Addiction Treatment Starts Here Learning Collaborative and Network The Center for Care Innovation’s Addiction Treatment Starts Here program includes three learning collaboratives designed to increase access to MAT through primary care, behavioral health and community partnerships. California Bridge Program The California Bridge Program is developing hospitals and emergency rooms into primary access points for the treatment of acute symptoms of SUDs – enhancing and increasing access to 24/7 treatment in every community in the state. California Department of Public Health Projects The California Department of Public Health will incorporate academic detailing into health plans and health payer systems, establish a fentanyl reporting system, and work to improve the functionality of the opioid surveillance dashboard. California Hub & Spoke System The California Hub and Spoke System consists of narcotic treatment program (Hubs) and office-based treatment settings (Spokes) that provide ongoing care and treatment. The program aims to increase the number of providers prescribing buprenorphine for opioid use disorder. California Poison Control System The University of California, San Francisco is building expertise of opioid overdose, opioid withdrawal, and initiation of buprenorphine for pharmacists and physicians staffing the California Poison Control Center, leveraging the existing scope, ease of access, and current CPCS/emergency department consultation relationships. California Substance Use Line The University of California, San Francisco is expanding the current 24/7 MAT mentorship network to cover all new emergency departments, primary care, mental health, and hospital access points. California Youth Opioid Response This program aims to increase access through expansion of current and new services for MAT and OUD prevention for youth & families. Youth Peer Mentor Program The California Conservation Corps is performing initial assessments to determine prevention, treatment and/or recovery activities that can address the opioid crisis. Justice System Touchpoints This project aims to increase awareness of treatment resources, how to access MAT services, and overdose prevention and intervention tactics for various criminal justice populations. CURES Optimization The California Department of Justice will support the optimization and performance of California’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program database. Drug Take-Back The California Product Stewardship Council will support statewide drug take-back programs in approved locations. DUI MAT Integration This effort includes California Highway Patrol trainings to increase awareness of drug use and impairment and the creation of linkages between DUI treatment programs and MAT resources and referrals. Expanding MAT in County Criminal Justice Settings This program focuses on expanding access to at least two forms of MAT to persons in jails and drug courts. MAT Access Points The aim of this project is to support MAT start-up activities and/or enhancement efforts in at least 200 MAT Access Points throughout California, with the goal of increasing the number of patients with substance-use disorders treated with medications, counseling and other recovery services. MAT Toolkits and GPRA Data Collection Harbage Consulting is developing a series of educational toolkits about the benefits of MAT, and to promote access to this evidence-based treatment, and to promote access to this evidence-based treatment. Media Campaign Media Solutions is leading an effort to design a statewide, multi-media campaign targeted at individuals with OUD and their families, with an emphasis on making connections to treatment. Mentored Learning This project supports the expansion of the mentored learning project led by the California Society of Addiction Medicine. Mother&Baby Substance Exposure Initiative This project aims to decrease neonatal abstinence syndrome severity and length of stay in the hospital and increase the number of mothers in long-term recovery through MAT. Naloxone Distribution Project The Naloxone Distribution Project aims to reduce opioid overdose deaths through the provision of free naloxone, in its nasal spray formulation. NTP Treatment Capacity The goal of this project is to expand MAT capacity in California’s Narcotic Treatment Programs, with an emphasis on increasing access to buprenorphine. Primary Care Residency This project will educate and train health care professionals about addiction medicine by incorporating addiction medicine & MAT curriculum into California residency programs. SUD Workforce: Recovery & MAT Summits This workforce training summit will provide education and resources pertaining to MAT, tools to address and reduce stigma, and ways the workforce can join California’s current efforts to address SUD emerging epidemics. Supportive Housing Health Right 360 is providing access to recovery residence transitional housing and peer support for homeless individuals with OUD in San Francisco to facilitate continued engagement in SUD treatment and related recovery support services. Systems of Care This project aims to strengthen the addiction treatment eco-systems in California counties and decrease gaps in coordination of patient transitions moving between higher and lower levels of care. Tribal MAT Project The Tribal MAT Program aims to improve MAT access for urban and tribal communities by increasing the total number of waivered prescribers certified and providing expanded MAT services that incorporate the values and culture of the communities being served. Prescriber Support Initiative The University of California, Los Angeles will survey waivered prescribers, which will guide the work of “physician champions” deployed to provide on-site support. Young People in Recovery Young People in Recovery will launch chapters and life-skills curriculum programs to youth in recovery from opioid use and substance use disorders.