In-Home Addiction Treatment Institute

In-Home Addiction Treatment was developed and first delivered at Aware Recovery Care. Being a relatively new model of substance use disorder treatment, there is much research needed around the IHAT model to determine efficacy and identify enhancements to the current modalities used within the model. Research, in conjunction with improving education about the model and role of a practitioner within it, is required to offer this innovative form of treatment to a wider audience. In 2013, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported that of the 22.7 million Americans suffering from substance use disorder, only 2.5 million accessed treatment. In light of this demonstrated treatment gap and the growing severity of the opioid crisis, it is essential that new treatment methods such as the IHAT model are advanced through research and educational efforts. The In-Home Addiction Treatment Institute offers training opportunities related to the IHAT model to individuals practicing in the substance use disorder treatment field.
How To Register

Speak with your IHAT Institute trainer about registering.