Opioid Information and Medication Assisted Treatment
Iowa Opioid State Targeted Response (STR)
STR is a two-year, SAMHSA-supported, initiative to expand and enhance opioid use disorder prevention and treatment services across Iowa.
The purpose is to build community capacity for a successful community response to the opioid crisis through the following goals:
- Build an enhanced, statewide infrastructure to address opioid misuse in Iowa
- Increase awareness of opioid risks through statewide prevention efforts
- Increase the use of medication assisted treatment and other evidence-based practices in Iowa
Click on each of the following to access the documents: Iowa's program fact sheet, statewide STR Needs Assessment, assessment data maps and STR Strategic Plan.
For treatment resources, please click on the Opioid Treatment Programs or Providers tabs to the left.
Medication Assisted Treatment for Prescription Drug and Opioid Addiction (MAT-PDOA)
MAT-PDOA was a three-year, SAMHSA-supported, initiative to expand and enhance substance use disorder treatment services across Iowa.
The purpose was to provide a broad array of best practices including Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for prescription drug and opioid use disorder treatment and integrated care services in four Iowa counties with the demonstrated need for enhancement and expansion of opioid treatment services. This grant included support for project-specific recovery support services,including medications, medical consultation, and care coordination. Organizations offered a selection of MAT medications from the list below:
- Acamprosate (Campral)
- Buprenorphine (Suboxone, etc)
- Naltrexone (Revia, Depade, Vivitrol)
- Disulfiram (Antabuse)
MAT-PDOA Report: Year Two mid-year Evaluation
MAT-PDOA Report: Year One MAT Grant Evaluation
Find an Iowa MAT provider: Open map in a new window (tab)