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The PATH program was created to reduce or eliminate homelessness for individuals with serious mental illnesses and/or co-occurring substance use disorders, who are experiencing homelessness.
The Opioid Response Network (ORN) helps support the integration of racial equity across substance use prevention, treatment, recovery, and harm reduction.
Addressing the Stigma Around Substance Use Disorders” aims to help educate judges and court staff on the latest research on the intersection between addiction and criminal justice stigma. Participants will learn about the different types of stigma, the social construct of stigma at structural and individual levels, and innovations to respond to sigma in health and justice settings. This training is approximately 30 minutes in length. A certificate of completion is provided.
Resource finder for local rent assistance and other bills.
Explores a study on the potential effect long-acting buprenorphine injectables.
Explores the effect changes to methadone treatment protocols for opioid use disorder in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have had on access to treatment in rural areas.
Article that outlines ten common Child Welfare misconceptions that may produce policies and practices that harm children.
Information about Law Enforcement-Mental Health Learning Sites
Review stress factors, the toxic stress of poverty, the correlation between stress and alcohol and substance abuse, and the protective nature of community on stress resilience.
Discusses case example of smart app use on iPad in the field for law enforcement to access mental healt hservices on the spot for client.