The SBIRT@LUC project will train students, faculty and field educators within the Loyola University Chicago (LUC) School of Social Work, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing and Stritch School of Medicine in screening, brief intervention, referral and treatment (SBIRT) methods. The SBIRT@LUC project will revise and expand LUC's curricula on substance abuse as well as capitalize on existing relationships among the three schools, the expertise of the Institute for Transformative Interprofessional Education, NORC at The University of Chicago and connections between the university and community-based health and mental health care partners to provide interdisciplinary training to students, faculty, and community medical and behavioral health professionals and staff. Annually, SBIRT@LUC will train 1,100 students, 12 faculty and 8 field educators to address the problem of substance use and abuse among racial/ethnic, sexual and gender minority populations. Over a three year period, up to 200 community health professionals and staff from affiliated agency practice sites will be trained in similar content to expand the SBIRT model across the region. The project goals are to: 1) train approximately 3,560 students, faculty, and community health professionals; 2) provide consultation and increase collaboration among community, regional and state partners for the purpose of training students and service providers on SBIRT protocols in accordance with National CLAS Standards; and 3) document and disseminate the SBIRT@LUC program model through its website, conference presentations and technical assistance activities. SBIRT@LUC will infuse existing curriculum with SBIRT-related content. An annual cohort of 30 students will comprise an interprofessional group of SBIRT Ambassadors that will receive field training along with supervision and direct practice with clients, health professionals and staff from partnering agencies to expand capacity for SBIRT within their organizations.