be considered for this cohort. Accepted applicants will be notified by March 8 and asked to provide leadership acknowledgment and commitment to their participation by March 10. Please contact Mariah Blake, mblake@clinicians.org, with any questions.
  • Health Center Eye Health and Vision Care Grants - Apply by March 12

    The Association of Clinicians for the Underserved is partnering with the Centene Foundation for Quality Healthcare and the American Optometric Association Foundation to provide small grants of $5,000 to $10,000 to federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) to assist with start-up costs for eye health and vision care programs.

    Underserved populations continue to face barriers to accessing eye and vision care due to cost, transportation, and limited access to services. FQHCs are well positioned to address these barriers due to their commitment to reaching people in medically underserved communities and in health professional shortage areas. By integrating eye health and vision care into multidisciplinary health care settings, we aim to better address the impact of poor health and disease on vision and improve quality of life.

    Grant dollars may be used to support the cost of equipment and services necessary to establish a comprehensive vision care program. Funds may not be used to support existing services, salaries, or construction costs.

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