States Policies to Expand Access to Substance Use Disorder Treatment during COVID-19

New Data from JCOIN’s Brown University Clinical Research Center Source: PDAPS The Prescription Drug Abuse Policy System (PDAPS) is an online resource, developed by a team at the Center for Public Health Law Research at Temple University, through a supplement to JCOIN’s Brown University Clinical Research Center (Hub), that provides data and information on state…

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Drug Abuse Policy Surveillance System (001)

This project deployed a unique substance use-specific policy lab called the Drug Outcome Policy Evaluation (DOPE) to better understand the impact of state policies and subsequent health. DOPE expands on the Prescription Drug Abuse Policy System (PDAPS) and the Drug Abuse Policy System (DAPS), which were developed in 2017, to track state policies aimed to address the toll of opioid misuse, and will rank policies or policy features across states and measure their effects on population health.

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