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Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Behavioral Health Aid Program (BHA) and the Community Health AID (CNA) program

 

Northwest Portland Behavioral Health Board
Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center

 

Comprehensive Drug Research Center, University of Miami
The Comprehensive Drug Research Center (CDRC) is a comprehensive interdisciplinary research center which has been named a Center of Excellence by the University of Miami. From the outset great attention has been paid to the facilitation of research through supportive core functions. Core functions of the CDRC include the following: administration and leadership; project interactions; access to research populations; community epidemiology/geographic information systems; outcomes research; quantitative data management and information systems; qualitative field studies; health evaluation; laboratory research; health economics; training/education; proven research technology; and technology transfer through publication and dissemination. Since 1994, substance abuse and related research such as HIV/AIDS have accounted for more than $200 million funding. For more than three decades, Clyde B. McCoy, Ph.D., has directed the Comprehensive Drug Research Center and health services research at the Miller School – and mentored a generation of researchers along the way. Dr. McCoy has spent more than 30 years preparing new drug abuse researchers and scientists to tackle pressing drug-related issues, such as HIV/AIDS, and helping communities around the world. McCoy joined the medical school faculty in 1974, launching the interdisciplinary University-wide Comprehensive Drug Research Center, where world-renowned researchers convene to study the many implications of drug use. The center is nationally recognized as one of only two federally funded centers for community-based health services research for chronic drug users.

 

National Association of Drug Court Professionals
Wellness Courts
Healing to Wellness Courts

 

Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP)

 

National Indian Health (IHS)Center of Excellence in Tele-health