In 2017, hundreds of professionals and medical students participated in the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Professionals in Residence (PIR) and Summer Institute for Medical Students (SIMS) programs. During these intensive, weeklong on-campus educational opportunities, participants shadow clinicians and patients alike to learn about alcohol and drug addiction, treatment and recovery. A group of health care providers, social workers, mental health clinicians and other caring professionals participated in Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's May 8-12 PIR program at Hazelden's Center City, Minnesota, campus. In 2017, a total of 22 weeklong PIR sessions were held at Hazelden's Center City and Plymouth campuses, as well as the Betty Ford Center's campus in Rancho Mirage, California, with a total of 185 participants from states across the U.S., as well as Canada, Norway, Argentina, the United Kingdom and the Middle East. Students from 15 medical schools attended the July 3-7 SIMS session at the Betty Ford Center's Rancho Mirage, California, campus. A total of 12 weeklong SIMS sessions were held at the Betty Ford Center as well as at Hazelden's Center City, Minnesota, campus in 2017, with 180 participants from 114 medical schools.