The Florida Higher Education Substance Use Disorder Consortium is a multi-university project led by FSU and the National Association of Social Work, Florida Chapter (NASW-FL) and Citrus Health Network, Inc. to develop a science-informed curriculum concentrated on substance use disorder and co-occurring mental disorders.
The FSU CFC Center Consortium is funded by the Substance Use and Mental Health Administration’s two-year Expansion of Practitioner Education grant to assist in updating substance use disorder curriculum among the 11 consortium member universities, with the ultimate goal of working with the Association for Social Work Boards to update their testing methodologies to become more inclusive of substance use disorders and their co-occurring mental disorders.
FSU CFC Center Consortium Member Contacts:
Florida State University – Ellen Piekalkiewicz
Barry University – Dr. Maria Teahan
Florida A & M University – Dr. Jacquelyn McMillan
Florida Atlantic University – Dr. Heather Howard
Florida Gulf Coast University– Dr. Hugh Clark
Florida Memorial University – Dr. Sylvia Boynton
Saint Leo University – Dr. Michael Campbell
University of North Florida – Ross McDonough
University of South Florida – Dr. Vickie Lynn
University of West Florida – Dr. Joseph R. Herzog
Warner University – Dr. Winnifred Whittaker
University of Central Florida – Dr. Barbara Andraka-Christou