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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration (ADAA) Overview. September 23, 2009 Thomas P. Cargiulo, PharmD , BCCP Director. Treatment Services. Levels of Care Ambulatory Treatment Level 0.5 Early Intervention Level I Outpatient Level II.1 Intensive Outpatient Residential Treatment

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Alcohol and drug abuse administration adaa overview

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration (ADAA) Overview

September 23, 2009

Thomas P. Cargiulo, PharmD, BCCP

Director


Treatment services

Treatment Services

  • Levels of Care

    • Ambulatory Treatment

      • Level 0.5 Early Intervention

      • Level I Outpatient

      • Level II.1 Intensive Outpatient

    • Residential Treatment

      • Level III.1 Halfway House

      • Level III.3 Long Term Residential

      • Level III.5 Long Term Residential – Therapeutic Community

      • Level III.7 Medically Monitored Short Term Residential


State tobacco and drug prevention and treatment funding the almost big picture

State Tobacco and Drug Prevention and Treatment Funding The (Almost) Big Picture*

ADAA: Alcohol and Drug Abuse AdministrationDPSCS: Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services

DHMH: Department of Health and Mental HygieneGOCCP: Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention

DHR: Department of Human ResourcesMDOT: Maryland Department of Transportation

DJS: Department of Juvenile ServicesMSDE: Maryland State Department of Education

* Taken from presentation by Dr. Simon Powell, Principal Analyst, Maryland General Assembly


Funding sources for substance abuse prevention and treatment

Funding Sources for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment


Fy 2009 prevention and treatment services allocation

FY 2009 Prevention and Treatment Services Allocation


Funding by jurisdiction

Funding by Jurisdiction


Alcohol and drug abuse administration adaa overview

Treatment Effectiveness

  • Alcohol and Drug dependent people who participate in drug treatment

    • Decrease substance use

    • Decrease criminal activity

    • Increase employment

    • Improve their social and intrapersonal functioning

    • Improve their physical health

  • Drug use and criminal activity

    ⇓⇓ for virtually all who enter treatment

    results the longer they stay in treatment.


Adaa funded adult level i outpatient treatment outcomes fy 2004 fy 2009

ADAA-Funded Adult Level I Outpatient Treatment Outcomes FY 2004 - FY 2009


Expand access to substance abuse services goal 1 expand buprenorphine treatment access

Expand Access to Substance Abuse Services Goal 1:Expand Buprenorphine Treatment Access

GOAL

STRATEGIES

MEASURES

OUTCOMES

  • Support online and face to face buprenorphine trainings for every interested physician in the State

  • Enhance buprenorphine services in every jurisdiction in the State

Increase # of physicians trained

Expand Buprenorphine Treatment Access

Increase number of patients served to 2000

# of jurisdictions provided technical assistance/ training


Alcohol and drug abuse administration adaa overview

Expand Access to Substance Abuse Services Goal 2:Redirect Payment for Outpatient Care from State-funded Grants to Medicaid Payments

GOAL

STRATEGIES

MEASURES

OUTCOMES

# of addiction treatment providers capable of providing reimbursable services

  • Improve addiction treatment providers’ capacity to bill Medicaid for outpatient treatment services

  • Transfer funds from jurisdictional grants to Medicaid to fund substance abuse treatment benefit through MA and Primary Adult Care programs

Redirect payment for outpatient care from State-funded grants to Medicaid payments

Increase number of individuals receiving treatment services by 5000 by 2012

# of enrollees served in MA per fiscal year


Alcohol and drug abuse administration adaa overview

Expand Access to Substance Abuse Services Goal 3:Develop Recovery Oriented System of Care Model in Maryland

GOAL

STRATEGIES

MEASURES

OUTCOMES

  • Create ROSC Workgroup to coordinate implementation

  • Pilot recovery support model in one jurisdiction

  • Expand to all jurisdictions as funding allows

2000

Patients

In

Continuing

Care

Develop Recovery Oriented System of Care Model in Maryland

Number of jurisdictions with recovery support services


Expand access to substance abuse services goal 4 re engineer existing system of care

Expand Access to Substance Abuse ServicesGoal 4: Re-Engineer Existing System of Care

GOAL

STRATEGIES

MEASURES

OUTCOMES

  • Change requirements to increase slot capacity for Level I adult treatment

  • Decrease length of stay in high cost residential services; add low level residential and outpatient services

  • ADAA Stat

Increase number of patients admitted to treatment in FY 10 to 1100 above baseline

Increase 4400 patients above baseline in FY 2011

Re-Engineer Existing System of Care


Alcohol and drug abuse administration adaa overview

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE ADMINISTRATION (ADAA)

www.maryland-adaa.org

55 Wade Avenue

Catonsville, MD 21228

410-402-8600


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