Tuition and Fees


The training is supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) grant.  Tuition is fully covered for all participants.

The grant supports 15 full scholarships for incoming Chief Residents. This covers the cost of travel and accommodation.  Depending on space, a limited number of Chief Residents will be accepted without a scholarship, and may be able to attend if able to secure their own funding.  

There are a limited number of slots for Faculty Mentors admitted with their Chief Resident.  Mentors are responsible for covering their travel and accommodations. 

A $300 deposit is required from those accepted to the CRIT program to secure placement. The deposit, a check written to “Boston Medical Center,” will be refunded upon completion of the training program.