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Office Hours with Dr. C is a bi-weekly opportunity held every other Tuesday, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm PST starting February 1. Bring your questions and challenges related to medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) to this open discussion session to receive expert guidance and […]
This online Substance Use Disorders 101 program is an introductory course that provides an overview of substance use disorders, along with evidence-based approaches to prevention, intervention, and treatment. Presented by Oregon State University, this FREE, 12- hour, online training is set up for you to progress […]
This lecture from Kelly Peck, PhD was provided by the University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction on January 13, 2021 as a part of a lecture series called: “Co-occurring Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Substance Use: Epidemiology, Assessment, and Treatment.”  
“Across the nation, a growing number of jails and prisons offer [medication assisted treatment] for OUD resulting in positive outcomes for patients, staff and jurisdictions.” This toolkit walks though the process of planning and implementing a program beginning with finding a champion and preparing for change, […]
This guide from the National Sheriff s’ Association and the National Commission on Correctional Health Care, explores promising practices, guidelines, and resources for medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs based in jails. It is meant to support and inform institutional and community corrections leaders and personnel as they […]
Naloxone saves lives. This video reviews when naloxone is used, how it is administered, and the way it works. English Video:   La naloxona salva vidas. Este video explica cuándo se usa la naloxona, cómo se administra y cómo funciona.  Video en Español   LEARN MORE […]
Curious as to what may happen to you or a loved one when you seek treatment for the first time? There are a couple different assessments that your provider may use. The Provider Clinical Support System had written a great article about to expect and what […]