Dr. Steve Delisi and Jordan Hansen with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Professional Education and Solutions team will describe the Comprehensive Opioid Response with the Twelve Steps (COR-12) program which combines enhanced services, medication-assisted treatment, clinical interventions, and active engagement to improve outcomes. They will also showcase how this model has been transitioned into other settings such as primary care, community based treatment and jail settings. Finally, participants will understand the next steps for bringing this approach into their own setting.
Continuing Education Credits
NAATP is a NAADAC approved education provider #64394. This webinar qualifies for 1 credit hour. NAADAC approved CE(s) are accepted by most state licensing and certification boards. Please contact your credentialing board or visit NAADAC’s website for CE acceptance information.
- Understand the Hazelden Betty Ford COR-12 model and review the latest outcome data
- Identify effective evidence-based practices used in treating opioid use disorders
- Learn how the COR-12 model has been transitioned into various types settings including medical, clinical, and behavioral health
- Understand the role of peers and targeted case managers in specialty settings such as emergency departments, primary care, jails, and more
- Identify helpful trainings and next steps to launch or expand services in your setting
Steve Delisi, MD is the Consulting and Training Medical Director at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Steve is a nationally recognized speaker and leader in the effective treatment of integrated treatment of substance use disorders. Gifted in helping reduce fears of change and anxiety regarding new ways of approaching treatment of substance use disorders, Steve leverages his experience as a provider and an administrative leader in medical, specialty treatment, and academic settings to effectively spur cultural shifts necessary to effectively treat OUD and SUDs in an integrated setting. His experience as a physician board certified by both the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the American Board of Addiction Medicine gives him a unique experience and skillset that results in system changing trainings and technical assistance efforts. Steve is responsible for the development and delivery of the “Beyond the Waiver” training that has been effective at increasing the likelihood of providers obtaining a DATA waiver, as well as increasing levels of comfort with addressing the complex needs of this population. Steve embodies a person-centered approach to medical treatment of OUD that is imperative when integrating medical services into the rest of the multidisciplinary treatment team. Dr. Delisi’s fields of interest include psychopharmacology, assessment and treatment of co-occurring substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health disorders, neurobiology of addiction, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for depression and addiction.
Jordan Hansen MA, LADC is the Consulting and Training Clinical Director at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Jordan is a national leader in the reimagining of treatment and recovery supports based on a collaborative vision that pairs the science of evidence-based practice with the wisdom evident in the experience of individuals and families living in recovery. He led the development of HBFF’s national training and consultation strategy, and was responsible for conceptualization and development of HBFF’s training and technical assistance offerings based on the ROSC and COR-12 frameworks. His background includes working to introduce abstinence-based and harm-reduction providers to an integrated system that leverages community resources related to medical, behavioral health, and recovery needs, in addition to using innovative measurement models, collaborative structures, and technologies to expand the reach of technical assistance and demonstrate improvement in outcomes. He is well versed in the needs of recovery-communities, medical providers, behavioral health systems, and those living with substance use disorders and their families and friends, and advocates for effective care in each of these settings. He is a graduate of the Woody Guthrie Academy, the University of Saint Thomas, and the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies.