This document from the Office of Population Affairs serves as a resource guide for organizations who are beuing sustainable programs
The Decision Support Tool (DST) is designed to help provider organizations sustainably finance integrated care. The DST empowers providers to estimate Medicare and Medicaid revenue across prominent integrated care services to finance these services more effectively in community mental health care, substance use treatment and primary care provider organizations. It includes a list of specific billing codes, service types, professional discipline coverage, documentation and time requirements.
“This document provides healthcare and behavioral health providers detailed guidance for the creation, implementation, and evaluation of a perinatal navigator program to serve pregnant and parenting individuals impacted by substance use.
This Toolkit provides resources and support for partners looking to implement the MOMs Initiative in their hospital.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment provides statistics on various health topics, including substance use and addiction. The data can be accessed through reports, dashboards, and interactive tools.
Tools and resources from the CDC for public health professionals to plan, design, implement, and evaluate public health programs and interventions.
The implementation guide is a supplemental document to support clinics in their efforts to integrate substance use and obstetric services through their participation in the IMPACT project.
This toolkit provides partners with the steps to implement Circle of Parents in their community.
This discussion guide helps organizations determine if the Circle of Parents model aligns their goals and resources for supporting families in their community.
This toolkit provides a perinatal continuum of care framework for healthcare providers to support mental health during pregnancy and after birth.