Recovery Research Networks

Overview

About the Program

Through the Helping to End Addiction Long-term® Initiative, or NIH HEAL Initiative® and the National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH supports the Recovery Research Networks. This program focuses on developing multi-stakeholder networks (researchers, payors, providers, people in recovery) to support the development of infrastructure to advance the science of long-term recovery. Five projects form the Consortium on Addiction Recovery Science (CoARS). Collectively, these projects are developing resources to support recovery research with a focus on community-based recovery centers, justice-involved youth, family-based recovery, recovery in rural settings, and integrated networks of care.

Program Details

Through the Helping to End Addiction Long-term Initiative, or NIH HEAL Initiative, in collaboration with the National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH has funded 5 awards totaling $13.7 million to fund Consortium on Addiction Recovery Science (CoARS) projects.

Partnership to End Addiction – New York
Massachusetts General Hospital – Massachusetts
East Tennessee State University – Tennessee
Oregon Social Learning Center, Inc. – Oregon
University of Maryland – Maryland

Funded Projects

2021
Building a Lasting Foundation to Advance Actionable Research on Recovery Support Services for High Risk Individuals with Opioid Use Disorder: The Initiative for Justice and Emerging Adult Populations
Nov 11, 2021
2021
Studies to Advance Recovery Supports (STARS) in Central Appalachia
Nov 11, 2021
2021
Advancing the science on recovery community centers to support persons treated with medications for opioid use disorder
Nov 11, 2021