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.

Access to Treatment

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...

Access to Treatment

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...

Access to Treatment

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...

Family- & Community-Based Prevention

Informational Webinar: Engaging and Empowering Vulnerable Families and Communities to Prevent Opioid Use Disorder and Overdose

August 11, 2021
This RFP will provide grants support for project which can develop, adapt, explore, and/or evaluate promising evidence-based model...

Supporting Recovery Services

Webinar: Findings from In-Depth Discussions with Peer Recovery Coaches

July 14, 2021
Join Tom Coderre of SAMHSA; Cortney Lovell; John F. Kelly, PhD, ABPP; and Aubri Kaufman, MA, LAC, NCC, as they present and react t...

Supporting Recovery Services

Exploring Peer Recovery Coaches

July 13, 2021
As people with lived experience of addiction and recovery, peer recovery coaches (PRCs) are often the lynchpin to engaging people ...