Transforming addiction treatment

CA Bridge saves lives by making it possible for people who use drugs to get treatment at any hospital—whenever and wherever they need it.

Dr. Leslie Mukau, Medical Director for the Emergency Department El Centro Regional Medical Center at a CA Bridge training.

Treat a Patient

While you’re on-shift/on-service.

Find Treatment

To help with your drug use.

MAT During COVID-19

Medication for Addiction Treatment During COVID-19

As overdose rates rise, we need addiction treatment in hospitals now more than ever. This guidance outlines how to implement medication for addiction treatment (MAT) during predicted COVID-19 surges.

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Fighting for a Better Future

Structural Racism is a Public Health Emergency. Driving structural change to improve low barrier access to evidence-based, respectful, and responsive medical care for all people who use drugs is at the heart of our mission. Yet, we can do more.

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Blueprint for Hospital Opioid Use Disorder Treatment

This comprehensive resource is scalable for any health system, based on our model implemented at diverse sites that demonstrate feasibility at large and small, public and private, urban, and rural hospitals.


Substance Use Navigator Training 101

22 Apr 2021, 11:00 am

Starting Treatment (Session 3)

Join us for the Substance Use Navigator training 101 series a 10-course series. We will be featuring up-to-date information by expert speakers for SUD, MAT, Harm Reduction. SUN training 101 will provide you the skills you need to get started in your SUN role. 

CA Bridge is CADTP approved provider (CADTP Provider #216). Training sessions are one hour and approved for 1 continuing education credit. Contact for more information.


Explore our collection of resources developed by an interdisciplinary team based on published evidence, best practices from the field and expert opinion.


Learn more about how the implementation of medication for addiction treatment (MAT) from the hospital setting can save tens of thousands of lives.