Substance Use Disorder Toolkit

Approximately 22% of all patients who present in healthcare settings have a substance use condition, such as alcohol, opioid, or other drug abuse or dependence. Consequently, medical settings are important places to identify individuals with Substance Use Disorders (SUD), engage them in treatment and begin providing them services. (Urada et al, 2012).

The following tools and practice guidelines are provided to assist in the identification of Substance Use Disorders in the United States.

Screening Tools


Other Drugs

Additional screening tools

Provider Resources


Other Drugs

Additional educational articles

Patient Resources

You can help members access the resources they need by calling our Care Management Services or instructing them to call the number on the back of their insurance card.



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