Daniel Burdo, B.A.

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Research Assistant

Daniel Burdo, B.A., serves as a Research Assistant, supporting projects with qualitative and quantitative analysis, writing, and project management support. Currently he assists with DMA’s work on SAMHSA-related evaluations and proposals, including Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC), Certified Mental Health Clinics (CMHC), Massachusetts’ Community Behavioral Health Centers (CBHC), and Medication Assisted Treatment-Prescription Drug and Opioid Addiction (MAT-PDOA) programs. He also assists with projects for the MA Office of the Child Advocate, and MA DPH Bureau of Substance Addiction Services’ Recovery Support Services, and helps to update content on the Careers of Substance website and manage its newsletter. 

Prior to joining DMA in January 2022, Daniel supported consultants connecting elementary and middle schools to social and emotional health curricula, and worked as a case manager for a sober living environment, working with people experiencing co-occurring disorders.  He earned his undergraduate degree from Houghton College in Psychology and Communication, working on intercollegiate psychology research projects.