Substance Use 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.
A collection of tools and resources for providers, staff, and patients who offer or use services to address substance use. See the full environmental scan (PDF 0.69 MB) and resources collection (PDF 1.28 MB) in PDF format.
Fentanyl Drug Checking and Screening: Roundtable on Community Perspectives Summary Report
Food and Drug Administration Overdose Prevention Framework
Getting Ahead of a Problem (Spanish Version)
Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) Fast Stats
HCUP Fast Stats provides easy access to the latest HCUP-based statistics for health care information topics. It uses visual statistical displays in stand-alone graphs, trend figures, or simple tables to convey complex information at a glance. Fast Stats is updated regularly for timely, topic-specific national and State-level statistics.
Index to Drug-Specific Information
This FDA page provides an index of over 400 FDA approved drugs and their descriptions. Note that it does not include all FDA approved drugs, but shares other resources to find more information on drugs not included on the list.
Integrating SUD and OB/GYN Care: Policy Challenges and Opportunities Final Report
This report aims to address the treatment opportunities for pregnant and postpartum (or parenting) women (PPW) with substance use disorder (SUD) by describing opportunities to integrate obstetricians and gynecologists (OB/GYN) and SUD care as well as barriers to integrated care delivery.
Margolis-FDA Workshop: Identifying Key Competencies for Opioid Prescriber Education
Medications for Alcohol Use FAQ
Alcohol is the third leading cause of preventable death in the United States, making it a key public health issue. This document is designed to provide information and answer common questions primary care clinicians may have about medications prescribed for the treatment of alcohol use disorder.
Moms in Recovery
Moms in Recovery is a program for pregnant and parenting women who struggle with substance use, and form close relationships with counselors, psychiatrists, midwives, pediatricians, case managers and recovery coaches.