The JEAP Initiative, funded by NIDA (R24DA051950), aims to advance research on recovery support services for emerging adults and justice-involved adults.
Training Opportunity: The JEAP Initiative Training Institute is a virtual two-year training and mentoring program, starting in summer 2023, for early career investigators interested in becoming NIH-funded researchers focused on recovery support services. All JEAP Initiative opportunities prioritize individuals with lived experience and/or from underrepresented backgrounds. Check the JEAP Initiative website in mid-March for the details! Learn more about the current Trainees: https://www.jeapinitiative.org/pilot-studies/
Takeaways on Forum Series about Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD): The JEAP Initiative held a three-part forum series on the barriers and facilitators to MOUD. This recap highlights key takeaways: https://www.jeapinitiative.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/MOUD-Forum-Series-Recap.pdf
Join the JEAP Initiative at the Academic and Health Policy Conference on Criminal Justice Health: Join the JEAP Initiative at this conference, organized by the Academic Consortium on Criminal Justice Health, in Raleigh, NC on April 13-14. The JEAP Initiative will facilitate two presentations: “Nothing About Us Without Us: Integrating the Expertise of People with Lived Experience Across the Research Continuum” and “Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) in Action: Bringing the Expertise of Lived Experience with the Legal System into the Research Process.”