Tools and Toolkits

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This is a toolkit from National Congress of American Indians Policy Research Center that provides a wide range of information on the opioid crisis, what tribal communities are doing to address the issue, and access to documents that other communities can use to implement a response. 


This is a website from the University of California, San Francisco that provides tools and resources on the impact of unconscious bias and how to address it. It includes access to the Implicit Association Test, educational resources, and a review of the evidence for this type of training. This training could be especially relevant in the healthcare system. 

This website links to the necessary material for a half-day training on reducing drug-related stigma. Developed by the Harm Reduction Coalition, this training is relevant for community-based direct service staff, caseworkers, therapists, peer advocates, program administrators, medical providers, and all who are interested in understanding and addressing drug-related stigma.

There is a guide, a workbook, a presentation, and video clips as part of the training. 

This is a toolkit from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network that examines the complex intersection of trauma and substance use. Information is tailored to both mental health and addiction treatment professionals. Recommendations for evidence-based treatment for youth and increasing engagement in this population are made. 

This is a toolkit for state Medicaid officials on using Medicaid to advance evidence-based treatment for substance use disorders including how states may monitor and evaluate their selected strategies. Other state strategies are highlighted. 

This is a toolkit developed by a collaboration between Anthem and National Urban League that provides free, ready-to-use opioid awareness and prevention programs and resources to address youth opioid misuse and opioid use disorder. There is a school-based prevention program tailored to middle and high school students, and guidance and materials on implementing community workshop. 

This is a toolkit which offers information and resources for providing whole person care to individuals simultaneously experiencing homelessness and opioid use disorder (OUD). The toolkit outlines a framework titled whole person care which involves looking beyond the individual's specific issue and instead focuses on the intersecting challenges and strengths of the whole person. In addition the toolkit provides important information on the intersection between homelessness and OUD. 

This toolkit offers the support and resources that people with opioid use disorder may need as they navigate housing, employment, and treatment. Each section clearly outlines the rights these individuals hold, how to exercise them, and where to receive more support and resources. It aims to provide the building blocks needed to address discrimination associated with drug use or addiction.