Researchers and Participants Interacting Directly
The Researchers and Participants Interacting Directly (RAPID) Program is a repository of patients/clients with opioid use disorder to be surveyed on special topics about drugs of abuse and abuse patterns over time.
The Researchers and Participants Interacting Directly Program collects quantitative and qualitative data via online surveys from persons with opioid use disorder. These periodic special topic surveys provide an in-depth view of the overall well-being of participating individuals (e.g., in treatment, relapsed), and expediently gather more detailed information about drugs of interest, including newly formulated drugs and new trends in the abuse and misuse of prescription drugs in their communities.
Current RAPID Participants by ZIP Code