The Northwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NWATTC) (formerly Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center, or NFATTC) serves Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Alaska. NWATTC provides high quality, credible informational materials, trainings and consultation on implementing evidence-based addiction treatment practices; current areas of emphasis include:
NWATTC also offers other workforce development programs and tools, such as:
Northwest ATTC recently partnered with Rethink Health, a group of visionary leaders committed to reviving the US Health system, to offer a three-day leadership workshop for behavioral and primary care providers and administrators For a full description of the workshop, please click on this link to the brochure.
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Click here to go to the ATTC Online Learning portal where you will find free and low cost courses of interest to addiction counselors and others who work in behavioral health
This is a companion product to Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) 21. which identifies competencies essential to the effective practice of addiction counseling. The Performance Assessment Rubrics describes counselor proficiency along a continuum for each of the competencies.