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As substance use and its progression to impairment, loss of control, and development of substance use disorders is a significant problem for adolescents and young adults, this presentation will provide a more in-depth review of developmentally informed approaches to engaging youth and their families in treatment. In this Part 2, the presentation will provide details on treatment options and developmentally informed approaches to engaging youth and their families in treatment.
Posted 5/4/2022 (updated 5/5/2022)
Data supporting the positive outcomes associated with peer support integration throughout the substance use disorder continuum of intervention and care has led nationally to systems integrating members of this relatively new workforce into their teams. Among most peer certifying authorities, sustained recovery from substance use disorder is one of the requirements to become a peer. Although substance use recurrence or “relapse” is not common among those in sustained recovery, it does happen. This webinar will introduce suggested considerations when attempting to draft model recurrence policy for peer support employers.
The JBS evaluation team will review and provide guidance on the PIMS measures that are most problematic for grantees and the new PIMS measures that are pending OMB approval. They will also highlight ways that consortiums can use their data dashboards to highlight successes and areas for improvement as they work to obtain funding and motivate and engage stakeholders.
Posted 3/14/2022 (updated 3/17/2022)
Substance use and its progression to impairment, loss of control, and development of substance use disorders is a significant problem for adolescents and young adults. This presentation will provide an overview of developmentally-informed approaches to engaging youth and their families in treatment. Learning Objectives: Recognize motivational approaches to working with substance involved youth Identify approaches to engaging families of substance involved youth Speaker: Marc Fishman, MD
This webinar provided RCORP Psychostimulant Support program grantees with the tools to complete a behavioral health disparities impact statement, to support efforts to address populations in rural communities that have historically suffered from poorer health outcomes and health inequities as a part of the prevention, treatment and recovery of psychostimulants.
Posted 11/3/2021 (updated 11/12/2021)
The National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health and Health Care (known as the National CLAS Standards) are intended to advance health equity, improve quality and help eliminate health care disparities by establishing a blueprint for organizations to deliver effective, understandable and respectful services at every point of patient contact. Adoption of the National CLAS Standards will help advance better health and health care in the United States.
Posted 4/14/2021 (updated 9/2/2021)
Learning Objectives Update milestones and due dates for Implementation and MAT Expansion annual RCORP sustainability deliverables. Review the calendar of the upcoming sustainability webinar series Re)Introduce Essential Elements of Sustainability Interventions to help ensure sustainability of prevention, treatment, and recovery activities via insurance, federal, state, and foundation funding.
Posted 11/24/2020 (updated 9/2/2021)
Join your HRSA project officers and JBS TELS as they cover: A review of selected focus areas and prevention, treatment and recovery Strategies chosen by grantees, Using the Collective Impact Approach to develop your consortium, Creating an effective Logic Model and Developing an effective Strategic Plan.
Posted 9/22/2020 (updated 9/2/2021)
The Learning Collaboratives Town Hall took place on September 15, 2020.
Posted 9/18/2020 (updated 9/2/2021)
The National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) hosted the Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B Vaccination Efforts in People Who Inject Drugs webinar last week, September 10, 2020. The session featured Centers for Disease Control and Prevention subject matter experts who discussed the epidemiology of hepatitis A and hepatitis B in people who use and inject drugs and the rationale for the vaccination recommendations. The session also featured several jurisdictions and partner organizations who shared their lessons learned and best practices for reaching and implementing vaccination services in this community.