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March 5, 2014
SAMHSA Releases FY 2015 Budget Request
Earlier this week the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) released details about the agency’s FY 2015 budget request. SAMHSA has requested $3.6 billion for the next federal fiscal year. This budget request includes funding for the President’s Now is the Time initiative that is designed to promote mental health, prevent violence, improve mental health literacy, identify mental illness early, create a clear pathway to treatment for those in need, and expand the behavioral health workforce. The $3.6 billion request also maintains increases in the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Mental Health Block Grants. More details about this budget request are available here.
New Study on Sources of Prescription Painkillers
A research letter on the “Sources of Prescription Opioid Pain Relievers by Frequency of Past-Year Non-medical Use” published by the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine reported that most Americans who use prescription painkillers for nonmedical reasons get them free from friends or family. The report also showed that the individuals who use prescription painkillers for nonmedical use most frequently get them from a doctor. Several articles have been published on the results found in this study: Columbus Dispatch, Yahoo News, LA Times, JAMA.
OhioMHAS Names Two New Counties for Addiction Treatment Pilot Project
Last week, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) announced that Allen and Hocking counties have been selected to participate in Ohio’s Addiction Treatment Pilot Program (ATPP), bringing the total number of specialized drug court treatment projects to six. Crawford, Hardin, Franklin and Mercer counties are the other participants. ATPP is supported by $5 million set aside by the Legislature in the latest biennial budget to conduct a pilot program to provide addiction treatment, including medication-assisted treatment, to persons who are offenders within the criminal justice system, eligible to participate in a certified drug court program, and selected to be participants in the pilot program because of their dependence on opioids, alcohol or both. The project is a partnership between OhioMHAS and the Supreme Court of Ohio. More information about the ATPP is available here.
Medication-Assisted Treatment: A Standard of Care
The SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions recently interviewed SAMHSA’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz about medication assisted treatment. In this interview Dr. McCance-Katz provided information about the increasing focus on integrated care and the need to consider medication assisted treatment as a standard of care. This article discusses the effectiveness of MAT and the need to incorporate MAT with other supports and services. The full article is available here.