This course provides social workers with an overview of core clinical practices and competencies required to work effectively within an integrated healthcare system. After learning the fundamentals of what constitutes an integrated healthcare system, you will gain key insights regarding how social workers can serve as part of a holistically-oriented integrated healthcare team. Didactic information is complemented by specific examples regarding clinical approaches in order to give you actionable take-aways which you can apply in your own setting. In 2012, the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS), run by the National Council for Behavioral Health, launched a partnership with the National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work (NADD) and the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). This partnership led to the creation and pilot of the Policy and Practice in Integrated Care courses at 28 colleges and universities across the country. The in-person format, which was distributed widely to the field through NADD and CSWE networks, remains available and is offered at multiple institutions nationwide. With additional funding from the New York Community Trust, the project was further expanded to include development of the courses in an online format available at no cost to participants through Relias Learning.