PARCKA and its extended core-faculty is committed to providing access to the highest quality of addiction care. PARCKA faculty offer screening, assessment, and treatment services along a broad continuum of care. The care provided by our interdisciplinary faculty are evidence-based and patient-centric. In addition, tele-health and remote, rural addiction treatment services are planned. The clinical services provide a rich environment for training the next generation of clinicians and academics in addiction.
Our partner, the Huntsman Mental Health Institute (HMHI), is a mental and behavioral health service that offers patient-centered care to treat all aspects of the individual--biological, psychological, social, and spiritual-- elements essential to achieving balance in mental health.
The Substance Use in Pregnancy Recovery Addiction Dependence Clinic (SUPeRAD) is a specialty prenatal clinic that integrates maternal fetal medicine, addiction specialist, and resource management. The SUPeRAD Clinic uses a holistic and collaborative approach with their patients by incorporating various professionals from various fields, including OB/GYN care, ultrasounds, MFMs, addiction fellows, MAT with buprenorphine, pharmacy assistance with polypharmacy, social work, recovery peer support and advocacy, Connect2Health, and more.
This quality improvement project is focused on promotion of evidence-based management for pain in primary care. The project is supported and sponsored by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and is coordinated by investigators at the University of Pittsburgh, in collaboration with UPMC, Geisinger Health System, and the University of Utah Health System. University of Pittsburgh is the IRB of record.
The overarching goal of the VIP Initiative is to improve the health of Veterans who are particularly vulnerable due to medical disease and/or their social determinants through a unique longitudinal, primary care service delivery model.
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Addiction Health Resources
Support is not always easy to find, and we hope to help bridge that gap if we can. PARCKA offers a comprehensive list of addiction health resources, available to anyone and everyone.