Employer Solutions to the Opioid Public Health Crisis (ESOPHC) Program and Trainer Course
This trainer course will teach you how to deliver the program within your community(ies). To earn trainer designation, individuals complete one or more pre-requisite courses and program training via the web. Materials provided via the Trainer Resource Center allows program delivery via on site or webinar settings.
The Employer Solutions to the Opioid Public Health Trainer Course provides an understanding of the Opioid Public Health Crisis and the employer's role to reduce the effects of the health crisis.
Addiction / Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) are a major public health concern in the United States. Nearly 20 million Americans 12 years of age or older have an active disorder.
More than 12 million Americans reported non-medical use of prescription opioids. Opioid misuse carries an elevated risk of addiction, overdose and death. Drug overdoses represented the leading cause of accidental death in the United States in 2017, with approximately 47,000 deaths attributed to opioids (includes prescription pain medication, heroin, fentanyl), representing more than 68% of all overdose deaths. This opioid public health crisis is affecting every county in our state, straining workforce readiness, and impacting economic factors and health and wellness.
A healthy workforce is a productive workforce — able to grow and meet market opportunities with their employers.
During this course you will learn of the multi-faceted solutions model that states and communities are applying to reduce the effects of the health crisis. As well as, define the role of the employer in this health crisis and the steps employers can take to reduce the effects.
What You Will Learn
The program materials available for download from the Presenter Resource Center include: Presentation Powerpoint with Presenter Notes and Script, Management Key Takeaways and Implementation Toolset, Employee - Quick Reference Sheet(s), Attendee Feedback Survey, and Certificate of Completion.
Successful completion of “The Brain and the Disease of Addiction” ($15), Removing the Shame and Stigma of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) /Addiction" ($35) are prerequisites for being trained to deliver the program. These prerequisite courses includes a "Certificate of Completion" delivered upon achievement of 80% minimum passing grade on the final exam.
I. Drug ClassificationsII. Brief Review of Addiction / Substance Use Disorder
III. Opioid Overview
A. The Opioid Family of Drugs
B. Opioid Misuse and Addiction
IV. The Opioid Public Health Crisis
A. Data, Trends, and Impact
V. Contributors and Risk Factors
A. Prescribing Factors
B. Misrepresentation of Opioid's Addiction Risks
C. Paths to Prescription Pain Medicine Addiction
D. Paths to Heroin Use
E. Young Adults / Youth Risk Factors
F. Signs of Heroin or Prescription Opioid Misuse
VI. Employee / Employers Impact
VII. National Solutions and Best Practices
A. Education and Prevention
B. Safe Prescribing Guidelines
C. Manage Prescriptions
D. Data and Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP)
E. Screening and Early Intervention
F. Reduce the Stigma Associated with Addiction
G. Harm Reduction
H. Treatment and Recovery
VIII. Employer's Action Plan
IX. Employer Solutions and Best Practices
B. Organization Policies
C. Insurance, PBM, and EAP Program Considerations
D. Employee Health and Wellness Practices
XI. End Notes and Resources
Program and Training Pricing
Training — $285/person, includes
- Prerequisite: The Brain and the Disease of Addiction, 2.0 CE Credits online course — $30/person
- Prerequisite: Removing the Shame and Stigma of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) /Addiction, 3.0 CE Credits online course — $45/person
- Training: Employer's Solution to the Opiod Public Health Crisis Trainer Course and live web training — $150/person
- Course Kit: $60/person (Printed course materials, 80+ pages)
Interested in Becoming a Delivery Partner for this Program - or Have Questions?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org | 844-554-3354 or click on the "Interested - Please Contact Me" button, complete a brief form and an Overdose Lifeline team member will contact you to answer your questions, review the presenter/trainer program details and talk about next steps.