PUBLIC HEALTH UPDATE: As the situation with COVID-19 rapidly evolves, SAMHSA is promoting the use of evidence-based resources and practices related to the virus. PCSS has collected a variety of resources you may find helpful while we all navigate this difficult healthcare crisis. PCSS also offers a discussion forum moderated by addiction specialists where health professionals can post questions and receive answers from clinical experts and other colleagues. For questions or concerns, email pcss@aaap.org.

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PCSS Mentoring Program

PCSS provides clinical mentoring aimed at improving providers' confidence and skills in treating opioid use disorder and pain.

Simulated Training: Talk About OUD with Your Patients

Talk About Opioids Simulation

Talk About Opioid Use Disorder with Your Patients: A Clinical Practice Simulation is a 30-minute interactive case-based training simulation offering best practices and evidence-based communication strategies to better equip primary care providers to address the needs of patients with opioid use disorder (OUD).

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Warm Hand-Off from ORN to PCSS Helps New York Practice Develop OUD Treatment Implementation

Warm Hand-Off from ORN to PCSS Helps New York Practice Develop OUD Treatment Implementation

Madeline Haas, MD, a primary care provider for Albany Family Medicine, wanted to increase the number of opioid use disorder patients the practice treats, so she turned to the Opioid Response Network (ORN). ORN, a grant funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), provides localized technical assistance (TA) to state agencies, healthcare systems, communities and individuals.

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