We are pleased to provide you with an e-Digest of the latest resources and information posted on BHtheChange.org.
Featured Highlight: Resource Digest:
Opioids, Marijuana, and Tobacco
(Co-treatment & Co-use)
Did you know that daily & intermittent smokers are three times more likely to report past year non-medical prescription opioid use? And that marijuana and tobacco are often used in combination? Fortunately, co-treatment of opioids, marijuana, and nicotine use can maximize overall behavioral health outcomes for clients, and there exists ample research on co-treatment models and strategies for integrating tobacco dependence treatment into existing behavioral health services.
Check out NBHN’s latest resource digest on BHtheChange.org where you’ll find a plethora of available resources related to the linkage between opioids, marijuana, and tobacco use.
SAVE THE DATE (4/8/19 @ 2pm ET)
for an upcoming NBHN-hosted webinar on Co-Treatment of
Opioids & Tobacco Use!
Additional New Posts and Information:
- NBHN Blog: STATING the Obvious: Tobacco Disparities CAN be Eliminated through State Tobacco Control Efforts
- Report: Advancing Tobacco Prevention and Control in Rural America (NNPHI)
- Upcoming SCLC webinar (3/12 @ 2pm ET): Advancing Smoking Cessation in California’s Medicaid Population: The Medi-Cal Incentives to Quit Smoking (MIQS) Project
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