Coal Country Community Health Center Foundation knows how important it is that local residents gain the skills to be our community’s health care providers of tomorrow. We are pleased to invite graduating seniors who are seeking a career in a medical field (e.g., physician, nurse, therapist, technologist, pharmacist, etc.) to apply for a CCCHCF scholarship. Four $500 scholarships will be awarded.
To be considered for these scholarships, a student must:
- Be a high school senior in CCCHC service area. (Mercer, Dunn, and Oliver counties)
- Intend to pursue studies in a medical field.
- Complete the personal information in the application.
- Compile the required Scholarship Packet as described in the application.
- E-mail, mail, or deliver your Scholarship Packet to the address on the application. Packets must be received by March 15, 2023.
Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of applicant letter, essay and application quality, scholastic excellence, community service and activities, and letters of recommendation.
Click here to download the application!
Coal Country Community Health Center is pleased to welcome Isabel Garman, Licensed Associate Professional Counselor, into her new role at the clinic. Isabel provides professional counseling services at CCCHC Beulah as well as Beulah, Hazen, Center and Killdeer School Districts with the I.M.P.A.C.T. Program.
Coal Country Community Health Center recently hired Dan Foster, Licensed Master Social Worker. Dan will primarily serve students in the I.M.P.A.C.T. Program in our local school districts. He will also assist the Behavioral Health team in providing adult therapy services in our CCCHC clinics.
Coal Country Community Health Center was recently selected as a recipient of a special Community Builder grant from the Offutt Family Foundation and R.D. Offutt Company. The Community Builder program is a unique initiative designed to support charitable organizations and nonprofits that RDO team members are passionate about and serve the greater good in their communities. This year’s program focused on supporting youth mental health nonprofits.