The CLARO Project

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CLARO is a research study looking for ways to improve treatment for people with opioid use disorder (addiction to heroin or pain pills) and certain mental health issues.

You can help us learn more and make a difference by participating in the study.

By signing up, you may get help accessing treatment for substance use and mental health. You will also receive up to $205 for completing the study.

Who We Are

The University of New Mexico (UNM) Health Sciences Center and the RAND Corporation are conducting this study. The UNM Health Sciences Center works to improve health care throughout the state of New Mexico, and the RAND Corporation is a nonprofit that does public policy research.

What We're Studying

This research study is looking to find out if a team approach to treatment (collaborative care) is helpful for people who have opioid use disorder and have depression or PTSD.

Where to Participate

We are working with nine clinics across two health care systems in New Mexico.

Patients, Friends, and Family

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