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Leadership Development Program Cohort 7

The New England ATTC, in partnership with Ad Care Educational Institute of New England and the New England PTTC, is hosting the 7th cohort of its popular intensive technical assistance initiative: the Leadership Development Program (LDP). For this cohort, the New England ATTC is tentatively planning to return to a hybrid model of conducting this program with both in-person and virtual modules! We are now accepting applications for the Spring 2022 cohort with a deadline of March 18, 2022. The program is set to start April 26, 2022 for addiction professionals in the New England Region 1.

Celebrating Black History Month: Panel Discussion

Presented by The Online Museum of African American Addictions, Treatment, and Recovery. 

Feb. 21, 2022, 10:00–11:30am CSTRegister here!

Each year, the Online Museum of African American Addictions, Treatment, and Recovery inducts several addiction treatment professionals into the museum’s Hall of Fame. In this panel presentation, four of the recent inductees share their insights on how to work more effectively with African Americans with substance use disorders.



Cannabis in the Era of Commercialization

The New England ATTC is proud to partner with the New England PTTC and New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals to host the webinar, "Cannabis in the Era of Commercialization" for criminal justice professionals. 

Registration information is available here. 

Program Specialist Employment Opportunity

Provides, coordinates and contracts for high quality professional technical assistance and training that is culturally and linguistically appropriate services to health and behavioral health providers, community-based organizations, public agencies, and other Latino serving organizations to develop a strong cohort of trained workforce in Latino prevention services and programs.

Applicants must meet the following educational and work experience requirements:

Suicide Risk Screenings Can Save Lives

According to the CDC National Center for Health Statistics, suicide was the 12th leading cause of death in the United States in 2020. The CDC reports higher increases among American Indian and Alaska Native women (139%) and men (71%), Black women (65%), White women (68%) and men (40%), and Hispanic women (37%). People who identify as LGBTQ, youth and young adults, disaster survivors, and veterans are also at greater risk of suicide.


February CTN/ATTC Webinar: Pathways to Recovery from Addiction in Mutual Help Groups

The goal of the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) Clinical Trials Network/Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) webinar series is to help scholars and clinicians in the addiction field stay abreast of cutting edge science. 

Pathways to Recovery from Addiction in Mutual Help Groups
February 23, 2022 | 11:00am-12:30pm PTRegister here!

2022 Innovations Conference: Honoring Whole-Person Care & Recovery in Communities of Color

Registration information can be found here.

The New England ATTC is proud to collaborate with William James College and partners from the New England MHTTC, and New England PTTC to facilitate the 2022 Innovations Conference: Honoring Whole-Person Care & Recovery in Communities of Color. 



Ohio Translates Counterfeit Medication Information into Six Languages

The Ohio Narcotics Intelligence Center (ONIC) announced that it has translated its counterfeit prescription medication bulletin into six languages, including: Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Nepali, Somali, and Spanish. 

Drug-Free Holiday Celebrations for African Americans Seeking Recovery

As we wrap up the last holiday season and launch the new year, many counselors may be working with African American clients who have relapsed.

African American Online Museum of Addictions, Treatment, and Recovery: 2022 Hall of Fame Inductees

Each year the Online Museum of African American Addictions, Treatment, and Recovery inducts new members into its Hall of Fame. These are individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the treatment and recovery among African Americans. Please join us in congratulating the 2022 recipients! 

Read more about the 2022 inductees here. 

Meet members of the 2021 and 2022 Hall of Fame at our webinar panel for the Great Lakes ATTC/MHTTC/PTTC African American History Month presentation,
Feb. 21, 2022, 10:00–11:30am CSTRegister here!

Intersection Series: Prevention, Recovery, and Harm Reduction

How do prevention, recovery, and harm reduction work together?

The Great Lakes PTTC, the PTTC Network Coordinating Office, and the Peer Recovery Center of Excellence (PR CoE) explored this topic in a 2021 webinar series and learning community.

The goal of the series was to build awareness of the intersection between substance use disorder prevention and recovery approaches.