PUBLIC HEALTH UPDATE: As the situation with COVID-19 rapidly evolves, SAMHSA is promoting the use of evidence-based resources and practices related to the virus. AAAP has collected a variety of resources you may find helpful while we all navigate this difficult healthcare crisis. For questions or concerns, contact us.
Ways to get involved
Become part of a growing and scientifically robust community of Addiction Psychiatrists committed to evidence-based practices and expanding the visibility and role of Addiction Psychiatrists.
AAAP's Annual Meeting, Addictions and Their Treatment Course, and Advanced Addiction Psychopharmacology Course provide the latest advances in research and clinical practice.
ABPN offers certification in the subspecialty of Addiction Psychiatry to physicians who have completed accredited residency programs in general psychiatry.
Donations will help us to further our goals and attend to issues of general interest to membership..
AAAP has been on the forefront advocating for our membership, but also for the patients they treat through involvement in developing national policy.
The American Journal on Addictions (AJA)
The official journal of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. The Academy encourages research on the etiology, prevention, identification, and treatment of substance use disorders; thus, the journal provides a forum for the dissemination of information in the extensive field of addiction.
Learn more about AAAP
AAAP offers a variety of educational resources to help physicians and health professionals provide the highest standards of care to their patients.
AAAP is the lead organization directing SAMHSA grants with a coalition of national professional organizations nationwide.
Helpful materials for clinicians as well as patients and families on treating substance use disorders.
AAAP has an active and vibrant selection of committees. Getting involved is always rewarding and a great way to meet new colleagues and network.
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