Research Projects at Salvation Army Harbor Light Residential Substance Use Treatment Center in Northeast Washington, DC
UMD Psychology has a longstanding clinical and research partnership with Salvation Army Harbor Light Residential Substance Use Treatment Center in Northeast Washington, DC. Prior NIH-funded trials at this site include:
Effectiveness trial evaluating a group-based behavioral activation intervention to reduce substance use treatment dropout and depressive symptoms (NIDA; 2010-2012; PI: Magidson)
Project evaluating factors explaining the relationship between depression and HIV medication adherence among individuals living with HIV/AIDS (NIDA: 2012-2013; PI: Magidson)
Collaborations at Salvation Army Harbor Light could allow for opportunities for staff and graduate students to be involved in clinical interviewing, primary data collection, secondary data analysis, and future pilot projects and grant submissions.