Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy
The Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy provides a dynamic, solution-oriented institutional home for the diverse research and education efforts at the Bloomberg School in the areas of mental health and addiction policy.
The Center brings together faculty and trainees from the fields of: services and economics; statistics and methodology; communication research and implementation science to use a public health approach to strengthen mental health and addiction services and systems in the United States, and to train a new generation of policy researchers in this field.
Learn about training opportunities for students in research and teaching careers in mental health and addiction policy; and the faculty affiliated with our center. For Center updates, follow us on Twitter @JHSPH_CMAP.
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Our aim is to improve the lives of persons with mental illness and addiction through engaging in policy research, translating research evidence into policy and practice, and training a next generation of mental health and addiction policy researchers.Learn More
Our faculty and students are conducting research studies in the areas of mental health and addiction services and economics, statistics and methodology, communication, and implementation science.Learn More