Helping you meet the treatment and recovery needs of the people you serve. The disease of addiction afflicts one in seven Americans regardless of hometown, socioeconomic status, gender or race. But access to lifesaving treatment services and recovery support falls far short of the need. The most-effective ways to help more people find freedom from addiction involve community-centric approaches and collaboration across disciplines and organizations. That's why Hazelden Betty Ford's Professional Education and Continuum Solutions team works in close partnership with local providers, stakeholders and community organizations to help make quality treatment and lasting recovery possible for more people. Listening, learning and working in partnership Collaborative treatment and recovery solutions come in all shapes and sizes depending on your community's experiences, challenges and needs. Potential areas of collaboration with your organization could involve any number of initiatives and resources, such as: Delivery of telehealth treatment services and recovery coaching Immersive medical/professional learning experiences alongside Hazelden Betty Ford clinicians Operational/systems consultation to integrate new or expanded clinical offerings New program implementation training for practitioners and other staff Educational materials and resources for clinicians and patients More specifically, Hazelden Betty Ford's consultative work is focused in five areas: Intensive outpatient addiction treatment Mental health care Medical care Recovery management Services for children and families An inside look at innovative solutions Read local news coverage of our work with a health care system in Pennsylvania and a correctional program in Ohio. "Training, Specialists Enhance Valley Hospitals' Response to Addiction," The Daily Item, Central Susquehanna Valley, Pennsylvania "Hamilton County Jail Offers Addicted Inmates Meds Behind Bars," Cincinnati Enquirer, Kenton County, Ohio Meet the team Learn more about the experience and expertise of Hazelden Betty Ford's Professional Education and Continuum Solutions leadership team. Joe Jaksha Vice President and Publisher Kris Van Hoof, MA Vice President, Professional Education and Continuum Solutions Stephen Delisi, MD Medical Director, Professional Education Solutions and Assistant Professor Joseph Skrajewski, MA, MFTI Executive Director, Medical and Professional Education Randi Tolliver, PhD, CADC Clinical Trainer Supervisor Stay informed and gain new insight Listen, watch and read about trending topics, timely research and helpful perspectives in treatment and recovery—presented in podcasts, webinars and articles by Hazelden Betty Ford clinicians. Popular "Let's Talk" Podcasts Combining What Works: Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction Addiction Recovery Tools, Technology and Apps Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and Addiction Addiction Treatment Outcomes Warning Signs and Symptoms of Alcoholism Opioid Addiction and Treatment Preventing Burnout in Health Care Making Inroads against Addiction through Professional Education On-Demand Webinars Adapting Care: Online Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder Exploring Therapeutic Implications of Virtual Addiction Care Making the Cultural Shift into Virtual Services Peer Recovery Support: What It Is and Why We Need It Building a Framework for Evidence-Based Virtual Treatment Delivery At Greater Risk: The Intersection of ACEs and Addiction Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) with the Twelve Steps Updates from the Butler Center for Research Virtual Intensive Outpatient Outcomes: Preliminary Findings Telehealth for Addiction Treatment and Recovery Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Substance Use Disorders among Military Populations Prescriptions Rates of Opioid Analgesics in Medical Treatment Settings The Importance of Recovery Management Does Socioeconomic Advantage Lessen the Risk of Adolescent Substance Use? Important Initiatives and Resources Confronting America's Opioid Epidemic Joining Forces to Overcome the Opioid Epidemic Virtual Addiction and Mental Health Treatment, Family Services and Recovery Support Ongoing Addiction Recovery Support Let's talk soon. We're ready to listen, learn and work in partnership with you. Let us know how we can help to shape and strengthen treatment and recovery opportunities for the communities you serve. Please email us for more information.