Substance Use and Mental Illness Track

Core Program

Interns will complete three year-long experiences, constituting the Substance Use Track’s Core Program. Two of these experiences are fixed, Inpatient Withdrawal and Stabilization, and the Outpatient Substance Use Treatment services programs.

The third year-long experience is chosen from the following options: 

In addition to this Core Program, interns on the Substance Use and Mental Illness Track will choose a fourth training site, which will change every 4 months. These supplemental rotations can be selected from any of the Core Program sites above that were not selected for a year-long experience, or from any of the other rotation sites listed below:

Sample Schedule for Substance Use and Mental Illness Track


Finally, you will complete a year-long didactic program focused specifically on building a deeper understanding of the intersection of substance use and mental illness. Didactic sessions are led by affiliated faculty who are experts in their field across all clinical sites. Topics will include OUD and other SUDs treatment, recovery, and prevention, trauma-informed care, provider resilience, and providing competent telehealth services.