Supporting effective local, state, and tribal responses to the opioid epidemic in order to reduce overdose deaths, promote public safety, and support access to treatment and recovery services in the criminal justice system.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently updated its treatment locator website. The new website allows users to search by zip code and includes specific preferences, such as outpatient facilities, LGBTQ-focused programs, telemedicine providers, and more. Users can also search by the type of payments that are accepted or what type of medication-based treatment is available. Visit the site at www.findtreatment.gov.
The Sesame Street in Communities project offers free resources in a variety of formats (including videos and webinars) for caring adults, community organizations, and service providers to support children’s healthy development and navigation of timely—and often challenging—subjects. A new character, Karli, has been introduced, providing materials and strategies to help sensitively navigate the topic of parental addiction. Learn more at https://sesamestreetincommunities.org/topics/parental-addiction/.
States, territories, and communities are invited to request TTA to meet the specific needs and goals of their communities’ responses to the opioid epidemic. Request TTA
View details of COAP’s national scope and site-based program, including the activities of participating communities, states, territories, and regions. Learn More
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