The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration, reports that $9 million was awarded from the Biden-Harris Administration to strengthen mental health and expand substance use services in underserved communities. The funds will train additional health care providers to provide care for individuals and families in need of mental health support and services pertaining to substance use, treatment, and recovery. The Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program is just one of the community-based programs that will be utilized to increase the number of trained nurse practitioners and social workers to provide treatments surrounding mental health and substance use.