What We Do

  • Provide clinical expertise and consultation in evidence-based treatment and patient-centered care coordination by administering a Scholarship Program, facilitating Clinician Office Hours, and implementing other programs to support rural healthcare providers and practitioners¬†
  • Administer substance use disorder (SUD) treatment support and guidance to rural providers and staff who are new to addiction treatment, want to pair a new patient with appropriate treatment intensity and services, are managing complex patients or patients needing multidisciplinary care coordination, or are interested in new or expanded models of care
    • Multidisciplinary care coordination examples: co-occurring physical or psychiatric conditions, pregnancy, or polysubstance use
    • New or expanded models of care examples: hub-and-spoke system or emergency department medication for opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment initiation
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  • Scholarship Program

    An onsite intensive training to educate rural practices in current best practices for treating patients with SUDs.

    View about Scholarship Program Page
  • Clinician Office Hours

    Virtual consultation with SUD specialists available to rural healthcare practitioners and others directly serving people with SUDs. Sign up for a session on Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 p.m. ET.

    View about Clinician Office Hours Page
  • Clinician Advisory Board

    Learn about members of the board who lead many of the activities of the Clinical & Translational Core.

    View about Clinician Advisory Board Page

Who We Are