Residential Addiction Unit
The Residential Addiction Unit is a comprehensive residential program that provides nationally recognized treatment. The purpose of the program is to stabilize those struggling with substance use disorders in order to transition them to an appropriate next level of care. As an intern in the Residential Addiction Unit, you will observe admissions and discharges, assessments, and court hearings. Students will receive education regarding Medication Assisted Treatment and participate in staffing and peer support sessions.
Qualified applicants will be associate or bachelor-level students in addiction studies, social work, human services, psychology, or a related degree. Applicants should possess good written and oral communication skills, as well as professionalism. A general knowledge of addiction and mental health issues is preferred.
Interested students will find application instructions in the Undergraduate Internship Manual. Applications, and supporting material, should be emailed at least eight weeks prior to the expected start date.