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.
HRiA builds the capacity of coalitions, organizations, communities, government agencies, and the public health workforce to improve the health of communities. Through face-to-face, webinar, and eLearning formats, HRiA offers skill-building, tools and resources, and opportunities for peer learning.
Human in Common helps individuals and organizations create social norms based on respect, appreciation of diversity and inclusion. They use evidence-based materials, real-world scenarios and interactive participation in diversity and ethical upstander trainings, consultation and other services.
The Northeastern University IHESJR researchers use a wide range of research methods and intervention strategies to promote health equity and social justice through community engaged research. Focus areas: MH and SUD; health promotion/disease prevention; violence/trauma prevention; global health.
The Interaction Institute for Social Change (IISC) brings nearly 30 years of experience to their mission: to build collaborative capacity in individuals, organizations, and networks working for social justice and racial equity.
The Office of Minority Health provides information and resources related to the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in Health and Health Care to advance health equity by establishing a framework for organizations to serve increasingly diverse communities.
REI is an alliance of trainers, organizers, and institutional leaders who have devoted themselves to the work of creating racially equitable organizations and systems. REI helps individuals and organizations develop tools to challenge patterns of power and grow equity.