2021 Addiction Medicine Conference
The purpose of the North Carolina Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence is: To promote growth, coordination, communication, and networking efforts within the opioid treatment field, including patients, staff, community, and government in the State of North Carolina, To serve as a resource or participant in the development of and advocacy for legislation and/or policy relevant to the common interest of member programs and their patients at local, state and national levels, To enhance patient care and the provision of treatment services to opioid dependent patients and their families, To advocate for funding and research for behavioral health and medical treatment, educational and vocational programs, and other ancillary services that support best practice for patients, To promote medication assisted treatment as a viable treatment and best practice for opioid dependent persons, To assist others in the provision of suitable standards of care for opioid dependent individuals, To advise its members as to changes in applicable laws, regulations, and advances in medication assisted treatment, To educate policy makers and encourage policy and legislation which facilitate and promote quality treatment for opioid dependent individuals, To work to reduce the stigma and discrimination against opioid treatment providers and patients, and, To promote the professional development of member program staff to ensure best standards of practice for all patients.
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