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Racial/ethnic residential segregation and the availability of opioid and substance use treatment facilities in US counties, 2009–2019

It is with great pleasure that I share TSRG team member’s recent article in SSM – Population Health: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352827322002683. Dr. Mike DiNardi, Dr. Will Swann, and Dr. Serena Kim evaluated racial/ethnic disparities in the availablity of treatment facilities over time (2009 – 2019) using Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatement Services (N-SSATS)

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Please Help Us Reach Our Goal

The Microsoft Alumni Give campaign ends today! Please help us reach our goal for this event by donating before the deadline. All donations will be amplified by the Microsoft Alumni Network’s $100,000 stretch pool and the TSRG board will match all donations dollar-for-dollar up to $1000! Please make your donations to The Schreiber Research Group at microsoftalumnigive.com . We working hard to

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Boost TSRG By Donating Today!

The Microsoft Alumni Give campaign kicks off today! Anyone can donate in this giving event, and we would love your support! Microsoft donations will be amplified by the Microsoft Alumni Network’s $100,000 stretch pool and the TSRG board will match all donations dollar-for-dollar up to $1000! Please make your donations at microsoftalumnigive.com making your gift go further. Your donation to TSRG will

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Giving Season on the Horizon

TSRG is preparing for 2022 giving season! Once again, Giving Season is the time of year where we raise money for our internship program and our partnership with the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs. We create opportunities for students interested in research and working with a start-up nonprofit to learn new skills and bolster their careers. We

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Otero County Health Department and TSRG Awarded $1 million HRSA RCORP – Implementation Grant

Today, TSRG would like to announce that in partnership with the Otero County Health Department (OCHD), our collaborative application for the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Implementation grant has been approved by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy! The grant is a multi-year initiative by HRSA aimed at reducing the morbidity and mortality of substance

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Introducing Mohamed Djama Guedi and the Mandela Washington Fellowship Program

Mohamed Djama Guedi has more than three years of experience in data science and the industrial Internet of Things. Currently, Mohamed is project manager at SGTD Container Terminal, where he manages innovative projects at the Port of Djibouti. Mohamed set up a free hands-on workshop on artificial intelligence that promotes a data-driven decision-making culture. He holds a bachelor’s degree in

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The risks of taking benzodiazepines for more than 2 – 4 weeks

The risks of taking benzodiazepines for more than 2 -4 weeks are finally getting attention in the press and through various new published articles.  TSRG is working with the Alliance for Benzodiazepine Best Practices (Dr. Alexis Ritvo and Bernie Silvernail), the Benzodiazepine Information Coalition (Dr. Christy Huff and Nicole Lamberson), Choices Recovery Training (Ginger Ross), the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention’s Benzodiazepine

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Please meet Danielle Edwards, one of TSRG’s 2022 interns!

Danielle Edwards, one of two TSRG interns in 2022, is assisting with the Rural Recovery Network project to investigate the availability of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in 9 county’s criminal justice facilities in rural southern Colorado. This is part of a MAT expansion project through Colorado SB-21-137.  Danielle is conducting a literature review, transcribing audio, and video files, helping prepare a

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Substance Abuse Journal article published: Perceived impact of COVID-19 on prevention, treatment, harm reduction, and recovery services for opioid use disorder: National survey of local health departments!

It is with great pleasure that I share our first article utilizing TSRG’s 2020 national survey data has been published in the Substance Abuse Journal! Thank you to everyone who gave us guidance on the survey instrument, collected data, or supported this work.  We are actively working on a second paper and hope to finalize a submission this summer.  https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08897077.2022.2060429

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Racial/ethnic residential segregation and the availability of opioid and substance use treatment facilities in US counties, 2009–2019

It is with great pleasure that I share TSRG team member’s recent article in SSM – Population Health: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352827322002683. Dr. Mike DiNardi, Dr. Will Swann, and Dr. Serena Kim evaluated racial/ethnic disparities in the availablity of treatment facilities over time (2009 – 2019) using Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatement Services (N-SSATS)

Read More »

Please Help Us Reach Our Goal

The Microsoft Alumni Give campaign ends today! Please help us reach our goal for this event by donating before the deadline. All donations will be amplified by the Microsoft Alumni Network’s $100,000 stretch pool and the TSRG board will match all donations dollar-for-dollar up to $1000! Please make your donations to The Schreiber Research Group at microsoftalumnigive.com . We working hard to

Read More »

Boost TSRG By Donating Today!

The Microsoft Alumni Give campaign kicks off today! Anyone can donate in this giving event, and we would love your support! Microsoft donations will be amplified by the Microsoft Alumni Network’s $100,000 stretch pool and the TSRG board will match all donations dollar-for-dollar up to $1000! Please make your donations at microsoftalumnigive.com making your gift go further. Your donation to TSRG will

Read More »

Giving Season on the Horizon

TSRG is preparing for 2022 giving season! Once again, Giving Season is the time of year where we raise money for our internship program and our partnership with the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs. We create opportunities for students interested in research and working with a start-up nonprofit to learn new skills and bolster their careers. We

Read More »

Otero County Health Department and TSRG Awarded $1 million HRSA RCORP – Implementation Grant

Today, TSRG would like to announce that in partnership with the Otero County Health Department (OCHD), our collaborative application for the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Implementation grant has been approved by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy! The grant is a multi-year initiative by HRSA aimed at reducing the morbidity and mortality of substance

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