Informational Websites

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This is the website of the National Academy of Medicine's Opioid Collaborative, which provides webinars, discussion papers, and other resources on addressing the opioid crisis.

NEXT Distro is a harm reduction organization that has created an online and mail-based opioid overdose response training platform that facilitates access to naloxone through the mail. In addition, this website has state-level information on harm reduction services and has been essential to naloxone distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

This is a website that has a searchable database of syringe service programs (SSP) across the United States and provides support for new and existing SSPs. 

This federally-funded resource center provides a comprehensive list of resources and research specific to telehealth in substance use disorder treatment

This is a website, operated by the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and funded by SAMHSA, that provides education and training at a local level to provide evidence-based practices in the prevention, treatment, and recovery of opioid use disorders. Technical assistance is available at no cost to all communities. 

This is a website that provides information on opioid litigation and settlements or judgement in cases. Links to resources for evidence-based abatement plans are provided, an historical timeline of settlements is presented, and an overview of ongoing litigation across states, counties, and cities is given. 

This website was developed by the National Association of Counties and empowers local leaders to invest resources from opioid settlements into effective treatment, recovery, prevention, and other public health practices. 

This website from the RAND Corporation provides one-page summaries of published research tailored for policymakers and includes research on prevention, treatment, harm reduction, and special populations. 

The Partnership to End Addiction, which recently merged with the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, is a national nonprofit committed to supporting the whole family addressing substance use and addiction and provides helpful resources for prevention and treatment. 

This website provides vision, leadership, advocacy, and education to facilitate the growth and practice of deflection and pre-arrest diversion in the criminal-legal system, and contains a variety of resources and educational opportunities. 

Prescribe to Prevent was compiled by several naloxone access and overdose prevention advocates. The website provides information and resources on prescribing and dispensing naloxone. 

This is a website from Johns Hopkins University on how to use principles to guide states, counties, and local communities on how to most effectively and efficiently abate the opioid crisis with opioid settlement money. 

This is a website tailored to medical providers treating opioid use disorder, offering education, trainings and webinars, buprenorphine waiver information, and support from addiction specialists. 

This is a website from the research center RAND that serves as a source for innovative research in opioid policy science. Tools and information on responses to the opioid crisis that target a wide range of stakeholders are provided, which includes a database of academic literature

The Recovery Research Institute is a leading nonprofit research institute of Massachusetts General Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, dedicated to the advancement of addiction treatment and recovery through conducting and disseminating research and providing education and outreach. They feature a 'research' section that provides easy-to-read summaries of the latest research. 

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Healthy Communities website discusses the role that communities play in health outcomes, with a focus on social determinants of health, public health, and disparities. 

Shatterproof is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in the United States, with an emphasis on reducing stigma and access to quality treatment. 

The Network for Public Health Law is a website that gives guidance on legal and policy solutions. This link is specific to resources for substance use prevention and harm reduction.