CaroNova’s Online Library for Opioid Stewardship aims to create a sustainable, accessible resource for tools to support the needs of both North and South Carolina, especially as each state plans for effective utilization of opioid settlement dollars.
CaroNova has created the Online Library for Opioid Stewardship to equip providers and health systems across the Carolinas with proven interventions and technical assistance to implement life-saving resources that support the communities they serve. Learn more about this project and CaroNova’s full portfolio of work by visiting CaroNova.org.
For purposes of this online opioid resource library, the term “resource” refers to a tool or intervention that supports health systems with implementing evidence-based opioid use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery strategies. Examples of resources include but are not limited to guidelines, policies, workflows, checklists, presentations, and handouts.
The initial strategies and resources included on this site were carefully vetted and selected by a group of subject matter experts from the Carolinas. These criteria will be applied as the resource library grows and evolves.
The selection criteria were:
The following principles guided the work of the subject matter experts involved in co-designing this resource library.
To submit a tool or resource to be considered for inclusion on this website or for other general inquiries, contact: Jessica Foster, MPH
CaroNova’s opioid resource library is designed to be used by health systems in North Carolina and South Carolina to accelerate adoption of best practices for opioid use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery. The links provided by CaroNova are to publicly available resources. Although these resources are in the public domain, they should be used for educational purposes, and not for any commercial purposes. Please review the source’s restrictions, if any, on using, redistributing or reproducing their documents, toolkits and other information. CaroNova is not a healthcare provider, and the information and resource links available on this website are not intended as a substitute for individual professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. I understand and accept these terms and conditions.