Our society is facing an opioid crisis.
But together we can defeat it.
Resources to help health and human services providers, people with SUD and their families and friends, local leaders, and others respond to risks related to polysubstance use.
An approach to create broader access to and community-wide support for best practices in opioid use disorder treatment.
SafeSide Prevention has developed evidence-based workforce education to address suicide risk related to opioid use disorder in rural communities.
Transitions Clinic Network programs address the high rates of overdose mortality among individuals recently released from incarceration and other health risks and challenges these patients face.
The ROADSS program brings lifesaving treatment closer to home in rural communities.
We are working with specific counties in the Appalachian regions of Kentucky, New York, Ohio, and West Virginia as they apply evidence-based practices to fight the opioid crisis, especially related to synthetic opioids.
We also support communities across the U.S. as they find, adapt, and implement programs.
We look forward to connecting with you!