Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS) Mentoring Program is a national network of trained clinicians with expertise in addiction and pain management aimed at improving health professionals’ confidence and skills in preventing, identifying, and treating substance use disorders using evidence-based practices. PCSS provides one-on-one guidance via email, phone, or in person.
This website provides resources for treatment of substance use disorders and information on how to recognize an overdose. The Naloxone Locator is a tool used to find free naloxone kits, including Narcan®, for individuals that are at risk of experiencing an opioid overdose and to friends/family that may witness an opioid overdose. When administered in time, naloxone saves lives by reversing an opioid overdose.
The Oxford House concept is a community-based approach to addiction recovery, providing an independent, supportive, and sober living environment. Oxford Houses are rented homes that are self-run and financially self-supported, following a standardized system of democratic operation. Each home can serve approximately 8-15 residents. Oxford House supports homes for men, women, men with children, or women with children. Oxford House, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c)3 corporation serving as the umbrella organization which provides the network connecting all Oxford Houses and allocating resources to duplicate the concept.
Faces and Voices of Recovery (F&V) a nonprofit organization dedicated to nationwide organization and mobilization of the recovery community, including families, friends, and allies of individuals with substance use conditions. F&V supports the development and implementation of recovery community organizations (RCO) and networks of recovery throughout Florida. F&V provides training, technical assistance, and support tailored to the local needs of existing and emerging RCOs in each Managing Entity region by involving key stakeholders and community partners to increase capacity and access to peer recovery support services.