In the other comments box please add additional information about project ideas.

Washington State's Department of Social and Health Service's Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) is interested in collecting responses from stakeholders and partners to develop a comprehensive project proposal to address the opioid crisis in our state.

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* 1. Agency Information

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* 2. Please rank the following required SAMHSA activities as the most valuable to Washington state's opioid response plan.

  1. Least Valuable 2. Less Valuable 3. Moderately Valuable 4. Valuable 5. Most Valuable
Delivery Models that enable full spectrum treatment and recovery support services (hub and spoke model).
Implement community recovery support services such as peer supports, recovery coaches, and recovery housing.
Implement prevention and education services including training of healthcare professionals on the assessment and treatment of OUD, training of peers and first responders on recognition of opioid overdose and appropriate use of the opioid overdose antidote naloxone. Develop evidence based community prevention efforts including evidence-based strategic messaging on the consequence of opioid misuse, and purchase and distribute naloxone and train on its use.
Provide assistance to patients with treatment costs and develop other strategies to eliminate or reduce treatment costs for uninsured or underinsured patients.
Provide treatment transition coverage for patience reentering communities from criminal justice settings or other rehabilitative settings.

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* 3. Please rank the following SAMHSA allowable activities as most valuable to Washington State's Opioid plan.

  1. Least Valuable 2. Moderately Valuable 3. Most Valuable
Address barriers to receiving Medically Assisted Treatment.
Support innovative telehealth strategies in rural and underserved areas to increase the capacity of communities to support OUD prevention, treatment, and recovery.
Develop and implement tobacco cessation programs, activities, and/or strategies.