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Fall 2022

The Justice and Emerging Adult Populations (JEAP) Initiative is a NIDA-funded project (R24DA051950) that aims to advance research on the effectiveness of peer recovery supports and recovery residences for emerging adults and justice-involved adults with substance use disorder. Our work is guided by three Community Boards composed of individuals with lived experience and/or professional experience. These Community Boards recently developed research priorities to stimulate new research on recovery support services, and we’ve developed a toolkit summarizing the Community-Based Participatory Research methods used to develop these priorities. See both here:

One of the goals of the JEAP Initiative is to increase the number of skilled early career investigators focused on recovery support services research, with an emphasis on individuals with lived experience and/or from underrepresented backgrounds. Learn more about our Postdoctoral Fellowship here:

Our upcoming virtual forum series “Exploring Barriers and Facilitators to the Use of Medications for Opioid Use Disorders (MOUD)” is designed to inspire investigators to conduct new or expanded research on the barriers and facilitators of the use of MOUD. Individuals with lived experience and providers of MOUD also are encouraged to attend. See more details and register here:

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