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Grant Funding for Behavioral Health: An Interview with Karen Celedonia

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An often under appreciated area of Behavioral Health is the grant writing process. Many of the agencies we work with are not-for-profit and always looking for help maintaining their existing grants as well as obtaining funding from new sources. We met Karen Celedonia through our colleague Theresa Wray. Working on projects together to support mental health agencies, we knew we needed to interview Karen and introduce her work to our providers. 

Please read the full blog article HERE.

What prompted you to start your own business specializing in research and grant writing services?

Doesn’t research take place in a lab? What experience do you have in the field?

How do you apply a participatory approach to your work with your clients?

What have you learned about mental health service delivery through your work in the community?

What has been your most rewarding experience in the field?

Who can benefit from the services that you offer?

How is writing–particularly grant writing–relevant to non-research-oriented mental health professionals and organizations?

What tips do you have for someone who is new to grant writing?

What projects do you have on the horizon?

 

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