Ending the HIV Epidemic will require providing evidence-based interventions to help people with HIV who have Substance Use Disorders (SUDs).
This webinar reviewed:
- The impact of SUDs (alcohol, opioids and methamphetamine) on the outcomes along the HIV care continuum
- Three effective evidence-based SUD interventions (Medication Assisted Treatment/MAT, Motivational Interviewing/MI, and Contingency Management/CM)
- Two examples of jurisdictional efforts addressing SUD as part of their EHE plans
- TA and training for EHE jurisdictions interested in implementing or enhancing an EHE and SUD initiative
This online TA event is the latest in a series for Ending the HIV Epidemic jurisdictions, convened by TAP-in, the HRSA-funded Technical Assistance Provider supporting the EHE jurisdictions.
The webinar is part of the support being provided to Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) jurisdictions through TAP-in, the HRSA-funded technical assistance provider.
Learning Objectives, Agenda & Speakers(2:35)
Purpose of the webinar, the panel, and a case study.
SUDs and the HIV Care Continuum (7:58)
The population-level negative impact of different substance use disorders among people with HIV.
Evidence-Based Treatments (21:54)
New twist on evidence-based treatments: 2021, medications for OUD (MOUD), motivational interviewing, and more.
EHE Regional Approach (43:01)
Overview of the shift away from criminalization, medication for opioid use disorder expansion through SAMSHA-funded state opioid response, EHE learning collaborative, and more.
Addiction Training/ATTC Network (50:57)
Overview of SAMSHA’s technology transfer centers program, TTC HIV resources, and more.
TAP-in/TA Training (55:25)
Overview of TAP-in review of EHE substance use plans, recap on how TAP-in can help as a resource and TA abilities.