Grantee Stories, Tools, and Resources

Find grantee stories, tools, videos, and other resources to support your prevention efforts.

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Opportunities for Engaging Partners to Prevent Opioid Overdose-related Deaths

This tool presents different sectors prevention practitioners may want to engage in opioid overdose prevention efforts, along with opportunities for meaningful engagement.

T/TA Tools 2018
Primary Care 101: A Glossary for Prevention Practitioners

This glossary offers an introduction to the key players in primary care.

T/TA Tools 2018
Tips for Ensuring a Culturally Competent Collaboration

This tip sheet provides an introduction to key players involved in on-campus substance abuse prevention efforts, important considerations for working together, and examples of how to engage campuses and college students in community prevention efforts.

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Collaborating with Higher Ed

This tip sheet provides an introduction to key players involved in on-campus substance abuse prevention efforts, important considerations for working together, and examples of how to engage campuses and college students in community prevention efforts.

 

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Worksheet: Developing a Recruitment Action Plan

This tool will help you map out and track who, when, and how to reach out to potential partners.

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Tips for Successful Recruitment

This tool presents some tried-and-true tips from seasoned prevention practitioners on “getting to yes.”

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Growing Your Collaboration: Preparing for Recruitment

Effective recruitment takes planning. This tool presents the four phases of successful recruitment, starting with doing your homework.

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Worksheet: Assessing the Readiness of Potential Partners to Collaborate

Use this tool to prioritize potential partners, based on their readiness to work with you.

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21st Century Partners in Prevention

This tool can help you detect any gaps in your current prevention resources and identify potential partners to fill them.

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Worksheet: Identifying New Partners

This tool can help you detect any gaps in your current prevention resources and identify potential partners to fill them.

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Worksheet: Analyzing Existing Partnerships

Use this tool to better understand the skills and expertise that current partners bring to your prevention table.

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What Do We Mean by Resources?

Prevention practitioners often collaborate to maximize resources and/or fill resource gaps. This tool describes three types of prevention resources— fiscal, human, and organizational.

 

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Worksheet: Are You Ready? Assessing Readiness to Collaborate

Use this checklist to find out if your prevention team or organization is ready to engage in collaboration. 

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Principles of Collaboration

This tool presents six important principles of collaboration.

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Collaboration Across SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework

This tool presents opportunities for collaborating at each step of the SPF.

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Levels of Collaboration

Stakeholders can work together in many different ways, for many different reasons. This chart presents four levels of collaboration, ranging from simple to complex.

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Why Should We Collaborate?

Discover some important reasons why collaboration is essential to substance misuse prevention.

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Tips for Engaging with Prescribers to Prevent Opioid Misuse

This tool provides prevention practitioners with practical tips for connecting with and involving prescribers in prescriber education programs to prevent opioid misuse.

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Using International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Codes to Assess Opioid-Related Overdose Deaths

This tool is designed to support prevention practitioners in using International Classification of Disease (ICD) codes to understand and describe the impact of opioid overdose in their communities.

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The Intersection of Opioid Abuse, Overdose, and Suicide: Understanding the Connections

This webinar is the first in a two-part series that explores the connections between opioid abuse, overdose, and suicide.

Archived Webinars 2018

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