We offer a variety of services from public speaking to in-person consultation and teaching. Everything we do is personalized to your situation. We will prepare a proposal after a thorough assessment of your needs. Whether you’re looking for training, a presentation, policy development, or healthcare system transformation, we can help.

Presentations & Training

Don and Martha both have extensive experience with public speaking. They speak on many topics regarding pain, mental health, substance use and integrated care. Check out our About page for more on our experience and background.

Healthcare Systems

We work with healthcare systems to educate medical providers, develop pain protocols, and educate the mental health community on reducing the emotional and maladaptive behaviors that often lead to chronic pain, opioid use/abuse and high healthcare utilization. Visit our page for Healthcare Administrators.

State Policy Development

We can assist you in developing evidence-based, cost-effective statewide policies. Having worked all over the country with many different states, we have the expertise you’re looking for to reduce the impact of the opioid crisis in your state.

Literature Review

We have vast experience with providing literature review and science-based answers to your questions. Tell us what you need to know and we will review the evidence and provide you with a concise, easy to understand, report.

Expert Testimony

Don Teater provides expert testimony in cases involving opioids, prescribing, and the impact on individuals.

Indigenous Services for American Indian/Alaska Native Groups

  • We have expanded our operations to focus on Indigenous communities in Alaska, Canada, and the lower 48 states.
  • Don is the pain and addiction doctor for Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC), a large tribal health organization. As part of this work, he serves tribal members throughout southeast Alaska, traveling to several small, rural communities to provide care.
  • We are providing ongoing training for enrolled members of the Tlingit and Haida tribes in Juneau, Alaska. We have an ongoing relationship with these communities and will offer education, training, consultation, and follow up for their people.
  • We are partnering with Tulalip Indian Tribes in Tulalip, Washington, to enhance their healthcare and behavioral health delivery, reduce opioid overdoses, educate tribal members and staff, and streamline their provision of tribal health services. This is a long-term project the improve the quality of life for their members.
  • Ketchikan Indian Communities is based in southeast Alaska. We are building up an educational program for their community to broadly spread the word about overdose prevention and pain treatment.
  • Martha has made several trips to Canada to provide training to Indigenous groups on treating pain, opioid misuse and overdose, compassion fatigue and wellness.