Praxis Training for Massachusetts Addiction Professionals

Praxis: Training for Massachusetts Addiction Professionals

Praxis supports public health professionals in delivering recovery-oriented, trauma-informed services to people living with substance use disorders and related challenges. We use the latest research to deliver cutting edge trainings and technical assistance.
Praxis trainings and technical assistance are free to all Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Abuse Services funded addiction treatment programs. Contact Praxis at or 781-247-1716 for more information.

Praxis is a project of the Center for Social Innovation with support from the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) in the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

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