The State Targeted Response(STR) Technical Assistance (TA) Consortium was created to support your efforts in addressing opioid use disorder prevention, treatment and recovery. This project, funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), will help is here to provide local expertise in your communities to help address the opioid public health epidemic. The STR-TA team stands ready to assist you.
Overall mission: to provide training and technical assistance to enhance prevention, treatment, (especially medications to treatment opioid use disorders like buprenorphine, naltrexone, and methadone), and recovery efforts across the country...
The goal: of STR-TA is to be responsive to meet local needs providing training and TA on evidence-based practices in the prevention, treatment, and recovery of opioid use disorders through experienced local prescribers and clinicians. This effort has been designed as a locally tailored and locally driven approach to TA delivery. Read more about TA
Who is on the STR-TS Team?
The STR-TA Consortium utilizes experienced prescribers and clinicians in prevention, treatment, and recovery who are collaborating to facilitate access to evidence-based resources. Each state/territory will have a designated team led by a regional Technology Transfer Sepcialist (TTS) who will coordinate an expert in the implementation of evidence-based practices.
Additional expert consultants are also available to meet the requester's specific needs when needed.
Meet your Arizona STR-TA Team
What does the free technical assistance (TA) look like? Technical assistance can take a shape in a variety of different forms. Here are some examples*:
*TA is not limited to these. Please submit a request so we can figure out how to help!
What can be requested?
Any type of project, topic, or issue along the continuum of care for the opioid epidemic can be requested and evaluated. Here are a few examples of areas we can provide support with or more information about:
|• Evidence-Based Prevention Programs (Life Skills, Strengthening Families)||• MAT Training||• Medication-Assisted Recovery|
|• Safe Opioid Prescribing/Drug Misuse||• Psychosocial Interventions (CBT, MI, Clinical Supervision)||• Peer Support/Recovery Coach Models|
|• Media/Public Awareness Campaign||• Pharmacotherapy: Buprenorphine, Methadone, Naltrexone||• Integration of Peers/Peer Supervision|
|• SBIRT: General Adolescent ED||• Buprenorphine Waiver Trainings||• Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care|
|• Naloxone Training/Distribution||• Collaborative/Integrated Care models||• Recovery Coalition/Community Building|
|• Adolescent/Young Adult Prevention||• Telepsychiatry/Telehealth||• Recovery Housing|
|• Program Implementation||• Buprenorphine Induction in ED||• Peer Workforce Development|
|• Coalition Development||• Pain Management||• Youth/Young Adult Recovery|
|• School/Educational Programs||• Implementation TA/Systems Change|
|• Drug Take-Back/Disposal||• Clinician/Public Health Advocacy|
Eligibility and Timeline
Where Can I Apply for TA?
Anythime between 02/01/2018 - 01/31/2019
February 1, 2018: SAMHSA awarded the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) working with ATTC and a coalition of 22 national healthcare organizations a two-year grant to provide technical assistance to all U.S. States and Territories to address the opioid epidemic.
Where Do I Apply for TA?
Submit your request online at www.getSTR-TA.org today!
Those seeking technical assistance should submit a request form via the websiite www.getSTR-TA.org. The TTS will get back to you within one business day.
Vicky Solomon | Prevention Specialist
Ralph Luciani, MD | Clinical Treatment Specialist
Dona Dmitrovic, MS | Recovery Support Specialist
Benjamin Nguyen, MSW, ASW, CPH | Technology Transfer Specialist