Rehab 4 Addiction assists people seeking drug rehab, alcohol detox and alcohol rehab services across the globe. We are also happy to assist young people looking to enter this field via our Scholarship programme.
To further this aim, we are offering a $1,000 scholarship to those looking to pursue an education in healthcare or any subject that’s medical-related.
To register your interest in obtaining the $1,000 scholarship, you must submit to us a short 500-word essay. This essay must outline why you wish to pursue a career in a health-related area. Your submission may take the form of a personal narrative.
Alternatively, you could outline what you learned when undertaking practical work experience in this area.
You could also consider writing about a personal recovery story you have experienced either yourself or within your family.
Submissions must be submitted to us by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on Friday, November 26, 2021.
A $1,000 scholarship is made available to at least one student who has been accepted onto a degree programme that’s health-related.
Some example areas of study include:
The above is a non-exhaustive list of examples. If you are unsure whether you qualify, please contact us today for guidance.
Once it is clear you meet the criteria above, you must then submit a 500-word essay outlining the reasons why you are passionate about your area of study, emphasizing why you wish to help people suffering from substance misuse and/or mental health problems.
The subject that forms the body of your submissions may be inspired or based upon either professional experience or personal experience.
In order to meet the eligibility criteria, the following must be met:
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Sam Peters is the recipient of The Rehab 4 Addiction Health Care Scholarship. Sam Peters received $1000. This money was used to cover educational expenses whilst completing her studies.
Sam graduated with a degree in Nursing from the University of Miami. Sam demonstrated a strong passion for those affected by substance misuse and mental health disorders. Sam’s passion in this area arose from addiction issues she witnessed in her own family.
Sam is about to pursue a Master’s degree in Addiction and Mental Health. She also plans to become a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counsellor and Licenced Associate Counsellor in due course.