Medications for opioid use disorder are evidence-based and, in combination with evidence-based behavioral health interventions, are best practice. But successful medications for addiction treatment (MAT) programs need to do more than just prescribe and dispense medication — they must also be designed to address the complex health and social needs of the patients seeking care....

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This guide from Health Leads was developed from a workshop presentation at Putting Care at the Center 2018. The guide was created to help healthcare and community-based organizations create and maintain high-quality resource listings to address clients’ social needs, and includes the steps these organizations can take to better understand and proactively address barriers to...

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This tool from the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) North America was developed from a workshop presentation at Putting Care at the Center 2018. The resource introduces J-PAL’s “generalizability framework,” a practical approach for using evidence to assess whether a given program can be replicated or adapted to work in a new setting....

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This toolkit from CSH includes data visualizations, evidence, and research on supportive housing needs in the US. It includes a review of supportive housing research broken into outcomes and data reports of supportive housing need broken out by population. Explore the toolkit

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