Resources for Health Professionals, Patients and Community
These resources for treating OUD and chronic pain were developed for health professionals, patients, family members and significant others of patients and the general community to learn more about the evidence-based treatment of opioid use disorders and the treatment of chronic pain.
Note: Inclusion on the list does not indicate PCSS, AAAP, or partner organizations endorse any of the resources listed and exclusion in no way implies other resources are not available or valuable.
Clinical Guidance for Treating Pregnant and Parenting Women With Opioid Use Disorder and Their Infants
SAMHSA created this Clinical Guidance to meet an urgent need among professionals who care for women with OUD and substanceexposed infants for reliabl… Read more
The National Council has created a toolkit that provides strategies and tools as well as examples of policy language that addresses the role and contr… Read more
Despite recognition of addiction as a health condition, terminology used in both layperson and scientific publications is often inaccurate and stigmat… Read more
NIDA has launched two brief online screening tools that providers can use to assess for substance use disorder (SUD) risk among adolescents 12-17 year… Read more