Medication-Assisted Treatment

 

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UPCOMING WEBINARS & TRAININGS

August 17, 2022 | RSAT-TTA Webinar - Implementing Motivational Interviewing into RSAT Programs 


September 27-28, 2022
 | PA DOC Host Site Visit - Medication Assisted Treatment & Peer Specialist Training

View the description and contact your RSAT state administrator if interested in applying. Space is limited!


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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS



 Idaho Mentor Program Benefiting Inmates Preparing for Community Reentry


Idaho DOC reports reentry peer mentors lowering recidivism by ten percent. The former prisoners work with participants 30 to 90 days before release and then once released.

 

NEW! RSAT Training Curricula: Correctional Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Programming Guide


This manual consists of several sections designed for different specific audiences to increase its utility for RSAT practitioners, including: 1) policy makers and program administrators; 2) program treatment staff; and 3) prison and jail clinicians. Although these separate audiences will be involved in alcohol use disorder treatment programming in different ways, it may be of use that all share a common understanding of treating persons with this disorder provided by this guide.

 

 
 

 



Medication-Assisted Treatment

 

 

TRAINING CURRICULA & FIDELITY ASSESSMENTS


  
Treating Clients with Methamphetamine and Stimulant Use Disorder


 


  

 

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network (JCOIN)

 

Evans et al, 2022; Scott et al, 2021Macmadu et al, 2021; Scott et al, in preparation; Lee et al, 2021; Burns et al, 2020; Howell et al, 2021; Hochstatter, 2021

 


 

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We have heard that motivational interviewing is a good technique for correctional SUD treatment programs. Do any prison or jail RSAT programs use it? Can we learn how to do this ourselves from a curriculum that may be available for free or do we need special training?