Substance Use Disorders

High-quality, innovative programs to keep professionals current with the latest research and best practices relevant to their field

UW-Madison Continuing Studies is the premiere professional-development resource for social workers, counselors, and other human-services professionals working to improve the lives of Wisconsin residents. We offer workshops, professional certificate programs, and a conference designed especially for professionals working in substance use disorder treatment, mental health, counseling, FASD, social work, and other human-service professions.

At a glance

What: High-quality workshops, certificate programs, and conferences specifically designed to help human-service professionals grow their knowledge, maintain their certification, help their clients, and advance their careers

Who: Taught by leading researchers, UW-Madison faculty, and qualified professionals specializing in substance use disorders

Certification: Programs meet multiple professional requirements and standards for continuing education

Questions? Contact program coordinator Flo Hilliard at fhilliard@dcs.wisc.edu or 608-265-2679


Upcoming programs
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Featured programs
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