The presentations included in subsequent sections of this area offer service providers with the opportunity to review and examine Power Point ® presentations and other content relevant to the work of the National Hispanic and Latino ATTC.
Under Key presentations you will find the Regional Administrator Presentation that introduces all of the four ATTC National Focus Areas. In addition, the following sub-sections, Network, Taskforce, Advisory Board, and Panel of Experts, include relevant content that addresses the specifics of each sub-section.
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The National Hispanic and Latino conducted a series of roundtable meetings across different states. These meetings had the purpose of:
Identify resources available and needs regarding training and capacity of culturally appropriate services for Hispanic and Latino populations requiring substance abuse treatment and recovery services.
Ensure that Hispanic and Latino populations in need of substance abuse treatment and recovery services are seen as a priority among stakeholders (SSAs, local governments, addictions professionals, and recovery support services).
Broaden the Regional ATTCs scope on implementation practices and system transformation focusing on Hispanic populations
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Poster presented at the National Hispanic Science Network Conference 2016 (Summary data from New York, Connecticut, Tennessee, Colorado, and New Mexico).
76th Annual Meeting - College on Problems of Drug Dependence
We are glad to provide our stakeholders with the benefit of publishing the presentations offered at the 2014 CPDD meeting. You may download all presentations in a compressed file by clicking HERE. If you need assistance with decompressing the file, you may want to use decompresion software to access the content.
Alternatively, you may view each presentation online:
Debunking an Emergent Revisionist Epistemology-Westley Clark, MD, JD, MPH, CAS, FASAM
Evidence-Based Strategies for Treating Cannabis Use Disorders for Adolescents, Young Adults and Adults-Michael Dennis, PhD
Epidemiology of Hepatitis C, Risk Factors and Consequences in Puerto Rico-Juan Carlos Reyes, EdD
Use of Prescribed and OTC Medicines for Non-medical Purposes (NUPM): Non-medical Use of Prescription Medicines-Hector O. Santos Reyes
Marijuana: What do we know and what do we need to know?-Susan R. B. Weiss, PhD
The Addiction Treatment Workforce: Current and Future Needs-Ángel A. González, MD
Lecture offered at the 19th LBHI Annual Conference- September 2013
Dr. H. Westley Clark, Director of the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, leads the agency’s national effort to provide effective and accessible treatment to all Americans with addictive disorders. Dr. Clark was the former chief of the Associated Substance Abuse Programs at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center (DVAMC) in San Francisco, California and a former associate clinical professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of California at San Francisco (UCSF). In addition to his duties at the DVAMC, Dr. Clark served as a senior program consultant to the Robert Wood Johnson, Substance Abuse Policy Program, a co-investigator on a number of the National Institute on Drug Abuse-funded research grants in conjunction with UCSF.
He recently presented a lecture on Hispanic and Latinos substance use and mental health disorders at the 19th LBHI Annual Conference. For the benefit of service providers treating Hispanic and Latinos, you may access his presentation below:
Regional Administrator Presentation
As of October 1, 2012, there are now four NEW National Focus Area Centers as part of the ATTC Network!