DUI MAT Integration/Outreach Project

Summit 2022

DUI MAT Project Stakeholders and all California DUI Program Staff are invited to attend the DUI MAT Summit – an all-day education experience! Informative and inspiring Presenters will make for an exceptional day of learning.

This Training Opportunity is Open to

ALL California DUI Program Staff and County Representatives

The DUI MAT Summit training events are funded through SAMHSA and the California Department of Health Care Services, State Opioid Response 2 (SOR 2) and The DUI MAT Integration/Outreach Project (DUI MAT) – one of 26 projects in the California MAT Expansion Project. CADTP is the managing contractor of the DUI MAT Project.

Audience

  • DUI MAT Project Participants including SUD Counselors, DUI MAT Leads and Managers, Admin Staff, Management.
  • SUD Counselors and Management working in any California DUI Program!
  • County Representatives working with DUI Programs.

Reasons to Attend

      • Outstanding Presenters
      • Targeted Topics
      • DUI MAT Best Practices
      • Meet Peers and DUI Providers
      • 6.5 CEUs Available
      • There is no charge to attend!

Two Dates Available

  • July 22, 2022 • Holiday Inn, Pomona
  • August 19, 2022 • Blackbox Theater, Sacramento

Meet the Presenters

We have gathered the best for this one-day Summit!

Mark Stodola

Mark Stodola
July 22 & August 19

The Impact of Drugs on Our Highways

Dr. Joe Sepulveda

Dr. Joe Sepulveda
July 22 & August 19

Understanding the Fentanyl Epidemic

Aven Sutton Armstrong

Aven Sutton-Armstrong
July 22

Using Motivational Interviewing Skills to Enhance the Mandated Client Engagement

James "Diego" Rogers

James (Diego) Rogers
August 19

Using Motivational Interviewing Skills to Enhance the Mandated Client Engagement

Plus: DUI MAT Project Outcomes and Best Practices

With the DUI MAT Project Team
Barbara Aday-Garcia, Janice Forbes, Michealine Flower

 Agenda • July 22, 2022 • 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

08:00 am • Sign in and Continental Breakfast
09:00 am – 9:30 am –Welcome – Barbara Aday-Garcia, CADTP Executive Director
09:30 am – 11:00 am – The Impact of Drugs on the Highway, Mark Stodola
11:00 am • Break
11:15 am – 12:45 pm – Understanding the Fentanyl Epidemic, Dr. Joe Sepulveda
12:45 pm • Lunch
01:30 pm – 3:00 pm – Using MI to Enhance the Mandated Client Engagement, Aven Sutton-Armstrong
03:00 pm • Break & Afternoon Snack
03:30 pm – 4:45 pm – DUI MAT Outcomes and Best Practices, Janice Forbes & Michealine Flower
04:45 pm – 5:00 pm • Closing

Registration Guidelines

  • Registrations for the July 22 event will be accepted up to July 11.
  • Registrations for the August 19 event will accepted up to August 8.
  • The August 19 event will be professionally video taped. Attendees will be provided with a release and additional information upon registration.
  • Attendees for both events will be provided with continental breakfast, lunch, and 6.5 CEUs.

Register Here Today

The August 19th event will be professionally videotaped. To participate, you must sign a release online at the button above. Once signed, you will receive a PDF of the signed document via email, and you will be returned to this page to complete the registration below. We look forward to seeing you there!

July 22, 2022

Holiday Inn

DIAMOND BAR / Pomona, CA

holiday inn diamond bar

 21725 E. Gateway Center Dr
Diamond Bar, California 91765

Join us at the beautiful Holiday Inn in Diamond Bar next to Pomona. Limited discounted rooms are available. If you require lodging at the hotel, please contact us right away at info@cadtp.org.

Morning refreshments, lunch, and 6.5 CEUs will be provided.

August 19, 2022

The Black Box Theater

Sacramento, CA

1075 West Capitol Ave Community Center
West Sacramento, CA 95691

Join us at the Black Box Theater in Sacramento’s West Side. This event will be professionally recorded courtesy of Wholehearted.org.

Morning refreshments, lunch, and 6.5 CEUs will be provided.

Thank you to Wholehearted.org for collaborating with CADTP to professionally videotape the event at The Black Box Theater!

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The DUI MAT Integration/Outreach Project

2019 - Present
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California’s Medication Assisted Treatment Expansion Project 2.0 (MAT 2.0) seeks to help an estimated 270,000 people by building upon the California MAT Expansion Project, known for the creation of the Hub & Spoke provider network, to expand access to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) through six State initiatives.

The DUI MAT Project is one of 26 projects and nine MAT access points to receive State Opioid Response (SOR) funding in support of the overall goals of MAT 2.0. Specifically, the successful completion of the DUI MAT Project will help to fulfill the MAT 2.0 objective to, “Transform entry points for individuals with opioid use disorders and create effective referrals into treatment” and the supporting goal of “adding 200+ new MAT access points throughout California.”

Approximately 118,000 people enroll in DUI programs each year; currently, there are no mechanisms in place to identify, assess, refer, and manage OUD in DUI treatment programs. This pilot program will be developed to optimize DUI Programs to become new and effective access points for MAT.

The data collected will help to determine the population of OUD persons who can be reached through interaction with the DUI treatment system. Once completed, the program can be updated with best practices and launched to all California DUI programs. This program has the potential to reduce DUI recidivism, increase public safety on the roadways, and help more people suffering from OUD and other polysubstance addictions.

The California Association of DUI Treatment Programs (CADTP) was selected by DHCS to fulfill the role of managing contractor. CADTP is well-positioned to align, prepare, and execute the project plan and deliver results to DHCS and the people of California.

Vision

To develop programs, processes and best practices to expand access to MAT through DUI treatment programs for the purpose of reducing Opioid Use Disorder and Poly-Substance Use Disorder.

Mission

To collaborate with DUI professionals to implement a program that provides clients with education and OUD/SUD treatment options, enhancing both safety and recovery.

Goals

  • To develop and implement effective and efficient programs, processes, and people to offer DUI clients new options for OUD/SUD treatment and recovery.
  • To collect standardized data for reporting and analysis.
  • To develop treatment referral resources.
  • To develop sustainable best practices.
  • To strengthen relationships within the County, law enforcement, and treatment providers.