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.
Advisory: Using Motivational Interviewing in Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Are you using compassionate SUD language?
This is one of a series posters to help organizations teach their employees adopt patient-centered, respectful language when talking to and about individuals with substance use disorder.
ASAM Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Course
Behavioral Health Integration - Substance Use Disorder How-To Guide
Brief Negotiated Interview and Active Referral to Treatment Provider Training Algorithm
Includes a training algorithm that provides a detailed script of how a provider should conduct a brief intervention and referral to treatment, as well as a screening tool for alcohol and other drug use.
CDC Information and Resources on COVID-19 for People with Substance Use Disorder
This page is designed for people who use drugs or have substance use disorder; their friends, family, and loved ones; and the general public.
Certification of Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs)
Checklist of Evidence-Based Recommendations for Caring for Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorder
The following checklist intends to support health care teams in providing evidence-based recommendations for treating pregnant and postpartum patients with OUD. The checklist is divided into five sections, sequenced by timing of presentation to care.