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ISPS-US 19th Annual Meeting:

Love + Justice in Engaging Psychosis and Extreme States

October 22-25, 2020
Atlanta, Georgia

To request a scholarship to attend this conference, please answer these questions. Scholarships are awarded on a first come, first served basis, as long as funds are available. If funds are not available, you will be put on a waiting list until we receive more donations. If you are awarded a scholarship, you will be given a code in order to register for the conference.

Our two scholarship funds are:
Rodney Waldron Memorial Fund
In memory of Rodney Waldron, a New York peer specialist and presenter at ISPS conferences. This fund supports BIPOC in attending the annual meeting, and covers the registration fee, as well as a $100 technology stipend, if needed.

General Scholarship Fund
This is for anyone and covers the registration fee only.

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Rodney Waldron Memorial Fund
General Scholarship

Person with lived experience of psychosis/extreme states ($50)
Peer support specialist ($50)
Family member of someone with lived experience ($95)
Full-time student ($95)
Professional clinician ($120 member/$135 nonmember)
ISPS-US member
Full Scholarship
Partial Scholarship
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