As part of CVS Health’s commitment to fighting the opioid epidemic, the CVS Health Foundation has made a $2 million commitment in support of Federally-qualified community health centers to increase access to medication-assisted treatment and other recovery services.
Together, the CVS Health Foundation and National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) convened a panel of experts to develop a protocol of best practices for community health centers on provider prescribing guidelines, medication-assisted treatment, behavioral health and collaboration with other community organizations to treat and prevent prescription drug abuse among at-risk patients.
These guidelines will serve as a resource for the community health centers below who have received grants from this partnership to provide treatment for opioid addiction.
- AltaMed Health Services Corporation, Los Angeles, CA
- Blue Ridge Community Health Services, Hendersonville, NC
- Brockton Neighborhood Health Center, Brockton, MA
- Charles River Community Health, Brighton, MA
- Cherry Street Services, Inc., Grand Rapids, MI
- Community Health Services of Pinellas, St. Petersburg, FL
- Cornerstone Family Healthcare, Cornwall, NY
- El Rio Santa Cruz Neighborhood Health Center, Inc., Tucson, AZ
- Family Care Health Centers, Saint Louis, MO
- Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, Methuen, MA
- Lakewood Resource and Referral Center, Lakewood, NJ
- La Maestra Family Clinic, San Diego, CA
- Marin City Health & Wellness Center, Marin City, CA
- Neighborhood Health Care, Cleveland, OH
- PCC Community Wellness Center, Oak Park, IL
- Project H.O.P.E., Camden, NJ
- Sacramento Native American Health Center, Sacramento, CA
- Shawnee Health Service and Development Corporation, Carterville, IL
- Total Health Care, Baltimore, MD
- United Community and Family Services, Norwich, CT
- William F. Ryan Community Health Center, New York, NY