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Substance Use Disorders Resources
Check out the presentations from our community partners at the Overcoming Addiction Together workshop held in Northeast Colorado in April 2022.
Contact Erika Greenberg at CAHEC to schedule a training today!
As the opioid and prescription drug misuse and abuse crisis continues to escalate in Colorado and across the nation, communities and organizations are looking for strategies and tools to address the epidemic and protect their communities. To help support them, the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention (the Consortium) has developed a Community Reference. The Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health gave assistance and provided financial support for the project.
Providing occupational health services to farmers and supporting rural health professionals who serve the health care needs of the people working in agriculture.
Learn the impacts of stigma on substance use and access tools to combat it.
The Ultimate Guide to Helping Those in Need of Addiction Recovery from Cannabis and Other Substances
Non-biased treatment, providers, and resources for BIPOC community members.
Information on substance use for college students
A variety of inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for adults with substance use and mental health disorders and specialized teen behavioral health programs.
What Is Substance Abuse Treatment? A Booklet for Families. This brochure answers questions about substance use disorders, their symptoms, different types of treatment, and recovery.
Public awareness campaign that strives to remove damaging labels and stigma that prevent those with opioid addiction from seeking effective treatment.
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) website providing resources to prevent drug misuse among college students.
Addiction and mental health website founded by a board-certified addiction specialist, a long-recovered addict, and spouses of addicts.
An alternative to discipline for professionals with SUD.
Assisted Living for Older Adults with SUD
A series of SUD support websites:
Resources for the BIPOC community.
Resources for the AAPI community.
Through trainings and a clinical mentoring program, PCSS increase healthcare providers’ knowledge and skills of substance use disorders.
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