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.
DEA National Rx Take Back Day!
Increasing Viral Hepatitis Knowledge for Behavioral Health and Medical Providers
3 Consecutive Tuesdays, 11/10, 11/17, and 11/24 Mid-America ATTC is sponsoring a virtual 3-part
Missouri ASAM Training
The purpose of this training is assist Missouri providers in utilizing the ASAM Criteria when
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) from TLC Tuesdays
Essential Conversations in Social Services 2020: Psychiatrists' View of Supporting Recovery in 2020 & Beyond
Inspire and Think Big: Recovery Communities' Role in Challenging Times, Part 1
New Online Course!
Are you looking for accurate, science-based information about SUDs and SUD treatment?
Mid-America ATTC staff look forward to hearing from you!
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