How You Can Help

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Donate By Mail

You can donate by mail.  Please send donations to:

The American Board of Addiction Medicine Foundation
4300 Montgomery Ave, Ste 206
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: 301-656-3880
Fax: 240-762-5422
General Email:

Donate By Phone

You can call us at 1-301-656-3880

Gift are fully tax deductible. The Addiction Medicine Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Contributions to The Addiction Medicine Foundation are tax deductible under section 170 of the Code.

Other Opportunities

Join Our Support Network
Volunteer to help identify individuals, foundations, corporations, or government grants that would support The Addiction Medicine Foundation vital goal of fifty fellowship programs by 2020.

Matching Gifts
Corporate matching gift programs can double, or even triple, your donation. Please consult with your employer for specific matching program details.

Stock Donations
The Addiction Medicine Foundation welcomes individuals who elect to contribute through gifts of stock from public companies. The Addiction Medicine Foundation benefits through the distribution of dividends and / or liquidation of assets at fair market value.

Planned Giving
The Addiction Medicine Foundation recognizes individuals who choose to provide charitable support through their will or other beneficiary designations.


  • Applications for Accreditation now being Accepted

    The National Center for Physician Training in Addiction Medicine is in the process of expanding the education and training of physicians in addiction medicine, with a special emphasis on prevention and screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment (SBIRT), particularly for adolescents and young adults. The Center is directed by Richard Blondell, MD, Professor of Family Medicine at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Applications for Accreditation now being Accepted.

    Program Accreditation Application Form

    Compendium of Educational Objectives

    Program Requirements

    Accredited Residencies

  • Catalyst Role in Addiction Medicine

    One of our goals is to achieve sustainable support for sixty-five (65) resident training programs by 2020, or 125 by 2025.  Our financial resources will be used as a catalyst to create sustainable support at the local level through “seed/empowerment” grants and other activities to advance addiction medicine at each site.  Learn how you can be a part of this important initiative.