The American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (AATOD) has worked with multiple entities over the years to improve patient care, policies, and best practices related to methadone treatment services throughout the country. This site provides information about the AATOD conference held every 18 months, available literature and guidelines, and relevant current news.
CSAT's Division of Pharmacologic Therapies (DPT) manages the oversight activities for the regulations related to the use of approved medications to treat opioid addiction (methadone, LAAM, and Buprenorphine). DPT provides a number of resources, free publications, and current news and events.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse is a Federal scientific research institute and is part of the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It is the largest supporter of the world's research on drug abuse and addiction and their site provides a great deal of information about different drugs of abuse, current news, and several free publications.
The Physician Clinical Support System (PCSS) is a national program that is free and provides information and mentoring on utilizing methadone for treatment of opioid addiction and/or pain and utilizing buprenorphine for treatment of opioid addiction. Health care practitioners can connect with experts in the field, obtain a mentor, and also access a number of free resources. This site provides links to webinars, clinical guidelines, upcoming in-person training, and information on relevant legislation and policies.
The World Health Organization (WHO) site provides reports and other publications aimed at working towords better health for everyone, everywhere. It also provides additional resources, fact sheets, and information on current projects.
Suboxone.com is the official site for Suboxone. The site provides information on how the medication works, the treatment process, information for families, client stories, and links to other resources.
Vivitrol.com is the official site for Vivitrol by Alkermes. This site provides information about how the medication works, how to find a prescribing physician and safety information.
The Live Better Idaho (LBI) website helps Idahoans seek, find, and access services from providers who offer those services. LBI's goal is for visitors to quickly and easily find information they need about a service and learn how to receive that service, within three mouse clicks.
The 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine, a free statewide community Information and Referral service, is a program of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. 2-1-1 services are available almost everywhere in the United States. Simply dial 2-1-1 and you can be connected to an information and referral specialist for health and human services available in your community.
Our goal is to provide free rides to qualified candidates and to provide the best possible service as we continue to grow the program. Please contact our office to see if you qualify and to register for our program. The following suggestions will provide you with a better understanding of what we do and what you can do to help us serve you better.
We are an active group of people in recovery from alcohol and substance abuse, as well as for the ones who support those of us in recovery. Together, we help each other focus on our forgotten, or newly found, abilities and interests. We are about each other, for each other, and with each other.
Phoenix Multisport fosters a supportive, physically active community for individuals who are recovering from a substance use disorder. Through pursuits such as climbing, hiking, running, strength training, yoga, road/mountain biking, socials and other activities, we seek to help our members develop and maintain the emotional strength they need to stay sober.