1. Enhance Collaboration among Medical, Behavioral & Social Services for Mothers with SUDs
  2. Enhance the Processes and Capacity to Taking a Holistic Approach to Care Coordination
  3. Expand the Development & Use of Centrally Managed Personal Care Pathways
  4. Improve Affordable & Supportive Housing Options for People in Recovery
  5. AAA Safe Rx Storage Program
  6. About the OCRH
  7. Accelerate the Development of New MAT Approaches
  8. ACES Brainstorm
  9. Acupuncture
  10. Acupunture-Based Approaches
  11. Add to Other Objectives
  12. Additional Info on Angel Program
  13. Additional Info on Buprenorphine
  14. Additional Info on Butrans
  15. Additional Info on Cancer treatment programs that rely on genomic testing
  16. Additional Info on Exparel
  17. Additional Info on Fentanyl
  18. Additional Info on FRAMES
  19. Additional Info on Gene Allele Variability
  20. Additional Info on Grey Death
  21. Additional Info on LEAD
  22. Additional Info on Methadone
  23. Additional Info on Motivational Interviewing
  24. Additional Info on Naloxone
  25. Additional Info on Naltrexone and Vivitrol
  26. Additional Info on Ofirmev
  27. Additional Info on Opioid Mapping Initiative
  28. Additional Info on PDSE Toolkit
  29. Additional info on Suboxone
  30. Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  31. Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  32. Adopt Harm Reduction Practices in Prisons
  33. Adopt Key Legislative & Policy Changes to Address the Opioid Crisis
  34. Adopt Universal Screening for Pregnant Women
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  36. Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  37. Background on the Problem
  38. Become a Trauma-Informed Community
  39. Brainstorm Organization
  40. Brainstorming
  41. Build Skills of People to Support Future Success
  42. California Health Care Foundation
  43. Chiropractic Care
  44. Coalition Parner - Insurance Companies
  45. Coalition Partner - Faith Communities
  46. Coalition Partner - Local Health Departments
  47. Coalition Partner - Nurses
  48. Coalition Partner - Pharmacist
  49. Coalition Partner - Physician
  50. collaborative community approach to a men's shed
  51. Community Chess Needs Assessment
  52. Community Safe Storage Campaign
  53. Community-based Chess Program Development Strategy Map
  54. Contact Us
  55. Coordinate & Improve Efforts to Reduce Illegal Sales of Opioids
  56. CP - Improve Access to Treatments that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  57. Create Recovery-Ready Communities
  58. Current Playing ACES CHESS Community Partners
  59. Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  60. Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  61. Details for a Self-Funding Safe Storage campaign
  62. Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  63. Distribute Naloxone with Prescriptions for High-Risk Patients
  64. Educate the Community on Opioid Risks & Alternatives
  65. EI - Chiropractors Raising Awareness
  66. EI - Criminal Justice & Access to Overdose Treatment
  67. EI - Employers Raising Awareness
  68. EI - Faith Communities Raising Awareness
  69. EI - Government & Access to Overdose Treatment
  70. EI - Harm Reduction Programs & Access to Overdose Treatment
  71. EI - Law Enforcement & Access to Overdose Treatment
  72. EI - Medical Examiners & Access to Overdose Treatment
  73. EI - Pharmacies & Access to Overdose Treatment
  74. EI - Prescribers & Access to Overdose Treatment
  75. EI - Professional First Responders & Access to Overdose Treatment
  76. EI - Recovery Communities & Access to Overdose Treatment
  77. EI - Treatment Providers & Access to Overdose Treatment
  78. EI - Universities & Access to Overdose Treatment
  79. Eliminate Counterfeit Prescriptions
  80. Eliminate Insurance Company Prior Authorization for MAT
  81. Eliminate Pill Mills
  82. Empower & Strengthen Parents
  83. Enable Crowd Funding
  84. Enable People who Start Misusing Opioids to Quickly Quit
  85. Engage Healthcare Professionals to Address the Opioid Crisis
  86. Engage Youth to Improve Communication & Prevention
  87. Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  88. Enhance Collaboration among Medical, Behavioral & Social Services
  89. Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  90. Enhance Efforts to Get Women of Reproductive Age with OUD's into Treatment
  91. Enhance Efforts to Get Women of Reproductive Age with OUDs into Treatment
  92. Enhance Processes & Capacity to Taking a Holistic Approach
  93. Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  94. Enhance Treatment During Incarceration
  95. Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  96. Expand & Enhance Chronic Pain Prevention & Management
  97. Expand & Enhance Drug Courts
  98. Expand & Enhance Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
  99. Expand Access to Less Addictive Pain Medications
  100. Expand Access to MAT for Pregnant Women
  101. Expand Access to Naloxone Kits
  102. Expand Access to Optimized Medication-Assisted Treatment
  103. Expand community engagement to improve MAT
  104. Expand Community Service Alternatives to Incarceration
  105. Expand Contaminated Needle Collection Programs
  106. Expand Crisis Services to Handle OUD Calls
  107. Expand DNA Testing to Improve Precision MAT Therapies
  108. Expand Efforts to Disrupt the Supply of Heroin & Synthetic Opioids to the Community
  109. Expand ER & Healthcare Handoffs to Treatment
  110. Expand Fentanyl Testing Options
  111. Expand Harm Reduction Practices Associated with Opioid Misuse
  112. Expand Human Resources Adoption of Trauma-Informed Practices & Policies
  113. Expand Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs
  114. Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  115. Expand Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant Women
  116. Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  117. Expand Perinatal Treatment for Women with SUDs
  118. Expand Positive Recreation Opportunities
  119. Expand Preconception Motivational Interviewing
  120. Expand Prescription Drug Take-back & Disposal Program
  121. Expand Professional Training on Administering Naloxone
  122. Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Management
  123. Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Prevention
  124. Expand Programs Similar to the Angel Program
  125. Expand Programs to Reduce Needle-Transmitted Diseases Among Opioid Users
  126. Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  127. Expand Reproductive Services in Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  128. Expand SBIRT in Maternity Care Clinics
  129. Expand SBIRT Program
  130. Expand School Prevention Programs
  131. Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy or Pregnancy During Opioid Use
  132. Expand the Development & Use of Centrally Managed Personal Success Pathways
  133. Expand the use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  134. Expand Training of Citizens to Administer Naloxone
  135. Expand Training to Grow & Improve the Treatment Workforce
  136. Expand Trauma-Informed Practices in Law Enforcement & Corrections
  137. Expand Trauma-Informed Practices in Schools
  138. Expand Use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  139. Get Funding for Data Integration Infrastructure & Process Enhancements
  140. Health Plans and Insurance Companies
  141. Hepatitis C Information
  142. here
  143. Highlight Positive Role Models & Pathways
  144. Implement Administrative Processes for Data Sharing
  145. Implement Data Sharing Technology
  146. Implement PDMPs in Every State to Prevent Increased Diversion in States without PDMPs
  147. Improve & Appropriate Shared Comprehensive Assessments
  148. Improve & Expand Screening for Risk Factors & Testing for Misuse
  149. Improve Access to Jobs for People in Recovery
  150. Improve Access to Naltrexone Related Treatment Approaches
  151. Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  152. Improve Access to Recovery Coaches
  153. Improve Access to Recovery Coaches for Mothers of Babies
  154. Improve Access to Recovery Coaches for Mothers of Babies with NAS
  155. Improve Access to Treatments that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  156. Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs & Opioid-Related Coalitions
  157. Improve Alignment among Funders Working to Address the Opioid Crisis or Related Issues
  158. Improve Allocation of Funding to Improve Community Impact
  159. Improve Awareness of MAT Prescribers & Payment Options
  160. Improve Built Environments for Pro-Social Activities
  161. Improve Care for Babies Born Drug Dependent
  162. Improve Collaboration Among Government & Healthcare Organizations
  163. Improve Collaboration among State Agencies & with Policymakers
  164. Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  165. Improve Data & Analysis on All Aspects of Opioid Crisis
  166. Improve Detection & Treatment of Mental Health Conditions
  167. Improve Ease of Use of PDMPs for Physicians
  168. Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  169. Improve Family Well-Being & Reduce Foster Care Costs
  170. Improve Family Well-Being & Reduce Foster Care 
  171. Improve Identification & Data Collection for NAS
  172. Improve Information on Treatment Program Quality & Results
  173. Improve Insurance & Pharmacy Policies & Practices
  174. Improve Integration of PDMP Data with Surveillance Data
  175. Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  176. Improve Job Opportunities
  177. Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  178. Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPs
  179. Improve Mental Health Services for Women of Reproductive Age
  180. Improve Multi-Faceted Post Treatment Support & Social Integration
  181. Improve Non-Prescription Access to Sterile Syringes through Pharmacies
  182. Improve PDMP Integration with Hospitals & Clinics
  183. Improve PDMP Integration with Hospitals & Clinincs
  184. Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  185. Improve Prescribing Practices
  186. Improve Professional Training on Opioids & Alternative Pain Management Approaches
  187. Improve Protective Factors to Minimize Desire to Misuse Opioids
  188. Improve Public Understanding on the Value of MAT
  189. Improve Re-Entry After Incarceration for People with SUDs
  190. Improve Research Access to PDMP Data
  191. Improve Safe Medication Options for Pregnant Women
  192. Improve Safe Storage of Prescription Drugs
  193. Improve Screening for Infectious Disease among Opioid Users
  194. Improve Social Connection
  195. Improve Support Accessing Prenatal Care for Women with SUDs
  196. Improve Supportive & Affordable Housing Options for People in Recovery
  197. Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  198. Improve Treatment & Enable Recovery for People with SUDs
  199. Improve Use of Methadone Maintenance
  200. Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Patients Misusing Opioids
  201. Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Providers who OverPrescribe Opioids
  202. Improve, Align & Integrate Relevant Collective Impact Efforts
  203. Improving Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  204. Increase & Enhance Resources to Support Families
  205. Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  206. Increase & Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  207. Increase Access to Alternative Therapies to Treat Pain
  208. Increase Access to Contraception
  209. Increase Access to Family Planning & Preconception Care for Women who Use Opioids
  210. Increase Access to Needle Exchanges
  211. Increase Awareness of the Risks & the Crisis
  212. Increase Awareness of the Risks of Opioid Use & NAS for Mothers with SUDs
  213. Increase Awareness of Treatment, Recovery & Support Services
  214. Increase Efforts to Detect Fentanyl Coming Into the Region
  215. Increase Electronic Prescribing
  216. Increase First Responder Access to Naloxone
  217. Increase Interstate Exchange of PDMP Data
  218. Increase Involvement in After-School & Faith-based Activities
  219. Increase Law Enforcement Efforts to Reduce Illegal Opioid Sales
  220. Increase Opportunities for People to be Prescribed Buprenorphine
  221. Increase Positive Adult-Child Relationships
  222. Increase Public Awareness on the Value of Naloxone
  223. Increase Resources to Address the Opioid Crisis
  224. Increase Standing Orders for Naloxone
  225. Increase Tapering off Opioid Pain Medication
  226. Increase the Use of Analytics to Target Promotion of Earlier Treatment Initiation
  227. Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  228. Increase Understanding of NEAR, Toxic Stress & Trauma
  229. Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  230. indoor or outdoor carpetball tables
  231. information on how gardening helps with recovery
  232. Integrate MAT into a Whole Person Care Model
  233. K-12 Chess Programs as an Alternative
  234. Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  235. Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  236. Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  237. Men's Sheds
  238. Mindfulness and meditation-based therapies
  239. Minimize Availability and Purchase of Fake Pills
  240. Minimize Babies born with Opioid Dependence
  241. Minimize Diversion of Prescription Drugs
  242. Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  243. Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  244. Minimize the Influence of Investor Profit Maximization in Treatment Programs
  245. Minimize Theft of Prescription Drugs 
  246. More Info on Hepatitis C and Opioid Misuse
  247. More information on buprenorphine induction
  248. More information on buprenorphine stabilization
  249. More on the Oxford House Inc. model
  250. More RTI on Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  251. myStrength
  252. National Acupuncture Detoxification Association
  253. Objective List
  254. Opioid Top-Level Strategy Map
  255. OpiSafe App for Doctors (sample)
  256. Other Existing Plans & Programs
  257. PA - Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  258. PA - Eliminate Counterfeit Prescriptions
  259. PA - Implement PDMPs in Every State to Prevent Increased Diversion in States without PDMPs
  260. PA - Improve Screening for Infectious Disease among Opioid Users
  261. PA - Improving Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  262. PA - Minimize Desire to Misuse Opioids
  263. PA - Accelerate the Development of New Mat Approaches
  264. PA - Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  265. PA - Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  266. PA - Adopt Harm Reduction Practices in Prisons
  267. PA - Adopt Key Legislative & Policy Changes to Address the Opioid Crisis
  268. PA - Adopt Universal Screening for Pregnant Women
  269. PA - Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  270. PA - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  271. PA - Build Skills of People to Support Future Success
  272. PA - Coordinate & Improve Efforts to Reduce Illegal Sales of Opioids
  273. PA - Create Recovery Ready Communities
  274. PA - Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  275. PA - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  276. PA - Educate the Community on Opioid Risks & Alternatives
  277. PA - Eliminate Insurance Company Prior Authorization for MAT
  278. PA - Eliminate Pill Mills
  279. PA - Empower & Strengthen Parents
  280. PA - Enable People Who Start Misusing Opioids to Quickly Quit
  281. PA - Engage Healthcare Professionals to Address the Opioid Crisis
  282. PA - Engage Youth to Improve Communication & Prevention
  283. PA - Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  284. PA - Enhance Collaboration among Medical Behavioral & Social Services
  285. PA - Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  286. PA - Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  287. PA - Enhance Treatment During Incarceration
  288. PA - Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  289. PA - Expand & Enhance Chronic Pain Prevention & Management
  290. PA - Expand & Enhance Drug Courts
  291. PA - Expand Access to Less Addictive Pain Medications
  292. PA - Expand Access to MAT for Pregnant Women
  293. PA - Expand Access to Medication-Assisted Treatment
  294. PA - Expand and Enhance Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
  295. PA - Expand Community Service Alternatives to Incarceration
  296. PA - Expand Contaminated Needle Collection Programs
  297. PA - Expand DNA Testing to Improve Precision MAT Therapies
  298. PA - Expand Efforts to Disrupt the Supply of Heroin & Synthetic Opioids to the Community
  299. PA - Expand Harm Reduction Practices Associated with Opioid Misuse
  300. PA - Expand Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs
  301. PA - Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  302. PA - Expand Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant Women
  303. PA - Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  304. PA - Expand Perinatal Treatment for Women with SUDs
  305. PA - Expand Positive Recreation Opportunities
  306. PA - Expand Preconception Motivational Interviewing
  307. PA - Expand Prescription Drug Take-back & Disposal Program
  308. PA - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Management
  309. PA - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Prevention
  310. PA - Expand Programs Similar to the Angel Program
  311. PA - Expand Programs to Reduce Needle-Transmitted Diseases Among Opioid Users
  312. PA - Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  313. PA - Expand Reproductive Services in Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  314. PA - Expand SBIRT in Maternity Care Clinics
  315. PA - Expand SBIRT Program
  316. PA - Expand School Prevention Programs
  317. PA - Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy
  318. PA - Expand the use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  319. PA - Expand Training to Grow & Improve the Treatment Workforce
  320. PA - Highlight Positive Role Models & Pathways
  321. PA - Implement Administrative Processes for Data Sharing
  322. PA - Implement Data Sharing Technology
  323. PA - Improve & Appropriate Shared Comprehensive Assessments
  324. PA - Improve & Expand Screening & Testing for Misuse
  325. PA - Improve Access to Contraception
  326. PA - Improve Access to Jobs for People in Recovery
  327. PA - Improve Access to Naltrexone Related Treatment Approaches
  328. PA - Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  329. PA - Improve Access to Recovery Coaches
  330. PA - Improve Access to Treatment that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  331. PA - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs and Opioid-Related Coalitions
  332. PA - Improve Alignment among Funders Working to Address the Opioid Crisis or Related Issues
  333. PA - Improve Allocations of Funding Community Impact
  334. PA - Improve Awareness of MAT Prescribers & Payment Options
  335. PA - Improve Care for Babies Born Drug Dependent
  336. PA - Improve Collaboration Among Government & Healthcare Organizations
  337. PA - Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  338. PA - Improve Detection & Treatment of Mental Health Conditions
  339. PA - Improve Ease of Use of PDMPs for Physicians
  340. PA - Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  341. PA - Improve Family Well-Being & Reduce Foster Care Costs
  342. PA - Improve Information on Treatment Program Quality & Results
  343. PA - Improve Insurance & Pharmacy Policies & Practices
  344. PA - Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  345. PA - Improve Job Opportunities
  346. PA - Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  347. PA - Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPS
  348. PA - Improve Mental Health Services for Women of Reproductive Age
  349. PA - Improve Multi-faceted Post Treatment Support
  350. PA - Improve Non-Prescription Access to Sterile Syringes through Pharmacies
  351. PA - Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  352. PA - Improve Prescribing Practices
  353. PA - Improve Professional training on Opioids and Alternative Pain Management Approaches
  354. PA - Improve Public Understanding on the Value of MAT
  355. PA - Improve Re-Entry After Incarceration for People with SUDs
  356. PA - Improve Safe Medication Options for Pregnant Women 
  357. PA - Improve Safe Storage of Prescription Drugs
  358. PA - Improve Social Connection
  359. PA - Improve Supportive Affordable Housing Options for People in Recovery
  360. PA - Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  361. PA - Improve Treatment & Enable Recovery for People with SUDs
  362. PA - Improve Use of Methadone Maintenance
  363. PA - Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  364. PA - Increase Access to Alternative Therapies to Treat Pain
  365. PA - Increase Access to Needle Exchanges
  366. PA - Increase and Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  367. PA - Increase Awareness of the Risks and the Crisis
  368. PA - Increase Awareness of the Risks of Opioid Use & NAS
  369. PA - Increase Interstate Exchange of PDMP Data
  370. PA - Increase Involvement in After-School & Faith-based Activities
  371. PA - Increase Opportunities for People to be Prescribed Buprenorphine
  372. PA - Increase Resources to Address the Opioid Crisis
  373. PA - Increase Tapering off Opioid Pain Medication
  374. PA - Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  375. PA - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  376. PA - Integrate MAT into a Whole Person Care Model
  377. PA - Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  378. PA - Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  379. PA - Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  380. PA - Minimize Babies Born with Opioid Addictions
  381. PA - Minimize Desire to Misuse Opioids
  382. PA - Minimize Diversion of Prescription Drugs
  383. PA - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  384. PA - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  385. PA - Minimize the Influence of Investor Profit Maximization in Treatment Programs
  386. PA - Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  387. PA - Prescriber Group - Dentists
  388. PA - Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  389. PA - Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  390. PA - Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  391. PA - Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  392. PA - Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians
  393. PA - Prescriber Group - Surgeons
  394. PA - Rationalize Payments to Support Data Sharing Processes
  395. PA - Reduce Access to Opioids
  396. PA - Reduce Access to Precursor Ingredients
  397. PA - Reduce Crime due to Opioid Misuse
  398. PA - Reduce Opioid Drug Misuse
  399. PA - Reduce Opioid Prescriptions for Women of Reproductive Age
  400. PA - Reduce Prescription of Opioids
  401. PA - Reduce Stigma for Pregnant Women with Opioid Addictions
  402. PA - Reduce Stigma of Seeking Help for Substance Misuse
  403. PA - Reduce Theft of Pills from Pharmacies
  404. PA - Reduce Use of Gateway Drugs
  405. PA - Secure Funding for Expanding Addiction Treatment
  406. PA - Shift from Punishment to Treatment Approach for Opioid Users
  407. PA - Strengthen Peer Recovery Support Services & Programs
  408. PA - Strengthen the Coalition to Reduce Opioid Abuse
  409. PA - Support Recovery During Parole
  410. PA - Train Youth in How to Resist Peer Pressure to Try Drugs
  411. PA - Use DNA Testing & Precision Pain Medication
  412. PA - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs & Opioid Related Coalitions
  413. PA- Increase & Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  414. Partner Roles
  415. Pharmacy Assoc Safe Storage Program (sample)
  416. Planning a National Drug Take-Back Initiative
  417. Playing ACES CHESS Borne
  418. PM - Adopt Key Legislative & Policy Changes to Address the Opioid Crisis
  419. PM - Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  420. PM - Eliminate Counterfeit Prescriptions
  421. PM - Implement PDMPs in Every State to Prevent Increased Diversion in States without PDMPs
  422. PM - Improve Screening for Infectious Disease among Opioid Users
  423. PM - Improving Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  424. PM - Minimize Desire to Misuse Opioids
  425. PM - Accelerate the Development of New Mat Approaches
  426. PM - Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  427. PM - Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  428. PM - Adopt Harm Reduction Practices in Prisons
  429. PM - Adopt Universal Screening for Pregnant Women
  430. PM - Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  431. PM - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  432. PM - Build Skills of People to Support Future Success
  433. PM - Coordinate & Improve Efforts to Reduce Illegal Sales of Opioids
  434. PM - Create Recovery Ready Communities
  435. PM - Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  436. PM - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  437. PM - Educate the Community on Opioid Risks & Alternatives
  438. PM - Eliminate Insurance Company Prior Authorization for MAT
  439. PM - Eliminate Pill Mills
  440. PM - Empower & Strengthen Parents
  441. PM - Enable People Who Start Misusing Opioids to Quickly Quit
  442. PM - Engage Healthcare Professionals to Address the Opioid Crisis
  443. PM - Engage Youth to Improve Communication & Prevention
  444. PM - Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  445. PM - Enhance Collaboration among Medical Behavioral & Social Services
  446. PM - Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  447. PM - Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  448. PM - Enhance Treatment During Incarceration
  449. PM - Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  450. PM - Expand & Enhance Chronic Pain Prevention & Management
  451. PM - Expand & Enhance Drug Courts
  452. PM - Expand & Enhance Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
  453. PM - Expand Access to Less Addictive Pain Medications
  454. PM - Expand Access to MAT for Pregnant Women
  455. PM - Expand Access to Medication Assisted Treatment
  456. PM - Expand Community Service Alternatives to Incarceration
  457. PM - Expand Contaminated Needle Collection Programs
  458. PM - Expand Crisis Services to Handle OUD Calls
  459. PM - Expand DNA Testing to Improve Precision MAT Therapies
  460. PM - Expand Efforts to Disrupt the Supply of Heroin & Synthetic Opioids to the Community
  461. PM - Expand Harm Reduction Practices Associated with Opioid Misuse
  462. PM - Expand Human Resources Adoption of Trauma-Informed Practices & Policies
  463. PM - Expand Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs
  464. PM - Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  465. PM - Expand Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant Women
  466. PM - Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  467. PM - Expand Perinatal Treatment for Women with SUDs
  468. PM - Expand Positive Recreation Opportunities
  469. PM - Expand Preconception Motivational Interviewing
  470. PM - Expand Prescription Drug Take-back and Disposal Program
  471. PM - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Management
  472. PM - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Prevention
  473. PM - Expand Programs Similar to the Angel Program
  474. PM - Expand Programs to Reduce Needle-Transmitted Diseases Among Opioid Users
  475. PM - Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  476. PM - Expand Reproductive Services in Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  477. PM - Expand SBIRT in Maternity Care Clinics
  478. PM - Expand SBIRT Program
  479. PM - Expand School Prevention Program
  480. PM - Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy
  481. PM - Expand the use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  482. PM - Expand Training to Grow & Improve the Treatment Workforce
  483. PM - Expand Trauma Informed Practices in Schools
  484. PM - Expand Trauma-Informed Practices in Law Enforcement & Corrections
  485. PM - Expand Use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  486. PM - Highlight Positive Role Models & Pathways
  487. PM - Implement Administrative Processes for Data Sharing
  488. PM - Implement Data Sharing Technology
  489. PM - Improve & Appropriate Shared Comprehensive Assessments
  490. PM - Improve & Expand Screening & Testing for Misuse
  491. PM - Improve Access to Contraception
  492. PM - Improve Access to Jobs for People in Recovery
  493. PM - Improve Access to Naltrexone Related Treatment Approaches
  494. PM - Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  495. PM - Improve Access to Recovery Coaches
  496. PM - Improve Access to Treatment that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  497. PM - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs and Opioid-Related Coalitions
  498. PM - Improve Alignment among Funders Working to Address the Opioid Crisis or Related Issues
  499. PM - Improve Allocations of Funding Community Impact
  500. PM - Improve Awareness of MAT Prescribers & Payment Options
  501. PM - Improve Built Environments for Pro- Social Activities
  502. PM - Improve Care for Babies Born Drug Dependent
  503. PM - Improve Collaboration Among Government & Healthcare Organizations
  504. PM - Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  505. PM - Improve Detection & Treatment of Mental Health Conditions
  506. PM - Improve Ease of Use of PDMPs for Physicians
  507. PM - Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  508. PM - Improve Family Well-Being & Reduce Foster Care Costs
  509. PM - Improve Information on Treatment Program Quality & Results
  510. PM - Improve Insurance & Pharmacy Policies & Practices
  511. PM - Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  512. PM - Improve Job Opportunities
  513. PM - Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  514. PM - Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPS
  515. PM - Improve Mental Health Services for Women of Reproductive Age
  516. PM - Improve Multi-faceted Post Treatment Support
  517. PM - Improve Non-Prescription Access to Sterile Syringes through Pharmacies
  518. PM - Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  519. PM - Improve Prescribing Practices
  520. PM - Improve Professional training on Opioids and Alternative Pain Management Approaches
  521. PM - Improve Public Understanding on the Value of MAT
  522. PM - Improve Re-Entry After Incarceration for People with SUDs
  523. PM - Improve Safe Medication Options for Pregnant Women 
  524. PM - Improve Safe Storage of Prescription Drugs
  525. PM - Improve Social Connection
  526. PM - Improve Supportive Affordable Housing Options for People in Recovery
  527. PM - Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  528. PM - Improve Treatment & Enable Recovery for People with SUDs
  529. PM - Improve Use of Methadone Maintenance
  530. PM - Increase & Enhance Resources to Support Families
  531. PM - Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  532. PM - Increase & Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  533. PM - Increase Access to Alternative Therapies to Treat Pain
  534. PM - Increase Access to Needle Exchanges
  535. PM - Increase and Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  536. PM - Increase Awareness of the Risks and the Crisis
  537. PM - Increase Awareness of the Risks of Opioid Use & NAS
  538. PM - Increase Electronic Prescribing
  539. PM - Increase Interstate Exchange of PDMP Data
  540. PM - Increase Involvement in After-School & Faith-based Activities
  541. PM - Increase Opportunities for People to be Prescribed Buprenorphine
  542. PM - Increase Positive Adult Child Replationships
  543. PM - Increase Resources to Address the Opioid Crisis
  544. PM - Increase Tapering off Opioid Pain Medication
  545. PM - Increase the Use of Analytics to Target Promotion of Earlier Treatment Initiation
  546. PM - Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  547. PM - Increase Understanding of NEAR Toxic Stress & Trauma
  548. PM - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  549. PM - Integrate MAT into a Whole Person Care Model
  550. PM - Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  551. PM - Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  552. PM - Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  553. PM - Minimize Babies Born with Opioid Dependence
  554. PM - Minimize Diversion of Prescription Drugs
  555. PM - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  556. PM - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  557. PM - Minimize the Influence of Investor Profit Maximization in Treatment Programs
  558. PM - Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  559. PM - Prescriber Group - Dentists
  560. PM - Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  561. PM - Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  562. PM - Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  563. PM - Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  564. PM - Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians
  565. PM - Prescriber Group - Surgeons
  566. PM - Rationalize Payments to Support Data Sharing Processes
  567. PM - Reduce Access to Opioids
  568. PM - Reduce Access to Precursor Ingredients
  569. PM - Reduce Crime due to Opioid Misuse
  570. PM - Reduce Opioid Drug Misuse
  571. PM - Reduce Opioid Prescriptions for Women of Reproductive Age
  572. PM - Reduce Prescription of Opioids
  573. PM - Reduce Stigma for Pregnant Women with Opioid Addictions
  574. PM - Reduce Stigma of Seeking Help for Substance Misuse
  575. PM - Reduce Theft of Pills from Pharmacies
  576. PM - Reduce Use of Gateway Drugs
  577. PM - Secure Funding for Expanding Addiction Treatment
  578. PM - Shift from Punishment to Treatment Approach for Opioid Users
  579. PM - Strengthen Peer Recovery Support Services & Programs
  580. PM - Strengthen the Coalition to Reduce Opioid Abuse
  581. PM - Support Recovery During Parole
  582. PM - Train Youth in How to Resist Peer Pressure to Try Drugs
  583. PM - Use DNA Testing & Precision Pain Medication
  584. PM - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs & Opioid Related Coalitions
  585. PO - Adopt Key Legislative & Policy Changes to Address the Opioid Crisis
  586. PO - Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  587. PO - Eliminate Counterfeit Prescriptions
  588. PO - Implement PDMPs in Every State to Prevent Increased Diversion in States without PDMPs
  589. PO - Improve Screening for Infectious Disease among Opioid Users
  590. PO - Improving Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  591. PO - Minimize Desire to Misuse Opioids
  592. PO - Accelerate the Development of New Mat Approaches
  593. PO - Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  594. PO - Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  595. PO - Adopt Harm Reduction Practices in Prisons
  596. PO - Adopt Universal Screening for Pregnant Women
  597. PO - Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  598. PO - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  599. PO - Build Skills of People to Support Future Success
  600. PO - Coordinate & Improve Efforts to Reduce Illegal Sales of Opioids
  601. PO - Create Recovery Ready Communities
  602. PO - Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  603. PO - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  604. PO - Educate the Community on Opioid Risks & Alternatives
  605. PO - Eliminate Insurance Company Prior Authorization for MAT
  606. PO - Eliminate Pill Mills
  607. PO - Empower & Strengthen Parents
  608. PO - Enable People Who Start Using Opioids to Quickly Quit
  609. PO - Engage Health Professionals to Address the Opioid Crisis
  610. PO - Engage Youth to Improve Communication & Prevention
  611. PO - Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  612. PO - Enhance Collaboration among Medical Behavioral & Social Services
  613. PO - Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  614. PO - Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  615. PO - Enhance Treatment During Incarceration
  616. PO - Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  617. PO - Expand & Enhance Chronic Pain Prevention & Management
  618. PO - Expand & Enhance Drug Courts
  619. PO - Expand & Enhance Prescription Drug Monitoring Progams
  620. PO - Expand Access to Less Addictive Pain Medications
  621. PO - Expand Access to MAT for Pregnant Women
  622. PO - Expand Access to Medication-Assisted Treatment
  623. PO - Expand Community Service Alternatives to Incarceration
  624. PO - Expand Contaminated Needle Collection Programs
  625. PO - Expand Crisis Services to Handle OUD Calls
  626. PO - Expand DNA Testing to Improve Precision MAT Therapies
  627. PO - Expand Efforts to Disrupt the Supply of Heroin & Synthetic Opioids to the Community
  628. PO - Expand Harm Reduction Practices Associated with Opioid Misuse
  629. PO - Expand Human Resources Adoption of Trauma-Informed Practices & Policies
  630. PO - Expand Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs
  631. PO - Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  632. PO - Expand Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant Women
  633. PO - Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  634. PO - Expand Perinatal Treatment for Women with SUDs
  635. PO - Expand Positive Recreation Opportunities
  636. PO - Expand Preconception Motivational Interviewing
  637. PO - Expand Prescription Drug Take-back and Disposal Program
  638. PO - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Management
  639. PO - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Prevention
  640. PO - Expand Programs Similar to the Angel Program
  641. PO - Expand Programs to Reduce Needle-Transmitted Diseases Among Opioid Users
  642. PO - Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  643. PO - Expand Reproductive Services in Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  644. PO - Expand SBIRT in Maternity Care Clinics
  645. PO - Expand SBIRT Program
  646. PO - Expand School Prevention Programs
  647. PO - Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy
  648. PO - Expand the use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  649. PO - Expand Training to Grow & Improve the Treatment Workforce
  650. PO - Expand Trauma Informed Practices in School
  651. PO - Expand Trauma-Informed Practices in Law Enforcement & Corrections
  652. PO - Expand Use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  653. PO - Highlight Positive Role Models & Pathways
  654. PO - Implement Administrative Processes for Data Sharing
  655. PO - Implement Data Sharing Technology
  656. PO - Improve & Appropriate Shared Comprehensive Assessments
  657. PO - Improve & Expand Screening & Testing for Misuse
  658. PO - Improve Access to Contraception
  659. PO - Improve Access to Jobs for People in Recovery
  660. PO - Improve Access to Naltrexone Related Treatment Approaches
  661. PO - Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  662. PO - Improve Access to Recovery Coaches
  663. PO - Improve Access to Treatment that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  664. PO - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs and Opioid-Related Coalitions
  665. PO - Improve Alignment among Funders Working to Address the Opioid Crisis or Related Issues
  666. PO - Improve Allocations of Funding
  667. PO - Improve Awareness of MAT Prescribers & Payment Options
  668. PO - Improve Built Environments for Pro-Social Activities
  669. PO - Improve Care for Babies Born Drug Dependent
  670. PO - Improve Collaboration Among Government & Healthcare Organizations
  671. PO - Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  672. PO - Improve Detection & Treatment of Mental Health Conditions
  673. PO - Improve Ease of Use of PDMPs for Physicians
  674. PO - Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  675. PO - Improve Family Well-Being & Reduce Foster Care Costs
  676. PO - Improve Information on Treatment Program Quality & Results
  677. PO - Improve Insurance & Pharmacy Policies & Practices
  678. PO - Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  679. PO - Improve Job Opportunities
  680. PO - Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  681. PO - Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPs
  682. PO - Improve Mental Health Services for Women of Reproductive Age
  683. PO - Improve Multi-faceted Post Treatment Support
  684. PO - Improve Non-Prescription Access to Sterile Syringes through Pharmacies
  685. PO - Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  686. PO - Improve Prescribing Practices
  687. PO - Improve Professional training on Opioids and Alternative Pain Management Approaches
  688. PO - Improve Public Understanding on the Value of MAT
  689. PO - Improve Re-Entry After Incarceration for People with SUDs
  690. PO - Improve Safe Medication Options for Pregnant Women 
  691. PO - Improve Safe Storage of Prescription Drugs
  692. PO - Improve Social Connection
  693. PO - Improve Supportive Affordable Housing Options for People in Recovery
  694. PO - Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  695. PO - Improve Treatment & Enable Recovery for People with SUDs
  696. PO - Improve Use of Methadone Maintenance
  697. PO - Increase & Enhance Resources to Support Families
  698. PO - Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  699. PO - Increase & Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  700. PO - Increase Access to Alternative Therapies to Treat Pain
  701. PO - Increase Access to Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARs)
  702. PO - Increase Access to Needle Exchanges
  703. PO - Increase Awareness of the Risks and the Crisis
  704. PO - Increase Awareness of the Risks of Opioid Use & NAS
  705. PO - Increase Electronic Prescribing
  706. PO - Increase Involvement in After-School & Faith-based Activities
  707. PO - Increase Opportunities for People to be Prescribed Buprenorphine
  708. PO - Increase Positive Adult Child Relationships
  709. PO - Increase Resources to Address the Opioid Crisis
  710. PO - Increase Tapering off Opioid Pain Medication
  711. PO - Increase the Use of Analytics to Target Promotion of Earlier Treatment Initiation
  712. PO - Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  713. PO - Increase Understanding of NEAR Toxic Stress & Trauma
  714. PO - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  715. PO - Integrate MAT into a Whole Person Care Model
  716. PO - Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  717. PO - Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  718. PO - Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  719. PO - Minimize Babies Born with Opioid Dependence
  720. PO - Minimize Diversion of Prescription Drugs
  721. PO - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  722. PO - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  723. PO - Minimize the Influence of Investor Profit Maximization in Treatment Programs
  724. PO - Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  725. PO - Prescriber Group - Dentists
  726. PO - Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  727. PO - Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  728. PO - Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  729. PO - Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  730. PO - Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians
  731. PO - Prescriber Group - Surgeons
  732. PO - Rationalize Payments to Support Data Sharing Processes
  733. PO - Reduce Access to Opioids
  734. PO - Reduce Access to Precursor Ingredients
  735. PO - Reduce Crime due to Opioid Misuse
  736. PO - Reduce Opioid Drug Misuse
  737. PO - Reduce Opioid Prescriptions for Women of Reproductive Age
  738. PO - Reduce Prescription of Opioids
  739. PO - Reduce Stigma for Pregnant Women with Opioid Addictions
  740. PO - Reduce Stigma of Seeking Help for Substance Misuse
  741. PO - Reduce Theft of Pills from Pharmacies
  742. PO - Reduce Use of Gateway Drugs
  743. PO - Secure Funding for Expanding Addiction Treatment
  744. PO - Shift from Punishment to Treatment Approach for Opioid Users
  745. PO - Strengthen Peer Recovery Support Services & Programs
  746. PO - Strengthen the Coalition to Reduce Opioid Abuse
  747. PO - Support Recovery During Parole
  748. PO - Train Youth in How to Resist Peer Pressure to Try Drugs
  749. PO - Use DNA Testing & Precision Pain Medication
  750. PO - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs & Opioid Related Coalitions
  751. Potential Objective Details
  752. Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  753. Prescriber Group - Dentists
  754. Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  755. Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  756. Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  757. Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  758. Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians
  759. Prescriber Group - Surgeons
  760. Promote Realty4Rehab as a funding source
  761. Rationalize Payments to Support Data Sharing Processes
  762. Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)
  763. Reduce Access to Opioids
  764. Reduce Access to Precursor Ingredients
  765. Reduce Crime, Law Enforcement & Corrections Costs
  766. Reduce Opioid Drug Misuse
  767. Reduce Opioid Prescription for Women of childbearing age
  768. Reduce Opioid Prescriptions for Women of Reproductive Age
  769. Reduce Prescription of Opioids
  770. Reduce Stigma for Pregnant Women with Opioid Addictions
  771. Reduce Stigma of Seeking Help for Substance Misuse
  772. Reduce the Use of Gateway Drugs
  773. Reduce Theft of Pills from Pharmacies
  774. Relevant Organizations
  775. Resources on Brief Negotiated Interview
  776. Resources on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  777. Resources to Investigate
  778. RTI - Expand Programs to Reduce Needle-Transmitted Diseases Among Opioid Users
  779. RTI - Accelerate the Development of New Mat Approaches
  780. RTI - Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  781. RTI - Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  782. RTI - Adopt Harm Reduction Practices in Prisons
  783. RTI - Adopt Key Legislative & Policy Changes
  784. RTI - Adopt Universal Screening for Pregnant Women
  785. RTI - Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  786. RTI - Awareness & the Opioid Crisis
  787. RTI - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  788. RTI - Build Skills of People to Support Future Success
  789. RTI - Coordinate & Improve Efforts to Reduce Illegal Sales of Opioids
  790. RTI - Create Recovery Ready Communities
  791. RTI - Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  792. RTI - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  793. RTI - Educate the Community on Opioid Risks and Alternatives
  794. RTI - Eliminate Insurance Company Prior Authorization for MAT
  795. RTI - Eliminate Pill Mills
  796. RTI - Empower & Strengthen Parents
  797. RTI - Enable People Who Start Misusing Opioids to Quickly Quit
  798. RTI - Engage Healthcare Professionals to Address the Opioid Crisis
  799. RTI - Engage Youth to Improve Communication & Prevention
  800. RTI - Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  801. RTI - Enhance Collaboration among Medical, Behavioral & Social Services
  802. RTI - Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  803. RTI - Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  804. RTI - Enhance Treatment During Incarceration
  805. RTI - Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  806. RTI - Expand & Enhance Drug Courts
  807. RTI - Expand & Enhance Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
  808. RTI - Expand & Enhance Prevention of Chronic Pain & Management
  809. RTI - Expand Access to MAT for Pregnant Women
  810. RTI - Expand Access to Optimized Medication-Assisted Treatment
  811. RTI - Expand Community Service Alternatives to Incarceration
  812. RTI - Expand DNA Testing to Improve Precision MAT Therapies
  813. RTI - Expand Efforts to Disrupt the Supply of Heroin & Synthetic Opioids to the Community
  814. RTI - Expand Harm Reduction Practices Associated with Opioid Misuse
  815. RTI - Expand Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs
  816. RTI - Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  817. RTI - Expand Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant Women
  818. RTI - Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  819. RTI - Expand Perinatal Treatment for Women with SUDs
  820. RTI - Expand Positive Recreation Opportunities
  821. RTI - Expand Preconception Motivational Interviewing
  822. RTI - Expand Prescription Drug Take-back & Disposal Program
  823. RTI - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Management
  824. RTI - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Prevention
  825. RTI - Expand Programs Similar to the Angel Program
  826. RTI - Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  827. RTI - Expand Reproductive Services in Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  828. RTI - Expand SBIRT in Maternity Care Clinics
  829. RTI - Expand SBIRT Program
  830. RTI - Expand School Prevention Programs
  831. RTI - Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy or Pregnancy During Opioid Abuse
  832. RTI - Expand the use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  833. RTI - Expand Training to Grow & Improve the Treatment Workforce
  834. RTI - Highlight Positive Role Models & Pathways
  835. RTI - Implement Administrative Processes for Data Sharing
  836. RTI - Implement Data Sharing Technology
  837. RTI - Implement PDMPs in Every State to Prevent Increased Diversion in States without PDMPs
  838. RTI - Improve & Appropriate Shared Comprehensive Assessments
  839. RTI - Improve & Expand Screening & Testing for Misuse
  840. RTI - Improve Access to Jobs for People in Recovery
  841. RTI - Improve Access to Naltrexone Related Treatment Approaches
  842. RTI - Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  843. RTI - Improve Access to Recovery Coaches
  844. RTI - Improve Access to Treatments that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  845. RTI - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs & Opioid Related Coalitions
  846. RTI - Improve Alignment among Funders Working to Address the Opioid Crisis or Related Issues
  847. RTI - Improve Awareness of MAT Prescribers & Payment Options
  848. RTI - Improve Care for Babies Born Drug Dependent
  849. RTI - Improve Collaboration Among Government & Healthcare Organizations
  850. RTI - Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  851. RTI - Improve Detection & Treatment of Mental Health Conditions
  852. RTI - Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  853. RTI - Improve Family Well-Being & Reduce Foster Care Costs
  854. RTI - Improve Insurance & Pharmacy Policies & Practices
  855. RTI - Improve Job Opportunities
  856. RTI - Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  857. RTI - Improve Mental Health Services for Women of Reproductive Age
  858. RTI - Improve Multi-Faceted Post Treatment Support & Social Integration
  859. RTI - Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  860. RTI - Improve Prescribing Practices
  861. RTI - Improve Professional Training on Opioids & Alternative Pain Management Approaches
  862. RTI - Improve Public Understanding on the Value of MAT
  863. RTI - Improve Re-Entry After Incarceration for People with SUDs
  864. RTI - Improve Safe Medication Options for Pregnant Women 
  865. RTI - Improve Safe Storage of Prescription Drugs
  866. RTI - Improve Screening for Infectious Disease among Opioid Users
  867. RTI - Improve Social Connection
  868. RTI - Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  869. RTI - Improve Treatment & Enable Recovery for People with SUDs
  870. RTI - Improve Use of Methadone Maintenance
  871. RTI - Increase & Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  872. RTI - Increase Access to Alternative Therapies to Treat Pain
  873. RTI - Increase Access to Contraception
  874. RTI - Increase Access to Needle Exchanges
  875. RTI - Increase Awareness of the Risks of Opioid Use & NAS
  876. RTI - Increase Electronic Prescribing
  877. RTI - Increase Interstate Exchange of PDMP Data
  878. RTI - Increase Involvement in After-School & Faith-based Activities
  879. RTI - Increase Opportunities for People to be Prescribed Buprenorphine
  880. RTI - Increase Resources to Address the Opioid Crisis
  881. RTI - Increase Tapering off Opioid Pain Medication
  882. RTI - Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  883. RTI - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  884. RTI - Integrate MAT into a Whole Person Care Model
  885. RTI - Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  886. RTI - Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  887. RTI - Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  888. RTI - Minimize Desire to Misuse Opioids
  889. RTI - Minimize Diversion of Prescription Drugs
  890. RTI - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  891. RTI - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  892. RTI - Minimize the Influence of Investor Profit Maximization in Treatment Programs
  893. RTI - Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  894. RTI - Prescriber Group - Dentists
  895. RTI - Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  896. RTI - Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  897. RTI - Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  898. RTI - Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  899. RTI - Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians
  900. RTI - Prescriber Group - Surgeons
  901. RTI - Rationalize Payments to Support Data Sharing Processes
  902. RTI - Reduce Access to Opioids
  903. RTI - Reduce Access to Precursor Ingredients
  904. RTI - Reduce Crime due to Opioid Misuse & Law Enforcement Costs
  905. RTI - Reduce Opioid Drug Misuse
  906. RTI - Reduce Opioid Prescriptions for Women of Reproductive Age
  907. RTI - Reduce Prescription of Opioids
  908. RTI - Reduce Stigma for Pregnant Women with Opioid Addictions
  909. RTI - Reduce the Use of Gateway Drugs
  910. RTI - Reduce Theft of Pills from Pharmacies
  911. RTI - Secure Funding for Expanding Addiction Treatment
  912. RTI - Shift from Punishment to Treatment Approach for Opioid Users
  913. RTI - Stigma & Substance Misuse
  914. RTI - Strengthen Peer Recovery Support Services & Programs
  915. RTI - Strengthen the Coalition to Reduce Opioid Abuse
  916. RTI - Support Recovery During Parole
  917. RTI - Train Youth to Resist Peer Pressure
  918. RTI - Use DNA Testing & Precision Pain Medication
  919. RTI - Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  920. RTI - Eliminate Counterfeit Prescriptions
  921. RTI - Expand Contaminated Needle Collection Programs
  922. RTI - Improve Ease of Use of PDMPs for Physicians
  923. RTI - Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPs
  924. RTI - Improve Non-Prescription Access to Sterile Syringes through Pharmacies
  925. RTI - Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  926. S.524 - 114th Congress ( 2015-2016)_Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015
  927. Safe Storage Collective Impact Campaign (example)
  928. Sample Region Improve PDMP Use
  929. Sample Region Safe Rx Storage Summary
  930. Secure Funding for Expanding Addiction Treatment
  931. Shift from Punishment to Treatment Approach for Opioid Users
  932. Site Introduction
  933. six principles of prescription abuse prevention
  934. Social Media Campaign
  935. story behind Realty4Rehab
  936. Strategies to Address Fentanyl
  937. Strengthen Peer Recovery Support Services & Programs
  938. Strengthen the Coalition to Reduce Opioid Abuse
  939. Stretching and Fitness Techniques to Minimize Pain
  940. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
  941. Support & Promote ACE’s Prevention & Mitigation Activities
  942. Support Recovery During Parole
  943. Support Strategies to Address Fentanyl
  944. Tai Chi
  945. Taper off Opioids or MAT for Women of Reproductive Age
  946. Template - Strategy Map Info
  947. testing_ameya
  948. test_ameya
  949. The Wholistic Chess Model (An Unpublished Paper)
  950. Time Banking
  951. TR - Accelerate the Development of New MAT Approaches
  952. TR - Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  953. TR - Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  954. TR - Adopt Harm Reduction Practices in Prisons
  955. TR - Adopt Key Legislative & Policy Changes to Address the Opioid Crisis
  956. TR - Adopt Universal Screening for Pregnant Women
  957. TR - Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  958. TR - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  959. TR - Build Skills of People to Support Future Success
  960. TR - Coordinate & Improve Efforts to Reduce Illegal Sales of Opioids
  961. TR - Create Recovery Ready Communities
  962. TR - Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  963. TR - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  964. TR - Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  965. TR - Educate the Community on Opioid Risks & Alternatives 
  966. TR - Empower & Strengthen Parents
  967. TR - Enable People Who Start Misusing Opioids to Quickly Quit
  968. TR - Engage Healthcare Professionals to Address the Opioid Crisis
  969. TR - Engage Youth to Improve Communication & Prevention
  970. TR - Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  971. TR - Enhance Collaboration among Medical, Behavioral & Social Services
  972. TR - Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  973. TR - Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  974. TR - Enhance Treatment During Incarceration 
  975. TR - Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  976. TR - Expand & Enhance Chronic Pain Prevention & Management
  977. TR - Expand & Enhance Drug Courts 
  978. TR - Expand & Enhance Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs
  979. TR - Expand Access to MAT for Pregnant Women
  980. TR - Expand Access to Medication-Assisted Treatment
  981. TR - Expand Contaminated Needle Collection Programs
  982. TR - Expand Efforts to Disrupt the Supply of Heroin & Synthetic Opioids to the Community
  983. TR - Expand Harm Reduction Practices Associated with Opioid Misuse
  984. TR - Expand Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs
  985. TR - Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  986. TR - Expand Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant Women
  987. TR - Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  988. TR - Expand Perinatal Treatment for Women with SUDs
  989. TR - Expand Positive Recreation Opportunities
  990. TR - Expand Preconception Motivational Interviewing
  991. TR - Expand Prescription Drug Take-back & Disposal Programs
  992. TR - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Management
  993. TR - Expand Programs & Options for Chronic Pain Prevention
  994. TR - Expand Programs Similar to the Angel Program
  995. TR - Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  996. TR - Expand Reproductive Services in Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  997. TR - Expand SBIRT in Maternity Care Clinics
  998. TR - Expand SBIRT Program
  999. TR - Expand School Prevention Programs
  1000. TR - Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy