This report on state strategies to support substance use disorder (SUD) treatment in Federally Qualified Health Centers(FQHCs) describes policy innovations and lessons learned from FQHCs in 5 states: Alabama, Illinois, South Dakota, Virginia and Wisconsin. The toolkit focuses on addressing 6 key challenges: supporting provider capacity; supporting clinic capacity; tackling stigma; reducing administrative, regulatory and technology barriers; using available data; and supporting sustainable reimbursement. The report was prepared during the COVID-19 public health emergency and includes strategies to address challenges from the pandemic. The report includes extensive links to resources and additional information.
Funding Source: Health Resources and Services Administration of the US Department of Health and Human Services
Toolkit: State Strategies to Support Substance Use Disorder Treatment in the Primary Care Safety Net
A report on state strategies to support substance use disorder (SUD) treatment in Federally Qualified Health Centers(FQHCs) from the National Academy for State Health Policy