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Focus on Stimulant Misuse

Explore a listing of highlighted resources from the TTC Networks addressing stimulant misuse.
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Introducing a New National Core Curriculum: Stimulants and their Impact on Brain and Behavior

Best Practices and Approaches for Effective Treatment and Recovery
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ATTC Partners with NORC & AMERSA

The goal of this series is to provide evidence-based and cutting-edge information on substance use prevention and intervention with adolescents and transitional age youth...
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08

Virtual Native Talking Circles: Staying Connected in Challenging Times

Please join us for our virtual talking circle. This group will be facilitated by a Native guest and

Mar

09

Stimulants and their Impact on Brain and Behavior: Part 1 Stimulants: What Are They and Who Uses…

According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, almost 10% of people aged 12 or older

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09

Southeast ATTC Ask the Expert | March Dialogue: I Only Have 5 Minutes! Brief Conversations for…

This virtual dialogue is sponsored by the Southeast ATTC Regional Center and will focus on strategic

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The Science of Bias

New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals (NEARCP) - New England Region 1: The Science of Bias: How Cognition and Motivation Impact Judgment, Part 2

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Southeast ATTC: Broken Path | Understanding Childhood Experiences

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Southeast ATTC : Winter 2021 in Review

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International Women’s day and Women's History Month [Also in Spanish and Portuguese]

Success Stories

Changing Practice Through Collaboration, Art, and Science

The Central East ATTC serving Health and Human Reserves Region 3 has been managed by the Danya Institute for nearly 20 years and collaboration has always been a central core value to their work.

From this collaboration emerges the necessary innovation to keep pace with rapidly evolving trends, leading to a responsive and adaptive system of care....

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Using Text Messages to Improve Substance Use Disorders Treatment Outcomes

Mountain Plains ATTC recently worked with Dr. Scott Walters, a noted professor, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) researcher, and psychologist to develop a series of products and training/technical assistance activities. These products and activities were created for treatment and recovery support providers on how to create and implement one-way short message service (SMS) text messaging. The goal of implementing this innovation was to increase patient/peer engagement aligning with services like groups/individual sessions.

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Mid-America ATTC: Creation of Intensive technical assistance manual for trauma informed care (TIC)

The Mid-America ATTC developed an intensive technical assistance manual to be used by Technology Transfer Centers to facilitate trauma informed care (TIC) implementation in substance use and recovery service settings. To pilot the manual’s multi-faceted TIC implementation process, Mid-America conducted site visits to regional provider agencies expressing interest in becoming a TIC environment...

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We All Know Someone

On September 26, 2018, the Northwest ATTC in conjunction with the Skagit County Public Health Department and Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, co-sponsored a community-based Recovery Month event in Skagit County called “Solution to Addiction: Know the Facts. Join the Conversation. Be Part of the Solution.”

The event brought together 500 community members, county and public health officials, Swinomish tribal representatives, providers, and recovery coalitions to begin an inclusive conversation about addiction and how communities can work together to bring about lasting change.

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Traditional Ways of Sharing Modern Knowledge: Peer-to-Peer Learning Communities

In February 2020, the National American Indian and Alaska Native ATTC hosted a regional technical assistance meeting in Oklahoma City for recipients of the Tribal Opioid Response grant. Doctors, nurses, grant managers, counselors, and other health professionals from 15 tribal health clinics in the surrounding states came together in a hotel conference room to talk about a common sickness in their comm­­unities: opioid use disorder.

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Bring Them All!

Addiction is a family disease. Yet mothers are often treated in isolation from their children and partners, having to choose between getting treatment and keeping their families together. One revolutionary program in Compton, California lets women bring them all—fathers/partners and children of all ages—to experience the recovery journey together.

"Bring Them All" tells the story of family-centered care through the perspectives of clients and staff at SHIELDS for Families, proving the seemingly impossible can be done: to move forward a generation of children who never experience—or even remember—the challenges of growing up with family addiction.

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