ADOLESCENT AND YOUNG ADULT CLINICAL CARE RESOURCES
The Substance Use Resources are intended to provide adolescent and young adult health care providers and youth serving professionals with easy access to existing substance use clinical care guidelines and resources that are free of cost; specific to adolescents or regarding a population which includes adolescents; and open access or accessible after the creation of a free login. Most of the guidelines included are applicable in the U.S. and some are internationally applicable.
Resources aimed specifically for adolescents and parents can also be found here and include PDFs.
Use the hyperlinks below and within each section to navigate to specific areas. If you would like to suggest additional resources for inclusion, please email Monica Chase.
CLINICAL CARE GUIDELINES
The Adolescent and Young Adult Clinical Care Resources were compiled as a part of the Youth Providers 2.0 (YP2.0) initiative, a collaboration between SAHM and Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. This project was supported by grant number R18HS021943 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. This compilation is solely the responsibility of the YP2.0 initiative and does not necessarily represent the official views of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
YP2.0 would like to thank the following SAHM members for their guidance on completing this resource compilation: Steven Matson, MD; Ann Bruner, MD; Nicola Gray, PhD, MRPharmS, FSAHM; and Monika Arora, PhD, MSc.
YP2.0 aims to improve the use of evidence-based practices among health care providers caring for adolescents and young adults. To accomplish this goal, SAHM is engaged in activities that use new media technologies to improve the dissemination of patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) to adolescent and young adult health care professionals. The staff of YP2.0 include Monica Chase (Provider Education and New Technologies Coordinator), Jennifer Heitel, MPH (Project Director), Marina Catallozzi, MD, MSCE (Evaluator), and John Santelli, MD, MPH (Principal Investigator).
Last Updated October 2015