In light of the alarming increase in opioid overdose deaths in 2020, it is vitally important to understand the clinical and psychosocial services available to treat people with opioid use disorder (OUD).
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Availability of Clinical, Counseling, and Ancillary Services in Facilities that Provide Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use DisorderJun 30, 2021
Changes in the Availability of Community-Based Mental Health Care for Various Population Groups from 2014 to 2020Jun 30, 2021
This brief uses data from the National Mental Health Services Survey (N-MHSS), a census of specialty mental health treatment facilities in the United States.
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In this study, we develop a type of systems map-a causal loop diagram-to display a high-level, holistic depiction of some of the interconnected relationships between opioid use disorder, parenting, social determinants of health, family health and environment, and children's health and well-being.
Building COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence: Compiling Evidence and Supporting Communities in Vaccine Acceptance and DistributionFeb 17, 2021
The president’s National Strategy goal to vaccinate the U.S. population quickly, effectively, and equitably requires wide-scale, unbiased distribution and access, and public confidence in the safety of the vaccine and the vaccination effort.
Using a Systems Thinking Approach to Address the Opioid Epidemic in GeorgiaOct 31, 2019
This book chapter describes the application of systems thinking and the use of an opioid systems map to addressing response to the opioid epidemic in Georgia.