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Scholarships to FSAS Schools

Each year, the Florida School of Addictions Studies offers a limited number of privately funded scholarships to cover the cost of registration for one full track or two mini tracks. These are supported by the generous donations of  organizations and individuals. Without the contributions by these organizations and individuals, many students would be unable to afford to continue their professional development. We thank them for their donations and continuing support of our students and our school.

Criteria for awarding scholarships includes financial need, career goals in the field of substance abuse services, and willingness to share knowledge and experienced gained at FSAS with others. Some scholarships have additional criteria such as military service or employer.

Click here for the scholarship application form. Scholarship applications are accepted by email, to operations@fsas.org.

 

Please note that scholarships cover registration and lunch/refreshment breaks and do not include travel expense or hotel.

If you are awarded a scholarship and for any reason are unable to use it, please contact FSAS as soon as possible by email so that we may offer another applicant the chance to attend.

 

 


 

 

2015 Scholarship Donors

Thank you to all of our 2015 scholarship donors!

 

Earl Bacon Agency, 3131 LondbladhRoad, Tallahassee, FL  32308, 850-878-2121

First Step of Sarasota, 1726 18th Street, Sarasota, FL 34234 941-366-5333

Jackson Properties, 1341 Jackson Bluff Road, Tallahassee, FL 32315, 850-894-7368

Board of Directors of the Florida School of Addictions Studies

The FSAS greatly appreciates your support!


Why Become a Scholarship Donor?

Professional development is vital to an effective workforce in any field. Florida ranks 48th in the nation in funding for community behavioral health agencies, so many organizations have had to slash training budgets. This especially affects the opportunities for professional training for front line direct care staff.

The Florida School of Addictions Studies is dedicated to making high-quality professional development affordable for everyone working in the field. We believe a better trained and prepared workforce leads to better outcomes for people who need help, which in turn creates stable, safer communities.

Your support makes a real difference. If you or your organization would like to funding a scholarship, please contact FSAS at operations@fsas.org. Scholarship funding includes notice on our website, our Facebook and Twitter accounts, and school publications. FSAS is a 501 c 3 organization and your contributions may be tax-deductible.