Innovative Partnerships, Programs, & Opportunities

Leave of Absence Policies,
Practices, & Programs

CMHEP team members Chelsea Cobb & Ali Theis
led a critical conversation on the topic of leave of absence policies, practices, and programs at the Mental Health Association in New York State (MHANYS) Summit.

This is a continuation of the Center's work championing health-promoting leaves and returns to college for young adults. In 2021, in partnership with The Ruderman Family Foundation, we released two one-of-their-kind Guides on Leaves of Absence for College Students and
College Administration.
Free to download, use, and share.

NITEO Reunion
Did you know there is a 300+ person NITEO alumni network? 
Save the date for a NITEO alumni reunion to connect and celebrate the hundreds of students who have completed NITEO in the last 8 years.

November 21, 2022 at 5:00 pm EST on Zoom.
Stay tuned for the invitation and link.

 CMHEP is working closely with GOSO - Getting Out Staying Out - and SAVE - Stand Against Violence East Harlem -
to deliver the CMHEP Healthy Relationships class, a restorative justice and community building program.
Learn more about joining and supporting GOSO & SAVE and their work steeped in the values of 

education, employment, and emotional wellbeing.

Learn more about bringing Healthy Relationships
to your school or organization.

Scholarship Opportunity 
The Baer Reintegration Scholarship application for the
2023-2024 school year is now open!

The scholarship is open to individuals living with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, and bipolar disorder who are attending a degree or certificate program in the United States. 

Application deadline is January 23, 2023.

Flourishing Families
Supports parents, guardians, and caregivers to strengthen 
relationships with themselves and their young adult(s) who live with mental health and/or substance use challenges. This 6-week program invites families around the globe to connect, learn, and flourish together.

Spring 2023 session dates are now available. Enroll now to reserve your spot in
Session I: January 26 - March 2, 2023
Session II: March 30 - May 4, 2023
Contact Courtney or 617-483-3827 to learn more about the program or how to enroll. 


LEAD St Andrews
Dissemination of the LEAD for Collegiate Resilience
curriculum continues to proliferate around the globe. Partners at the University of St Andrews in Scotland are implementing LEAD to support current, active students build critical collegiate resilience skills and community.

LEAD East Central University
LEAD at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma
engages and supports students on leave of absence in skills-building and community-building opportunities to facilitate health-promoting leaves and re-entries.

LEAD Español at Boston University

A translated Spanish version of LEAD, LEAD Español, 
is a 1-credit course at Boston University and provides Spanish-speaking and Spanish-learning students with opportunities for building collegiate skills and supports as well as a platform for having critical conversations about culture, identity, and belonging.

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