California Residency Program Collaborative

Education | Outreach | Treatment

Improving care for patients with substance use disorders

Sponsored by California Academy of Family Physicians and CAFP Foundation

Access CRPC Participant Resource Page

To access the California Residency Program Collaborative participant resource page, you must enter the password provided to you by CAFP. 

If you have not been provided a password, please contact Anita Charles at

Family Docs Podcast: Treating Addiction in Primary Care Series

CAFP has launched the Family Docs Podcast, beginning with a four-episode series titled Treating Addiction in Primary Care. The Family Docs Podcast will focus on content for family physicians and their care teams that they can put into practice right away.

The Treating Addiction in Primary Care series will highlight four areas to tackle to become more comfortable in beginning Medication for Opioid Use Disorder and start on your way to office based opioid treatment.
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MOUD Champions: Peer Support for Physicians New to MOUD

New to Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)? Do you have questions, or would like a knowledgeable family physician to chat with? Find a MOUD Champion to consult with.

Do you already use Medication for your patients with Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)? Be a MOUD Champion and share your expertise with peers seeking to build MOUD into their practice.
Find a MOUD Champion
Be a MOUD Champion

Visit Homeroom for online learning. More than 10 Activities on SUD/OUD, such as:

  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and its Utility to Treating OUD
  • Pregnancy and Women's SUD
  • Communication Matters: Motivational Interviewing and Substance Use Disorders
  • Medication Assisted Treatments (MAT) for Opiates, But What About Stimulants?
  • Is Addiction a Brain Disease?

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