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  1. Build Education and Raise Awareness
  2. Expand Access to Medication- Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  3. Expand First Response and Crisis Intervention Teams
  4. Expand Pre-Arrest Diversion and Deflection Programs
  5. Expand Recovery Schools and Collegiate Recovery Programs
  6. Expand and Enhance Speciality Courts
  7. Expand the Development & Use of Centrally Managed Personal Care Pathways a
  8. Expand the Use of MAT in Correctional Facilities
  9. Improve Education, Job Training, and Employment for People in Recovery
  10. Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naxolone Revivals
  11. Improve Recovery Support for People in the Criminal Justice System
  12. Improve and Expand Screening and Testing for Misuse
  13. Increase Screenings for Risk and Misuse
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  16. Minimize Substance Use During Pregnancy
  17. PA - Empower & Strengthen Parents
  18. PA - Expand Access to MAT for Pregnant Women
  19. PA - Expand DNA Testing to Improve Precision MAT Therapies
  20. PA - Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  21. PA - Expand School Prevention Programs
  22. PA - Expand and Enhance Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
  23. PA - Highlight Positive Role Models & Pathways
  24. PA - Improve Access to Contraception
  25. PA - Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  26. PA - Improve Access to Recovery Coaches
  27. PA - Improve Align & Integrate Relevant Collective Impact Efforts
  28. PA - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs and Opioid-Related Coalitions
  29. PA - Improve Allocations of Funding Community Impact
  30. PA - Improve Care for Babies Born Drug Dependent
  31. PA - Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  32. PA - Improve Detection & Treatment of Mental Health Conditions
  33. PA - Improve Ease of Use of PDMPs for Physicians
  34. PA - Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  35. PA - Improve Identification & Data Collection for NAS
  36. PA - Improve Identification of a Women At Risk of having NAS Baby
  37. PA - Improve Information on Treatment Program Quality & Results
  38. PA - Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  39. PA - Improve Job Opportunities
  40. PA - Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  41. PA - Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPS
  42. PA - Improve Mental Health Services for Women of Reproductive Age
  43. PA - Improve Non-Prescription Access to Sterile Syringes through Pharmacies
  44. PA - Improve PDMP Integration with Hospitals & Clinics
  45. PA - Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  46. PA - Improve Prescribing Practices
  47. PA - Improve Professional training on Opioids and Alternative Pain Management Approaches
  48. PA - Improve Protective Factors to Reduce SUDs
  49. PA - Improve Re-Entry After Incarceration for People with SUDs
  50. PA - Improve Referral Mechanisms
  51. PA - Improve Screening for Infectious Disease among Opioid Users
  52. PA - Improve Social Connection
  53. PA - Improve Support Accessing Prenatal Care for Women with SUDs
  54. PA - Improve Supportive Affordable Housing Options for People in Recovery
  55. PA - Improve Tracking of Recovery Progress
  56. PA - Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Patients Misusing Opioids
  57. PA - Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Providers who OverPrescribe Opioids
  58. PA - Improve ease of use of PDMPs for Physicians
  59. PA - Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  60. PA - Improving Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  61. PA - Increase & Enhance Resources to Support Families
  62. PA - Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  63. PA - Increase Access to Alternative Therapies to Treat Pain
  64. PA - Increase Access to Needle Exchanges
  65. PA - Increase Access to family Planning & Preconception Care for Women who Use Opioids
  66. PA - Increase Awareness & Engagement of People to Join Peer Recovery Groups
  67. PA - Increase Awareness of Treatment, Recovery & Support Services
  68. PA - Increase Awareness of the Risks and the Crisis
  69. PA - Increase Awareness of the Risks of Opioid Use & NAS
  70. PA - Increase Capacity of Mental Health Service Providers
  71. PA - Increase Certification of Recovery Housing
  72. PA - Increase Collaboration between Community Organizations & Peer Recovery Groups
  73. PA - Increase Early Interventions for People Misusing Drugs
  74. PA - Increase Electronic Prescribing
  75. PA - Increase First Responder Access to Naloxone
  76. PA - Increase Integration of PDMP Data with Surveillance Data
  77. PA - Increase Interstate Exchange of PDMP Data
  78. PA - Increase Involvement in After-School & Faith-based Activities
  79. PA - Increase Opportunities for People to be Prescribed Buprenorphine
  80. PA - Increase Public Awareness on the Value of Naloxone
  81. PA - Increase SBIRT by Primary Care Providers and FQHC
  82. PA - Increase SBIRT in Schools & Social Worker Settings
  83. PA - Increase Standing Orders for Naloxone
  84. PA - Increase Tapering off Opioid Pain Medication
  85. PA - Increase Training & Certification of Peer Recovery Coaches
  86. PA - Increase Training on SBIRT and its Value
  87. PA - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  88. PA - Increase Wide Variety of Opportunities for Peer Recovery Groups
  89. PA - Increase and Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  90. PA - Increase the Use of Analytics to Target Promotion of Earlier Treatment Initiation
  91. PA - Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  92. PA - Integrate MAT into a Whole Person Care Model
  93. PA - Integrate Professional Counselling with Peer Support Programs
  94. PA - Integrate SBIRT into EHRs
  95. PA - Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  96. PA - Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  97. PA - Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  98. PA - Minimize Babies Born with Opioid Addictions
  99. PA - Minimize Desire to Misuse Opioids
  100. PA - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  101. PA - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  102. PA - Organize & Share Anti Stigma Materials
  103. PA - Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  104. PA - Prescriber Group - Dentists
  105. PA - Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  106. PA - Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  107. PA - Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  108. PA - Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  109. PA - Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians
  110. PA - Prescriber Group - Surgeons
  111. PA - Reduce Crime due to Opioid Misuse
  112. PA - Reduce Stigma of Seeking Help for Substance Misuse
  113. PA - Secure Funding for Expanding Addiction Treatment
  114. PA - Strengthen Peer Recovery Support Services & Programs
  115. PA - Strengthen the Coalition to Reduce Opioid Abuse
  116. PA - Taper off Opioids or MAT for Women of Reproductive Age
  117. PA - Train Youth in How to Resist Peer Pressure to Try Drugs
  118. PA - Use DNA Testing & Precision Pain Medication
  119. PM - Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  120. PM - Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  121. PM - Adopt Harm Reduction Practices in Prisons
  122. PM - Adopt Technology to Support Peer Recovery
  123. PM - Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  124. PM - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  125. PM - Create Recovery Ready Communities
  126. PM - Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  127. PM - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  128. PM - Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  129. PM - Distribute Naloxone with Prescriptions for High-Risk Patients
  130. PM - Educate Communities to Prevent First-Time Use and Misuse
  131. PM - Eliminate Counterfeit Prescriptions
  132. PM - Eliminate Pill Mills
  133. PM - Engage Healthcare Professionals to Address the Opioid Crisis
  134. PM - Engage More Organizations in Reducing Stigma of Mental Health, SUDs, Treatment & Recovery
  135. PM - Engage Youth to Improve Communication & Prevention
  136. PM - Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  137. PM - Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  138. PM - Enhance Processes & Capacity to Taking a Holistic Approach
  139. PM - Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  140. PM - Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  141. PM - Expand & Enhance Peer Run Recovery Housing
  142. PM - Expand Access to Medication Assisted Treatment
  143. PM - Expand Access to Naloxone Kits
  144. PM - Expand Adoption of Good Screening Tools
  145. PM - Expand Fentanyl Testing Options
  146. PM - Expand Harm Reduction Practices
  147. PM - Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  148. PM - Expand Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant Women
  149. PM - Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  150. PM - Expand Participation in Peer Recovery Groups
  151. PM - Expand Places Doing SBIRT
  152. PM - Expand Professional Training on Administering Naloxone
  153. PM - Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  154. PM - Expand Reproductive Services in Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  155. PM - Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy
  156. PM - Expand Training of Citizens to Administer Naloxone
  157. PM - Expand Training of Professionals in Brief Interventions
  158. PM - Expand Training to Grow & Improve the Treatment Workforce
  159. PM - Fewer People Develop Dependence or SUD
  160. PM - Get Funding for Data Integration Infrastructure & Process Enhancements
  161. PM - Harms from Drug Abuse are Minimized
  162. PM - Implement Administrative Processes for Data Sharing
  163. PM - Implement Data Sharing Technology
  164. PM - Implement PDMPs in Every State to Prevent Increased Diversion in States without PDMPs
  165. PM - Improve & Appropriate Shared Comprehensive Assessments
  166. PM - Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  167. PM - Improve Access to Recovery Coaches
  168. PM - Improve Access to Treatment that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  169. PM - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs and Opioid-Related Coalitions
  170. PM - Improve Allocations of Funding Community Impact
  171. PM - Improve Collaboration among State Agencies & with Policymakers
  172. PM - Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  173. PM - Improve Ease of Use of PDMPs for Physicians
  174. PM - Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  175. PM - Improve Identification & Data Collection for NAS
  176. PM - Improve Identification of a Women At Risk of having NAS Baby
  177. PM - Improve Information on Treatment Program Quality & Results
  178. PM - Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  179. PM - Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  180. PM - Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPS
  181. PM - Improve PDMP Integration with Hospitals & Clinics
  182. PM - Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  183. PM - Improve Prescribing Practices
  184. PM - Improve Protective Factors to Reduce SUDs
  185. PM - Improve Referral Mechanisms
  186. PM - Improve Screening for Infectious Disease among Opioid Users
  187. PM - Improve Social Connection
  188. PM - Improve Supportive Affordable Housing Options for People in Recovery
  189. PM - Improve Tracking of Recovery Progress
  190. PM - Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Patients Misusing Opioids
  191. PM - Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Providers who OverPrescribe Opioids
  192. PM - Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  193. PM - Improving Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  194. PM - Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  195. PM - Increase Access to Needle Exchanges
  196. PM - Increase Awareness & Engagement of People to Join Peer Recovery Groups
  197. PM - Increase Awareness of the Risks and the Crisis
  198. PM - Increase Capacity of Mental Health Service Providers
  199. PM - Increase Certification of Recovery Housing
  200. PM - Increase Collaboration between Community Organizations & Peer Recovery Groups
  201. PM - Increase Early Interventions for People Misusing Drugs
  202. PM - Increase First Responder Access to Naloxone
  203. PM - Increase Integration of PDMP Data with Surveillance Data
  204. PM - Increase Interstate Exchange of PDMP Data
  205. PM - Increase Involvement in After-School & Faith-based Activities
  206. PM - Increase Public Awareness on the Value of Naloxone
  207. PM - Increase SBIRT by Primary Care Providers and FQHC
  208. PM - Increase SBIRT in Schools & Social Worker Settings
  209. PM - Increase Standing Orders for Naloxone
  210. PM - Increase Training on SBIRT and its Value
  211. PM - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  212. PM - Increase Wide Variety of Opportunities for Peer Recovery Groups
  213. PM - Increase and Optimally Allocate More Funding for MAT
  214. PM - Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  215. PM - Integrate Professional Counselling with Peer Support Programs
  216. PM - Integrate SBIRT into EHRs
  217. PM - Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  218. PM - Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  219. PM - Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  220. PM - Minimize Babies Born with Opioid Dependence
  221. PM - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  222. PM - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  223. PM - Organize & Share Anti Stigma Materials
  224. PM - People with SUDs Experience Long-Term Recovery
  225. PM - Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  226. PM - Prescriber Group - Dentists
  227. PM - Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  228. PM - Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  229. PM - Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  230. PM - Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  231. PM - Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians
  232. PM - Prescriber Group - Surgeons
  233. PM - Reduce Crime, Law Enforcement & Corrections Costs
  234. PM - Reduce Opioid Drug Misuse
  235. PM - Secure Funding for Expanding Addiction Treatment
  236. PM - Strengthen the Coalition to Reduce Opioid Abuse
  237. PM - Support & Advance Effective Treatment
  238. PO-Improve Protective Factors to Reduce SUDs
  239. PO - Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  240. PO - Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  241. PO - Adopt Harm Reduction Practices in Prisons
  242. PO - Adopt Technology to Support Peer Recovery
  243. PO - Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  244. PO - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  245. PO - Create Recovery Ready Communities
  246. PO - Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  247. PO - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  248. PO - Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  249. PO - Distribute Naloxone with Prescriptions for High-Risk Patients
  250. PO - Educate Communities to Prevent First-Time Use and Misuse
  251. PO - Eliminate Counterfeit Prescriptions
  252. PO - Eliminate Pill Mills
  253. PO - Engage Health Professionals to Address the Opioid Crisis
  254. PO - Engage More Organizations in Reducing Stigma of Mental Health, SUDs, Treatment & Recovery
  255. PO - Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  256. PO - Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  257. PO - Enhance Processes & Capacity to Taking a Holistic Approach
  258. PO - Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  259. PO - Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  260. PO - Expand & Enhance Peer Run Recovery Housing
  261. PO - Expand Access to Medication-Assisted Treatment
  262. PO - Expand Access to Naloxone Kits
  263. PO - Expand Adoption of Good Screening Tools
  264. PO - Expand DNA Testing to Improve Precision MAT Therapies
  265. PO - Expand Fentanyl Testing Options
  266. PO - Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  267. PO - Expand Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant Women
  268. PO - Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  269. PO - Expand Participation in Peer Recovery Groups
  270. PO - Expand Places Doing SBIRT
  271. PO - Expand Professional Training on Administering Naloxone
  272. PO - Expand Recovery Schools & College Recovery Programs
  273. PO - Expand Reproductive Services in Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
  274. PO - Expand School Prevention Programs
  275. PO - Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy
  276. PO - Expand Training of Citizens to Administer Naloxone
  277. PO - Expand Training of Professionals in Brief Interventions
  278. PO - Expand Training to Grow & Improve the Treatment Workforce
  279. PO - Fewer People Develop Dependence or SUD
  280. PO - Fewer People Start to Misuse Drugs
  281. PO - Get Funding for Data Integration Infrastructure & Process Enhancements
  282. PO - Harms from Drug Abuse are Minimized
  283. PO - Implement Administrative Processes for Data Sharing
  284. PO - Implement Data Sharing Technology
  285. PO - Implement PDMPs in Every State to Prevent Increased Diversion in States without PDMPs
  286. PO - Improve & Appropriate Shared Comprehensive Assessments
  287. PO - Improve & Expand Screening & Testing for Misuse
  288. PO - Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  289. PO - Improve Access to Recovery Coaches
  290. PO - Improve Access to Treatment that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  291. PO - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs and Opioid-Related Coalitions
  292. PO - Improve Allocations of Funding
  293. PO - Improve Collaboration among State Agencies & with Policymakers
  294. PO - Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  295. PO - Improve Ease of Use of PDMPs for Physicians
  296. PO - Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  297. PO - Improve Identification & Data Collection for NAS
  298. PO - Improve Identification of a Women At Risk of having NAS Baby
  299. PO - Improve Information on Treatment Program Quality & Results
  300. PO - Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  301. PO - Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  302. PO - Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPs
  303. PO - Improve PDMP Integration with Hospitals & Clinics
  304. PO - Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  305. PO - Improve Prescribing Practices
  306. PO - Improve Protective Factors to Reduce SUDs
  307. PO - Improve Referral Mechanisms
  308. PO - Improve Screening for Infectious Disease among Opioid Users
  309. PO - Improve Social Connection
  310. PO - Improve Supportive Affordable Housing Options for People in Recovery
  311. PO - Improve Tracking of Recovery Progress
  312. PO - Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Patients Misusing Opioids
  313. PO - Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Providers who OverPrescribe Opioids
  314. PO - Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  315. PO - Improving Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  316. PO - Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  317. PO - Increase Access to Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARs)
  318. PO - Increase Access to Needle Exchanges
  319. PO - Increase Awareness & Engagement of People to Join Peer Recovery Groups
  320. PO - Increase Awareness of the Risks and the Crisis
  321. PO - Increase Capacity of Mental Health Service Providers
  322. PO - Increase Certification of Recovery Housing
  323. PO - Increase Collaboration between Community Organizations & Peer Recovery Groups
  324. PO - Increase Early Interventions for People Misusing Drugs
  325. PO - Increase First Responder Access to Naloxone
  326. PO - Increase Integration of PDMP Data with Surveillance Data
  327. PO - Increase Involvement in After-School & Faith-based Activities
  328. PO - Increase Public Awareness on the Value of Naloxone
  329. PO - Increase SBIRT by Primary Care Providers and FQHC
  330. PO - Increase SBIRT in Schools & Social Worker Settings
  331. PO - Increase Standing Orders for Naloxone
  332. PO - Increase Training & Certification of Peer Recovery Coaches
  333. PO - Increase Training on SBIRT and its Value
  334. PO - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  335. PO - Increase Wide Variety of Opportunities for Peer Recovery Groups
  336. PO - Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  337. PO - Integrate Professional Counselling with Peer Support Programs
  338. PO - Integrate SBIRT into EHRs
  339. PO - Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  340. PO - Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  341. PO - Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  342. PO - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  343. PO - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  344. PO - Organize & Share Anti Stigma Materials
  345. PO - People with SUDs Experience Long-Term Recovery
  346. PO - Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  347. PO - Prescriber Group - Dentists
  348. PO - Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  349. PO - Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  350. PO - Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  351. PO - Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  352. PO - Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians
  353. PO - Prescriber Group - Surgeons
  354. PO - Reduce Access to Opioids for Misuse
  355. PO - Reduce Crime, Law Enforcement & Corrections Costs
  356. PO - Reduce Stigma for Pregnant Women with Opioid Addictions
  357. PO - Secure Funding for Expanding Addiction Treatment
  358. PO - Strengthen the Coalition to Reduce Opioid Abuse
  359. PO - Support & Advance Effective Treatment
  360. Prioritize SUD Treatment Over Incarceration
  361. Promote Realty4Rehab as a funding source
  362. Public Libraries
  363. RTI - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  364. RTI - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  365. RTI - Empower & Strengthen Parents
  366. RTI - Expand & Enhance Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
  367. RTI - Expand Access to Optimized Medication-Assisted Treatment
  368. RTI - Expand Prescription Drug Take-back & Disposal Program
  369. RTI - Expand Programs Similar to the Angel Program
  370. RTI - Expand SBIRT Program
  371. RTI - Expand School Prevention Programs
  372. RTI - Expand Steps to Minimize Opioid Use During Pregnancy or Pregnancy During Opioid Abuse
  373. RTI - Highlight Positive Role Models & Pathways
  374. RTI - Improve & Expand Screening & Testing for Misuse
  375. RTI - Improve Access to Quality Treatment Programs
  376. RTI - Improve Access to Treatments that Prevent Overdose Deaths
  377. RTI - Improve Family Well-Being & Reduce Foster Care Costs
  378. RTI - Improve Links to Treatment for People who Experience a Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxone Revivals
  379. RTI - Improve Multi-Faceted Post Treatment Support & Social Integration
  380. RTI - Improve Professional Training on Opioids & Alternative Pain Management Approaches
  381. RTI - Improve Re-Entry After Incarceration for People with SUDs
  382. RTI - Improve Safe Storage of Prescription Drugs
  383. RTI - Improve Social Connection
  384. RTI - Increase Electronic Prescribing
  385. RTI - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  386. RTI - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  387. RTI - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  388. RTI - Reduce Access to Opioids
  389. RTI - Stigma & Substance Misuse
  390. RTI - Train Youth to Resist Peer Pressure
  391. Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)
  392. Reduce Access to Prescription Drugs
  393. Reduce Criminal Diversion of Prescription Drugs
  394. Reduce Opioid Prescription for Women of childbearing age
  395. Reduce Over-Prescription of Prescription Drugs
  396. Reduce Stigma for Pregnant Women with SUDs
  397. Reduce Substance Misuse
  398. Relevant Organizations
  399. Resources on Brief Negotiated Interview
  400. SAFE Project
  401. Social Media Campaign
  402. Space
  403. Space.template
  404. Steve Page
  405. Steve and liz
  406. Story behind Realty4Rehab
  407. Strategies to Address Fentanyl
  408. Strengthen Peer Recovery Support Services and Programs
  409. Stretching and Fitness Techniques to Minimize Pain
  410. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
  411. Support & Promote ACE’s Prevention & Mitigation Activities
  412. Support and Advance Effective Treatment
  413. TR- Implement Data Sharing Technology
  414. TR - Address Data Security Requirements for People Under State or Community Supervision
  415. TR - Address Data Security Requirements for People Who Have Been Released
  416. TR - Assign & Connect Care Teams to Work Together
  417. TR - Become a Trauma Informed Community
  418. TR - Coordinate & Improve Efforts to Reduce Illegal Sales of Opioids
  419. TR - Create Recovery Ready Communities
  420. TR - Decrease Deaths due to Opioid Misuse
  421. TR - Decrease Health Costs & Employment Problems due to Opioid Misuse
  422. TR - Develop Consistent Protocols for PDMP Monitoring
  423. TR - Educate Communities to Prevent First-Time Use and Misuse
  424. TR - Educate the Community on Opioid Risks & Alternatives
  425. TR - Eliminate Counterfeit Prescriptions
  426. TR - Eliminate Insurance Company Prior Authorization for MAT
  427. TR - Eliminate Pill Mills
  428. TR - Engage More Organizations in Reducing Stigma of Mental Health, SUDs, Treatment & Recovery
  429. TR - Enhance & Expand Data Sharing among Relevant Systems
  430. TR - Enhance Communication of Information from Healthcare Providers to Law Enforcement
  431. TR - Enhance Processes & Capacity to Taking a Holistic Approach
  432. TR - Enhance Support for Families of People with SUDs
  433. TR - Establish MOUs among Organizations to Enable Data Sharing
  434. TR - Expand & Enhance Drug Courts
  435. TR - Expand & Enhance Peer Run Recovery Housing
  436. TR - Expand Access to Less Addictive Pain Medications
  437. TR - Expand Access to MAT
  438. TR - Expand Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs
  439. TR - Expand Long-term Treatment Options when Required
  440. TR - Expand Partial-fill Prescriptions
  441. TR - Expand Participation in Peer Recovery Groups
  442. TR - Expand Positive Recreation Opportunities
  443. TR - Expand Programs Similar to the Angel Program
  444. TR - Expand Training to Grow & Improve the Treatment Workforce
  445. TR - Get Funding for Data Integration Infrastructure & Process Enhancements
  446. TR - Highlight Positive Role Models and Pathways
  447. TR - Implement Administrative Processes for Data Sharing
  448. TR - Implement PDMPs in Every State to Prevent Increased Diversion in States without PDMPs
  449. TR - Improve, Align & Integrate Relevant Collective Impact Efforts
  450. TR - Improve & Appropriate Shared Comprehensive Assessments
  451. TR - Improve Access to Contraception
  452. TR - Improve Alignment & Teamwork Among Existing Programs & Opioid Related Coalitions
  453. TR - Improve Allocations of Funding
  454. TR - Improve Communication between Corrections & Public Health when People with SUDs are Re-entering Communities
  455. TR - Improve Enforcement of Parity for Mental & Behavioral Health Treatment
  456. TR - Improve Information on Treatment Program Quality Results
  457. TR - Improve Interstate Sharing of PDMP data
  458. TR - Improve Management of Data Collected through PDMPS
  459. TR - Improve Mental Health Services for Women of Reproductive Age
  460. TR - Improve PDMP Integration with Hospitals & Clinics
  461. TR - Improve Practices among Specific Prescriber Groups
  462. TR - Improve Social Connection
  463. TR - Improve Tracking of Recovery Progress
  464. TR - Improve Use of PDMP to Identify Providers who OverPrescribe Opioids
  465. TR - Improve ease of use of PDMPs for Physicians
  466. TR - Improve the Connections between People & Available Community Services & Resources
  467. TR - Improving Links to Treatment for People who Experience Non-Lethal Overdoses or Naloxane Revivals
  468. TR - Increase & Improve Safe Injection Sites
  469. TR - Increase Access to Alternative Therapies to Treat Pain
  470. TR - Increase Awareness & Engagement of People to Join Peer Recovery Groups
  471. TR - Increase Awareness of the Risks & the Crisis
  472. TR - Increase Certification of Recovery Housing​​​​​​​
  473. TR - Increase Collaboration between Community Organizations & Peer Recovery Groups
  474. TR - Increase Early Interventions for People Misusing Drugs
  475. TR - Increase Electronic Prescribing
  476. TR - Increase Integration of PDMP Data with Surveillance Data​​​​​​​
  477. TR - Increase Interstate Exchange of PDMP Data
  478. TR - Increase Involvement in After School & Faith-based Activities
  479. TR - Increase Opportunities for People to be Prescribed Buprenorphine
  480. TR - Increase Tapering off Opioid Pain Medication
  481. TR - Increase Utilization of Already Existing PDMPs
  482. TR - Increase Wide Variety of Opportunities for Peer Recovery Groups
  483. TR - Increase the Use of Secure Electronic Referral Management
  484. TR - Integrate MAT into a Whole Person Care Model
  485. TR - Integrate Professional Counselling with Peer Support Programs
  486. TR - Leverage & Optimize Existing Funding Mechanisms
  487. TR - Manage Compliance with Many Data & Privacy Standards
  488. TR - Manage Permissions Granted by Individuals (Consent to Share)
  489. TR - Minimize Babies Born with Opioid Dependence
  490. TR - Minimize Inappropriate Internet Purchases
  491. TR - Minimize People Starting to Misuse Opioid Drugs
  492. TR - Minimize Theft of Prescription Drugs
  493. TR - Organize & Share Anti Stigma Materials
  494. TR - Prescriber Group - Acute Care
  495. TR - Prescriber Group - Dentists
  496. TR - Prescriber Group - ER Doctors
  497. TR - Prescriber Group - Oral Surgeons
  498. TR - Prescriber Group - Orthopedic Surgeons
  499. TR - Prescriber Group - Pain Centers
  500. TR - Prescriber Group - Primary Care Physicians

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