National Association of Opioid Treatment Providers (NAOTP)

The representative body of providers involved in OST

About the group

This group is the representative body of primary and secondary care providers involved in opioid substitution treatment.

Commonly known as NAOTP, the group’s purpose is to

  • promote evidence based and ethical best practice for the treatment of people with opioid and co-existing substance use disorders
  • provide advice and expertise to the Ministry of Health, District Health Boards and other relevant organisations
  • advocate for appropriate access to treatment and high quality service delivery for people with opioid and co-existing substance use disorders.

NAOTP is an incorporated society. 

Office holders

The office holders are: 

Online group for NAOTP members

You can request to join an online group to access specific documents.

If you are a member of NAOTP please sign up or log into our website and request access under Secure resources in your dashboard (you need to be logged in to see this area).

Once your request is approved, you will have access to NAOTP specific documentation and information. Just remember to log in to access them in your dashboard each time.