This presentation slide deck accompanied a COSSAP webinar on building an organizational culture that values pre-arrest diversion, which can be found at https://iir.adobeconnect.com/p75fqqupxzsw/?html-view=false&proto=true.
This 3 page guide discusses building an organization culture that values law enforcement diversion programs for individuals with substance use disorders. The guide defines 3 key elements for creating a culture within law enforcement agencies that supports and values pre-arrest diversion programs:
The State Policy Center for Opioid Use Disorder Treatment and Access website, created by the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), collects work NASHP has done to help states create “no-wrong-door” approaches to opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment including tools and resources for policymaker use.
This toolkit discusses core principles and strategies for creating a recovery community organization, as well as providing examples of the development of existing recovery community organizations.
Colorado’s statewide strategic plan for substance use disorder recovery for 2020-2025 was developed after a review of the literature on evidence-based and promising practices in recovery and consultation with an advisory committee and stakeholder engagement meetings. The report defines and describes recovery as part of the continuum of care and outlines 3 objectives for building up Colorado’s capacity to support recovery:
This guide is designed for local policymakers and civic institutions to improve mental health and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic and includes recommendations and strategies for the immediate crisis and the recovery phase based on the Well Being Trust’s framework.
Recovery organizations have increasingly been focused on engaging their communities to create recovery supportive environments. This collection features the following resources highlighting community programs:
This review looks at evidence and program models for alternatives to hospitalization to treat serious infections in people who inject drugs.
The 16 and Recovering documentary series profiles students attending a recovery high school in Beverly, Massachusetts over the course of a school year. The website includes information on hosting a screening of the documentary as well as links to resources for educators and community members.
This report provides a summary of a qualitative research study on inmate attitudes toward a medication assisted treatment (MAT) program for substance use disorder in the Rhode Island corrections system. Rhode Island implemented a MAT program in its correctional facilities statewide.