Faces & Voices of Recovery is a non-profit organization that organizes individuals in recovery and their allies to support recovery through advocacy, education, and leadership.
The Anchor Recovery Community Center is an organization run by people with lived experience of addiction and recovery and their allies that provides a number of services in the City of Providence and the State of Rhode Island.
The Hillsborough Organization for Progress and Equality (HOPE) is a multi-issue, grassroots community organization of 23 multicultural and interfaith congregations in Hillsborough county, Florida. HOPE engages and trains community members to identify problems experienced by families and community residents, convenes meetings with local experts and decision-makers to understand community problems and identify solutions, and engages with decision-makers to implement solutions and hold them accountable for change.
The website for Prevent Overdose Rhode Island serves as a centralized source for information about Rhode Island’s multifaceted response to the drug overdose crisis. The site includes the state action plan, information about prevention, overdose rescue efforts including naloxone, treatment services, and recovery support services.
This website explains the substance use disorder (SUD) treatment programs administered by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Detailed on the site are the 4 programs offered by the Federal Bureau of Prisons:
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) website on behavioral health equity for American Indian and Alaska Native individuals and communities provides information about federal programs and initiatives designed for these populations, reports and issue briefs, and links to SAMHSA data projects and relevant external resources. Funding Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) website for behavioral health equity for Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander individuals and communities provides information about federal programs and initiatives designed for these populations, reports and issue briefs, and links to SAMHSA data projects and relevant external resources.
This toolkit assists practitioners with incorporating medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) into treatment court settings. NADCP’s drug court best practice standards already require treatment courts to provide MOUD when it is medically indicated and prohibits require participants to discontinue medications as a condition of entry or graduation.
This commentary piece describes the effect the 2021 winter storm Uri had on the addiction treatment network in Austin, Texas and the significant challenges patients faced in maintaining access to medications to treat opioid use disorder.
This 4 page issue brief addresses the need for effective substance use disorder treatment for pregnant and parenting women and describes 3 programs developed to serve this population: