Motivational Interviewing is an integral part of SBIRT, and its principles can also be applied to other therapeutic interactions revolving around behavior change.
The SBIRT toolkit is designed for practitioners and organizations who are using (or considering using) Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment in a variety of settings.
The Risk Management toolkit is designed to help individuals and organizations providing methadone treatment reduce the risk of adverse incidents among their clients.
The co-occurring disorder toolkit is a compilation of resources for individuals and organizations who treat clients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
Electronic Health Records provide the ability to keep all information in one place, streamlining and organizing the process of recording a patient’s history, screens, conditions, and visit.
Among people who have used or currently use intravenous drugs, one in three young adults and three in four older adults are Hepatitis C-infected.
Substance use by adolescents is a significant public health problem and is associated with both acute and long-term health problems. This is a SBIRT for Youth toolkit.