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.
AdCare Educational Institute of MA develops statewide trainings, education and logistics management with the MA DPH. Training calendars include: Substance Use & Addictions, LifeSkills, and Suicide Prevention.
Offers New England Schools of Addiction Studies, Prevention Studies, & Best Practices; and Annual Addiction Medicine Conference for General Healthcare Providers and Addictions Professionals.
The Addiction Technology Transfer Center of New England provides its own menu of online and in-person training events.
AddictionCounselorCE offers 462 Continuing Education (CE) courses for Addiction/Substance Abuse Counselors and other professionals working in addiction counseling.
ASAM is a professional society representing physicians and associated professionals dedicated to increasing access and improving the quality of addiction treatment through education, research and prevention. Education opportunities include e-Learning and live courses.
The BACE Program trains Black adult learners in addiction/mental health, and supports those interested in attaining Licensure and Certification. The overall goal is to increase the publicly funded treatment system’s capacity to provide culturally relevant services to Black residents of MA.
BNI ART Institute - SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment), BU School of Public Health
The BNI ART Institute at Boston University's School of Public Health provides SBIRT skills training to multidisciplinary audiences using interactive learning materials and techniques, as well as guidance for program implementation, evaluation, and more.
The Boston Consortium Model is a nationally recognized evidence-based model of trauma-informed care designed to meet the needs of women in treatment for substance use disorders with co-occurring mental health disorders and histories of trauma.
BMC's Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance provides education, support and capacity building to community health centers and other health care and social service providers on best practices caring for patients with substance use disorders.
The Commission provides a variety of educational opportunities to the general public and specialized training for healthcare employees and first responders. Offerings include professional development, emergency preparedness, internships for youth interested in health careers, and more.