COVID-19 and Substance Use Services

Updated: Oct 13, 2020

Public health responses to COVID-19 have changed everything in the way that practice is conducted in treatment, harm reduction, and recovery settings. Learn what this new landscape currently looks like, how various sectors in the field are adapting, and what resources are needed to ensure safety and wellness for individuals accessing services and supports.

Learning Objectives:

  • Federal and state policy changes as a result of COVID-19

  • COVID-susceptibility to people using substances, people in recovery, and special populations

  • Changes in practice and other considerations across various service disciplines






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