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Technical assistance provided on this site is for chemical health providers, grantees and county chemical health staff.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Grant Writing Manual: Developing Competitive SAMHSA Grant Applications
Technical assistance references for Minnesota chemical dependency treatment programs
The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division has created a list of various references that can be used for technical assistance.
Screening for the Possibility of Co-occurring Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorder in the Behavioral Health Setting (PDF)
This document provides information about screening for co-occurring disorders. Included are examples of commonly used instruments with applicable validity and reliability data.
Use this document along with Treatment Improvement Protocol #37 in the SAMHSA Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons with HIV/AIDS TIP Series 37
Charitable choice provisions and regulations, final rules
A summary of the Charitable Choice provisions of federal law (Title 45, Part 54a, of the Code of Federal Regulations) is available in the Federal Register, September 30, 2003.
For assistance in implementing these provisions, please contact Gene Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (651) 431-2467.
Find a treatment provider
The federal Department of Health and Human Services has created a substance abuse facility locator site where you can locate the drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs nearest you.
Opiate replacement therapy (including methadone and buprenorphine)
There are a variety of resources available for developing and operating programs to provide opiate replacement therapy.
Treatment Improvement Protocol Series
Chemical dependency resource materials can be obtained free of charge from a variety of sources, and the Treatment Improvement Protocols (TIPs) series, published by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) is one of the best of these. Best Practice Resource List
Paths to Recovery is a $9.5 million initiative of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation®. Its purpose is to help treatment programs nationwide identify and improve their work practices so they can get patients in the door more quickly and keep them in treatment long enough to make a meaningful difference.
Counties and tribes
The Chemical Health Promotion Guide describes the community-wide process of bringing together all sectors of a community to encourage, develop and maintain social and environmental conditions and personal attributes that promote chemical health and that reduce or eliminate negative consequences from the use of chemicals.
The Central Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies provides technical assistance and training for 10 states throughout the central region.
The Minnesota Student Survey examines behavioral trends that have changed for the better, for the worse or remained the same. Find information on key issues related to tobacco, alcohol and other drug abuse, sexual behavior, antisocial behavior, victimization at school and school climate.
The 2002 Children’s Report Card was developed to measure progress toward the Minnesota Milestones goals for social and education services for children. The online version of the Children's Report Card gives you the ability to conduct county-by-county analysis and map individual indicators on the Internet.
Program evaluation resources
The Decision Support System (DS) follows Cap’s Logic Model to help you make informed decisions while planning, implementing and evaluating substance abuse prevention programs for communities and states.
The Western Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT.) A "how-to" guide for planning and implementing an evaluation of your prevention program.
The Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Core Measures Initiative This site is designed to help prevention professionals choose appropriate measures for use in evaluating substance abuse prevention programs. The user is provided with a list of CSAP recommended measures for data collection.
Evaluation for the Unevaluated 101, Evaluation for the Unevaluated 102, and Wading Through the Data Swamp: Program Evaluation 201 are on-line evaluation tutorials that consist of hands-on exercises using common evaluation instruments, analyses and interpretation.
General information on designing linguistically and culturally competent services that lead to improved outcomes and recovery.
For more information about the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, contact us at DHS.ADAD@state.mn.us or call us at 651-431-2460.
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