Resources for Community Psychologists

This page presents resources for community psychologists and other people working in the field. If you have any feedback about any of these resources, or a suggestion for an additional resource to be listed, please let us know!

Grants and Financial Support

A listing of granting agencies who have a mission related to community psychology. You can also find information on SCRA grant opportunities. 

Job Board

If you are looking for a job related to community psychology or have a job to advertise, this is the place to do that. 

Calls for Proposals

Here we list for calls for proposals from community psychologists for conferences and journals.

Secondary Data Sources

Large scale research projects generate an immense amount of data, and the researchers want that data to be used. If you have an interesting hypothesis and are just look for a large data set on which to test it, you might find that dataset here. 

Using Social Media

Want to learn more about how to use social media to promote your non-profit work

IRB Support

Some community researchers find it difficult to get approval for community-based research, due to misconceptions and misunderstandings about how community research differs from "traditional" psychological research. Browse this page for information about how to communicate your goals and values to review boards and how to increase your chances of success.

Other Resources Available on this Website

This manual was developed by a task force of SCRA manuals as a resource for communities facing natural and man-made disasters. It is a resource for community members and community psychologists working with communities who are attempting to recover from or plan for such disasters.

Using Social Media

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