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PCSS Resources

SUD 101 Core Curriculum
The 22 modules provide an overview of evidence-based practices in the prevention, identification, and treatment of substance use disorders and co-occurring mental disorders.

SUD for Non-Clinical Staff
A 4 module introductory course on substance use disorders designed for all staff working within your health care setting, from the administrative staff at the front desk, all clinical staff, and even the CEO. The goal is to provide a better understanding of substance use disorders and the basics on how to prevent, identify, and treat them. Each module includes clinical case discussions.

PCSS Implementation Program Resources

PCSS Video Library
PCSS has developed a library of videos on a variety of clinical topics that can be useful in your practice and to share with your patients.

Other Resources

Opioid Response Network (ORN)
Another SAMHSA-funded program

AMA, Manatt Health unveil toolkit to combat drug overdoses
State Toolkit to End the Nation's Drug Overdose Epidemic: Leading-Edge Actions and Strategies to Remove Barriers to Evidence-based Patient Care

The AMA and Manatt Health release a toolkit to guide states on removing barriers to evidence-based patient care.
To ensure access to evidence-based treatment, the toolkit recommends states expand treatment of opioid use disorder in Medicaid and commercial insurance and remove barriers, such as prior authorization and other utilization management policies. Additionally, treatment must address disparities and the needs of all patients equitably, including vulnerable populations. The toolkit also highlights the importance of enforcing laws on mental health and substance use disorder parity, telehealth, and access to the full continuum of pain care options. States have taken several approaches to making naloxone, the overdose reversing drug, more affordable and available. Download the Toolkit (PDF).

Hear from ACEP's Pain Management and Addiction Medicine Section experts on a variety of topics including:

IHS Toolkit

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