Jim Dauster is a social work graduate student and SHARP scholar. He’s worked with substance use disorders for years, including SUD counseling in both inpatient residential treatment and carceral facilities, developing farm-based recovery programming, and assisting harm-reduction based participatory research and advocacy projects. He’s passionate about bringing solutions-focused and neurobiologically grounded approaches to SUD treatment. He spends his free time hiking and swimming with his dog and experimenting with herbalism.