• Co-Occurring OUD and Psychiatric Disorders
    • Dr. Marc Fishman, Maryland Treatment Centers
    • This presentation covers:
      • The occurrence of depression and other mood disorders with a substance use disorder dual diagnosis.
        • How to assess these clients
        • How to interpret symptoms when co-occurring disorders are present and understand how they may overlap
        • How to treat these clients with medication and family engagement
  • Ask the Doc- Jail MAT
    • Dr. Marc Fishman, Maryland Treatment Centers
    • This presentation covers:
      • Broad considerations for treating opioid use disorder (OUD)
      • Symptom of sedation with some OUD medications and what to do about it
      • The best time of day for dosing
      • Medication cost differences
      • How to decide what dose to start patients on
      • Benefits of injectable medications
      • Options for those who have diverted their OUD medication
        • No research or evidence on what to do; there is just clinical best practice
      • Tactics for preventing and monitoring medication diversion
      • How to talk to clients about maintaining engagement with injectable MOUDs
      • Increasing treatment retention
  • Building MAT Capacity in Jails
    • Warden Mary Ann Thompson and Ms. Monica Thomas, St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center and Ms. Christy McMillan, Allegany County Detention Center
    • This presentation covers:
      • St. Mary’s Offender Reentry program and how they are implementing Maryland House Bill 116
        • Resources and community partnerships that help the inmates upon reentry
        • St. Mary’s Jail partnership with Friends Research Institute and participation in the JCOIN randomized trial
        • Benefits of running an MOUD program in a jail setting
      • The Allegany County jail methadone program development and expansion to prepare for House Bill 116
        • Reentry programming for people leaving jail
  • Jail MAT Economic Evaluation
    • Dr. Sean M. Murphy, Weill Cornell Medical College and CHERISH
    • This presentation covers:
      • Approaches to calculating the costs associated with starting and running an MOUD program in a jail
  • Jail MOUD Considerations
    • Dr. Meskerem Asresahegn and Director Corrine Labbe, Prince George’s County Correctional Center
    • This presentation covers:
      • Overview of the Prince George’s County Detention Center and how they have implemented and expanded services to prepare for House Bill 116
      • Problem solving how to release someone to the community and still maintain them on medication for OUD
      • The medication, counseling, nutritional aspects of their program
      • Implementing policies to prevent medication diversion
      • Some case examples of using MOUD for treatment in their facility
  • Continuity of Care for Individuals Leaving Incarceration on MOUDs
    • Tracy L. D. Schulden and Rebecca Trott, Anne Arundel County Department of Health and Tammy Black, Access Carroll Integrated Health Care
    • This presentation covers:
      • Anne Arundel County Health Department discusses their programs for substance use disorder, their partnership with Anne Arundel County Jails, and their Road to Recovery program for treatment of Opioid Use Disorder.
      • Access Carroll discusses the services they offer for substance use disorder and the continuity of care for individuals transitioning from the Carroll County jail to community treatment.