Mountain Plains ATTC

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Rural IPV Survivors and SUDs

Implications for SUD Treatment and Recovery Providers
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COVID-19 SAMHSA Resources & Guidance

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Online and Telephone Support Groups

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Depression, Alcohol and Farm Stress:

Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders in Rural America
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University of North Dakota
400 Oxford St, Stop 9025
Grand Forks, ND 58202
United States

Mountain Plains ATTC

Welcome to the Mountain Plains Addiction Technology Transfer Center

Co-located at the University of North Dakota and the University of Nevada, Reno, the Mountain Plains ATTC serves stakeholders residing in the HHS Region 8 (Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming). We are pleased that you are interested in participating in training and technical assistance activities and/or serving in an advisory capacity as thought leaders and community experts. Our mutual passion, enhancing SUD treatment and recovery services for individuals and family members, especially those residing in rural and remote areas, is the foundation of our work. We value and cherish our stakeholders so please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions or requests. By providing innovative and accessible learning opportunities on research-based practices in SUD treatment and recovery services, we seek to help you better serve your communities, staff, and patients.

NEWS

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Substance Use Disorders Recovery with a Focus on Employment and Education

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Harm Reduction Survey Report: A Summary of State Laws

UPCOMING EVENTS

Apr

21

On-the-Spot: Videoconferencing to Deliver Treatment and Recovery Services

Join On-the-Spot the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 10:30 a.m. MT / 11:30 a.m. CT for a one-hour

Apr

27

Harm Reduction - Session 3

This three-part series will focus on the principles of harm reduction and its strategies to advance

Apr

28

Traumatic Brain Injury & SUD: Part 1 Implications of Brain Injury & Addiction

The occurrence of the combined problem of TBI and Substance Use Disorder is common and presents

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