The Scaife Family Foundation of West Palm Beach, Florida, funds scholarships for medical students or Allied Health professionals interested in practicing in rural America and other addiction specific topics. Assistance includes full or partial conference registration, (which includes residence hall double room and on-campus meals). A stipend will also be awarded to each scholarship recipient for travel expenses (on selected tracks only as there are funds available). Registration (Full and Partial) and travel are available for selected tracks only as determined annually. Other tracks may be selected but are not eligible for travel reimbursement.
This perpetual scholarship fund has been established to provide ongoing recognition and honor of the contributions made to the alcohol and other drug abuse prevention and treatment field in the United States by Harold E. Hughes. Two scholarships are awarded at the end of the conference for the following year. Scholarship covers conference registration only.
The Michael E. Campbell Scholarship was established in March 2003, to honor Michael's personal and professional contributions to the alcohol and other drug abuse and mental health field. One scholarship will be awarded. Scholarship covers conference registration only.
This perpetual scholarship fund was established in memory of Larry Monson. It is awarded annually to a rural professional in the alcohol and drug abuse field who has made strong contributions to the institute. One scholarship will be awarded. Scholarship covers conference registration only.
This scholarship is provided by Char Lusher to help an individual with financial need to attend the institute. One scholarship will be awarded. Scholarship covers conference registration only. (Occasionally two partial scholarships will be awarded.)
These scholarships are provided by the National Rural Alcohol and Drug Abuse Network. NRADAN will provide a limited number of scholarships which can be utilized toward registration costs only. These scholarships may range from $100-$545.
The Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling will provide a scholarship in memory of Richard Stanchfield. One scholarship will be awarded. Scholarship covers conference registration only for a gambling related Track.