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During this session, TELs reviewed the Cohort specific sustainability template and answer questions from grantees ahead of the HRSA due dates in the fall.
This webinar will present the OUD Cascade of Care, explain how to create one for your program and use it to evaluate and sustain your MOUD continuum of care. Learning Objectives: Understand the cascade of care for opioid use disorder (OUD) Define metrics for your OUD cascade of care Use the cascade of care to take action that improves sustainability Target Audience: Implementation I, Implementation II, MAT Expansion, but all cohorts are welcome
Building on Part I of the stigma webinar series and its introduction of a statewide collective impact model for addressing stigma, this webinar delivered the first part of the model that also served as its conceptual framework. This webinar introduced the stages of change and showed grantees how these apply to their target populations. We also discussed how those same principles applied to grantee engagement of community stakeholders and their openness to evidence-based practices that reduce morbidity and mortality related to SUD/OUD.
Posted 4/14/2021 (updated 5/3/2021)
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.
The National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW), a program of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF), prepared this document to support policy makers, administrators, and service providers. The goal of the document is to foster collaborative responses across multiple systems to improve safety, permanency, and well-being outcomes for infants, recovery for their parents, and to meet the needs of families and caregivers.
Posted 4/1/2021 (updated 5/5/2021)
This webinar will introduce attendees to the infrastructure, implementation, impact and adaptation of Regrounding. Our Response, a statewide effort to address stigma through collective impact underway in Maryland and being adapted in West Virginia. Structured around 5 curriculum areas, each addressing a persistent myth instrumental in upholding stigma related SUD/OUD, the content is delivered within the state at no cost by one of the 25 master presenters trained from across regions and sectors—a process being captured by the Association of State and Territorial Health Officers, who are producing a toolkit that is forthcoming.
Posted 4/1/2021 (updated 5/3/2021)
This webinar will provide an overview of COVID-19 impacts and vaccination attitudes among SUD populations in Vermont including people who use drugs, patients receiving MAT, and people in recovery. It will outline the methods undertaken to conduct a community-based survey. It will discuss the barriers and opportunities that arose from analysis of the survey and a subsequent consortium workshop.
Posted 3/23/2021 (updated 5/3/2021)
This webinar provided an overview of the statute and regulations of 42 CFR, Part 2, the federal regulations for confidentiality of substance use records. It provided a brief history of the statute and its original purpose, and the three major revisions to the regulations. It covered the changes to the statute that were made as part of the CARES Act last year and its impact on providers. It covered the issue of applicability of the regulations as they have evolved over the three major revisions.
Posted 3/10/2021 (updated 5/3/2021)
This webinar provided the foundational information necessary to plan and implement effective anti-stigma strategies. We defined stigma and internalized stigma and their impact on vulnerable populations—drug policy, public perception, healthcare access. We then explored relevant resources, helpful tools, and connect with national organizations doing work in this space.
Posted 3/2/2021 (updated 3/1/2021)
This session will walk through the strategic plan template provided by JBS International in the Grantee Onboarding Packet for HRSA RCORP-Planning Grantees. During this workshop style webinar, facilitators will walk grantees through the template section by section, discussing the required elements and providing examples of each section. Grantees will learn how to use their data to determine problem statements, goals, objectives, and outcomes for their strategic plan as well as how to include metrics to successfully track their progress.