Mid-America ATTC hosts virtual learning collaboratives to help professionals throughout our region implement various evidence-based practices related to substance use disorder treatment and recovery. Using Zoom videoconferencing technology, participants are able to connect with subject matter experts and other professionals to learn from each other as a community. See below for more information on our current learning collaboratives and how to join.
Mid-America ATTC partnered with the Mid-America MHTTC, and Mountain Plains MHTTC for Telehealth Learning and Consultation (TLC) Tuesdays, an online series for providers new to or unfamiliar with telehealth to ask questions of our specialists and hear practical advice.
During each hour-long session we will spend the first 20 minutes covering a topic such as acquiring consents or billing for telehealth services, then address questions submitted by registrants for that week. Recordings of the 20-minute presentations will be posted on the telehealth web page as they become available.
You must register separately for each TLC Tuesdays session. While filling out the registration form, you will prompted to submit any questions you might have. Register by clicking one of the dates below.
Mobile Apps as Clinician Extenders in SUD Treatment and Recovery: Emerging Possibilities
The purpose of this free learning community is to increase the use of mobile apps as recovery care extenders in substance use treatment and recovery services. After this learning community participants will be able to:
- Identify specific categories of smart phone applications and other technologies available for SUD recovery and treatment support
- Describe successful implementation strategies for the integration of smartphone technology into the provision of recovery support services
- Assess the role smartphone technology may play in their individual and agency recovery support practice.
Click on the session titles below to register and for more information.
- Evidence-Based Apps: Tuesday, April 28, 12 - 1 pm (CT)
- Support Apps: Tuesday, May 12, 12 - 1 pm (CT)
- Social Networking and Recovery: Tuesday, May 26, 12 - 1 pm (CT)
- Clinician Tools and Considerations in Selecting Apps: Tuesday, June 9, 12 - 1 pm (CT)
If you have any questions about this learning community, please email Bree at email@example.com.
Region 7 Recovery Stakeholders Learning Community
Missouri Recovery Network (MRN) and Mid-America ATTC collaborated to establish a Region 7 Recovery Stakeholders Learning Community. This Learning Community provided a networking bridge among recovery stakeholders in the four states in Region 7 – Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, and Nebraska.
The first series has concluded, although future cohorts may be held. If you have questions or want to join a future cohort, contact Bree Sherry at or 816-235-5057.
You can download resources from the series below:
Trauma-Informed Care (December 2018)
Roxanne Pendleton, Truman Medical Centers, Center for Trauma-Informed Innovation
Recovery Housing (January 2019)
Scott Johnston, Executive Director, Missouri Coalition of Recovery Support Providers; Bobbie Jo Reed, Executive Director, Healing House, Inc.
- Recovery Housing Quality Standards and the Accreditation Process: A Missouri Perspective on a National Movement
Recovery Messaging (February 2019)
Tom Hill, National Council for Behavioral Health
Recovery Community Centers (March 2019)
David Stoecker, Better Life in Recovery; Chad Sabora, Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery
- Better Life in Recovery: Transforming Lives with Recovery
- Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery
Peer Leadership (April 2019)
Mirna Herrera, Truman Medical Centers-Behavioral Health
Suicide Prevention (May 2019)
Elizabeth Makulec, Kids Under Twenty One
Peer Ethics and Boundaries (June 2019)
Mark McDonald, Ozark Center and Jasper County Treatment Courts