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Committed to Developing, Testing, and Disseminating Evidence-based Treatments in Addiction

Dedicated to the health and care of our communities 



Harvard University

McLean Hospital

Yale University

Boston University

Boston Medical Center

Massachusetts General Hospital

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Clinical Trials Network (CTN) was created in 1999 to bridge the gap between substance use research and community-based treatment. Our Node is one of sixteen across the country working with behavioral, pharmacological, and integrated treatment interventions, to study effectiveness and disseminate evidenced-based treatments. 

Our Node consists of a collaboration of esteemed institutions and community treatment providers committed to excellence in patient-centered interventions and dissemination. The institutions bring a multidisciplinary team; psychiatry, psychology, emergency medicine, medicine, and pediatrics. 

Community Agencies


Stanley Street Treatment and Resources (SSTAR)

Fall River, MA


Square Medical Center

Watertown, MA


Liberation Programs, Inc., 

Bridgeport, CT

APT Foundation

New Haven, CT

Boston Children's Hospital

Boston, MA

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