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2019 MATOD Legislative Summary Public Policy Partners (PPP) presents a review of activities during the 2019 Maryland General Assembly Session View Summary Download PDF #ENDSTIGMA Dual‑Core Processor, Integrated GPS
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Bi-monthly meetings discuss State, Federal and Local regulations and trends regarding reimbursement, best-practices and other OTP related issues.

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As Maryland’s chapter of AATOD, we promote high quality, comprehensive medication-assisted treatment through collaboration, advocacy and education.

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Welcome To MATOD!

On behalf of the MATOD’s Board of Directors, I am delighted to welcome you to your new website – www.MATOD.org.

We hope that you will visit frequently to learn about OTP related news; upcoming meetings, trainings, conferences and events; advocacy opportunities; regulatory and legislative information and membership related information. It is still a work in progress, so please stop by often.

Upcoming Events

Event Spotlight

Secret No More: A Book Discussion with Author Lisa Hillman

Lisa Hillman and Howard Ashkin, MATOD’s President, discussed a parent and family’s journey through addiction and recovery at the April 28th annual Annapolis Book Festival.

The reduction of stigma associated with addiction and its treatments was one of many discussion points with the author and group of 30 people who attended.

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Opioid Misuse Prevention Program

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Latest News

America’s Opioid Crisis: Outpatient Treatment is Effective and Accessible | Pew Charitable Trusts

America’s Opioid Crisis: Outpatient Treatment is Effective and Accessible | Pew Charitable Trusts

More than 2 million Americans suffer from opioid use disorder, but only about 25% of people receive any sort of care. For many, inpatient treatment often means leaving a job and loved ones behind to seek recovery. Substance use disorder, however, is a chronic disease that needs long-term management and may be better suited to outpatient treatment options that help address the whole person, not just the disease.

KTDO Policy Agenda 2019

Maryland has taken sever critical steps in recent years to address longstanding and pervasive barriers to treatment for children and adults with mental health and substance use disorder. We are making progress, but we are not out of the woods yet.

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