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University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction (UVM CORA)

Description
Works to support and build evidence-based practices for addiction treatment and prevention for substance use disorder (SUD), including opioid use disorder (OUD), in rural communities throughout Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Offers education and outreach, examples of best practices, training, access to a clinician advisory board, and epidemiologic and evaluation services to identify existing and future addiction treatment needs and barriers.
Tagged as
Opioid Crisis ยท Substance Use and Misuse

Funding & Opportunities (1)

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Resources (13)

  • Expanded Naloxone Distribution to Reduce Rural Opioid Overdose Mortality, 05/2022, view details
  • Maine Baseline Needs Assessment: First Responders, 02/2022, view details
  • Maine Baseline Needs Assessment: Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Barriers and Beliefs, 02/2022, view details
  • Maine Baseline Needs Assessment: Rural Practitioners and Stakeholders, 02/2022, view details
  • New Hampshire Baseline Needs Assessment: Barriers to Substance Use Disorder Treatment, 10/2021, view details
  • New Hampshire Baseline Needs Assessment: Practitioner Comfort Treating Substance Use Disorder, 10/2021, view details
  • New Hampshire Baseline Needs Assessment: Practitioner Comfort Treating Substance Use Disorder: COVID-19 Impact on Substance Use and Treatment, 09/2021, view details
  • New Hampshire Baseline Needs Assessment - Practitioners and Community Stakeholders, 02/2022, view details
  • Peer-Based Recovery Support Services Delivered at Recovery Community Organizations, 11/2021, view details
  • Rural-Urban Disparities in U.S. Cigarette Smoking Quit Ratios, 11/2022, view details
  • UVM CORA Community Rounds: Strategies for Distributing Naloxone to Rural Communities, 07/2022, view details
  • Vermont Baseline Needs Assessment: Rural and Non-Rural Practitioners, 06/2021, view details
  • Vermont Baseline Needs Assessment: Rural Practitioners and Community Stakeholders, 03/2021, view details