The Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Mid-America ATTC) is a collaboration between Truman Medical Center Behavioral Health (TMC-BH) and the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Nursing and Health Studies (UMKC SoNHS). Serving the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, Mid-America ATTC:
Are you looking for accurate, science-based information about substance use, substance use disorders (SUDs), and SUD treatment? Understanding Substance Use Disorders is a 2-hour, self-paced online course designed for undergraduate and graduate students, behavioral health and health providers, and social services professionals who do not have a background in addictions or want a refresher. This course covers:
The course is free for a certificate of completion or $10 for 2 hours of continuing education (CHES, CNE, NAADAC, NASW, NBCC).
Want to know more about Kansas substance use disorder (SUD) practice and clinical care? Are you a new supervisor or director looking for a foundational course to orient yourself and your staff to terms, topics, and resources used in the SUD field? A self-paced 5-hour, online course was designed for Kansas behavioral health/addiction managers, clinicians, recovery specialists, and organizations who want to know more about topics essential to Kansas substance use disorder (SUD) practice and clinical care.
Mid- America is excited to launch its first intensive 3-part training series: Enhancing Workforce Capacity to Provide Clinical Supervision for Substance Use Disorders! This 9-month intensive training will include:
This opportunity is intended for current clinical supervisors recognized as qualified to provide clinical supervision in. Applicants should have five years or less experience in providing clinical supervision in a substance use disorder treatment service.
Click here to download an overview of the project and digital application. Applications are due July 2, 2018. Questions? Contact Bree Sherry, at email@example.com