Careers of Substance collects resources from trusted organizations in order to support the substance use workforce in a variety of areas. If you would like to suggest a resource, please contact us.
ATTC Messenger is a monthly e-publication on best practices, Addiction Science Made Easy, national professional development events & funding opportunities, and state-of-the-art online resources.
The federal Addiction Technology Transfer Center network, and NIATx (formerly Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment) offer tools for service improvement.
A summary of the latest clinically relevant research on alcohol, illicit drugs, and health. A project of Boston Medical Center, with BU Schools of Medicine and Public Health.
Weekly, the Cambridge Health Alliance offers the BASIS which summarizes a current addiction science article in plain language, with commentary written by recovering people, clinicians, researchers, policy makers, and others.
Careers of Substance has a newsletter! It comes out a few times a year, highlighting updates from the field, and site features.
JSAT features research, reviews, commentary and conference proceedings that advance the care of substance use disorders. Create a free account then hover over the "Articles and Issues" section header for a drop-down menu which offers email alerts and RSS feed.
The National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors has a section with Policy Statements, Fact Sheets and Legislative Briefs; and a sign-up to receive weekly newsletters.
Partnership to End Addiction curates a digest of the latest news in our field for advocates, policymakers, community coalitions and all who work toward shaping policies and practices to effectively prevent substance use and treat addiction.
The federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers press announcements, featured grants, statements, a blog, and reports.
Updates on federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration are available through "Really Simple Syndication" (RSS) feeds and a subscription for email updates. Topics include: Grants, Grants Training Materials, and SAMHSA's blog. Using an RSS reader, you can view data feeds from...