Opioid and Stimulant Use Disorder Prevention for Communities of Color Project
This project is to provide outreach and education to increase community understanding of opioid, stimulant and polysubstance use, reduce stigma, and increase access to treatment services through referrals and partnerships in communities of color.
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Opioid Use and Stimulant Use Education and Outreach in 2S/LGBTQ+ Communities
This project is to implement and strengthen opioid use and stimulant use outreach and community education programs and support increasing access to treatment services through referrals and partnerships in 2S/LGBTQ+ communities.
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California Tribal and Urban Indian Community-Defined Best Practices
To support the integration of cultural and traditional healing practices into opioid use disorder and substance use disorder care for Tribal and urban Indian communities as an integral part of prevention, treatment and recovery activities.
California Tribal and Urban Indian Community-Defined Best Practices Awards (.pdf)
Native MAT Network
To provide opioid use disorder treatment by establishing or strengthening medication assisted treatment services in Tribal and urban Indian communities, with an emphasis on the importance of culture in patient engagement, treatment and recovery.
Native MAT Network Awards (.pdf)
Low-Barrier Opioid Treatment at Syringe Service Programs
To support the integration of opioid treatment services and other harm reduction services into existing syringe service programs to increase the number of sites where opioid use disorder treatment services are available, increase the number of syringe service program participants engaged in treatment, and offer related supportive services such as case management and peer support.
Low-Barrier Opioid Treatment at Syringe Service Programs Awards (.pdf)