The HBF Research Library
About this Site
The HBF Online Library is a rich set of resources designed to serve students, faculty and staff of the Graduate School. While there are parallel sites that serve employees of the HBF Foundation, these pages are organized to provide you with the resources you need to succeed in your work at the Graduate School.
Please do not limit yourself to only those resources which are free, full-text, and downloadable in your own searches. Instead, choose the best resources from the literature on your topic, and ask for assistance to gain access to materials you cannot retrieve on your own.
On this page, you will:
learn how to contact the librarian for research support
learn how to use this site
have access to a list of frequently asked questions
access the various library pages
Ann Geht, MLS
Librarian of the Hazelden Betty Ford Addiction Research Library
Office phone: (651) 213-4093
Mobile/Text: (231) 774-6209
Library hours: 9:00am-4:00 pm*(Central) Monday - Friday
Ann also available by mobile/text/email/video conference in the evening by appointment only.
Ann Geht, Librarian of the Hazelden Betty Ford Addiction Research Library, is happy to assist you with your research: selecting helpful search terms, suggesting the best databases to search, gaining access to research materials behind paywalls, and correctly formatting citations for your research papers.
*Please note that the library may be occasionally closed for meetings & conferences. Ann’s Outlook Calendar is publicly viewable and includes up-to-date information.
How to Use the Library Site
The pages on this site are designed to be easy to use, but if you want a quick introduction, this video is for you. In this video, you will be introduced to each of the HBF Online Library site's key pages. Take a few minutes to learn what the library site has to offer you. The transcript is also available to you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Click on the image to see answers to many frequently asked questions.
If you have a question that isn't answered, contact the librarian.
The library site is organized around seven pages. These are listed in the HBF Online Library dropdown menu at the top of each page and include the following (click on the image to open the page).
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