We are Florida's school for professionals working in the field of substance use and other behavioral health disorders. For 33 years FSAS has offered in-depth practical training, unique classroom experiences, and networking with other professionals around the state and region.

FSAS offers an annual four-day school in Tampa, and regional trainings in other locations throughout the state, including Tallahassee and Jacksonville.

Our mission is to provide high-quality, low-cost training, with a focus on the staff providing direct services to people with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders.


FSAS in 2015!

Save the dates, October 11th through the 15th, for the 2015 Florida School of Addictions Studies in Tampa. We'll be at the Springfield College Campus, 10117 Princess Palm Avenue. Enjoy several new courses as well as old favorites, plus great food, networking, scholarships, and the spirit of recovery! Visit our website for updates on courses for the annual and regional schools in 2015!


Check out What's New!
Links to upcoming classes and other training:

Annual School provides a list of courses planned for our annual school in Tampa, October 2015. This guide provides an overview of our 5-day schedule and how you might plan your CEU curriculum with individual courses, workshops, full-tracks and mini-tracks.**

Regional School give information about our regional trainings throughout the state.  FSAS comes to you!

Scholarship information tells you how to apply for assistance to attend an FSAS training event.

Locations, Directions, and Hotels gives the 4-1-1 on where to find us and our affiliated hotel.

About FSAS shares the backstory on the School and how the Spirit started!

Get Involved is where to find out how to become an instructor, scholarship donor, or exhibitor.

Board of Directors links you to the people behind the 2014 school.

Register Online is your quick link to signing up for classes!

**Classes listed are subject to change. All of the proposed training is tentative and subject to trainer availability and sufficient enrollments for each scheduled event.