Mental health is a very important, and prevalent, issue, and though there have been great strides in recent years for treatment and awareness, there can still be a stigma surrounding mental health. Students struggling with mental health problems—such as bipolar disorder and/or depression—while also pursuing higher education should be applauded and supported. That’s why we’ve gathered a few scholarships for students with bipolar disorder and/or depression to check out.
Deadline: January 31
Students who are enrolled and show active participation in medical treatment for their bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or schizoaffective disorder. The student must currently be receiving medical treatment, and is available for students completing their high school GED all the way up to those working on graduate degrees.
Deadline: May 4, 2018
Students must have successfully completed an impatient program in a psychiatric facility for substance abuse, psychiatric disorder, or both, and been accepted into a college or trade school. The student must be an undergraduate.
Deadline: December 15, 2017
Applicants must submit an essay on educational goals and post-graduation plans. The center works to empower teens and youth by treating them with respect and allowing them to have a say in their treatment plans.
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