University of South Florida

The University of South Florida (USF) is a global research university that is committed to developing international partnerships and dissemination of evidence-based approaches in behavioral health and other areas. USF serves more than 47,000 students and has been designated by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as having 'very high' research activity ($459 million in annual research expenditures), and as a 'community engaged' campus. The university offers more than 230 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and is home to the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, and the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, which is a national leader in behavioral health research, education, and training. Coordinating Center for UTC The UTC Coordinating Center for North American Universities at USF collaborates with the Colombo Plan-ICCE and the U.S. Department of State/INL and other partner agencies to disseminate the UTC curriculum within universities in the U.S. and Canada. The Coordinating Center at USF also helps to develop a network of universities that are interested in implementing undergraduate and graduate academic programs for addiction professionals, including programs that incorporate part or all of the UTC curriculum.

United States

Email Address
rhp [at] usf [dot] edu
Point of Contact
Roger H. Peter…
Universal Treatment Curriculum