The TREE Center cultivates the collective passion and responsibility among local state, tribal and national stakeholders to create opportunities for transformative impact to:

  1. Improve behavioral health equity among diverse communities
  2. Nurture community/academic ways of knowing; and
  3. Prepare the next generation for conducting transdisciplinary multi-level intervention research

Our TREE Center is designed to optimize interdependent cooperation and linkages across center investigators, trainees and a larger Community of Practice for Systems and Policy change comprised of university and community partners.


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