The Northwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Northwest ATTC) provides services to develop and strengthen the substance use disorder treatment and recovery workforce in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Located at the University of Washington’s Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute as of October 2017, the NWATTC seeks to accelerate community-based implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) for treatment and recovery by: Sponsoring training online and in-person to enhance clinical knowledge and skills, and adoption of EBPs, Providing intensive technical assistance to support systems change and organizational efforts to implement EBPs, Offering consultation for systems-level change in the emerging new landscape for behavioral health care, Disseminating science-based information on EBPs, cultural competence, and more.
Methamphetamine Use Trends and Consequences in the Northwestern U.S. (webinar)
Interactive, Online Training for Peer Support Specialists about Opioids
Quiet Coaching Training Session (Private Session)
This event is private and by invitation only. The Quiet Coaching training session is designed to…
Motivational Interviewing TA Session (Connections)
This is one of 8 virtual TA sessions for the Connections Motivational Interviewing Learning…
Developing Clinical Supervision Skills II (DOC staff)
This course is for DOC staff only. This course builds upon the foundation of structure and…
Strategies to Address Cocaine and Methamphetamine Use (Webinar)
This webinar, presented by Richard Rawson, PhD, of UCLA and University of Vermont, provided an overview of the current knowledge on the…
Supporting Recovery from Opioid Use: A Peer's Guide to Person-Centered Care (Online Course)
This one-hour, self-paced course on the HealtheKnowledge website is designed to equip peers and other outreach workers with information,…
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Addiction: The Practice and the Science
This webinar introduced Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), showed how ACT is applied to treat addictions, and briefly surveyed the…
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