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Adolescent use of electronic cigarettes (vaping) remains steady. Teenagers can easily recite the health risks of cigarette smoking, however, awareness of the risks of vaping and the impact of nicotine on development is variable. This 90-minute webinar will explore how adolescent brain development is altered by nicotine or co-use of nicotine and cannabis. We invite educators, mental health and substance use professionals, and family members to join us in learning about the possible consequences of adolescent vaping. Download PDF
Published: April 17, 2024
eNewsletter or Blog
The Great Lakes Current is the e-newsletter of the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC. The April 2024 issue spotlights content celebrating National Minority Health Month and Alcohol Awareness Month. It also features links to upcoming trainings focused on supporting Black students experiencing racial trauma, harnessing AI for substance misuse prevention, and process improvement. Make sure you're subscribed to our email contact list so you never miss a month of The Great Lakes Current newsletter, and thank you for reading!  
Published: April 12, 2024
Print Media
 DESCRIPTION The COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally shifted the health and wellbeing of every human on planet Earth. LGBTQ community members were impacted early in the crisis, and continue to show disparities in contracting the virus, as well as higher rates of death, disability, substance use disorders, and suicide related to pandemic distress. These impacts were not evenly distributed across all LGBTQ people, however, but were concentrated among queer and transgender of color and gender diverse people in general. New research is emerging that points to both expected and surprising impacts of the disease unique to LGBTQ people. This webinar will explore LGBTQ population dynamics, needs, and ways to support vulnerable community members as the world population emerges into the post-COVID reality.   Please use the download attachment 1 button on the right side of the page to view the entire factsheet in English.     This factsheet is now available in Spanish. Translation services by the National Hispanic and Latino Behavioral Health Center of Excellence. Traducido por: To download the full version of the Spanish factsheet, use the Download Attachment 2 button on the right side of the page.  
Published: March 15, 2024
Print Media
DESCRIPTION Though trauma is linked with Substance Use Disorder for people from all walks of life, LGBTQ communities experience unique sources and dynamics of trauma, as well as distinct influences and social consequences that impact the prevalence of Substance Use Disorders within the population. These may include family rejection and estrangement, increased incidence of childhood sexual abuse, identity discernment stress and faith-related shame, survivor’s guilt for those who lost dozens of friends in the early days of the AIDS epidemic, and many other special situations. This webinar will highlight some of the dimensions of trauma specific to LGBTQ individuals, substance use behaviors linked to those events, and some of the unique sites of resilience and support available within LGBTQ communities. Please use the download attachment 1 button on the right side of the page to to view the entire  English factsheet.       This factsheet is now available in Spanish. Translation services by the National Hispanic and Latino Behavioral Health Center of Excellence. Traducido por:   To download the full version of the Spanish factsheet, use the Download Attachment 2 button on the right side of the page.
Published: March 15, 2024
Interactive Resource
This annotated bibliography is a collection of resources related to racism, anti-racism and advancing health equity for Black, Indigenous and other People of Color and other marginalized communities affected by unhealthy substance use and SUD/SUD treatment using a DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) framework. It includes recent and classic/landmark papers on racism and SUD/SUD treatment, anti-racist strategies and approaches, advancement of health equity, issues relevant to particular racial groupings, and issues related to various disciplines/roles in healthcare (medical, nursing, social work, etc.). It also includes resources related to health disparities, SDOH, and DEI in the provision of substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery. This project is a collaboration between AMERSA, the Prevention Technology Transfer Center Network Coordinating Office (PTTC NCO), and the Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network Coordinating Office (ATTC NCO).
Published: March 12, 2024
Toolkit
We recognize that the holidays are a difficult time for many. Mid-America ATTC developed a holiday toolkit: How to Thrive During the Holiday Season. It includes tips for people in recovery and for those who support people in recovery, harm reduction techniques for those who want to cut back during the holidays, self-care ideas, LGBTQ+  and recovery resources, and more!  Author: Darla Belflower Editors: Bree Sherry, Catie Holmes, and Jenny Ho
Published: December 12, 2023
Multimedia
This webinar provided an interactive learning experience for attendees to explore adolescent substance use and new paths for research. Presenter Niranjan Karnik, MD, PhD reviewed recent data trends related to the prevalence of substance use among teens, described current treatment approaches, and talked about the pros and cons of social media and digital mental health interventions. Presenter Niranjan S. Karnik, MD, PhD, is the director of the Great Lakes Node of the National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network (CTN). His research focuses on data science, technology, and community-based interventions for vulnerable populations with psychiatric and substance use disorders. Watch the recording here.   Webinar keyword: Specific populations
Published: November 15, 2023
eNewsletter or Blog
  The Great Lakes Current is the e-newsletter of the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC.   The October 2023 issue honors National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, National Youth Substance Use Prevention Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, World Mental Health Day (October 10), and the newest installment of the NIATx in New Places blog series on the ATTC/NIATx Service Improvement Blog! As always, you will also find links to all upcoming events and trainings hosted by the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC!
Published: October 5, 2023
eNewsletter or Blog
  The Great Lakes Current is the e-newsletter of the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC.   The April-May 2023 issue honors National Mental Health Awareness Month, National Children's Mental Health Awareness Week, National Asian American and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month, and National Prevention Week by sharing events and resources on these topics. This issue also features an upcoming in-person conference and an exciting, new intensive technical assistance training series sponsored by the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC.    As always, you will find links to all the upcoming events and trainings for the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC in The Great Lakes Current.   
Published: May 4, 2023
Print Media
The use of electronic vaporizing devices (“vaping”) has skyrocketed in popularity since their widespread introduction across the United States. Through these devices, consumers inhale an aerosolized liquid compound, most commonly liquid nicotine or cannabis-derived chemicals (both CBD and THC). Risks stemming from vaping present an important public health challenge, particularly for youth, but also among adults. While significant research gaps remain, a growing number of evidence-based practices are available to behavioral health practitioners.  
Published: March 21, 2023
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This FREE 2-part virtual learning series was designed to enhance education and training related to the pre and post migration risk factors that contribute to substance use disorders (SUD) among Hispanic/Latino immigrant youth and provides screening, intervention, and referral to treatment tools to non-clinical professionals working with this population. The series addresses research data related to SUD in Hispanic/Latino immigrant youth, introduces basic alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse (ATODA) training, focuses on the early identification and prevention of behavioral, and emotional problems, as well as identifying signs and symptoms of co-occurring mental health issues. The series also provides information on assessing early signs and symptoms of SUD and highlights the importance of basic parenting/caregiver supervision and monitoring for those caring for unaccompanied immigrant youth. Lastly, the presenters will discuss developmental and SUD related issues, and introduces a culturally adapted approach to delivering Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for Hispanic/Latino immigrant youth. At the end of the 2-part virtual learning series, non-clinical professionals will have reviewed the dynamics of facilitating a culturally responsive SBIRT intervention in preventing, eliminating substance use, and supporting healthy adjustment and wellbeing in Hispanic/Latino immigrant youth. Session 1: Early Identification of Pre and Post Migration Risk Factors of Substance Use Disorders in Hispanic/Latino Youth Date: December 1st, 2022 Time: 12:00pm-1:30pm MST/ 2:00pm-3:30pm ET   View Presentation Download Presentation Handouts Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to: Understand basic ATODA use and abuse data as it relates to the general population compared to Hispanic/Latino immigrant youth Assess and identify pre and post migration trauma in early identification and co-occurring issues in relation to substance use in the Hispanic/Latino immigrant youth Assess behavioral and emotional problems in early identification and prevention of substance use in Hispanic/Latino immigrant youth Identify parenting related issues to promote positive parenting skills in the prevention of substance use in the Hispanic/Latino youth population   Session 2: A Migration Informed Context for Delivering Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) with Hispanic/Latino Immigrant Youth Date: January 12th, 2023 Time: 12:00pm-1:30pm MST/ 2:00pm-3:30pm ET   View Presentation Download Presentation Handouts Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to: List migration related experiences that impact development and coping with immigrant youth Define cultural bereavement and its correlation with substance use Describe components of, Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment, (SBIRT) Identify opportunities for cultural adaptations with SBIRT with immigrant youth Identify factors of a culturally responsive rapport and engagement for screening List benefits of the person-centered approach using core skills of motivational interviewing in a brief intervention interaction List cultural considerations for a referral to treatment and language conducive terminology   About the Presenters Richard Cervantes, Ph.D. Dr. Cervantes is Research Director of Behavioral Assessment, Inc. Dr. Cervantes was a Research Psychologist at the UCLA Spanish Speaking Mental Health Research Center and held a full-time faculty appointment in the USC School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, and the Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Cervantes is Co-Investigator on the Duke University, NIH Supported “Ser Hispano” study on acculturation stress and biomarkers. He was also the Principal Investigator for the NIH funded study, “Development of the Hispanic Stress Inventory-2” and PI on the recently completed the NIH drug prevention study “Familia Adelante: A multi risk Prevention Program for Hispanic Youth”. Dr. Cervantes is also a leader in evaluation science with special expertise in cultural competency and cross-cultural instrument development. He is the lead evaluator for the SAMHSA Hispanic and Latino Addiction and Prevention Technology Transfer Centers (TTCs). He has published extensively in peer review journals, books, and special reports. He is on the editorial board for the Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences and sits on a number of national, local and university based advisory boards. Dr. Cervantes received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Oklahoma State University.   Diana Padilla, CLC, CARC, CASAC-T Diana Padilla, RCR, CASAC-T, is Research Project Manager at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, Division of Substance Use Disorders, Columbia University Medical Center. Ms. Padilla provides intensive technical assistance in two organizational capacity-building initiatives; the implementation of SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment), and the integration of Equity and Inclusion strategies to improve service delivery and address behavioral health disparities for marginalized communities. Both projects are facilitated for the Northeast and Caribbean Technology Transfer Center (NeCATTC), HHS Region 2. Ms. Padilla also Chairs the National Committee on Behavioral Health Equity & Inclusion committee for the Addiction Technology Transfer Center. The working group focuses on disseminating the application of CLAS standards and other related topics and technical assistance initiatives to help organizations address disparities in behavioral health care. Ms. Padilla is also a Senior Trainer with more than 23 years of public health service, instructing behavioral health practitioners, prevention specialists and drug court professionals on addictions and recovery supporting best practices.
Published: December 7, 2022
eNewsletter or Blog
The November 2022 Dialogue contains articles on: Addiction: Gaming Addiction | Mental Health: Helping Children Cope with Death & Grief | Prevention: Veterans and Substance Use Prevention | ORN: Native American Heritage Month, and Regional Spotlight: The Recovery Bank. Additional sections include upcoming training and webinar events, behavioral health observances, new resources, and Region 3 news. The Dialogue is designed to inform behavioral and mental health professionals of news and upcoming events in the Central East states. This electronic newsletter is disseminated bi-monthly on the first Tuesday. You are encouraged to provide us with any feedback or submit articles and topics for discussion in future issues of the newsletter, [email protected].   Sign up to receive the Dialogue and our weekly training bulletin in your mailbox.   Visit the Dialogue Archives.
Published: November 1, 2022
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Through the "One Pill Can Kill" campaign, the DEA is bringing awareness to the dangers of fentanyl, the threat of fake pills, and resources to keep people safe. The overarching goal was to provide participants with information about the "One Pill Can Kill" campaign and review a best practice communication strategy so participants felt confident in both their knowledge of the "One Pill Can Kill" campaign and in their ability to communicate it with others.   Learning Objectives Gain knowledge on the dangers of fentanyl Describe 3 key messages of the "One Pill Can Kill" awareness campaign Be familiar with resources to support the "One Pill Can Kill" campaign Review a best-practice communication strategy for sharing information Speakers Sean T. Fearns serves as the Chief of Community Outreach and Prevention Support for DEA since 2015.  In this capacity, Sean is responsible for guiding a diverse and creative staff to develop and implement strategic national partnerships with other organizations which help educate the public on the current drug threats facing the country, support the DEA field divisions, implement DEA’s Operation Engage, communicate key administration drug prevention messages, and help reduce the demand for those drugs.       Alex Waitt, MS, MSEd, LPC, is a licensed professional counselor and the Co-Project Director for the Central East ATTC where he is responsible for the programmatic and administrative coordination of all training and technical assistance for the CE ATTC Region. He is the spokesperson and liaison to stakeholders and supports the development of other training and workforce initiatives.           RESOURCES One Pill Can Kill DEA Campaign Webinar slides This webinar was provided by the Central East ATTC. The Central East ATTC is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and managed by the Danya Institute.
Published: September 13, 2022
Multimedia
  The National Latino Behavioral Health Association (NLBHA), the National Hispanic and Latino PTTC, and the Strategic Prevention Framework - Connecting our Voices Program, joined efforts today to present you this video about Marijuana Prevention, with the goal to increase the awareness among youth.   Português Conscientização sobre o uso de cannabis entre os jovens NLBHA, os Centros e o Programa Conectando nossas Vozes se uniram para apresentar a vocês este vídeo educativo sobre Prevenção da Maconha, com o objetivo de aumentar a conscientização entre os jovens.
Published: August 16, 2022
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The Great Lakes A/MH/PTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI. This training is being provided in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.     Great Lakes ATTC Spring Webinar Series: Reaching and Retaining Pregnant & Parenting Teens & Young Adults Recording     DESCRIPTION: Adolescence and young adulthood are fraught with complexities.  When pregnancy, parenting, and substance use concerns are layered on, the combination can be overwhelming for the young person—and for you! This session focuses on understanding risk factors for substance use, leveraging resiliency factors, and using creative engagement strategies to reach and retain pregnant and parenting teens and young adults, as well as their families.     LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Identify three resiliency factors for pregnant and parenting adolescents and young adults with SUDs. Identify three considerations for addressing the dual needs of parenting teens or young adults with SUDs and the needs of their children. Explain how co-parenting, teen dating violence, and foster care involvement impacts pregnant and parenting adolescents with SUDs.         TRAINERS: Euna Ra-Smith, LCSW, is a senior program manager at Advocates for Human Potential (AHP) and a program manager for the California Youth Opioid Response. She has served as a clinician, senior director and chief clinical officer in child, adolescent, and young adult serving agencies for nearly two decades.  She has worked exclusively in diverse settings, including overseeing adolescent residential treatment services for youth involved in the juvenile justice system, unsheltered transitional aged youth, and community-based outpatient services.   Veronica Welch, MS, is a Program Associate II at Advocates for Human Potential (AHP), where she provides TA and support for implementation of mobile crisis and justice interventions in California.  Her past work experience includes clinical work with young families on bonding and attachment, as well as individual therapy with families and children in the child welfare system. She possesses a B.S. in child development and a M.S. in marriage, child, and family therapy.
Published: July 25, 2022
Print Media
  The National Hispanic and Latino ATTC and PTTC are proud to share this infographic, bringing awareness to Men's Health Month. Please take a look on this information that was carefully prepared by our centers and learn more about Hispanic Men's Health And Hispanic Men's Mental Health, the challenges, the strengths, risk and protective factors, cultural considerations, tips to live healthier and longer lives and several resources. We encourage you to share with your family, friends and colleagues. Thank you! Español Los Centros Nacionales Hispanos y Latinos ATTC y PTTC se enorgullecen de compartir esta infografía, creando conciencia sobre el Mes de la Salud del Hombre. Por favor lea esta información que fue preparada cuidadosamente por nuestros centros y aprenda más sobre la Salud de los Hombres Hispanos y la Salud Mental de los Hombres Hispanos, los desafíos, las fortalezas, los factores de riesgo y de protección, las consideraciones culturales, los consejos para vivir una vida más larga y saludable y varios recursos. Te animamos a compartir con tu familia, amigos y compañeros. ¡Gracias! Português Os Centros Nacionais Hispânico-Latino ATTC e PTTC têm o orgulho de compartilhar este infográfico, trazendo conscientização sobre o Mês da Saúde do Homem. Por favor, dê uma olhada nestas informações que foram cuidadosamente preparadas pelos nossos centros e saiba mais sobre Saúde do Homem Hispânico e Saúde Mental do Homem Hispânico, os desafios, pontos fortes, fatores de risco e proteção, considerações culturais, dicas para viver uma vida mais saudável mais longa e vários recursos. Nós encorajamos você a compartilhar com sua família, amigos e colegas.
Published: June 30, 2022
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  Podcast hosts will discuss how alcohol use and the risk for alcohol-related problems change over women’s lifespan from adolescence to college-age, early careers, pregnancy, parenting, empty-nest, retirement and aging. The podcast episodes will feature conversations with the hosts and guest speakers on topics such as: Women, Alcohol and Health Disparities Social and Cultural Contexts of Alcohol Use Media Messages about Women and Alcohol Use Women’s Alcohol Use during the Pandemic Prenatal Alcohol Exposure and more  
Published: May 17, 2022
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According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, cannabis use rates increased in 2020, with almost 50 million individuals 12 or older reporting use of cannabis in the past year. This increase is reflected in the state-specific data for HHS Region 8 in five of the six states (Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Utah). With this data in mind, the Mountain Plains ATTC is sponsoring a ten-part webinar series that will address and review the latest science for cannabis including: prevention and treatment issues; public policy; medical marijuana; and special populations and cannabis (adolescents, women and maternal health, older adults, and individuals with Serious Mental Illness).   Cannabis Webinar Series: The Green Adolescent Brain     This webinar is part of a series on the current science of cannabis, for more information on the other webinars in the series view the series homepage.  
Published: February 23, 2022
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According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, cannabis use rates increased in 2020, with almost 50 million individuals 12 or older reporting use of cannabis in the past year. This increase is reflected in the state-specific data for HHS Region 8 in five of the six states (Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Utah).   Learning Objectives: Identify three maternal/fetal physiological concerns associated with cannabis use during the perinatal period Recognize two of the most common reasons why pregnant and postpartum people use cannabis during the perinatal period Discuss the current recommendations regarding cannabis use during pregnancy and lactation Consider the potential impact of cannabis legalization on the pregnant and postpartum people   Cannabis Webinar Series: Perinatal Cannabis Use     This webinar is part of a series on the current science of cannabis, for more information on the other webinars in the series view the series homepage.  
Published: February 23, 2022
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  Alcohol is STILL a Drug: An Exploratory Webinar Series (February 1, 2022) Recording     The Great Lakes A/MH/PTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI. This training is being provided in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.   DESCRIPTION  Alcohol is STILL a drug.  The opioid crisis, increase in stimulant misuse, and marijuana legalization dominate the news— yet alcohol remains the number one substance causing health, social, legal and financial problems throughout the US.  While this series will focus on the hopefulness of recovery from alcohol use disorder, we’ll also take a deep dive into what we know about the full impact of alcohol overuse and the ways it affects every person in the US.   February 2022 Session: LGBTQ+ Youth and Alcohol Use Despite gains in LGBTQ+ civil rights laws, queer youth continue to experience disparities in health, safety, and SUD issues. This virtual presentation will present what you need to know as a provider about queer youth and alcohol.     SERIES LEARNING OBJECTIVES These are the overall learning objectives for the full 10-session series:  Summarize the current impacts of problematic alcohol use in various/special populations, including pregnant women, youth, rural, and minority populations.  Assess and prioritize alcohol reduction efforts in targeted settings.  Describe the current efforts to curb problematic alcohol use, including best practices in providing treatment.    SPEAKER   De’An Roper, PhD, LCSW-S  pronouns she, her, hers    De’An Roper is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is an Assistant Professor of Practice in the School of Social Work at University of Texas at Arlington. Prior to her academic career, Dr. Roper worked in various systems of care for more than two decades. Her early experience was shaped by working in the LGBTQ+ community during the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Later her direct practice included working in criminal justice environments developing treatment programs for people diagnosed with co-occurring disorders. Dr. Roper’s areas of practice expertise include program development, LGBTQ+ cultural competence, service team development and, she provides advanced clinical supervision. Her research interests include, sexual and gender minority health disparities, health risk behaviors, substance abuse, mental health and criminal justice systems.   
Published: February 3, 2022
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  The Great Lakes A/MH/PTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI. This training is being provided in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.   Register to join us on the first Tuesday of each month from 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Central (11:00 AM – 11:30 AM Eastern). Each session will feature a new expert presenter.    DESCRIPTION  Alcohol is STILL a drug.  The opioid crisis, increase in stimulant misuse, and marijuana legalization dominate the news— yet alcohol remains the number one substance causing health, social, legal and financial problems throughout the US.  While this series will focus on the hopefulness of recovery from alcohol use disorder, we’ll also take a deep dive into what we know about the full impact of alcohol overuse and the ways it affects every person in the US.   PRESENTER Ruby Warrington Ruby Warrington is creator of the term Sober Curious. Author of the 2018 book of the same title, her work has spearheaded a global movement to reevaluate our relationship to alcohol. Other works include Material Girl, Mystical World (2017), The Numinous Astro Deck (June 2019), and The Sober Curious Reset (Dec 2020). With 20+ years’ experience as a lifestyle journalist and editor, Ruby is also the founder of self-publishing imprint Numinous Books, and is known as a true thought leader in the “Now Age” wellness space.  
Published: October 6, 2021
Presentation Slides
View the slides from the presentation, “Adolescent Substance Use: An Evidence Update” with subject matter expert, Sarah Helseth, PhD, by clicking on the download button above.
Published: September 30, 2021
Multimedia
    The Great Lakes A/MH/PTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI. This training is being provided in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.   Register to join us on the first Tuesday of each month from 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Central (11:00 AM – 11:30 AM Eastern). Each session will feature a new expert presenter.    DESCRIPTION  Alcohol is STILL a drug.  The opioid crisis, increase in stimulant misuse, and marijuana legalization dominate the news— yet alcohol remains the number one substance causing health, social, legal and financial problems throughout the US.  While this series will focus on the hopefulness of recovery from alcohol use disorder, we’ll also take a deep dive into what we know about the full impact of alcohol overuse and the ways it affects every person in the US. Kris Kelly, a peer recovery expert, will launch the series by highlighting September as National Recovery Month and specific resources related to recovery from alcohol use disorder.   PRESENTER Kris Kelly, BS Kris Kelly is a project manager for the Great Lakes Addiction, Mental Health, and Prevention Technology Transfer Centers, a woman in long-term recovery, and subject matter expert on peer-based recovery support services. Kris is also leads the Recovery Community Organization Capacity Building core area for the Peer Recovery Center of Excellence. She has worked with state and local government, recovery community organizations, treatment courts, withdrawal management/detoxification, and clinical treatment developing best practices for integrating recovery supports into systems and services. As a former executive director and director of programs of a Minnesota-based recovery community organization, Kelly is a leader in the peer support movement in Minnesota. Kelly has presented at state and national conferences on topics ranging from supervision in peer-based recovery support services and integrating peer support services into behavioral health organizations to recovery-oriented systems of care.  
Published: September 16, 2021
eNewsletter or Blog
The September 2021 Dialogue contains articles on: Addiction: Exploring Equity-Grounded Leadership and Recovery Stories | Mental Health: Saving Young Black Lives: Reversing Suicide Trends [Podcast] | Prevention: The Importance of Suicide Prevention and Recovery Services | ORN: Recovery Rising | Spotlight: Suicide Prevention Month. Additional sections include upcoming training and webinar events, behavioral health observances, new resources, and Region 3 news. The Dialogue is designed to inform behavioral and mental health professionals of news and upcoming events in the Central East states. This electronic newsletter is disseminated bi-monthly on the first Tuesday. You are encouraged to provide us with any feedback or submit articles and topics for discussion in future issues of the newsletter, [email protected]. Sign up to receive the Dialogue in your mailbox.
Published: September 7, 2021
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The ATTC Network understands that words have power. A few ATTC products developed prior to 2017 may contain language that does not reflect the ATTCs’ current commitment to using affirming, person-first language. We appreciate your patience as we work to gradually update older materials. For more information about the importance of non-stigmatizing language, see “Destroying Addiction Stigma Once and For All: It’s Time” from the ATTC Network and “Changing Language to Change Care: Stigma and Substance Use Disorders” from the Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS).

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