The Adopt SBIRT project is a training and technical assistance component of the Nevada Opioid STR Initiative to address the tremendous opioid crisis by expanding access to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), reduce unmet treatment needs, and reduce opioid overdose-related deaths through the provision of prevention, treatment and recovery services for Opioid Use Disorders (OUDs) in Nevada. SBIRT implementation holds the potential to improve and strengthen Nevada’s healthcare system by assisting primary care centers, ERs, trauma centers, and community health settings to provide opportunities for early intervention with at-risk substance users before more severe consequences occur. The Adopt SBIRT project includes: No-cost in-person and online training, technical assistance to support SBIRT implementation, outreach, and increase opportunities for Nevadan’s to seek help with OUDs.

SBIRT Training is delivered in small or large group settings (seminars, workshops, and courses) and designed to teach key concepts related to SBIRT such as overview presentations and implementation. Trainings provide opportunities for valuable peer-learning and in the long term, open the door to building a community of practice within the organization. Technical Assistance (TA) can be provided by phone, email, videoconferencing or in-person. TA Topics may include: Workflow; reimbursement for SBIRT; staff coaching on motivational interviewing; SBIRT in specific populations: women, adolescents, and older adults; and using technology to support implementation.

To request a training or learn more about what Adopt SBIRT can provide for your organization, please go to “Contact Adopt SBIRT’ located in the drop down menu on the right side of this page.

To see a list of available online training opportunities, please go to “Online Courses” in the “Resources” section of the drop down menu.

Improving MAT Access and Quality Through Collaborative Care: The CoOp Model

Presented by: Kenneth B. Stoller, M.D.
Download the PowerPoint slides here.

Mental Health Crisis Law (72 Hour Hold updates)


MOUD Training


ALTO Training


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The Provider Clinical Support System provides online training for healthcare professionals on evidence-based clinical practices for opioid use disorders through online courses, webinars, podcasts, and videos. CME/CE is available.

AB474 Training

The Intersection of Opioid Abuse, Overdose, and Suicide: Understanding the Connections 

A two-part webinar series from SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT) and Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) that explores the connections between opioid abuse, overdose, and suicide. The first webinar examines current research on the relationship between these problems, discusses opportunities for cross-sector collaboration to address them, and describes examples from the field where this work is already underway. The second webinar explores common characteristics among people with chronic pain, challenges they often face, and factors that place them at increased risk for adverse outcomes. Expert presenters also discuss strategies, including non-pharmacological approaches, for reducing the risk of opioid overdose and suicide in this population, and explore barriers to receiving care.

Life Change Center Opioid Awareness Summit

Helping Save Lives Using the Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale

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