Archival Content: 1999-2005
National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. (NDRI)
What is NDRI?
NDRI is a not-for-profit research organization in New York City that focuses on substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, violence, special populations, therapeutic communities, and related areas of mental health, public health, criminal justice, urban problems, HIV prevention, and epidemiology.
NDRI’s Training Institute offers training to individuals and organizations in several ways. For example:
Who can train at the NDRI Training Institute?
All health and human services providers who work with people affected by HIV and AIDS, including, outreach workers, people who deliver HIV testing, prevention case managers, and health care providers.
What topics are covered in NDRI workshops?
NDRI offers a wide range of training workshops that may be useful to outreach workers.
How much do NDRI workshops cost?
CDUHR courses are free. AIDS Institute courses are also free if held within the NDRI’s contractual guidelines with the AIDS Institute. Fees are charged for Special Request trainings.
Where can I take NDRI workshops?
Trainings are held either at NDRI or at organizations that have staff or 25 or more.
Where can I learn more?
National Development and Research Institutes, Inc.
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