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This newly updated Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) helps providers and administrators better understand how to include families in substance use disorder treatment and services. This TIP, first published in 2004, has been revised to reflect new research and developments.
This guide provides individuals who provide or coordinate reentry services for women involved in the CJ system with resources for serving women who are reentering the community after a period of incarceration. It is a "checklist" of considerations when working with women who are justice involved.
This fact sheet is for women who are pregnant or of childbearing age with an opioid use disorder
This information sheet, for practitioners, explains the importance of concurrent treatment of OUD with prenatal/postpartum care and the importance of providing the materials to clients.
This poster is for clients and their family members in OUD treatment who are pregnant or who are currently not pregnant but of childbearing age.
This guide offers best practices for treating women living with substance use disorders in co-ed treatment and recovery settings. It highlights the importance of gender differences, cultural sensitivity, and developing healthy relationships.
Muchas madres luchan diariamente con la depresión y muchas de ellas ni siquiera saben que están deprimidas. Este kit de herramientas está diseñado para los proveedores comunitarios, incluyendo los que trabajan en programas de visitas al hogar; los trabajadores del programa WIC; y el personal de Head Start Temprano, Head Start y otros programas de cuidado de niños.
This toolkit equips providers with information about depression, and offers strategies in working with mothers who may be depressed. The toolkit includes resources, referrals and handouts for depression, and screening tools for more serious depression.
This guide assists providers in offering treatment to women living with substance use disorders. It reviews gender-specific research and best practices, such as common patterns of initial use and specific treatment issues and strategies.
This fact sheet provides tips for coping with stress during an infectious disease outbreak. It describes common signs of stress and how to recognize when to get help.
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