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). Mid-America ATTC serves the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska (Region 7).
Mid-America ATTC Vision: All people accessing services for a substance use disorder in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska will receive treatment and recovery support rooted in evidence-based and promising practices.
Mid-America ATTC Mission: To accomplish this, Mid-America ATTC supports multidisciplinary practitioners, agencies, and communities in implementing evidence-based practices. We do this by:
- building coalitions and improving coordination of services
leading in-person and virtual learning communities
disseminating information and resources
ensuring that research is accessible and useful to practitioners, and
supporting organizations in their adoption of innovative practices.
HRSA's Hepatitis C Prescriber Toolkit
Listen to Recovery Story Podcasts!
Kansas City Perinatal Recovery Collaborative - KCMO Workgroup Meeting
In January, the KCMO Workgroup of the KC Perinatal Recovery Collaborative will hold its meeting at
Housing Learning Community Podcast: How to Get Started
Housing Learning Community Podcast: Funding Sources and Development
New Online Course!
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