Patients & Caregivers

Continuing Care: A Parent’s Guide to Your Teen’s Recovery from Substance Abuse

Source: Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

This Interactive website for parents and caregivers of children and youth with substance use disorder focuses on how to support children and youth after acute treatment in the recovery or continuing care phase. A downloadable PDF version is also available.

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A New Path: Parents for Addiction Treatment & Healing

Source: Parents for Addiction Treatment & Healing

The website for A New Path, an advocacy group of parents, citizens, individuals in recovery, community leaders and health care professionals working to educate the public, media and policy makers about addiction and expand access to treatment. The group has a focus on reducing the stigma associated with

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Recovery Resource Hub

Source: Capacitype

The Recovery Resource Hub is a website that provides help in accessing what patients and caregivers need when accessing treatment for a substance use disorder or in supporting someone in recovery. The website helps find services such as counseling, treatment, housing, or recovery supports with a focus on youth.

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Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) Model

Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

This website describes the Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) Model Medicaid is piloting to improve behavioral health care for children and youth with the goals of improving child outcomes, reducing inpatient hospitalizations and out-of-home placements, and creating alternative funding streams for these services.

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Medication-Assisted Treatment for Adolescents with Opioid Use Disorder

Source: National Judicial Opioid Task Force

This briefing paper from the National Judicial Opioid Task Force presents an overview of medication assisted treatment for youth and young adults with opioid use disorder in the context of the judicial system. Guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Society of Addiction Medicine are briefly reviewed.

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