The MHSOAC is launching a Fellowship program that targets mid-career behavioral health leaders working in the public behavioral health system, and provides a range of education, training, experiential and leadership opportunities. The Fellowship is to include education, training and professional development opportunities that cover topics related to public sector accountability, outcome-and value-based decision-making, as well as the value and impact of data analytics, evaluation and opportunities for cross-systems collaboration, inter-operability and related themes and skills tied to improving the cost-effectiveness of public services and outcomes. The Fellowship should highlight the value of community engagement and human centered design as a strategy to understanding the limitations of existing service delivery strategies and systems and opportunities for improvement. The deadline to submit a response is November 17, 2022 by 3:00 PM.
Visit the MHSOAC’s Grant and Funding Opportunities webpage to view and download the Request for Qualification.