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OUD Resources for Providers

Professional Resources

Pregnant and Parenting Women with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)

Maternal Opioid Recovery Effort (MORE)

Trauma Informed Care

  • National Council for Behavioral Health Fostering Resilience and Recovery

A Change Package for Advancing Trauma-Informed Primary Care

Health Equity

  • March of Dimes Consensus Statement

BIRTH EQUITY FOR MOMS AND BABIES: Advancing social determinants pathways for research, policy and practice

Stigma

  • March of Dimes – Beyond Stigma

Do your part to reduce stigma (so moms and babies get the support they need)

Professional Online Trainings and Videos
  • Universal Screening

Indiana University SBIRT@IUSM

Course 1: Understanding SBIRT (OBGYN Version) (Introductory)

Pregnant and Parenting Women with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)

  • American College of Obstetricians Webinar

Caring for pregnant and breastfeeding women with OUD

Part 1: Readiness, Recognition, and Prevention

Part 2: Response & Reporting

Part 3: Essentials of Screening

Office Based Opioid Therapy (OBOT)

Trauma Informed Care

  • Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS)

What is Trauma-Informed Care? (introductory)

  • Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS)

Implementing Trauma-Informed Care in Pediatric and Adult Primary Care Settings

  • Relias: Be Attentive

 All Language Matters! Using Trauma Sensitive Language

Health Equity Training

  • March of Dimes Implicit Bias Training for healthcare professionals – CNE/CME available 

“Breaking Through Bias in Maternity Care”

Motivational Interviewing

Stigma and Opioid Use

Council on Patient Safety in Women’s Health – National Collaborative on Maternal OUD

Presentation on Opiate Use Disorder in Pregnancy: Addressing Stigma

SBIRT Toolkit

Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)

SBIRT is an evidence-based practice used to identify, reduce, and prevent problematic use, abuse, and dependence on alcohol and illicit drugs. SBIRT consists of 3 components:

  1. Screening — All pregnant women should be universally screened for substance use/abuse using a brief, validated screening tool; and based on the results, the appropriate intervention/treatment can be determined.
  2. Brief Intervention — For women at moderate risk for substance use problems, evidence supports the effectiveness of a healthcare professional engaging in conversation, providing feedback and offering advice focused on increasing the woman’s awareness about substance use.
  3. Referral to Treatment — If more intensive substance use disorder services are needed, the health care professional provides a quick referral to specialty SUD treatment.

SBIRT Overview

Council on Patient Safety in Women’s Health – National Collaborative on Maternal OUD

From the Education Workgroup – ACOG/ Alliance for Innovation in Maternal Health (AIM) Project OUD Screening

SBIRT Standardized Assessment Forms – recommended for pregnant women

Integrated 5P’s- Original 5P’s questions with 3 additional questions related to tobacco use, emotional health, and domestic violence and brief intervention.

Original 5P’s

CRAFFT – Interview and self-administered versions in several languages (effective with 12-21 year old)

NIDA – Modified Assist online screening tool –  This tool guides clinicians through a series of questions to identify risky substance use in their adult patients. The accompanying resources assist clinicians in providing patient feedback and arranging for specialty care, where necessary, using the 5 As of intervention.

SBIRT Training Online

  • Indiana University SBIRT@IUSM

Course 1: Understanding SBIRT (OBGYN Version) (Introductory)

Brief Intervention

Community Resources

Home visitation – Florida’s Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (FL MIECHV) Program includes Heathy Start, Nurse Family Partnership, Healthy Families, Parents as Teachers. Local agencies offer home visits to expectant and new families in high need communities and work with parents to build their skills and knowledge in their most important role – raising healthy, safe and successful children. Services are provided free of charge to families seeking help.

 

Connect – to make a referral. Connect is the coordinated intake and referral program https://www.healthystartflorida.com/programs-initiatives/connect/

 

Site map of agencies:

https://www.flmiechv.com/florida-home-visiting-sites-map/

 

Housing – more resources coming soon, check back for more information

 

Gateway Jacksonville Recovery Housing

https://www.gatewaycommunity.com/addiction-rehabilitation-recovery-housing/

 

First Coast List of Maternity Homes – Jacksonville area

https://fcws.org/programs/community-resources/maternity-homes/

 

Covenant House Orlando – homeless shelter for youth experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness (ages 18-21 including young parents and their babies). Orlando serves youth in Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties.

https://www.covenanthouse.org/homeless-shelters/orlando-florida

 

Alpha House Pinellas County

http://alphahousepinellas.org/

 

MCC of FL Community Resource Guide – a repository of community resources in the MCC of FL service areas

https://www.magellancompletecareoffl.com/for-members/member-materials-and-tools/find-local-resources/