The Collaborative Member level is comprised of high quality, ethical and like-minded clinical organizations who share knowledge and best practices while focused on improving the patient experience, engagement and outcomes. Patient Care Network Collaborative Members are also equipped with organizational resources to keep staff informed and up-to-date on the latest research and practices in addiction treatment as well as educational materials to engage patients, families and communities. Organizations ideally suited for the Collaborative Member level include: Health care systems Substance use disorder treatment programs Behavioral health programs Other specialty providers A Collaborative Approach Working together to help more people reclaim their lives from the disease of addiction, collaborative members benefit from a branded network with today’s recognized leader in the field of addiction treatment. Organizational Resources Patient Care Network collaborative members work collectively with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation to share knowledge and clinical best practices. Each collaborative member has the opportunity to send up to five leaders for a one-day visit to a Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation facility to observe and explore best practices in key areas of interest. Examples of offerings: COR-12® Comprehensive Opioid Response with the Twelve Steps Program Intake process Front-end structure Insurance and managed-care protocols Treatment overview and structure Interdisciplinary team functioning Clinical management to self-management care models If interested in additional support and resources, you can purchase consulting services tailored to meet the needs of your organization. Clinical Tools and Resources Informed by evidence-based practices and the latest scientific research, the field of addiction treatment and recovery continues to advance and evolve. Collaborative members are equipped to keep staff informed and up-to-date on the latest thinking and best practices through an online treatment curriculum, a recovery support app, webinars, research updates and other resources. Access to Hazelden Publishing's Treatment OnDemand curriculum and Field Guide to Life recovery support app Disperse and co-brand Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's webinars and podcasts Use of co-branded and relevant topic fact sheets, as well as Hazelden's Butler Center for Research sheets Case consultations with teams of qualified staff Discounts on: Hazelden published resources Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies courses and degree programs Medical and professional education programs Patient/Family/Community Education and Support The disease of addiction is commonly misunderstood by the general public, but with research articles, informative fact sheets and educational videos, collaborative members are equipped to effectively educate the patients, families and communities they serve. Use of co-branded family/patient-focused fact sheets on addiction and recovery Research Updates on family/patient-focused topics Disperse and co-brand family/patient-focused webinars and podcasts Discounts on: Twelve Step recovery retreats and Lodge Program recovery workshops Family Program education and support for individuals faced with a loved one's addiction Children's Program education and support for kids growing up with addiction in the family Applying to Become a Collaborative Member The Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network has established a thorough process to review and evaluate applicant organizations. Based on established criteria and standards, organizations have the opportunity to apply for the program. Please inquire with Deb Newton, director of Collaborative Membership, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-651-213-4816 for more information on how to become a member.