For Healthcare Professionals
Pointing the way to evidence-based care®
Today there are more treatment choices than you may expect for your patients or clients with alcohol use disorder (AUD). High quality AUD treatment is backed by science and offered at different levels of intensity, in a variety of settings, to meet individual needs.
The NIAAA Alcohol Treatment Navigator will help you find evidence-based care for your patients or clients.
- For Your Practice – Build or expand your referral list. Use the Navigator to add some new, quality providers and programs in your area.
- For Your Patients or Clients – Put some power in their hands. Share the Navigator directly with patients, clients, or their loved ones who wish to search on their own.
Feel better equipped to make recommendations and referrals for patients or clients with AUD, with the Navigator as your guide.
FOR YOUR PRACTICE
How to use the Navigator
Learn about the Navigator’s strategies and tools for finding quality care for AUD.
Treatment Options Chart
Track details you learn about providers and narrow your choices to the best options.
Referral Sheet Template
Organize and print your new list of the referral resources you found.
See background on alcohol screening and brief intervention for adults and youth.
FOR YOUR PATIENTS OR CLIENTS
Handouts and flyers about the Navigator
Tell your patients or clients and their loved ones about the Navigator.
Handout or flyer—8.5 x 11” (1 page)
These describe how the Navigator can help people to recognize and find quality alcohol treatment that meets their needs.
Handouts—postcard size (4 per page)
These provide brief messages to encourage people to visit the Navigator.
Infographic (1 page)
Different people need different treatment options. This illustrates four sample treatment paths for people with varied levels of AUD severity.
Toolkit with Online Worksheets
Consider providing the Navigator Toolkit to those ready to search themselves.
Navigator Toolkit (7 pages)
The toolkit offers strategies and worksheets to guide and organize the search for quality treatment.
Rethinking Drinking Website and Booklet
Rethinking Drinking can be especially helpful for those who are drinking heavily and do not yet need treatment or will not yet accept a referral.