COVID-19: information on addiction treatment provision (links)

First published: 22/05/2020 | Last updated: August 3rd, 2020

Treatment services A-Z

Adfam briefing on alcohol and domestic violence in the context of COVID-19 restrictions: click here

Adfam statement on COVID-19: click here

Alcoholics Anonymous (along with contact details for enquiries about meetings): click here

American Addiction Centers links to free virtual 12-step meetings: click here

American Society of Addiction Medicine guidance: click here

Australian Government: additional $6 million to support drug and alcohol services during COVID-19: click here

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction: Virtual Care for Mental Health and Substance Use during COVID-19 infographic

Care Grow Live (CGL) page about going online during COVID-19: click here

CASAT On Demand (US): behavioural health resources – COVID-19: click here

Collective voice: regularly updated resources for treatment services: click here

Collective Voice: information and links for treatment services, including information on CQC inspections: click here

Drugs Research Network Scotland link to worldwide documents relating to harm reduction and treatment: click here  

Drugs Research Network Scotland rapid review of international approaches to the continuity and safety of Opiate Replacement Therapies during the Covid-19 pandemic (PDF): click here

EMCDDA: COVID-19 resources page for people who use drugs (PWUD) and drug service providers

Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Trust Library and Knowledge Service Covid -19 resources

Homeless Link: Information on homelessness and COVID-19: click here

Humankind statement: click here

International Drug Policy Consortium: resources and information for those working in or managing residential rehabs – available in both English and Spanish: click here

JAMA Network Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) diagnosis and treatment resources

Narcotics Anonymous UK: click here

NHS Substance Misuse Provider Alliance: Supervised Dispensing after COVID-19

NHS Substance Misuse Provider Alliance: Practice examples of services adapting during Covid-19 to help eliminate BBV’s

NHS (UK): Remote prescribing guidance for health and justice sites During the COVID-19 pandemic (PDF): click here

NHS (UK): accessing drug services during COVID-19: relations radio talks to Dr Emily Finch, addictions clinical director at South London Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust: click here

New Zealand Drug Foundation: COVID-19 Play it Safe – information on how to stay safe

Recovery Review Blog: redesigning Addiction and Recovery Services in a COVID-19 World USA: click here

Royal College of Psychiatrists: guidance for psychiatrists working in mental health settings: click here

Royal College of Psychiatrist COVID-19: Working with vulnerable people: click here

Scottish Drug Forum COVID-19 information hub: click here 

Scottish Drug Forum database shows COVID-19 updates to drug treatment & injecting equipment service delivery across Scotland: click here

Scottish Government announces extra support for people affected by alcohol and drug use during the COVID-19 pandemic: click here

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) guidance for alcohol services: click here for PDF

SHAAP updated guidance on Alcohol and COVID-19: click here

SMART recovery for details about support whilst lock-down measures are in place: click here

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Coronavirus (COVID-19) links to guidance, training resources, etc. updated

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) releasing $110 Million in Emergency Grant Funding for Substance Use Treatment and Mental Health Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic: click here

The Australian Alcohol and Drug Foundation guidance on supporting communities: click here

The Pharmaceutical Journal advice for pharmacists: click here

The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association on monitoring COVID-19 in Australia: click here

UK government: letter from the Home Secretary to the Chair of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) relaxing regulations on prescribing controlled drugs: click here

UNODC Suggestions about treatment, care and rehabilitation of people with drug use disorder in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: click here

We Are With You treatment services: click here

 

The SSA does not endorse nor guarantee the accuracy of the information in external sources or links, and accepts no responsibility or liability for any consequences arising from the use of such information

Every effort is made to maintain the accuracy of the information on the SSA website. However, things change all the time. If you discover any out-of-date links or if you know of other links that could be included, please let us know.

 

Treatment services A-Z

Adfam briefing on alcohol and domestic violence in the context of COVID-19 restrictions: click here

Adfam statement on COVID-19: click here

Alcoholics Anonymous (along with contact details for enquiries about meetings): click here

American Addiction Centers links to free virtual 12-step meetings: click here

American Society of Addiction Medicine guidance: click here

Australian Government: additional $6 million to support drug and alcohol services during COVID-19: click here

Care Grow Live (CGL) page about going online during COVID-19: click here

CASAT On Demand (US): behavioural health resources – COVID-19: click here

Collective voice: regularly updated resources for treatment services: click here

Collective Voice: information and links for treatment services, including information on CQC inspections: click here

Drugs Research Network Scotland link to worldwide documents relating to harm reduction and treatment: click here  

Drugs Research Network Scotland rapid review of international approaches to the continuity and safety of Opiate Replacement Therapies during the Covid-19 pandemic (PDF): click here

EMCDDA: COVID-19 resources page for people who use drugs (PWUD) and drug service providers

Homeless Link: Information on homelessness and COVID-19: click here

Humankind statement: click here

International Drug Policy Consortium: resources and information for those working in or managing residential rehabs – available in both English and Spanish: click here

Narcotics Anonymous UK: click here

NHS (UK): Remote prescribing guidance for health and justice sites During the COVID-19 pandemic (PDF): click here

NHS (UK): accessing drug services during COVID-19: relations radio talks to Dr Emily Finch, addictions clinical director at South London Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust: click here

New Zealand Drug Foundation: COVID-19 Play it Safe – information on how to stay safe

Recovery Review Blog: redesigning Addiction and Recovery Services in a COVID-19 World USA: click here

Royal College of Psychiatrists: guidance for psychiatrists working in mental health settings: click here

Scottish Drug Forum COVID-19 information hub: click here 

Scottish Drug Forum database shows COVID-19 updates to drug treatment & injecting equipment service delivery across Scotland: click here

Scottish Government announces extra support for people affected by alcohol and drug use during the COVID-19 pandemic: click here

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) guidance for alcohol services: click here for PDF

SHAAP updated guidance on Alcohol and COVID-19: click here

SMART recovery for details about support whilst lock-down measures are in place: click here

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) releasing $110 Million in Emergency Grant Funding for Substance Use Treatment and Mental Health Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic: click here

The Australian Alcohol and Drug Foundation guidance on supporting communities: click here

The Pharmaceutical Journal advice for pharmacists: click here

The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association on monitoring COVID-19 in Australia: click here

UK government: letter from the Home Secretary to the Chair of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) relaxing regulations on prescribing controlled drugs: click here

We Are With You treatment services: click here

 

The SSA does not endorse nor guarantee the accuracy of the information in external sources or links, and accepts no responsibility or liability for any consequences arising from the use of such information

Every effort is made to maintain the accuracy of the information on the SSA website. However, things change all the time. If you discover any out-of-date links or if you know of other links that could be included, please let us know.

 

Treatment services A-Z

Adfam briefing on alcohol and domestic violence in the context of COVID-19 restrictions: click here

Adfam statement on COVID-19: click here

Alcoholics Anonymous (along with contact details for enquiries about meetings): click here

American Addiction Centers links to free virtual 12-step meetings: click here

American Society of Addiction Medicine guidance: click here

Australian Government: additional $6 million to support drug and alcohol services during COVID-19: click here

Care Grow Live (CGL) page about going online during COVID-19: click here

CASAT On Demand (US): behavioural health resources – COVID-19: click here

Collective voice: regularly updated resources for treatment services: click here

Collective Voice: information and links for treatment services, including information on CQC inspections: click here

Drugs Research Network Scotland link to worldwide documents relating to harm reduction and treatment: click here  

Drugs Research Network Scotland rapid review of international approaches to the continuity and safety of Opiate Replacement Therapies during the Covid-19 pandemic (PDF): click here

EMCDDA: COVID-19 resources page for people who use drugs (PWUD) and drug service providers

Homeless Link: Information on homelessness and COVID-19: click here

Humankind statement: click here

International Drug Policy Consortium: resources and information for those working in or managing residential rehabs – available in both English and Spanish: click here

Narcotics Anonymous UK: click here

NHS (UK): Remote prescribing guidance for health and justice sites During the COVID-19 pandemic (PDF): click here

NHS (UK): accessing drug services during COVID-19: relations radio talks to Dr Emily Finch, addictions clinical director at South London Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust: click here

New Zealand Drug Foundation: COVID-19 Play it Safe – information on how to stay safe

Recovery Review Blog: redesigning Addiction and Recovery Services in a COVID-19 World USA: click here

Royal College of Psychiatrists: guidance for psychiatrists working in mental health settings: click here

Scottish Drug Forum COVID-19 information hub: click here 

Scottish Drug Forum database shows COVID-19 updates to drug treatment & injecting equipment service delivery across Scotland: click here

Scottish Government announces extra support for people affected by alcohol and drug use during the COVID-19 pandemic: click here

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) guidance for alcohol services: click here for PDF

SHAAP updated guidance on Alcohol and COVID-19: click here

SMART recovery for details about support whilst lock-down measures are in place: click here

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) releasing $110 Million in Emergency Grant Funding for Substance Use Treatment and Mental Health Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic: click here

The Australian Alcohol and Drug Foundation guidance on supporting communities: click here

The Pharmaceutical Journal advice for pharmacists: click here

The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association on monitoring COVID-19 in Australia: click here

UK government: letter from the Home Secretary to the Chair of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) relaxing regulations on prescribing controlled drugs: click here

We Are With You treatment services: click here

 

The SSA does not endorse nor guarantee the accuracy of the information in external sources or links, and accepts no responsibility or liability for any consequences arising from the use of such information

Every effort is made to maintain the accuracy of the information on the SSA website. However, things change all the time. If you discover any out-of-date links or if you know of other links that could be included, please let us know.