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Quick Response Teams

Dan Meloy and his team shared how they implemented Quick Response Teams in Colerain and in doing so, reduced the number of overdoses, assisted many into treatment and changed the culture in their community.

Drug Free Clubs of America

Drug Free Clubs of America held a rally in Chillicothe, Ohio in November of 2016. At the rally 1,500 students marched from the gym to the courthouse to represent their commitment to being drug free leaders in their community.

Safe Stations

Safe Stations is a service that’s transforming New Hampshire fire stations into non-judgmental locations where people struggling with substance abuse can get connected to help.

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AnchorED

AnchorED is a special program in Rhode Island emergency rooms that connects people admitted for opioid related reasons with trained recovery coaches.

D.A.R.T.

The Drug Abuse Response Team (D.A.R.T.) program aims to make a difference in the opioid epidemic in Western Ohio by aiding in the treatment, education, and support of those suffering from substance abuse, as well as their family and friends.

NaloxBox

Dr. Geoffrey Capraro has developed an emergency kit called NaloxBox that makes Naloxone publicly available to bystander rescuers.

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Phoenix Multisport

Phoenix Multisport is a unique recovery community in Colorado, California, Idaho, and Massachusetts that teaches those struggling with substance abuse the skills and disciplines to stay sober via athletic training.

Suboxone Pilot Program

A new pilot program in Palm Beach, Florida, modeled after a similar program at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, involves a five step process to help those suffering from opioid use disorder get into treatment.

Uber Pilot Program

The St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and Rosary Hall are currently running a pilot program that offers free Uber rides to those in Intensive Out Patient Program (IOP) Treatment to ensure that they aren’t missing meetings.

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PAARI

The Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (PAARI) is a national organization started in Gloucester, Massachusetts by the Gloucester Police Department, dedicated to helping opioid addicts find proper addiction treatment.

SPOT

SPOT (Supportive Place for Observation and Treatment) was made with the goal of preventing fatal overdoses in mind and provides a haven for over-sedated individuals to recuperate, who are mainly poor or homeless.

Text-A-Tip

Teens and Pre-teens struggling with anxiety, depression, or substance abuse can send anonymous texts 24/7 and be responded to by licensed professionals in their own community.

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CRAFT

CRAFT (Coordinated Response to Addiction Facilitating Treatment) is an extension to the long Prevention Point program. Chronic substance abusers are the main target of CRAFT, which diminishes the barriers to accessing treatment by bringing it to them.

ALTO

Alternatives to Opioids Program (ALTO) was born in the emergency wing of St. Joseph’s Healthcare System. Started in 2014, ALTO uses things like harp music as a form of non-opioid treatment or alternative medication.

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Quick Response Teams

Dan Meloy and his team shared how they implemented Quick Response Teams in Colerain and in doing so, reduced the number of overdoses, assisted many into treatment and changed the culture in their community.

Learn More

Drug Free Clubs of America

Drug Free Clubs of America held a rally in Chillicothe, Ohio in November of 2016. At the rally 1,500 students marched from the gym to the courthouse to represent their commitment to being drug free leaders in their community.

Learn More

Safe Stations

Safe Stations is a service that’s transforming New Hampshire fire stations into non-judgmental locations where people struggling with substance abuse can get connected to help.

Learn More

AnchorED

AnchorED is a special program in Rhode Island emergency rooms that connects people admitted for opioid related reasons with trained recovery coaches.

Learn More

D.A.R.T.

The Drug Abuse Response Team (D.A.R.T.) program aims to make a difference in the opioid epidemic in Western Ohio by aiding in the treatment, education, and support of those suffering from substance abuse, as well as their family and friends.

Learn More

NaloxBox

Dr. Geoffrey Capraro has developed an emergency kit called NaloxBox that makes Naloxone publicly available to bystander rescuers.

Learn More

Phoenix Multisport

Phoenix Multisport is a unique recovery community in Colorado, California, Idaho, and Massachusetts that teaches those struggling with substance abuse the skills and disciplines to stay sober via athletic training.

Learn More

Suboxone Pilot Program

A new pilot program in Palm Beach, Florida, modeled after a similar program at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, involves a five step process to help those suffering from opioid use disorder get into treatment.

Learn More

Text-A-Tip

Teens and Pre-teens struggling with anxiety, depression, or substance abuse can send anonymous texts 24/7 and be responded to by licensed professionals in their own community.

Learn More

CRAFT

CRAFT (Coordinated Response to Addiction Facilitating Treatment) is an extension to the long Prevention Point program. Chronic substance abusers are the main target of CRAFT, which diminishes the barriers to accessing treatment by bringing it to them.

Learn More

ALTO

Alternatives to Opioids Program (ALTO) was born in the emergency wing of St. Joseph’s Healthcare System. Started in 2014, ALTO uses things like harp music as a form of non-opioid treatment or alternative medication.

Learn More