Community Based Stakeholder Scholarship Application


For our Community Based Stakeholder scholarships, we welcome applications from individuals whose professional and volunteer work focuses on health issues facing justice involved individuals and citizens who are incarcerated or who have returned to the community. Community health workers, advocates, patient navigators, case managers and other allied professionals or volunteers are encouraged to apply.  

The Academic Consortium on Criminal Justice Health is pleased to open the application process for Community Based Stakeholder scholarships to the 14th Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health. With a generous grant from the Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation, the Academic Consortium is pleased to offer 8 scholarships to this year's conference which will take place virtually April 8-10.

Scholarships for the 14th Academic & Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health are pending funding. We are accepting applications, and will confirm the number of scholarships available as soon as those details are confirmed. Please submit your application by Monday, November 16, 2020.

ACCJH embraces diversity and inclusion in its mission to improve health outcomes for justice-involved populations. As such, we embrace holistic review of scholarship applications based on life and scholarly accomplishments. We will appreciate your inclusion of demographic information about you in your application.

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