This report provides an overview of the National Judicial Opioid Task Force (NJOTF) work on courts and the country’s addiction crisis. The NJOTF was created by the Conference of Chief Justices and the Conference of State Court Administrators to lead state court efforts to address the opioid and addiction crises in the United States.
Transforming Youth Recovery is a 501(C)3 non-profit that supports research into effective programs for youth wellness and recovery and supports communities as they implement effective youth recovery programs.
This website features videos about youth recovery from the non-profit Transforming Youth Recovery. The videos feature personal stories about youths in recovery with a focus on collegiate recovery programs. One series of videos is hosted by former Miss USA and recovery advocate Tara Conner who shares her own experience with addiction and recovery. Note: these videos discuss traumatic events individuals have experienced and may be triggering for some viewers.
This 2015 report from Transforming Youth Recovery looks at alcohol and drug prevention programs for K-12 students in the United States. The first section of the report describes the historical experience of drug prevention efforts in educational settings in the U.S.
This report from Transforming Youth Recovery reports the findings of a 2017 survey of collegiate recovery programs in the United States. Responses from 118 schools are reported with a focus on describing how the program is defined, the specific focus of the program, and additional services offered.
This 6 page document describes the 38 key assets that can be used to create a collegiate recovery program. Produced by Transforming Youth Recovery, the assets were identified through a survey of 91 collegiate recovery programs in the United States.
This report from Transforming Youth Recovery provides a roadmap for building capacity to serve students in recovery from a substance use disorder on college campuses. The report describes a continuum of 6 steps students and their supporters can take to build and support campus recovery programs.
This report from Transforming Youth Recovery (TYR) looks at recovery services at community colleges in the U.S. TYR was interested in expanding the recovery support services and resources available to community college students.
The authors of this open-source journal article looked at whether the enactment of policies that penalized substance use in pregnancy was associated in changes in the rates of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) reported in those states.
This case study on the Indianapolis, Indiana police department’s Mobile Crisis Assistance Team (MCAT) was produced by the National League of Cities as part of their series on local efforts to address the interrelated challenges of mental illness, substance use, and homelessness.