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COVID-19 CA Bridge and MAT Services National Emergency Response

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Immediately reduce person to person contact in MAT services

Bridge program and MAT services must take immediate action to slow COVID-19 spread by implementing social distancing into all aspects of care. 
COVID-19 CA Bridge and MAT for Opioid Use Services National Emergency Response (3/20/2020—noon PT): See new guidance from PHI’s California BRIDGE on how to immediately reduce person-to-person contact when offering Medication Assisted Treatment for opioid use. Protocols aim to slow COVID-19 spread by implementing social distancing into all aspects of care and ensure access and availability to medications. Read their press release.

Originally published by California Bridge


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