Community Opioid Innovation Network (JCOIN): TCU Clinical Research Center (JCOIN_TCU)

  • End date
    Apr 30, 2024
  • participants needed
  • sponsor
    Texas Christian University
Updated on 14 March 2022


There are two study periods for the TCU JCOIN project. The primary aims of Study 1 (approved by the TCU IRB) are (1) to gather information from staff on the current treatment referral process within participating communities and (2) to learn about the existing interrelationships between medical and community behavioral health (CBH) providers. TCU IRB granted approval for Phase 1 on 11/07/19, approval number: 1920-60-AM1. Study 2 (under current review by the TCU IRB) includes recruitment across 18 community collaboration sites across 3 states; these communities will participate in the TCU Opioid-Treatment Linkage Model (O-TLM) protocol. The O-TLM is focused on best practices for improving screening, identifying and linking to MOUD providers, reducing stigma, and addressing other important factors that impact justice-involved individuals returning to their communities. Along with their agency records, information collected from justice-involved individuals within the target communities will be examined to assess O-TLM impact on improving public health and public safety outcomes. Furthermore, stakeholder staff across community organizations, including criminal justice and treatment agencies, will be asked to complete surveys on the O-TLM regarding its acceptability and adoption, as well as on best training strategies.

Condition Addiction, Opioid
Treatment TCU Opioid-Treatment Linkage Model (O-TLM)
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04276792
SponsorTexas Christian University
Last Modified on14 March 2022


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Inclusion Criteria

client level participant eligibility includes having a history of opioid use or at risk for opioid use after release; being released to a participating community while under supervision
staff level participant eligibility includes being a key member of a participating community and involved in the service assessment and referral process of justice-involved individuals

Exclusion Criteria

no history of opioid use or being at risk of opioid use; not being released to a participating community
staff level participant exclusion criteria include not being a key member of a participating community and not being involved in the service assessment and referral process of justice-involved individuals
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