Placements with an enhanced curricular focus generally include
classroom seminars or networking sessions. Some may also provide
stipends or awards. A selection of these opportunities is
This initiative aims to increase the capacity of social work and other professions to provide team-based and integrated addictions and behavioral health services to underserved populations in Western New York primary care settings.
Understanding myriad factors affecting mental health is how
social workers can better assist impacted individuals and their
families. Our internship opportunties in evidence-based practice
and recovery treatment models include a stipend and are available
for advanced year students in the Buffalo and Rochester areas.
Trauma experienced at an early age can have long-lasting and
varied effects on children and adolescents. The Core Concepts of
Child & Adolescent Trauma (CCCT) program provides training in
evidence-based interventions that allow social workers to better
address trauma in these populations.