Resource Topic:

Substance Use Disorder

Brief Intervention: Tom

This video provides an example of a patient interaction. It depicts a primary care physician delivering a brief intervention to patient who has completed the DAST drug screening form.

Brief Intervention: Jill

This video provides an example of a patient interaction. It depicts a primary care physician delivering a brief intervention to patient who has completed the AUDIT alcohol screening form.

Building Motivation: Weekly Worksheet (EFDC)

This tool can be used by patients either on their own or in conjunction with a Behavioral Health Care Manager (BHCM) as part of a CoCM program. The worksheet helps patients follow through on the different components of their self-care program, tracking their progress...

Tips for Discussing Sensitive Topics with Your Doctor (NIH)

Much of the communication between doctor and patient is personal. To have a good partnership with your doctor, it is important to talk about sensitive subjects, like sex or memory problems, even if you are embarrassed or uncomfortable. This guide will help patients...

Depression and Older Adults (NIH)

Resources for patients, caregivers and providers from the National Institute on Aging. This article explains common signs and symptoms of depression, treatment options, and what to do if you or your loved one may be at risk for depression.

MotherToBaby Fact Sheet: Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

These Fact Sheets answer frequently asked questions about many common exposures during pregnancy and breastfeeding, including medications, recreational substances, cosmetic treatments, health conditions, infections, vaccines, and more. Available in English and...

MCPAP for Moms Pediatric Toolkit

MCPAP for Moms promotes maternal and child health by building the capacity of providers serving pregnant and postpartum women and their children up to one year after delivery to effectively prevent, identify, and manage mental health and substance use concerns.

Change Plans Worksheet

This tool can be used by patients on their own or in conjunction with a Behavioral Health Care Manager (BHCM) as part of a CoCM program. The worksheet helps patients set meaningful goals for behavioral change to enhance their wellbeing, utilizing personal reflection...

My Goals

Goals can exist in various areas of our lives. Sometimes in setting goals it’s helpful to think about the different areas of our lives and what we’d like to accomplish in those areas if we had all the time, motivation, energy and resources in the world. This worksheet...