MAT for OUD Tools & Resources  

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A collection of tools and resources for providers, staff, and patients who offer or use medication-assisted treatment (MAT) services. See the full environmental scan (PDF 0.69 MB) and resources collection (PDF 1.28 MB) in PDF format.

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A Collaborative Approach to the Treatment of Pregnant Women With Opioid Use Disorders

Guides States, Tribes, and local communities on best practices for collaborative treatment approaches for women with SUDs. Highlights data on the effects of opioids on pregnant women and the risks and benefits associated with MAT.
Format
Report/Paper/Issue Brief
Audience
Policymakers
States
Communities
Source
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Administration for Children and Families
Year

A Drug Court Clinician's Guide for Linking People to Opioid Treatment Services in Outpatient Offices, Clinics, and Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs)

This pocket guide is designed to help counselors and therapists working with drug court participants refer and link participants to opioid treatment services in outpatient offices, clinics, and Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs).
Format
Guide
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Source
American Society of Addiction Medicine
Year
Resource Type
PDF

A Drug Court Team Member's Guide to Medication in Addiction Treatment

This pocket guide is intended for non-clinical drug court team members (e.g., court coordinators, judges, defense attorneys, prosecutors, parole officers, case managers, peer mentors, recovery coaches). It will describe how the team member can support both the provider and those participants prescribed or considering medication-assisted treatment (MAT).
Format
Guide
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Other Team Members
Source
American Society of Addiction Medicine
Year
Resource Type
PDF

A Guide to Substance Abuse Services for Primary Care Clinicians: Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) 24

Helps clinicians screen their patients for SUDs, conduct brief interventions for patients in the early stages of problem development, and appropriately refer more severely affected patients for indepth assessment and treatment.
Format
Guide
Audience
Medical Providers
Source
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Year

A Primer on Antagonist-Based Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder in the Office Setting

Helps clinicians integrate naltrexone into their practice. Describes the rationale for using naltrexone in contrast to agonist approach, guidelines to select appropriate patients, clinical strategies to initiate treatment, safety concerns and management of side effects, and managing common clinical problems emerging during treatment with naltrexone.
Format
Webinar/Video
Audience
Medical Providers
Source
Bisaga A. (Providers Clinical Support System)
Year