David Delfin

rural nevada

Seeking Applicants for the Reaching Rural Initiative

On behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA); the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); and the State Justice Institute (SJI), the Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR) is excited to share this solicitation for Reaching Rural: Advancing Collaborative Solutions. This initiative is grounded in the value of “for rural, by rural.” The

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Stimulant Trifold Brochures

Stimulant Information Brochures for Providers or Consumers help educate on stimulants, including the effects of stimulants use, pregnancy and stimulant use, and treatment options for persons using stimulants. Stimulant Information Brochure for Providers Stimulant Information Brochure for Consumers The Opioid and Stimulant Trifold Brochures were designed for display as trifold pamphlets. Although we have created

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Opioid Trifold Brochures

Opioid Information Brochures for Providers or Consumers help educate on opioids and opioid use, including effects of opioid use, pregnancy and opioid use, medications for opioid use including opioid overdose reversal medications, and treatment options for persons using opioids. Opioid Information Brochure for Providers Opioid Information Brochure for Consumers The Opioid and Stimulant Trifold Brochures

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Be Prepared – (Poster)

Naloxone is a safe, life-saving medication that can reverse an overdose from opioids. Termed an ‘opioid overdose reversal medication’, Naloxone is easy to carry and administer. This poster illustrates being prepared for an overdose emergency by having an opioid overdose reversal medication on-hand, just like people commonly have a fire extinguisher on-hand for a fire

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Maintaining Fidelity to ACT – Guide

SAMHSA has issued a new practical guide on Maintaining Fidelity to ACT: Current Issues and Innovations in Implementation.  To support continued efficacy of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), it is critical to reaffirm its fundamentals and promote awareness of new developments relevant to implementation of the model.  Serving as a follow-up and companion product to SAMHSA’s Assertive

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Engaging Community Coalitions to Decrease Opioid Overdose deaths

Engaging Community Coalitions Guide

Today, SAMHSA, in collaboration with RTI International, is releasing the following resource intended to aid community practitioners in the ongoing work to end the overdose crisis. “Engaging Community Coalitions to Decrease Opioid Overdose Deaths”.  This product will equip public health practitioners, coalitions, nonprofits, and other groups working to prevent opioid-related death in their local communities

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ORCCA Practice Guide

Today, SAMHSA, in collaboration with RTI International, is releasing the following resource intended to aid community practitioners in the ongoing work to end the overdose crisis. Opioid-Overdose Reduction Continuum of Care Approach (ORCCA) and it is available for free online.   This product will equip public health practitioners, coalitions, nonprofits, and other groups working to prevent

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SAMHSA’s Guide on Connecting Communities to Substance Use Services: Practical Approaches for First Responders

SAMHSA has issued a new practical guide on Connecting Communities to Substance Use Services: Practical Approaches for First Responders. When first responders (law enforcement, fire, and EMS) encounter people who use drugs (PWUD), they have an opportunity to connect individuals to a variety of different substance use services depending on their needs. This resource document

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