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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.

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

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