Mandel School receives award for developing curricula, training initiatives, fellowships to advance services for co-occurring disorders

The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University received the Bronze Key Award, one of the highest honors awarded by the National Council for Alcohol and Drug Dependence to recognize leadership in the field of substance dependence and recovery. This award was presented by local affiliate Recovery Resources, a provider of substance abuse and mental health services in Northeast Ohio. Associate Professor Lenore A. Kola, PhD, of the Mandel School and Co-Director of the Center for EBPs at Case accepted the honor on behalf of the School on November 12. Dr. Kola has over 30 years of experience developing and implementing training initiatives, University curricula, and fellowships that focus on services for people diagnosed with substance use and/or mental disorders.