Current Projects

SBIRT Student Training Grant

ASU’s Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Student Training Grant is a five discipline collaborative in partnership with the Schools of Social Work, Nursing, Clinical Psychology, Counseling and Counseling Psychology, and Behavioral Health. The three year grant is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and serves to provide preservice educational opportunities in implementing strategies for brief universal screening for risky substance use.  Read More...

ASU Community Collaborative at the Westward Ho 

The ASU Community Collaborative at the Westward Ho is an inter-professional service unit that provides ASU students with real world service learning opportunities, while enhancing the quality of life and functioning of individuals and communities. Read More...

COSP Outcome Evaluation

ASU is contracted with two consumer-operated service providers (COSPs), STAR and CHEEERS. COSPs are peer-run organizations that support members in recovery from mental illness and substance abuse using a self-help approach.  Read More...

NIMH Outreach Partnership Program

The Arizona State University Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy serves as the Arizona Outreach Partner for the U.S. Department of Health, National Institutes of Mental Health.  Read More...

Engaging, Motivating and Providing Options within Recovery for Veterans (EMPOWR) 

The Engaging, Motivating and Providing Options Within Recovery (EMPOWR) Project is a local Recovery Oriented System of Care dedicated to providing integrated evidence-based substance abuse treatment, transitional housing, and supportive services with a focus on homeless veterans with substance abuse/co-occurring disorders in Tucson, AZ. Read More… 

Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center (PSATTC) 

In partnership with UCLA, the Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy helps meet the needs of the substance abuse treatment communities in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada and the Pacific Islands. Read More… 

Stand Together and Recover Centers, Inc. (S.T.A.R.) 

Stand Together and Recover Centers, Inc. (S.T.A.R.) provides for the basic needs of adults diagnosed with a mental illness in Maricopa County, while improving their quality of life through non-clinical peer-run services. Read More…