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2/14/17
Administered through the UB School of Social Work's Office of Continuing Education, this grant provides funding to 8 designated Social Services staff for tuition and books for their MSW degree.
9/21/18
Administered through the School’s Office of Continuing Education, this grant provides support to the 19 counties of the Western Region of the New York State Office of Mental Health to assess, develop and implement:
9/21/18
In 2003, the New York State Office of Mental Health (NYSOMH) and the New York State Dean’s Consortium of Schools of Social Work formed a partnership to address plans for the integration of evidence-based practices (EBP) into the graduate level social work curriculum. The University at Buffalo School of Social Work was designated under this grant to develop and implement an EBP Seminar Course, colloquia and prototype “recovery-based” field placements at schools of social work in New York State.
2/14/17
Beginning in Fall 2015, the Institute of Trauma and Trauma Informed Care (ITTIC) partnered with the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute in a five-year contract around trauma and trauma-informed care training for those working with the AIDS/HIV+ population. ITTIC will train Peers from around the state each year as part of the AIDS Institute’s Peer certification program. Additionally, ITTIC will train and work with identified individuals known as “champions” in order to help them bring the knowledge and skills around trauma and trauma-informed care back to their spots across the state. 

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