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College may be difficult for students who have a mental disability. Mental health scholarships could relieve some of the stress of paying for college. They are available based on financial need, GPA, and your diagnosis.
You may find mental health scholarships for diverse educational goals too. One to check is the RJ Mitte Breaking Barriers Scholarship. It intends to help high school and college students who have a mental or physical disability. There will be one winner for the $1,000 award this year.
There are scholarships for graduate students mental health conditions as well. The Disability Care Center offers an annual scholarship of $500. To apply, you write a 500 to 1,500 word essay on how your hardship affects your daily life.
Some providers offer specific awards for certain mental disabilites. The LEAD Foundation Dottie R. Walker Scholarship offers a $1,000 scholarship to those with ADD/ADHD. To be eligible, you must be a Colorado high school senior who is willing to serve as a role model for others.
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