1. Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit (Updated 2018)

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) 2018 updated Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit is now available as a free download. The toolkit now features facts for community members, essential steps for first responders, prescribing recommendations, and safety advice for patients and family members. This is an essential tool...
  2. NNED Virtual Roundtable: The Impact of Opioid Addiction in Diverse Communities

    On May 9, 2018, on behalf of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the NNED convened a Virtual Roundtable: Voices from the Field on the Impact of Opioid Addiction in Diverse Communities.  In this Roundtable, panelists and participants were invited to discuss opioid addiction and treatment in communities of colors...
  3. Amigos y Amantes: Animating HIV Prevention for at-risk Spanish Speakers

    El Centro de Educación de Trabajadores, in partnership with Pride for Youth, Circulo de la Hispanidad, and The Prevention Collaborative created a Spanish-language resource, Amigos Y Amantes. This website is an interactive online educational intervention focused on HIV prevention for at-risk Spanish speaking members of the Latinx community. It includes animated content, as...
  4. Improve Sleep, Improve Overall Outcomes

    Almost all behavioral health disorders co-occur with sleep problems, which can result in more severe symptoms and a slower recovery.  myStrength is here to help with self-care resources for sleep disorders, including uniquely integrated tools for related health issues like anxiety, depression, stress, addiction, chronic pain, and overall well-being. Sleep issues impact: Up to...
  5. Alano Club of Portland’s “Recovery Toolkit Series”

    The Alano Club of Portland has been a crucial presence in Oregon’s recovery support landscape since it was established in 1947, offering life-saving services on a no-cost basis to many who are unable to afford formal treatment. Initially, the Club served as a 12-step focused center, but its programming has...
  6. Training Tool Box for Addressing the Gender-Specific Service Needs of Women with Substance Use Disorders

    SAMHSA’s Training Tool Box for Addressing the Gender-Specific Service Needs of Women with Substance Use Disorders serves as a launching board that trainers/presenters can use to develop informative, evidence-based trainings on serving women with substance use disorders (SUDs). This Tool Box enables clinical supervisors, program directors, and advocates to customize...