Welcome to the Northwest region of the national Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network. The NWATTC, which serves Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Alaska, is one of the ATTC's 10 regional Centers.
What the NWATTC does
Like all ATTC Network members, we raise awareness of evidence-based treatment and recovery practices among health care providers, administrators and others who help clients with substance use disorders. We improve the quality of addictions treatment and recovery by helping providers and organizations build skills and offer services.
The NWATTC offers particular expertise in Motivational Interviewing, Clinical Supervision, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and SBIRT, among many other areas of addictions treatment and recovery. Learn more about our areas of emphasis.
We offer training courses for providers, administrators and others. Courses may be taken for continuing education credit and last from an hour to two days. Learn more about NWATTC training courses.
The NWATTC is part of the Health Services Research Division of Oregon Health & Science University's Department of Public Health & Preventive Medicine. OHSU is a nationally prominent research university and Oregon's only public academic health center.
The ATTC Network was established in 1993 by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, or SAMHSA, as a multidisciplinary resource for professionals providing substance use disorder screening, treatment and recovery support. All of the network centers provide information, training and consultation on implementing evidence-based substance use disorder treatment and recovery services.
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Do you have a question about the NWATTC? Contact Ariel Singer at 503-494-2767 or Jennifer Verbeck at 503-494-4599.