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Look what's ahead for the Mountain Plains ATTC!
The Mountain Plains ATTC: What's Coming in Year 5
December 1, 2021

 

Download the attached flyer or read below to see what the Mountain Plains ATTC has planned for grant year number 5!

 

The Landscape is Getting Greener: A Series on the Current Science of Cannabis

BEGINNING IN DECEMBER

Webinar trainings covering multiple aspects related to medical and recreational marijuana use

  • DEC 1, 2021 Cannabis 101: Beau Kilmer
  • DEC 15, 2021 Prevention: Ruben Baler
  • JAN 12, 2022 Cannabis Use and Addiction in Rural Populations: Alan Budney
  • JAN 26, 2022 Cannabis and Medical Marijuana Issues Panel: Charlie Smith, Moderator; Alan Budney; Aaron Norton; and Roneet Lev
  • FEB 9, 2022 Serious Mental Illness & Marijuana: Andy McLean
  • FEB 23, 2022 Adolescents: Christian Thurstone
  • MAR 9, 2022 Older Adults: Namkee Choi
  • MAR 23, 2022 Cannabis & Maternal Health: Maridee Shogren
  • MAR 30, 2022 Wrap-Up with Live Q&A session: Roneet Lev
  • APR 8, 2022 The Clinician’s Guide to Addressing Medical Cannabis in Substance Use Treatment Settings: Aaron Norton

 

Learn More about the 2021-2022 Cannabis Series

 

Policy Briefs

COMING IN DECEMBER

State-specific statistics and priorities to provide information and education to your state policy-makers and legislators

 

Enhanced Professional Learning (EPL) Series for your intensive training needs

NEW SERIES TO BE ANNOUNCED

Topics coming in 2022:

  • Motivational Interviewing-Into Practice: Jan 11 - Mar 8, 2022 (Register Here)
  • ASAM: March 30 - May 11, 2022
  • Trauma-Informed Approach: April - May 2022
  • Technology-Based Clinical Supervision
  • SBIRT
  • New Ethical Dilemmas
  • Co-Occurring Disorders

 

Alcohol Misuse

COMING IN 2022

A series of podcasts addressing emerging issues related to alcohol misuse in our Region, women and alcohol, the impact of COVID-19 on alcohol consumption, and more.

 

Educators’ Toolkit

SPRING 2022

Resources and modules that can be used by faculty in social work, counseling, nursing, medicine and behavioral and allied health professions to infuse substance use disorder content into existing courses

 

Workforce Development

SPRING 2022

We’ve heard your concerns and workforce needs. MPATTC staff are working on resources for effective workforce recruitment and retention strategies in behavioral health field.