The Boston Consortium Model: Trauma-Informed Substance Abuse Treatment for Women (BCM) program provides a fully integrated set of substance abuse treatment and trauma-informed mental health services to low-income, minority women with co-occurring alcohol/drug addiction, mental disorders, and trauma histories.
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Dr. Amaro’s distinguished research career is centered on the connection between research and practice in public health. As PI on a multitude of projects, she has studied family-focused substance abuse treatments, HIV health promotion, residential treatment models, and drug screening and intervention for college students. She is the Principal Research Scientist for Project LAUNCH, a systems approach to health services for children.
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