As part of CVS Health’s commitment to fighting the opioid epidemic, the CVS Health Foundation has made a $2 million commitment in support of Federally-qualified community health centers to increase access to medication-assisted treatment and other recovery services.
Together, the CVS Health Foundation and National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) convened a panel of experts to develop a protocol of best practices for community health centers on provider prescribing guidelines, medication-assisted treatment, behavioral health and collaboration with other community organizations to treat and prevent prescription drug abuse among at-risk patients.
These guidelines will serve as a resource for the community health centers below who have received grants from this partnership to provide treatment for opioid addiction.
AltaMed Health Services Corporation, Los Angeles, CA
Blue Ridge Community Health Services, Hendersonville, NC
Brockton Neighborhood Health Center, Brockton, MA
Charles River Community Health, Brighton, MA
Cherry Street Services, Inc., Grand Rapids, MI
Community Health Services of Pinellas, St. Petersburg, FL
Cornerstone Family Healthcare, Cornwall, NY
El Rio Santa Cruz Neighborhood Health Center, Inc., Tucson, AZ
Family Care Health Centers, Saint Louis, MO
Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, Methuen, MA
Lakewood Resource and Referral Center, Lakewood, NJ
La Maestra Family Clinic, San Diego, CA
Marin City Health & Wellness Center, Marin City, CA
Neighborhood Health Care, Cleveland, OH
PCC Community Wellness Center, Oak Park, IL
Project H.O.P.E., Camden, NJ
Sacramento Native American Health Center, Sacramento, CA
Shawnee Health Service and Development Corporation, Carterville, IL
Total Health Care, Baltimore, MD
United Community and Family Services, Norwich, CT
William F. Ryan Community Health Center, New York, NY