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Healthcare-Based Prevention Resources

SBIRT Resources

BRIEF INTERVENTION: Provides feedback about risky behaviors and motivation toward healthy behavior change. It focuses on education and increasing patient insight and awareness about risks related to unhealthy substance use, depression and suicide risk. 

At-Risk in Primary Care- The ODMHSAS offers a free, CE-certified online training called At-Risk in Primary Care. It is designed to prepare primary care providers to screen patients for mental health and substance use, perform brief interventions using motivational interviewing techniques, and refer patients to treatment. 


Video Demonstrations:

Adult Brief Intervention- Telehealth  

Adult Brief Intervention 

Adolescent Brief Intervention 


Academic Detailing Guide:

Helping Patients Manage Substance Use Disorder: Tobacco, Alcohol, and other Drugs 

REFERRAL TO TREATMENT: Provides those identified as needing more extensive treatment with access to specialty care for mental health services and addiction assessment and treatment.

Treatment Locators: 

ODMHSAS Oklahoma Network of Care

SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator 

Oklahoma 2-1-1 Resource Directory

Psychology Today Directory – Therapists, Psychiatrists, and Support Groups 

Reimbursement for SBIRT

Code Description Fee Schedule

Alcohol and/or Substance Abuse Intervention

CPT 99408

Alcohol and/or substance abuse structured screening and brief intervention services; 15 to 30 minutes


Depression Screening

CPT 96127

Brief emotional/behavioral assessment. Compensable code for providers to bill when they render a behavioral health screen.


Depression Screening

CPT 96160

Non-compensable code for SoonerCare Choice (Patient Centered Medical Home) providers to meet their tier requirements of performing an annual behavioral health screening for panel members ages 5 and above.

$5.00 incentive payment issued quarterly

Suicide Prevention Resources

Zero Suicide is a quality improvement model for health and behavioral health systems that transforms system-wide suicide prevention and care to save lives. This model embeds evidence-based practices focused on patient safety and offer hope and recovery for people at risk for suicide. Visit the site for information about the model and resources.

CALM: Counseling on Access to Lethal Means - Reducing access to lethal means, such as firearms and medication, can determine whether a person at risk for suicide lives or dies. This free online course focuses on how to reduce access to the methods people use to kill themselves. It covers how to: (1) identify people who could benefit from lethal means counseling, (2) ask about their access to lethal methods, and (3) work with them—and their families—to reduce access.

Talk Saves Lives is a one-hour introduction to Suicide Prevention. The ODMHSAS provides this community-based presentation that covers the general scope of suicide, the research on prevention, and what people can do to fight suicide.

Suicide Prevention In Primary Care: A Toolkit for Primary Care Clinicians and Leaders - The recommendations contained in this guide are based on those offered in the comprehensive Zero Suicide in Health and Behavioral Health Care Toolkit. Here they have been adapted specifically for primary care organizations and clinicians who care for underserved populations.

Suicide Prevention Toolkit for Primary Care Practices - This Suicide Prevention Resource Center toolkit can be used by all primary care providers. It contains tools, information, and resources to implement state-of-the art suicide prevention practices and overcome barriers to treating suicidal patients in the primary care setting. You'll find assessment guidelines, safety plans, billing tips, sample protocols, and more.

2021 Zero Suicide Summit: Zero Suicide In Primary Care - Dr. Shannon Dial is the Executive Officer of the Integrated Services Division within the Department of Family Services at Chickasaw Nation Health System. In this 2021 Zero Suicide Summit session, Dr. Dial discusses the Zero Suicide model within healthcare settings with a special focus on the use of screening, safety planning, and follow-up as part of the practice’s comprehensive effort to keep patients safe.

Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) is an assessment tool that evaluates suicidal ideation and behavior. The Columbia Lighthouse Project offers guidance for healthcare settings and access to the C-SSRS tool.

Pain and Opioid Management Resources – Prescription for Change is an ODMHSAS statewide initiative to reduce opioid and prescription drug abuse. Visit the site for more information about the drug overdose epidemic in Oklahoma, prevention strategies, treatment options, and resources.    

Do No Harm eLearning: Putting Safer Pain Management into Practice- ODMHSAS, in partnership with the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center and the OU-TU School of Community Medicine, created a comprehensive six module CME program titled Do No Harm: Putting Safer Pain Management into Practice. The program is a highly informative and current review of the evidence-based guidelines to support reasonable and effective responses to the opioid crisis.

Oklahoma Opioid Prescribing Guidelines

Why Guidelines for Primary Care Providers?


Academic Detailing Guides:

Pain and Opioid Management in Primary Care

Reducing Risk for Patients on Long-term Opioids

Last Modified on Aug 06, 2021
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