The year long TREAT ME- {Treatment, Recovery, Education, Advocacy, for Teens with Substance Use Disorder in Maine} learning collaborative aims to increase the ability of primary care clinicians to offer comprehensive treatment for adolescent substance misuse and substance use disorders in the primary care setting by increasing knowledge of adolescent substance use disorders, cultivating clinical champions and build a network of support for clinicians engaging in this work.

Participants may join for one Block or all twelve. CME and MOC credit approval is pending.

The Maine Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Maine Medical Association Center for Quality Improvement worked with the Opioid Response Network, Day One, The Office Of Child and Family Services, The Governor’s Office, DHHS, the adolescent addiction treatment program at Boston Children’s hospital and several others to develop the curriculum and recruited faculty with expertise in adolescent psychiatry and adolescent addiction medicine from centers at Boston Medical Center, UCLA, University of Rhode Island, Yale, Johns Hopkins to deliver content over 12 months as both pre recorded asynchronous sessions, live webinars and 2 half day in person live learning sessions.

Implementation has been supported by a Community and Systems Improvement/Innovation Responsive Grant from the Maine Health Access Foundation.

Download a printable flyer for the TREAT ME Learning Collaborative!

Visit the TREAT ME Website to learn more, register, and engage in live and asynchronous content!