Patient resources

  • UMKC Patient Education – Alcohol (Spanish version) - This double-sided handout can be given to and discussed with patients during the brief intervention. Side one contains information on drink sizes, low-risk drinking limits, risky and harmful drinking, and tips for cutting down on drinking. Side two describes the effects of harmful and risky drinking on the body.
  • UMKC Patient Education – Marijuana (Spanish version) - This double-sided handout can be given to and discussed with patients during the brief intervention. Side one contains science-based information on marijuana use and tips for cutting back. Side two describes the effects of marijuana use on the body.
  • UMKC Patient Education – Methamphetamine - This double-sided handout can be given to and discussed with patients during the brief intervention. Side one contains information on methamphetamine use and tips for quitting. Side two describes the effects of methamphetamine use on the body.
  • UMKC Patient Education – Opioid (Spanish version) - This double-sided handout can be given to and discussed with patients during the brief intervention. Side one contains information on prescription opioids and heroin, including mixing opioids with other substances, risks of opioid use, how to safeguard prescription opioids, steps to take if using opioids, and tips for quitting. Side two describes the effects of opioid misuse on the body.
  • UMKC Patient Education – Prescription Depressants (Spanish version) - This double-sided handout can be given to and discussed with patients during the brief intervention. Side one contains information on prescription depressant misuse and tips for quitting. Side two describes the effects of prescription depressant misuse on the body.
  • UMKC Patient Education – Prescription Stimulants (Spanish version) - This double-sided handout can be given to and discussed with patients during the brief intervention. Side one contains information on prescription stimulant misuse and tips for quitting. Side two describes the effects of prescription stimulant misuse on the body.

We would like to thank the University of Missouri at Kansas City (UMKC) for allowing us to share the patient resources they have created. For additional resources, please visit their website.