Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs
Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) is provided via videoconferencing platforms to patients with opioid use disorders in rural, underserved communities. The program was created and implemented by the Division of Addiction Research and Treatment.
MOUD for Detention Centers: FORE Foundation
Addiction medicine specialists at the University of Maryland are leveraging telemedicine to deliver medications for opioid use disorder to incarcerated individuals at three rural detention centers on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Visit https://forefdn.org/our-grantees/ for more info.
Suboxone Treatment – Wells House
Hagerstown, Maryland; Frederick, Maryland; Garrett County
Offers telepsychiatry addiction treatment to an outpatient behavioral health clinic.
Maryland Addiction Consultation Service (MACS)
MACS provides state-wide support to prescribers and their practices in addressing the needs of patients with substance use disorders and chronic pain management through phone consultation, training, technical assistance, and resource and referral identification. MACS is funded by the Maryland Department of Health, Behavioral Health Administration and administered by the University of Maryland School of Medicine. For more information on consultation, education, and real-time online learning sessions, visit www.MarylandMACS.org.
The Eastern Shore Mobile Care Collaborative at the Caroline County Health Department (ESMCC)
Provides telepsychiatry services through a mobile van for patients across Caroline County in need of addiction treatment. Our team includes a peer recovery coach, nurse, and counselor, and we see patients in a private room. Please visit http://easternshoremobilecare.org/ for more information.
Caroline County Health Department
Provides telepsychiatry and Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) for patients in need of addiction treatment through the local health department.
Skilled Nursing Facilities: Medications for Opioid Use Disorder Treatment
Program aims to increase the initiation of Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) for hospitalized patients being discharged to Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs) by expanding the provision of care for patients with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD). The Program aims to: expand the capacity of SNFs to provide care for patients with OUD, create systems to enroll patients in the outpatient setting, create linkage across medical and treatment settings, and decrease ED visits and hospital readmissions.