This presentation will discuss the four papers included in the monograph, Recovery-oriented Methadone Maintenance (ROMM)
At the conclusion of the presentation each participant will be able to:
• Describe changes in the degree of recovery-orientation within the evolution of methadone maintenance in the United States.
• Identify three concerns that have contributed to efforts to increase the recovery orientation within Opioid Treatment Programs
• List key service practices that distinguish ROMM
• Discuss strategies aimed an decreasing social and professional stigma attached to medication-assisted treatment in the United States
Intended Audience: This presentation is designed for patients and providers of methadone maintenance and other medication-assisted treatments as well as other addiction professionals and recovery support specialists wishing to learn more about the application of the concepts of recovery management and recovery-oriented systems of care to the arena of medication-assisted treatment.