The goal of the Yale Program in Addiction Medicine is to expand access to and improve the effectiveness of prevention and treatment services for substance use. We focus on research, education, prevention, and treatment. We study the science of addiction and develop strategies that can be implemented in general medical settings, such as community physicians’ offices, emergency departments, and primary care facilities. Additionally, we offer state of the art training opportunities for a variety of learners to gain knowledge and experience in addiction medicine.
Built on 30 years of pioneering research, Yale’s Program in Addiction Medicine is internationally recognized. Known for developing innovative treatment models, training programs and attracting leaders in the field, Yale’s model programs have been replicated nationally and internationally.