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Participants Sought for Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Study

March 1, 2016

NIDA Trial The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is currently seeking substance abuse counselors to participate in a national study to evaluate the effectiveness of Contingency Management, an evidence-based addiction treatment for adolescents. This outpatient substance abuse treatment implements behavior management and cognitive-behavioral approaches and includes family involvement. Funding will cover the cost of web-based training and ongoing consultation. Continuing education units will be provided. Participants are required to use the Contingency Management model for the duration of the study.


Learn more about the NIDA-funded study and how to apply.

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