South Africa HIV ATTC

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South Africa HIV ATTC

The South Africa HIV ATTC is a new United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) funded centre dedicated to providing training and technical assistance to providers addressing substance use, mental health and HIV throughout the country. Founded in 2017, our new centre reflects a strategic international partnership between the New England ATTC - one of the longest continuously operating ATTCs in the United States - and the University of Cape Town, the oldest and one of the highest ranked universities in South Africa. 

NEWS

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Dan Stein honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

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2nd Annual Advisory Board and Strategic Planning Meeting

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jul

03

Capacitating Non-Specialists in Behavioural Health and HIV

The South Africa HIV ATTC's Co-Director Goodman Sibeko, PhD will be giving a presentation on…

Jul

09

Mental Health and Self-Care Training for Non-Specialist Workers

The South Africa HIV ATTC has developed new curriculum to support our project goal of integration…

Jul

29

Mental Health and Self-Care for Non-Specialist Healthcare Workers

The South Africa HIV ATTC has developed new curriculum to support our project goal of integration…

PRODUCTS

ONLINE MI COURSE

This is a free online accredited course covering the basic tenants of Motivational Interviewing. 

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