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National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week

Evidence is vital for the substance use prevention field and prevention professionals. Evidence of drug trends lets us identify the emerging issues that need to be addressed, evidence of intervention effectiveness helps us determine the “best fit” strategies for our communities, and collecting new evidence allows us to recognize when our efforts should be reinforced or be adjusted. However, evidence is not only important to prevention professionals, it is also important to the people and communities we serve.

Mountain Plains Staff Receive Interdisciplinary Collaboration Award

Mountain Plains Staff Receive Interdisciplinary Collaboration Award

Technology Transfer Centers Collaborate on Telehealth Journal Publication

Technology Transfer Centers Collaborate on Telehealth Journal Publication

Region 7 Harm Reduction Laws

This document is designed to reduce this information gap and help individuals and organizations better understand how the legal landscape in their state may impact access to harm reduction services and supplies, including overdose Good Samaritan laws, which provide limited protection from criminal sanctions to encourage people to call for help in an overdose emergency.

 

Click here to download the document.

Southeast ATTC: Calling for Annual Inter-Faith Institute On Recovery Presenters

 

AIIR 2021 is quickly approaching.

We’re proud to feature prominent speakers who are at the forefront of their field. All eager to share their knowledge and inspire like-minded SUD professionals and the community-at-large. Contact us if you would like to learn more information or hear previous speaking engagements.

Primary Presenters must be a certified addiction counselor, licensed counselor, or equivalent credential at a minimum so that the material and presentation may be submitted for approval by GACA, LPCA, GSCSW, or other boards.

See our NEW 2020 Year in Review!

Click HERE to view our MHTTC Year in Review for 2020!

Voices from the Field: Enhancing Well-Being Through Faith

Voices from the Field: A Blog Series

Enhancing Well-Being Through Faith

Before applying to become a chaplain two years ago, John Ahola had been a Lutheran pastor for fourteen years. He understands the need to “practice what he preaches” when it comes to personal well-being. 

International Technology Transfer Center Network Launches February 24

Please register and join us for this exciting virtual event. Keynote speaker: Dean Fixsen, Ph.D., renowned implementation scientist. All are welcome to learn more about the ITTC model of technology transfer, hear about the  existing ITTCs in Ukraine, South Africa, and Southeast Asia, and meet our leaders and key stakeholders.

This event will be broadcast in English with simultaneous interpretation in Spanish. Please click here to find out more about the ITTC Network. 

February 24, 2021
9:00-10:30 Eastern(8am Central/7am Mountain/6am Pacific)