Addiction Stigma Program

The Weill Cornell/New York-Presbyterian  Program for Substance Use and Stigma of Addiction  is dedicated to combating the negative attitudes that exist towards individuals with substance use disorders.  Our work primarily focuses on understanding the stigma that exists in the medical community towards addiction, but also focuses on stigma that exists in other spaces that should be the safest, such as the home, workplace, and justice system.  With the support of the Brause Family Junior Faculty Assistance Award and Robin Kellner and John Sicher, our team has also created novel interventions to improve this stigma of addiction, with in person and online interventions such as the following:

Assess Your Own Degree of Stigma

Behind the Stigma: Stories of Addiction and Recovery

Substance Use Disorders Video image

Weill Cornell Medicine Program for Substance Use and Stigma of Addiction 1300 York Avenue New York, NY 10065 Phone: (212) 746-3738