Blog

Hello, and welcome to the Steadman Group’s blogosphere!

We are excited to be up and running with a spot to share the lessons we’ve learned across our collective projects and years of experience in healthcare consulting for the common good. At least once a month, one of our team members will post about lessons learned from project implementation in their respective area(s) of expertise. With this blog, our goal is to spread our learning as far as possible, to reduce duplication of efforts and make this kind of knowledge accessible to anyone who might be interested. 

We hope that you enjoy our posts. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to [email protected] if you’d like to learn more!

Happy reading, 

The Steadman Group

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Request for Proposals for Opioid Abatement Services

Request for Proposals for Opioid Abatement Services

This post provides information about regional opioid abatement RFPs that are currently available to the public. Specifically, the regional area, funding amounts, submission deadlines, and points of contact.

Where are peer specialists within the recovery continuum?

Where are peer specialists within the recovery continuum?

This is the final blog post in our three part series about peer specialists (PSs). In our first post, we discussed a brief overview of PSs and in our second we highlighted best practices of PSs based on research and interviews from current PSs in Northern Colorado.

Peer Specialist Best Practices

Peer Specialist Best Practices

In our first post, we discussed a brief overview of who PSs are: an individual who combines their lived expertise of recovery from mental illness and/or addiction with formal training to provide nonclinical recovery support services.

Peer Support Professionals

Peer Support Professionals: a Brief Overview

Recovery from substance use and/or mental health is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.

Contingency Management: An Overview

Highlights The scale of the opioid epidemic continues to outpace the resources available to both providers and individuals seeking treatment for substance use disorder (SUD).