Integrating the twelve steps with medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder

Publication TypeBook
SourceHazelden Publishing (2015)
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsSeppala, Marvin D., and Larson Bruce
CityCenter City, MN
SelectionMAT and SU Disorders; Grey Literature; Education & Workforce
AbstractThe use of medications has been integrated with the evidence-based, world-class Twelve Step facilitation model to form the foundation of a unique approach that provides long-term, wraparound services individualized to the needs of patients with opioid use disorders. Integrating the Twelve Steps with Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder: Best Practices for Professionals guides administrators, clinicians, doctors, and nurses in implementing this groundbreaking program at residential and outpatient facilities. Following the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation experience from admission through treatment and recovery services, it shares best practices for helping patients achieve a stable recovery lifestyle with the ultimate goal of abstinence.
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