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KS SUD Work by Mind Map: KS SUD Work

1. Kansas Prescription Drug and Opioid Advisory Committee Multi-Disciplinary, Multi-Agency statewide advisory committee for prescription drug and opioid prevention and treatment. State Plan Development and Implementation

1.1. Focus Areas

1.1.1. Prevention

1.1.1.1. Kansas Poison Control Center Medication Safety initiatives

1.1.2. Provider Education

1.1.2.1. Partner Efforts

1.1.2.1.1. KHA/KMS Joint Committee on Opioid Abuse - Provider Education

1.1.2.1.2. Kansas Partnership for Pain Management -statewide pain management education and quality improvement

1.1.2.1.3. Great Plains Quality Innovation Network - Opioid use related to high risk medicare customers and opioid provider and general education

1.1.2.1.4. Project ECHO - tele-learning opportunities for pain management, OUD/addiction, K-TRACS, etc.

1.1.2.1.5. Shawnee County Collaborative on Chronic Pain - Provider education, medication disposal, and other opioid initiatives

1.1.3. Treatment & Recovery

1.1.4. Law Enforcement

1.1.5. Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

1.1.5.1. Partner Efforts

1.1.5.1.1. Kansas Perinatal Quality Committee

1.2. Membership

1.2.1. Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services Kansas Department of Health and Environment DCCCA Kansas Bureau of Investigation Kansas Hospital Association Kansas Foundation for Medical Care University of Kansas School of Medicine- Wichita University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas Poison Control Center US Department of Health and Human Services Kansas State Child Death Review Board Kansas Pharmacists Association Kansas Department of Corrections Kansas Attorney General’s Office Kansas Board of Pharmacy Kansas Board of Healing Arts Kansas Medical Society Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police Kansas Sheriffs Association Kansas Native American Affairs US Attorney's Office – District of Kansas Kansas Healthcare Collaborative Prairie Band Pottawatomie Tribe Kickapoo Social Services Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska Substance Abuse Center of Kansas Hutchinson Clinic Beacon Health Options Greenbush- Southeast Kansas Education Service Center Kansas Department for Children and Families Mirror Inc. Sunflower Health Plans Shawnee Mission Medical Center Topeka Police Department Shawnee Mission Medical Center American Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons Kansas Family Partnership Allen County Multi-Agency Team Safe Streets Wichita Valley Hope Blue Valley School District Douglas County Health Department

2. Governor's Behavioral Health Services Planning Council (GBHSPC) (statute 39-1605) Federally mandated BH Services Advisory Council for Kansas

2.1. Kansas Citizen's Committee on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (KCC) (Statute 39-5382) Advisory Council for KS SUD Treatment and Prevention

2.1.1. State Quality Committee (SQC) for SUD treatment

2.1.2. KPDOAC

2.2. Children's Sub-Committee

2.3. Housing and Homeless Sub-Committee

2.4. Justice-Involved Sub-Committee

2.5. Prevention Sub-Committee

2.5.1. Suicide Prevention Workgroup

2.5.2. KPDOAC

2.6. Rural and Frontier Sub-Committee

2.7. Veterans Sub-Committee

2.8. Vocational Sub-Committee

3. Behavioral Health Association of Kansas (BHAK) Focus on increasing state BH capacity, increasing access to services, improving outcome, and integrating BH care (MH and SUD)

3.1. CKF Addiction Treatment DCCCA Mirror Preferred Family Healthcare Valley Hope Ashby House City on a Hill Corner House Higher Ground New Chance New Dawn Wellness & Recovery Sims-Kemper

4. Kansas Association of Addiction Professionals (KAAP) Advocacy for addiction treatment and prevention

4.1. Center for Counseling and Consultation City on a Hill Comcare Crawford MHC Four County MHC The Guidance Center HIgh Plains MHC Horizon's Joco MHC MH Association of SC KS Mirror New Chance OP Treatment Center Pawnee MH Recovery Concepts PARS Sims-Kemper Valeo ValueOptions

5. KDADS Single State Agency (SSA) for SUD services

5.1. Substance Abuse Block Grant Received annually. Current grant 10/2017 - 9/2019 $11,876,972

5.1.1. SUD Prevention $2,494,164

5.1.1.1. Kansas Prevention Collaborative Statewide community coalition support system

5.1.1.1.1. DCCCA - Training and Technical Assistance

5.1.1.1.2. WSU - Communication and Logistics

5.1.1.1.3. Greenbush - Data & Evaluation

5.1.1.2. Kansas Prevention Collaborative Community Initiative grants for Underage Drinking and Marijuana prevention

5.1.1.2.1. Implementation Cohort I Grantees Finney County Sedgwick County Jefferson County Johnson County Dickinson County Rice County

5.1.1.2.2. Implementation Cohort II Grantees Reno County Nemaha County Harvey County Sedgwick County

5.1.1.2.3. Planning Grantees Barber County Doniphan County Grant County Jackson County

5.1.2. SUD Treatment $8,788,962

5.2. Partnerships for Success 2015 $735,019/year 2015-2020

5.2.1. Prescription Drug Initiative (DCCCA) $300,000/year

5.2.1.1. Community Coalition Grantees Live Well Finney County Safe Streets Wichita Live Well Live Atchison (prior)

5.2.1.2. Statewide Safe Use, Storage, and Disposal initiatives

5.2.1.2.1. Statewide deterra bag distribution

5.2.1.2.2. Pharmacy Pilot Projects - Saline, Pratt, Harvey, Reno, Franklin, Neosho, and Linn County

5.2.1.2.3. Lock box distribution statewide and to all DCCCA foster famillies

5.2.1.3. State Planning & Implementation - KPDOAC

5.2.1.4. Awareness campaigns & state/community education and training

5.2.1.5. Data Collection Pilot Project - KU Addictions Clinic

5.2.1.6. Annual Kansas Opioid Conference

5.2.2. Underage Drinking Community Prevention Initiatives (Community Coalitions)

5.2.2.1. Atchison County Ness County Woodson County Seward County Sumner County Barton County Meade County

5.3. STR Total $6,228,804 $3,114,402/year

5.3.1. Statewide Prevention

5.3.1.1. It Matters Media Campaign

5.3.1.2. DCCCA Grant

5.3.1.2.1. Mini Grants

5.3.1.2.2. Medication Disposal Sites

5.3.1.2.3. Law Enforcement Education

5.3.1.2.4. Provider Education

5.3.2. Statewide Treatment and Recovery Services

5.3.2.1. CKF Addiction Treatment 65 N.Central and Western Counties

5.3.2.1.1. Levels of Service: Detox, Residential, and Outpatient MAT Care Coordination Telehealth MyStrength App Narcan purchasing and education for First Responders Universal Screening in healthcare settings Physician waivers - Bup. OUD Project ECHO and Community trainings

5.3.2.2. RADAC/SACK Covers 13 Central & NE Counties

5.3.2.2.1. MAT - Served 437 patients (As of 10/18) CBT & Other EBPs - served 220 Peer Mentor Services - Served 235

5.3.2.3. Four County Mental Health Center Covers 15 SE KS Counties

5.3.2.3.1. Assessments Ind./Group Counseling Outpatient tx Chronic Pain workshop Care Coordination Case Management, Attendant Care Peer Support MAT Waiver training Naloxone purchasing

5.3.2.4. KU Addictions Clinic Covers 17 NE Counties

5.3.2.4.1. MAT Insurance application assistance Community referrals Group/Ind. counseling Transportation access Care Coordination Patient/Family Education Purchasing Naloxone

5.4. SOR $4,047,286

5.4.1. Details pending - SUD Prevention and Treatment

6. KDHE

6.1. CDC Data-Driven Prevention Initiative 9/2016-8/2019 $1,349,991/year

6.1.1. Data

6.1.1.1. K-TRACS Enhancements EHR Integration Data collection and analysis

6.1.2. Statewide Planning- KPDOAC

6.1.3. Prevention in Action

6.1.3.1. Awareness Campaigns

6.1.3.2. Education for LE, Pharmacists, Healthcare providers, etc.

6.1.4. Community Mini-Grants $105,400

6.1.4.1. Finney County Community Health Coalition Drug Free Osage County Lawrence-Douglas Co HD Partners for Wichita Harvey County HD Shawnee PARS

6.2. CDC Opioid Crisis Funding 9/2018-8/2019 $2,434,248

6.2.1. Local Health Department Grant Funding $1,000,000

6.2.2. LE Naloxone Survey Assessment

6.2.3. Education

6.2.3.1. Train the Trainer on opioids in KS fod LHDs EMS Community Health Workers Healthcare providers Coroners SBIRT

6.2.4. Drug overdose death reporting improvements

6.2.5. Law Enforcement Opioid Summit

6.2.6. Syndromic surveillance in emergency departments enhancements

6.3. BRFSS

6.4. Morbidity and Mortality Data

7. KDOC

7.1. MAT in KDOC prisons

8. KDOT

8.1. Impaired Driving statewide education, enforcement, and research efforts Around $2,500,000/year

9. KHP

9.1. Naloxone Grant?

10. Governor's SUD Task Force

10.1. Report to the Governor with recommendations

11. Drug Free Communities Grantees - Community Level SUD Prevention

11.1. Sumner County Sedgwick County Harvey County Reno County Allen County Riley County Osage County

12. Kansas Board of Pharmacy/K-TRACS

12.1. DOJ funding for enhancements - PERx