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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(s): Report/Paper/Issue Brief
Audience(s): Policymakers, States, Communities
Author/Publisher: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Administration for Children and Families
Topic(s): Pregnant/Post-Partum Women & Their Infants
Year: 2016
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: 1.5 MB

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(s): Guide
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Topic(s): Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
Year: 2008
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: 1.4 MB

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(s): Webinar/Video
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Bisaga A. (Providers Clinical Support System)
Topic(s): Medication Considerations
Year: 2016
Resource Type: Video

Aberrant Drug Taking Behaviors Information Sheet

Provides examples of patient behaviors that may indicate prescription medication abuse or addiction and behaviors that may appear aberrant but are likely to be part of the normal process of stabilizing a patient's pain condition.
Format(s): Fact Sheet/Brochure
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: National Institute on Drug Abuse
Topic(s): Assessing & Managing Pain, Screening for Substance Use Disorders/Opioid Use Disorder
Year: 2019
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .09 MB

Accountability Record for Stock Buprenorphine Supplies

Provides a template to track inventory of stock buprenorphine supplies, including patient, quantity dispensed, and manufacturer and lot number.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Other Team Members
Author/Publisher: Providers Clinical Support System
Topic(s): Regulations & Recordkeeping
Year: 2019
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .15 MB

Addiction Behaviors Checklist (ABC)

Uses a 20-item instrument administered in an interview format to track behaviors characteristic of addiction related to prescription opioid medications in chronic pain populations. The instrument is scored based on participant responses, interviewer observations of displayed behaviors, and information gathered from medical chart review.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Naliboff BD, with support from VA Health Services Research and Development
Topic(s): Assessing & Managing Pain, Screening for Substance Use Disorders/Opioid Use Disorder
Year: 2006
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .04 MB

Addiction Severity Index

Uses a semistructured interview to address seven potential problem areas in substance-abusing patients: medical status, employment and support, drug use, alcohol use, legal status, family/social status, and psychiatric status.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers
Author/Publisher: McLellan A., et al.
Topic(s): Screening for Substance Use Disorders/Opioid Use Disorder
Year: 1980
Resource Type: External Link

Adjective Rating Scale for Withdrawal

Assesses the presence of withdrawal symptoms from opioids using a 9-point scale to describe how the patient has been feeling in the past 24 hours.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Bickel WK, et al.
Topic(s): Withdrawal from Opioids
Year: 1988
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .11 MB

Adolescent Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for Alcohol and Other Drug Use: Using the CRAFFT Screening Tool

Explains how to use the CRAFFT tool, which consists of a series of 6 questions developed to screen adolescents age 14 and over for high-risk alcohol and other drug use disorders. Provides the resources needed to efficiently incorporate this tool, brief interventions, and referrals to treatment into routine adolescent visits.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Massachusetts Department of Public Health Bureau of Substance Abuse Services
Topic(s): Adolescents, Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT), Screening for Substance Use Disorders/Opioid Use Disorder
Year: 2009
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: 2.8 MB

Adolescent Substance Use Screening Tools

Provides electronic screening tools for adolescent substance use that triage adolescents ages 12-17 into three levels of risk for SUD based on their report of past year use: no reported use, lower risk, and higher risk.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers
Author/Publisher: National Institute on Drug Abuse
Topic(s): Screening for Substance Use Disorders/Opioid Use Disorder, Adolescents
Year: 2019
Resource Type: External Link

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