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The New England ATTC, in partnership with the New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals, provided a basic/universal TA webinar titled, "Myth Busters - Dispelling Drug Testing Myths" with subject matter expert Paul Cary. The slides are available for download.
Published: March 16, 2024
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Módulo: THC y Adolescentes El propósito principal de este manual es proporcionar estrategias específicas para los maestros y proveedores de servicio, para que orienten a los adolescentes sobre los efectos del consumo de marihuana. De una manera que los haga receptivos a la información. Esto es a través de un proceso de psicoeducación presentado de manera estructurada y no impuesta. Psicoeducar a los estudiantes, de una manera estructurada e interesante, sobre los efectos del consumo de marihuana. Ofrecer a los estudiantes/adolescentes la oportunidad de aprender y discutir sobre el consumo de marihuana y sus efectos adversos en el cerebro. Establecer la diferencia entre mitos y realidades respecto a la información que se proporciona sobre marihuana y sus efectos. Permitir espacios seguros de diálogo para que los estudiantes/adolescentes expresen sus inquietudes y preguntas sobre el consumo de marihuana y sus efectos.
Published: February 21, 2024
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Module: THC and Adolescents The primary purpose of this manual is to provide specific strategies for teachers and service providers to counsel adolescents about the effects of marijuana use in a way that makes them receptive to the information offered by the provider. This is through a psychoeducation process presented in a structured, non-imposing manner.   Psychoeducate students, in a structured and interesting way, about the effects of marijuana. Offer students/adolescents the opportunity to learn about and discuss marijuana and its effects on the brain. Establish the difference between myths and realities regarding the information being provided about marijuana and its effects. Allow safe spaces of dialogue for students/adolescents to express their concerns and questions regarding marijuana use and its effects.
Published: February 21, 2024
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In partnership with the New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals, the New England ATTC hosted a webinar titled, “Peer Support: Why Your Program Needs It” by subject matter expert Abby Frutchey. The slides are available for download.
Published: February 5, 2024
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The presentation slides from “How to Best Treat and Manage Methamphetamine Use” (described above) are also available for download.
Published: October 4, 2023
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This series will provide a review of common crisis situations, overview of crisis intervention guidelines and strategies, and describe clinical responses to common behavioral health emergencies and crises in clinical practice. Session 1: Overview of Addressing Behavioral Crises (August 29, 2023) Our speakers are Dr. Ken Winters, Dr. Jacque Gray, Nelda Huskie, and Dr. Kathy Tomlin. Join us to gain skills in handling crisis events. Click HERE to access the event recording. 
Published: September 23, 2023
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This series will provide a review of common crisis situations, overview of crisis intervention guidelines and strategies, and describe clinical responses to common behavioral health emergencies and crises in clinical practice. Session 3: Case-Illustrations (September 19, 2023) Our speakers are Dr. Ken Winters, Dr. Jacque Gray, Nelda Huskie, and Dr. Kathy Tomlin. Join us to gain skills in handling crisis events. Click HERE to access the event recording. 
Published: September 23, 2023
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This presentation titled, "Addiction Technology Transfer: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Service for 30 Years" provides participants with an overview of the New England ATTC and key accomplishments over the past three decades.
Published: September 22, 2023
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This presentation titled, “Eliminating Disparities, Building Equity, and the Enhanced CLAS Standards: Current Context and Approaches” reviews current approaches to ensure adherence to CLAS standards and eradicate health disparities.
Published: September 22, 2023
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Este módulo tiene como objetivo educar al lector sobre la reducción de daños como un enfoque de salud pública, basado en evidencia, para minimizar las consecuencias adversas a la salud y otras áreas de la vida que pueden experimentar las personas que consumen sustancias psicoactivas.  Se discuten estrategias de la reducción de daños y cómo ponerlas en práctica en el proceso de ayuda para lograr cambios de conducta.
Published: September 18, 2023
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This module aims to educate about harm reduction as an evidence-based public health approach to minimizing adverse health consequences and other events that may be experienced by people who use psychoactive substances.  Harm reduction strategies and how to put them into practice in the process of helping to achieve behavior change are discussed.
Published: September 18, 2023
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This series will provide a review of common crisis situations, overview of crisis intervention guidelines and strategies, and describe clinical responses to common behavioral health emergencies and crises in clinical practice. Session 2: Select Clinical Topics when Helping Clients Deal with a Crisis (September 12, 2023) Our speakers are Dr. Ken Winters, Dr. Jacque Gray, Nelda Huskie, and Dr. Kathy Tomlin. Join us to gain skills in handling crisis events. Click HERE to access the event recording.
Published: September 15, 2023
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Join us for ESAS: Group Counseling. This event took place on August 2, 2023. Click HERE to access the event recording.
Published: September 7, 2023
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The New England ATTC Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Director, Dr. David Zelaya, presented the opening plenary session, “Incorporating an Intersectionality Framework to Understand the Impact of Racism and Heterosexism on the Health Disparities Encountered by LGBTQ+ People of Color” at the New England School of Best Practices. This interactive presentation offered an overview of tools to help behavioral health professionals understand how systems of oppression such as racism and heterosexism create unique health disparities (e.g., addiction and behavioral health care inequities) encountered by LGBTQ+ People of Color. • Explain two strategies to reduce these health disparities in the behavioral health setting.   Click the download button above to download the slides from this presentation.
Published: August 31, 2023
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Join us for ESAS: HIV, STI, and SUDs. This event took place on July 5, 2023. Please click HERE to access the event recording.
Published: August 23, 2023
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Join Mr. Doug Widow Jr., (Cheyenne River Sioux), equine specialist, and substance use disorder counselor, as he presents a follow-up session on the use of traditional medicines, horses, and Ingenious ceremony for coping with Grief/ Loss in early recovery. This 90-minute interactive webinar will revisit issues related to grief, loss, and trauma that often affects our patients (relatives) while in early recovery. Mr. Widow will again share his teachings on Indigenous knowledge to addressing grief/loss in part 2 of this series. Click HERE to access the event recording. 
Published: June 19, 2023
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The Leadership Academy Project Series for Providers Serving American Indian and Alaska Native Communities Upcoming Training: Community Based Change Through Leadership Initiatives This series will discuss on-the-ground initiatives focusing on improving important aspects of indigenous communities’ well-being. The series addresses different aspects of community health and describes projects that have impacted communities across the country. Join us to meet the presenters who have stepped up for their communities and driven meaningful change. Monday, June 12th: Implementing Trauma Informed Care in Primary Care Settings-- Melanie Hazle, MSBS, LMFT, Choctaw Nation Tribe. Click HERE to access the event recording. 
Published: June 19, 2023
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This event took place on June 7, 2023. Click HERE to access the event recording. 
Published: June 19, 2023
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The National Alliance on Mental Illness recognizes that current environmental factors are traumatizing people of color, which as a risk factor can also initiate or increase substance use and potentially developing trauma and stress complications. Provider bias in stigmatic language or other microaggressions affect a client’s capacity to respond to clinical interventions and are often identified in research, as components of poor behavioral health outcomes. Practitioners who integrate cultural humility in practice are able to support highest levels of patient centered culturally informed care. This interactive virtual training will review practical tools and strategies for providers to identify and diffuse personal bias, dynamics of culture in substance use treatment and how to facilitate and align cultural humility with other culturally responsive strategies to increase patient wellness for racial and ethnic populations.
Published: June 16, 2023
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Behavioral health and health care settings offer a spectrum of programs including substance use, mental health, and medical and recovery services. Professionals providing these supports use an array of competencies to empathize and assist persons with substance use and other psychosocial problems. Always focused on helping others, professionals can experience challenges in practicing self-care for themselves. This interactive workshop provides an opportunity for providers to review wellness practices and experience the benefits of intentional, micro-structured, self-care interventions.
Published: June 16, 2023
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This event took place on May 15, 2023. The Leadership Academy Project Series for Providers Serving American Indian and Alaska Native Communities Upcoming Training: Community Based Change Through Leadership Initiatives This series will discuss on-the-ground initiatives focusing on improving important aspects of indigenous communities’ well-being. The series addresses different aspects of community health and describes projects that have impacted communities across the country. Join us to meet the presenters who have stepped up for their communities and driven meaningful change. May 15: Mashkizibii Mentoring Project - Bad River Survival Revival Series-- Lynn Maday, Peer Coordinator, Sr, Medweoshkakwe (Ojibwe) Click HERE to access the event recording. 
Published: May 30, 2023
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Please join us for a 5-part Behavioral Health webinar series as we host Dan Foster, PhD, (Western Band Cherokee-Dakota/Lakota) and Dr. Suzan McVicker, PhD,(Cherokee Descendant), and Warren “Bim” Pourier, MA, LPC, (Lakota), as they present on IFS (Internal Family Systems) therapy. These 120-minute webinars will offer an overview of IFS and its applications in a clinical setting. Additionally, cultural considerations discussion, recovery, re-entry, and addressing elements of the human condition. An interactive format will be used with a brief Q and A period reserved at the end of each event. This event took place on March 22, 2023.
Published: May 9, 2023
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This event took place on April 5, 2023. Click HERE to access the event recording. 
Published: May 9, 2023
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This event took place on April 24, 2023. Please click HERE to access the event recording.  The Leadership Academy Project Series for Providers Serving American Indian and Alaska Native Communities Upcoming Training: Community Based Change Through Leadership Initiatives This series will discuss on-the-ground initiatives focusing on improving important aspects of indigenous communities’ well-being. The series addresses different aspects of community health and describes projects that have impacted communities across the country. Join us to meet the presenters who have stepped up for their communities and driven meaningful change. Monday, April 24: Integrating Cultural Ideology into Tribal Health Practices-- Jason Butler, MS, Ute Tribe Monday, May 15: Mashkizibii Mentoring Project - Bad River Survival Revival Series-- Lynn Maday, Peer Coordinator, Sr, Medweoshkakwe (Ojibwe) Monday, May 22: Healing is Resistance – Recovery as Liberation-- Maria C. Molina, LCSW, she/her/hers, Pascua Yaqui Tribe Monday, June 5th: Yoeme Life Skills Curriculum: Nau Te Inetene – Together We Heal-- Bridget Valenzuela, M.Ed, BHT, Pascua Yaqui Tribe Monday, June 12th: Implementing Trauma Informed Care in Primary Care Settings-- Melanie Hazle, MSBS, LMFT, Choctaw Nation Tribe Monday, June 19th: Modoc Ancestral Run: Transcending Trauma through connection-- Monica (Yellowowl) Super, CADC, CPS, Pit River Tribe
Published: May 9, 2023
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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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