On-Site 365 professionals and medical students participated in our Professionals in Residence and Summer Institute for Medical Student programs, intensive, weeklong on-campus educational opportunities where participants shadow clinicians and patients alike to learn about addiction, treatment and recovery. Online 575 medical students worldwide enrolled in CARE: Course on Addiction Recovery Education. This first-ever online addiction education program for medical students was developed by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in collaboration with MedU, the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), and the Treatment Research Institute (TRI). On the Road 582 attendees learned about addiction, treatment and recovery at our educational symposia and events at universities and other venues in California, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington, DC. The Difference Our Educational Programs Make Students and professionals are evaluated for their understanding of addiction when they apply to participate in our Medical and Professional Education programs, and then again at the end of their weeklong sessions. The goal of our programs is to raise the awareness of participants so that they are able to respond positively to all survey statements.