Mountain Plains ATTC Needs Assessment Survey
In an effort to better understand the needs of providers in the region, Mountain Plains ATTC conducted a survey of SUD services in Region 8, which includes the states of Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming, to determine training/technical assistance needs. The survey was distributed using email list serves available through the Single State Authority (SSA) offices and through provider contact lists within the Mountain Plains ATTC database.
In general, between 90-95% of respondents indicated it was important or extremely important that they receive training and/or technical assistance on:
- Trauma-informed care (95.38%)
- Co-occurring disorders (92.85%)
- Support for recovery and crisis stabilization (91.99%)
- Strategies to reduce stigma toward individuals with SUD (90.76%)
- Suicide assessment and prevention (90.76%)
This report provides findings from all providers in Region 8 who responded to the survey. Individual state-specific reports were developed, and are available, for each of the six states in Region 8: Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming below.
For individual state reports please click on your state link below: