The Brock Institute collaborates with a variety of partners, both internally and externally, to address the needs of our communities. The following list of resources is made available through these efforts and includes the most up to date and relevant resources in Hampton Roads and beyond.
Substance Use Disorder in Pregnant and Parenting Women (SUDPPW)
The SUDPPW Resource Guide is a comprehensive listing of services, including Community Services Boards, non-profit organizations, and service providers specifically addressing the unique needs of these women.
For more information on our work, please visit: Brock Institute, SUDPPW Activities
SBIRT Pocket Card: Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is a comprehensive, integrated, public health approach to the delivery of early intervention and treatment services. Research has demonstrated that the SBIRT model has been quite effective in emergency rooms, primary health clinics, campus health centers, and other healthcare settings.
To best use this Pocket Card, we suggest reviewing the presentation from Alan Lyme on "Understanding SBIRT", which you can find here: Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
Mentally Healthy Norfolk (MHN)
The Mentally Healthy Norfolk Resource Guide contains detailed mental health and substance abuse resources in our community. Another useful resource is Mentally Healthy Norfolk Collaboration: Talk About it Norfolk.
For more information on our work, please visit: Brock Institute, MHN Activities
Pathway Through Pregnancy: Hampton Roads
The Pathway Through Pregnancy Toolkit is brought to you by Minus 9 to 5 and their partner organizations to welcome your baby to Hampton Roads.
For more infomation on Minus 9 to 5, please visit: Minus 9 to 5
The Resources 757 website provides resources across Hampton Roads on many critical needs, including housing, food, health and more.