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The Learning Collaboratives Town Hall took place on September 15, 2020.
The RCORP-TA Policy Academy Town Hall took place on September 1, 2020. Please find the presentation and recording posted here.
Posted 9/4/2020 (updated 9/8/2020)
The RCORP-TA Policy Academy and Learning Collaborative Orientation Webinar took place on August 25, 2020. Please find the presentation and recording posted here.
Guidance from the Centers on Medicare and Medicaid Services provide guidance on how to operate during this current environment and Federal Administration changes.
This Guide on Prevention of Drug Use and Treatment of Drug Use Disorder in Rural Settings was prepared by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Drug Prevention and Health Branch, in the context of the global project Treatnet II: OFID-UNODC Programme to prevent HIV/AIDS through Treatnet Phase II, with the aim of providing an awareness-raising tool and guidance for policymakers, public health officials, local authorities and other stakeholders in dealing with substance use issues in rural settings in their respective countries.
Posted 6/18/2020 (updated 6/19/2020)
This paper includes nine key barriers that prevent access to evidence-based care, including stigma; inadequate clinical training; a dearth of addiction specialists; lack of integration of MOUD provision in practice; regulatory, statutory, and data sharing restrictions; and financial barriers. Action from a number of actors is urgently needed to address this crisis.
Posted 5/27/2020 (updated 5/28/2020)
Please see attached technical modules to help guide you as you work to address the opioid epidemic in your communities. They are a resource for you to identify best practices and implementation models for prevention, treatment, and recovery.
Posted 2/10/2020 (updated 6/15/2020)
The consequences for failing to treat OUD within correctional settings are significant. In addition to risk of overdose, most individuals who receive MAT in the community lose access to treatment upon confinement; studies show these individuals experience extreme stress. Individuals with opioid dependence entering correctional facilities are also at high risk for opioid withdrawal syndrome.
Posted 12/3/2019 (updated 1/9/2020)
The report reviews the current evidence-base for the Collaborative Care Model, essential implementation elements with detailed examples, lessons learned by those who have implemented the model, and recommendations for how to advance its use to better meet the whole health needs people with mental health conditions.