Program Models

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State-wide treatment provision model that has been associated with increased opioid use disorder treatment capacity

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
  • Replicated
Response Approach
  • Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

Dissemination of opioid prescribing guidelines in a rural county reduced diversion of prescribed opioids

Continuum of Care
  • Prevention
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Cautious Opioid Prescribing
  • Educational

A program model in a hospital in Connecticut that allows clinicians to initiate buprenorphine in the emergency department after opioid-related events and for people seeking treatment

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
  • Replicated
Response Approach
  • Early Intervention
  • Medications for Opioid Use Disorder
  • Overdose prevention
  • Post-overdose response

Under the Affordable Care Act, three states implemented Opioid Health Homes, systems designed to coordinate and improve treatment for opioid use disorder 

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
  • Recovery
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
  • Replicated
Response Approach
  • Comprehensive services
  • Housing, Education, and Employment
  • Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

The first syringe service program in Florida, which is staffed predominantly by medical students from the University of Miami

Continuum of Care
  • Harm Reduction
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Comprehensive services
  • Overdose prevention
  • Syringe service program / Needle exchange

A statewide treatment system to expand the availability of all three forms of medications for opioid use disorder

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
  • Replicated
Response Approach
  • Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

A public education campaign targeting youth and young adults in Rhode Island to reduce stigma and prevent the misuse of opioids among young people

Continuum of Care
  • Prevention
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Early Intervention
  • Educational

A program in New York City to address opioid overdoses with naloxone distribution to non-traditional settings, such as bars and nightclubs 

Continuum of Care
  • Harm Reduction
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Overdose prevention

A program in rural Massachusetts that identifies mothers with opioid use disorder and provides comprehensive services during the prenatal and postpartum period

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Comprehensive services
  • Early Intervention
  • Educational
  • Family Support
  • Medications for Opioid Use Disorder
  • Recovery coaching

An educational intervention in Oregon increased physicians waivered to prescribe buprenorphine

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Educational
  • Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

An effective overdose prevention model in San Francisco that distributes naloxone to the most at-risk populations in the community

Continuum of Care
  • Harm Reduction
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Educational
  • Overdose prevention

A recovery community organization in Greenville, SC creating a face and voice for recovery, providing recovery support services, and using peers to support interventions

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
  • Recovery
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Comprehensive services
  • Educational
  • Family Support
  • Housing, Education, and Employment
  • Outreach
  • Post-overdose response
  • Recovery coaching

An intervention aimed at high-dose opioid prescribing among veterans through guidelines, identifying risk factors, and risk mitigation strategies 

Continuum of Care
  • Prevention
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Cautious Opioid Prescribing
  • Early Intervention
  • Overdose prevention

This promising pilot program in Chicago linked individuals to medications for opioid use disorder following an opioid overdose

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
  • Recovery
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Early Intervention
  • Medications for Opioid Use Disorder
  • Outreach
  • Post-overdose response

A school-based youth prevention program developed in Rhode Island to increase knowledge of opioids and decrease opioid use and misuse

Continuum of Care
  • Prevention
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Early Intervention
  • Educational

Prescription guidelines adopted by Maine hospital emergency departments help to reduce opioid prescriptions and dental pain emergency department visits

Continuum of Care
  • Prevention
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Cautious Opioid Prescribing

Innovative training of service workers in New York City supports effective response to suspected overdoses in public restrooms

Continuum of Care
  • Harm Reduction
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Educational
  • Overdose prevention

Primary prevention strategies in Michigan targeted towards children and adolescents to promote cautious opioid prescribing and increase appropriate disposal of unused prescription opioid medications

Continuum of Care
  • Prevention
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Cautious Opioid Prescribing
  • Educational
  • Family Support

A hospital-based intervention and referral program in Delaware for patients presenting with substance use disorders

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
  • Recovery
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Early Intervention
  • Post-overdose response
  • Recovery coaching

A bilingual, bicultural behavioral health center providing a comprehensive continuum of care that specializes in serving the Latinx community in Massachusetts

Continuum of Care
  • Treatment
  • Recovery
Type of Evidence
  • Peer-reviewed
Response Approach
  • Comprehensive services
  • Housing, Education, and Employment
  • Medications for Opioid Use Disorder
  • Recovery coaching