Redefine Enough Mental Health Scholarship Application

Deadline: July 20, 2019 at 11:59pm est.


Who can apply?

The Redefine Enough Mental Health Scholarship Fund offers 3 scholarships to women of color between the ages of 18-35.

To be eligible for the tuition assistance scholarship, you must:

  • Identify as a woman of color

  • Be enrolled in a graduate level counseling program

To be eligible for the therapy assistance scholarship, you must:

  • Identify as a woman of color

  • Be in need of financial assistance


What’s the scholarship?

Tuition Assistance Scholarship: 1 recipient will be rewarded with $2500* towards tuition

Therapy Assistance Scholarship: 2 recipients will be rewarded with $1250* towards therapy or psychiatric sessions.

*Final scholarship award is dependent upon money donated to the fundraiser. Scholarship may be less or more than stated above.


When will recipients be notified?

The deadline to apply for the scholarship is July 20, 2019.

All applicants will receive an update by August 1, 2019.

Scholarship recipients will have 3 business days to accept the scholarship. If not accepted within 3 business days, another recipient will be selected.


How can I apply?

Complete the application by July 20, 2019 at 11:59pm est.


Frequently Asked Questions

When I will be notified of the status?

All applicants will receive an update by August 1, 2019.

What happens if I receive tuition assistance?

If selected as the Mental Health Scholarship Recipient for tuition assistance, the recipient will provide Redefine Enough with an enrollment verification form and student ID number. Once verified, the scholarship will be given directly to the university towards your tuition.

What happens if I receive therapy assistance?

If selected as the Mental Health Scholarship Recipient for therapy assistance, the recipient will sign a release form with their therapist to confirm initiation of therapy. Once verified, the scholarship will be given directly to the therapist to be applied to your therapy sessions.

Should I start meeting with a therapist now?

If you are unable to pay for sessions, it is not suggested that you begin meeting with a therapist. Redefine Enough is not responsible for any fees or debt that is accumulated.