We understand the courage and bravery it takes for you to seek help and we want to reward you for your continued commitment to becoming the best version of yourself.
Your achievements at school and deep commitment to mental health are truly motivating.
As we celebrate Amal, we also extend our gratitude and appreciation to all the graduates and undergraduates who courageously shared their personal journeys with therapy as a part of the Sandstone Care scholarship application process. Your stories have reinforced our commitment to providing compassionate care and support to those in need.
All Majors, 2024-2025
May 1st, 2024
At Sandstone Care we specialize in helping teens, young adults, and their families overcome challenges with substance use, addiction, and mental health conditions. We strive to help and support people through their recovery journey so they can find their way back to living a healthy lifestyle.
We have created the Sandstone Care Scholarship for current or upcoming undergraduate and graduate students who are dealing with or have dealt with substance use/mental health struggles.
We want to reward you for your continued commitment to recovery because we understand the courage and bravery it takes for young adults to seek help.
In order to apply for the Sandstone Care Scholarship, you will need to submit a 1-3 minute video that answers one of the following prompts:
1. How has therapy helped you overcome challenges related to your mental health or addiction struggles?
2. How has focusing on your mental health or substance use recovery journey helped you to become a better student?
Please have all applications submitted by May 1st, 2024.
Our judges will review each essay and select one winner no later than June 30th, 2024. The winner will be contacted by a Sandstone Care representative shortly after a winner has been selected.
A panel of judges will review all applications to select the scholarship recipient. We will be looking for the following:
Scholarship Amount: $5,000
Only one scholarship will be awarded during 2024 – 2025 school year.