ATTC Trainings and Events

NIDA/SAMHSA Blending Initiative Products

September 2016 through October 2016 events

09/15/2016 » Treatment Planning MATRS (Seattle, WA) - Private Event
This is a Private Event for King County providers only. Registration is not open to the general public. Treatment Planning MATRS is designed for both the experienced counselor as well as the beginning counselor. The focus of the training is to assist the counselor who works in Substance Use Disorder Treatment to utilize information from the ASAM criteria as well as the assessment information to formulate a reliable treatment plan for the client. Participants will be provided a scenario from which they will work to create a professional treatment plan based on the principles of MATRS (Measurable, Attainable, Time-limited, Realistic and Specific). Participants will focus on improving skills in individualized treatment planning.
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09/22/2016 » Medication Assisted Treatment (Boise, ID) - Private Event
This is a private event and is not open to the public. Harmful opioid (e.g., heroin, oxycodone and hydrocodone) use and opioid use disorders remains a critical national public health concern. There are several FDA-approved medications to assist in the treatment of opioid use disorders and each of these medications offers individuals a somewhat different approach to the treatment of their opioid use disorder. This training will focus on enhancing treatment providers and community members understanding of the role of methadone, buprenorphine and oral and extended-release naltrexone in treating opioid use disorders. The training will provide an overview of the research related to the use of these medications for both adults and young adults, as well as the practical issues related to providing coordinated care for individuals utilizing these medications as a treatment intervention.
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09/23/2016 » Medication Assisted Treatment (Idaho Falls, ID) - Private Event
This is a private event and is not open to the public. Harmful opioid (e.g., heroin, oxycodone and hydrocodone) use and opioid use disorders remains a critical national public health concern. There are several FDA-approved medications to assist in the treatment of opioid use disorders and each of these medications offers individuals a somewhat different approach to the treatment of their opioid use disorder. This training will focus on enhancing treatment providers and community members understanding of the role of methadone, buprenorphine and oral and extended-release naltrexone in treating opioid use disorders. The training will provide an overview of the research related to the use of these medications for both adults and young adults, as well as the practical issues related to providing coordinated care for individuals utilizing these medications as a treatment intervention.
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10/07/2016 » Medication Assisted Treatment (Moscow, ID) - Private Event
This is a private event and is not open to the public. Harmful opioid (e.g., heroin, oxycodone and hydrocodone) use and opioid use disorders remains a critical national public health concern. There are several FDA-approved medications to assist in the treatment of opioid use disorders and each of these medications offers individuals a somewhat different approach to the treatment of their opioid use disorder. This training will focus on enhancing treatment providers and community members understanding of the role of methadone, buprenorphine and oral and extended-release naltrexone in treating opioid use disorders. The training will provide an overview of the research related to the use of these medications for both adults and young adults, as well as the practical issues related to providing coordinated care for individuals utilizing these medications as a treatment intervention.
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10/14/2016 » Medication Assisted Treatment SUD (Tukwila,WA) - Private Event
This is a private event and is not open to the public. In this workshop, participants will receive detailed information about the history and use of FDA-approved medications for the treatment of alcohol, opioid, and nicotine use disorders. Participants will learn about the variety of patient responses to these medications and the barriers to their use in the treatment of substance use disorder.
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10/19/2016 » Medication Assisted Treatment
This training will present facts regarding:the history of opioid treatment in the United States, changes in the laws regarding treatment of opioid addiction and the implications for the treatment system, how medication will benefit the delivery of opioid treatment and the types of medications used to treat opioid use disorder.
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