Resources

Sharing knowledge about promising practices and their sustainable implementation is vital to ending the opioid and drug overdose crisis. Our publications and webinars include the recommendations of experts and the perspectives of those on the frontlines.

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Issue Brief: Examining Substance Use Among Youth and Young Adults

January 27, 2022
With funding from FORE, a team of Urban Institute researchers recently published a series of studies uncovering new insights about...

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Issue Briefs: Affordability and Costs of MOUD Treatment for Patients

November 17, 2021
Because opioid use disorder is a chronic condition, treatment with medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) is often not a one-t...

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Health Affairs: Expanding Access To Treatment For Opioid Use Disorder: Beyond “X-ing The X-Waiver”

November 8, 2021
In a Grantwatch blogpost, Karen A. Scott, FORE’s president, and Ken Shatzkes, FORE’s senior program officer, described how FOR...

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Issue Brief: Leveraging Medicaid Policy to Enhance Access to Opioid Use Disorder Treatment

October 27, 2021
In states that have expanded Medicaid coverage to more low-income adults, more people now have access to medications for opioid us...

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Policy Brief: Integrating Obstetrical and Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Pregnant and Postpartum People in Prisons

May 25, 2021
While pregnancy and the postpartum period are key opportunities to engage people in addiction treatment, many prisons do not lever...

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Webinar: Integrating MOUD into Primary Care: Medicaid Strategies for Improving Treatment Engagement and Outcomes and Reducing Disparities

April 28, 2021
Join Peter Treitler, MSW and Jim Lloyd, JD, MPP of the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research at Rutgers Uni...