References for Telehealth for the Treatment of Serious Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders

Cantor, J., Kravitz, D., Sorbero, M., Andraka-Christou, B., Whaley, C., Bouskill, K., & Stein, B. D. (2021). Trends in visits to substance use disorder treatment facilities in 2020. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 127, 108462.
Cantor, J., McBain, R. K., Kofner, A., Hanson, R., Stein, B. D., & Yu, H. (2022). Telehealth Adoption by Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Psychiatric Services, 73(4), 411–417.
Cantor, J., Stein, B. D., & Saloner, B. (2020). Telehealth Capability Among Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities in Counties With High Versus Low COVID-19 Social Distancing. Journal of Addiction Medicine, 14(6), e366–e368.
Chan, B., Bougatsos, C., Priest, K. C., McCarty, D., Grusing, S., & Chou, R. (2022). Opioid treatment programs, telemedicine and COVID-19: A scoping review. Substance Abuse, 43(1), 539–546.
Guillen, A. G., Reddy, M., Saadat, S., & Chakravarthy, B. (2021). Utilization of Telehealth Solutions for Patients with Opioid Use Disorder Using Buprenorphine: A Scoping Review. Telemedicine and E-Health, tmj.2021.0308.
Kleykamp, B. A., Guille, C., Barth, K. S., & McClure, E. A. (2020). Substance use disorders and COVID-19: The role of telehealth in treatment and research. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 20(3), 248–253.
Lin, L. (Allison), Fernandez, A. C., & Bonar, E. E. (2020). Telehealth for Substance-Using Populations in the Age of Coronavirus Disease 2019: Recommendations to Enhance Adoption. JAMA Psychiatry, 77(12), 1209.
Lynch, D. A., Medalia, A., & Saperstein, A. (2020). The Design, Implementation, and Acceptability of a Telehealth Comprehensive Recovery Service for People With Complex Psychosis Living in NYC During the COVID-19 Crisis. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11.
Mark, T. L., Treiman, K., Padwa, H., Henretty, K., Tzeng, J., & Gilbert, M. (2022). Addiction Treatment and Telehealth: Review of Efficacy and Provider Insights During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Psychiatric Services, 73(5), 484–491.
Meadowcroft, D., & Davis, W. (2022). Understanding the Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facility Operations and Patient Success: Evidence From Mississippi. Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment, 16, 117822182210958.
Medalia, A., Lynch, D. A., & Herlands, T. (2020). Telehealth Conversion of Serious Mental Illness Recovery Services During the COVID-19 Crisis. Psychiatric Services, 71(8), 872–872.
Miu, A. S., Vo, H. T., Palka, J. M., Glowacki, C. R., & Robinson, R. J. (2020). Teletherapy with serious mental illness populations during COVID-19: Telehealth conversion and engagement. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 0(0), 1–18.
Moreland, A., Guille, C., & McCauley, J. (2021). Increased availability of telehealth mental health and substance abuse treatment for peripartum and postpartum women: A unique opportunity to increase telehealth treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 123, 108268.
Rosen, D. (2021). Increasing Participation in a Substance Misuse Programs: Lessons Learned for Implementing Telehealth Solutions During the COVID-19 Pandemic. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 29(1), 24–26.
Seddon, J., Trevena, P., Wadd, S., Elliott, L., Dutton, M., McCann, M., & Willmott, S. (2022). Addressing the needs of older adults receiving alcohol treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study. Aging & Mental Health, 26(5), 919–924.
Shapira, B., & Rosca, P. (2022). Transformation of substance use disorder treatment services during COVID-19—A lasting change? Journal of Substance Use, 1–8.
Tse, J., LaStella, D., Chow, E., Kingman, E., Pearlman, S., Valeri, L., Wang, H., & Dixon, L. B. (2021). Telehealth Acceptability and Feasibility Among People Served in a Community Behavioral Health System During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Psychiatric Services, 72(6), 654–660.
Zhou, X., Snoswell, C. L., Harding, L. E., Bambling, M., Edirippulige, S., Bai, X., & Smith, A. C. (2020). The Role of Telehealth in Reducing the Mental Health Burden from COVID-19. Telemedicine and E-Health, 26(4), 377–379.