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Innovations in Recovery through Infrastructure Support

Jay Unick, from IRIS, talking with two PEP members

IRIS develops and disseminates effective opioid recovery support strategies through strong community-academic partnerships. This is achieved through trainings, funded pilot projects, recovery research fellowship, and other collaborative efforts to create and answer important recovery

research questions.

Learn from IRIS!

Forming equity-based community-academic partnerships focused on opioid recovery research is a time-consuming and challenging endeavor, but one well worth the care and effort required.

Learn from IRIS Fellows

Between Fall 2022 and Spring 2023, IRIS supported a community of peers, other agency staff, and researchers as a learning community focused on community-engaged recovery research. Fellows conducted research on a range of topics, with all Fellows creating a position paper on peer workforce integration
Image by Colin Lloyd

Maryland House Bill 1268, Senate Bill 497, and Naxolone

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