MAT for OUD Tools & Resources
About the Collection
Although the tools were not all created specifically for rural primary care practices, they are potentially used in those, as well as a variety of other settings.
Tools were identified through systematic searches of the published and grey literature, and through focused searches for specific kinds of tools.
It is important to note that these tools do not represent everything that has been developed. Constant streams of new tools are being created.
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.
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.
A site for finding high-quality addiction treatment and taking a self-assessment to find which treatment is right for different people.
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.
This Advisory is based on TIP 27, Comprehensive Case Management for Substance Abuse Treatment. It surveys the underlying principles and models of case management, discusses reasons substance use disorder (SUD) treatment providers might consider implementing or expanding the use of case management, and lists some case management-related resources and tools.