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Published: 11/14/2022
  We are excited to release our newest series of products under our Center of Excellence "African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (AABH x CoE)" .     VIEW   June was Men’s Health Month. Here at the African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence, we want to take the time to: bring awareness […]
Published: 07/26/2021
  More than 60 million adults in the U.S. report living with a disability. Adults with disabilities often have higher rates of chronic illnesses compared to the general population, and they also report more barriers to healthcare due to factors such as cost and access. Addiction to substances such as alcohol and other prescription and […]
Published: 06/08/2021
  This webinar will examine social determinants of health, utilizing the WHO framework as it correlates to mental health and opioid use disorder.  In the webinar, our experts will examine and discuss the importance of policies put in place for mental health concerns and treatment centers to better assist those coping with opioid use disorder. […]
Published: 04/21/2021
  We are excited to release one of the newest products under our strategic faith initiative "Let's Have the Conversation: One Voice, One Mission"!     Strategic Initiative Mission Dialogue and strengthen the substance use disorder knowledge for people working in communities of faith. Teach communities of faith how to be a catalyst for change […]
Published: 03/29/2021
  CHECK US OUT!      CLICK HERE TO REVIEW WINTER 2021 NEWSLETTER SATTC has some innovation for you!
Published: 03/08/2021
  AIIR 2021 is quickly approaching. We’re proud to feature prominent speakers who are at the forefront of their field. All eager to share their knowledge and inspire like-minded SUD professionals and the community-at-large. Contact us if you would like to learn more information or hear previous speaking engagements. Primary Presenters must be a certified […]
Published: 02/24/2021
 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 15, 2021 MOREHOUSE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, Atlanta, Georgia [email protected] New National African American Behavioral Health Center of Excellence Promoting Behavioral Health Equity for African Americans As the past year has demonstrated, many factors can affect human health and access to effective health services. This is no less true for behavioral health—mental […]
Published: 02/16/2021
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Published: 10/02/2020
  Date And Time Thu, September 17, 2020 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT   Join us and our panelists in an open discussion on how the rise in opioid use and overdoses has impacted the African American community. About this Event The Council on Substance Abuse-NCADD will host a virtual town hall meeting to […]
Published: 09/16/2020
JOIN OUR UPCOMING WEBINAR CO-HOSTED EVENT   Thursday, September 24th 12:30 -1:30 pm ET/ 11:30 -12:30 pm CT Audience: Community Coalitions Event Description: This presentation will go over the intersections of aging and the opioid epidemic with some care considerations for working with older adults who may suffer from opioid addiction or misuse. Additionally, there […]
Published: 09/16/2020
  We thank all 2020 attendees, speakers, and sponsors. The 2020 Annual Inter-Faith Institute on Recovery (AIIR) virtual conference was a success with 84 participants from Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, Arizona, South Dakota, Florida, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Washington, Alabama, and South Carolina.  Check out a few statistics below and visit HERE to review the keynote and plenary session […]
Published: 08/13/2020
    The Florida Behavioral Health Association is pleased to announce BHCon2020 Virtual. Thursday, August 20, 2020, | 9:00 am – 1:00 pm EST This virtual event will provide an opportunity for attendees to participate in quality training exercises, learn from experts in the field, and hear about top priorities from key policymakers. This event […]
Published: 08/12/2020
  We are excited to release one of newest products under our strategic initiative "Minority to Priority"!     Minority to Priority Objectives:  Focus on the impact of implicit bias and microaggression disparities experienced by African Americans in substance use treatment.  Contribute to the body of literature and research on the nuanced view of African-American […]
Published: 07/01/2020
  CHECK US OUT!    CLICK HERE TO REVIEW SPRING NEWSLETTER SATTC has some innovation for you!
Published: 06/23/2020
Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network (SATTC) LAUNCHED NEW PODCAST “The New Voice of SUD: Let’s Grow Together” 2019 Review of the Year SATTC was excited to announce our new podcast. The New Voice of SUD: Let’s Grow Together, (https://anchor.fm/southeast-attc). This podcast has highlighted candid conversations with experts to spark new ideas, impact and strengthen the work […]
Published: 03/18/2020
The Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Southeast ATTC) is excited to re-launch the Let's Have the Conversation: One Voice, One Mission Faith Leadership Academy (FLA) to broaden clergy’s awareness about substance use issues within their communities and equip them with the skills and tools to be catalyst for change within their communities and congregation; to assist […]
Published: 01/10/2020
  Join Us Soon!!    Beginning in February 2020, SATTC will host "Ask the Expert" the 2nd Tuesday of every month on a topics surrounding Substance Use Disorders (SUDs), co-occurring diseases, health disparities, and more. Experts in the field will share the latest knowledge and answer questions from our community. As professionals and practitioners move […]
Published: 01/10/2020
  Morehouse School of Medicine's Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network (SATTC) and the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) Office of Addictive Diseases are partnering with the Clinton Foundation’s Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) to address the worsening opioid epidemic by engaging Metro Atlanta Area faith leaders in an on-going series of roundtable conversations. […]
Published: 10/28/2019
Dawn Tyus, LPC, MAC, NCC, Director, Southeast ATTC and Celene Craig, MPH, MS, Technology Transfer Specialist were featured in the ATTC/NIATx Service Improvement Blog. The article highlighted treating the inner, spiritual side of healing through recovery is being as equally important and a central part of the continuum of addiction healthcare. "We are committed and eager to bridge the gap between community […]
Published: 10/25/2019
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