Donors Establish New GLBT Scholarship Anonymous donors have created a new scholarship at the Graduate School that will award up to $10,000 for aspiring addiction counselors who self-identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender (GLBT). In establishing the Dr. Andrew Jeon Graduate School GLBT Scholarship, the donors hope to ensure more addiction and mental health clinicians are trained to deliver evidence-based, optimal care to their GLBT clients. One donor interviewed commented, "There is such a tremendous need for expert, compassionate addiction counselors and mental health professionals, especially to serve the GLBT community. For this population, the substance use disorders are often compounded by the experience of isolation, ostracism and rejection.” The scholarship is named for noted anesthesiologist, academic and health care administrator, Andrew A. Jeon, MD, MBA, who served as a trustee of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation (and, formerly, the Hazelden Foundation). Learn more.