Meet the past fellows of the Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program.

Integrated Substance Use Disorder Training Program Fellows 2022-2023

Kayla BlackbarowKayla Blackborow
Social Worker

Kayla completed her undergraduate education at Tufts University and received her Master of Social Work from University of New England in Portland, ME. Prior to and while pursuing her social work degree, Kayla worked in several primary care settings, providing care management support in MGH’s Internal Medicine Associates and counseling in Greater Portland Health’s Healthcare for the Homeless clinic. Kayla is passionate about interdisciplinary collaboration in the care of vulnerable populations and hopes to utilize her fellowship training to provide trauma-informed and compassionate low-barrier care for individuals with substance use disorders.


Jocelyn McAuleyJocelyn McAuley
Social Worker

Jocelyn completed her undergraduate education at Northeastern University and received her master’s in clinical social work at Boston University. Prior to and while attending graduate school Jocelyn worked as a Clinical Care Coordinator at Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program. Jocelyn completed her foundation year placement at the Boston Public Health Commission’s Southampton Shelter working with men experiencing homelessness. For her advanced year placement, she worked at Newton-Wellesley Hospital on their iCMP team and on their inpatient psychiatric floor. Jocelyn plans to pursue a career providing low-threshold care to people with substance use disorders in a community outpatient setting and using a harm reduction model.


Judana (Dana) BennettJudana (Dana) Bennett
Nurse Practitioner

Dana has worked as an addiction nurse for 10 years. She worked for several years as a nurse in the Crisis Stabilization Unit at Bay Cove Human Services and as a School Nurse in the Chelsea Public Schools. She recently graduated as a Nurse Practitioner from Regis College and is looking forward to focusing on substance use disorder treatment during this training year at MGH.