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Free Training for Providers - SUD

The Indiana University School of Medicine, in partnership with the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Division of Mental Health and Addiction, is providing free trainings in evidence-based interventions for substance use disorders for providers statewide. The focus of the current training program is contingency management, an SUD intervention with strong empirical support, which provides motivational incentives to patients for engaging in treatment-related and substance-reduction behaviors.

The models -

  • Contingency management adolescent SUD – offered to individual providers; targeting youth and emerging adults with any SUD; includes two levels of trainings, both with online self-paced training and one with continuing individual support. Funding for this training will be provided. *Currently enrolling

  • Contingency management adult SUD – offered to individual providers within participating organizations; targeting individuals with any SUD; includes a 1-day virtual workshop and monthly continuing support. Funding, in the form of organizational mini grants, will be provided. *Enrolling soon

  • TRUST (StimUD) – offered to individual providers within participating organizations; targeting individuals with a stimulant use disorder; includes weekly virtual workshops and monthly continuing support. Funding, in the form of organizational mini grants, will be provided. *Enrolling soon

To register for the trainings and learn more, please click here > https://redcap.uits.iu.edu/surveys/?s=RNH3D4WHFA3H3NEM

All questions should be sent to iuaccess@iupui.edu



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