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advlismallPFR/ATTC Network ALI Team Project

Integration of Primary and
Behavioral Healthcare

 

 

The PFR/ATTC Network ALI team chose the following areas of focus:

  1. Counselor access to the Prescription Drug Monitoring Database
  2. Work with Federally Qualified Health Centers with focus on Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) and Access to Recovery (ATR)
  3. Service integration across systems for pregnant women with substance use disorders (SUDs)


PRESENTATION:
Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Provider Integration: Fiscal Barrier Reduction


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Associate Team:
Kim Brown, AAPS, CPM - Medicaid Coordinator
State of Kansas, Addiction and Prevention Services; Topeka, KS

Diane Bynum, MS, LAC, LADAC, LADAC, CCDP-D, CADC, CS
Associate Director, Western Arkansas Counseling & Guidance Center
Fort Smith, Arkansas

Karen Mooney, LCSW, CAC III - Manager, Women's Substance Use Disorder Programs; CO Dept. of Human Services - Denver, CO

Kurt Snyder, MMGT, LAC, LSW - Executive Director; Heartview - Bismark, ND

Coach: Lynn Madden, MPA, CHE - Chief Executive Officer
Apt Foundation, New Haven, CT

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