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Over the last six months the ATTC Network Workforce Development, Recruitment, and Retention Workgroup collaborated to create a report titled Strategic Response to Behavioral Workforce Shortages, focusing primarily on barriers to recruitment and retention in the field of behavioral health. This report highlighted three areas of focus: recruitment of new employees to the field, competitive pay, and portability of licenses and certifications. In addition to the brief-style report, the workgroup created three shorter one-pager versions to be printed and used for tabling events. The report highlights identified barriers under each focus, recommended responses to address these barriers, real-world examples of organizations and states that have attempted to remedy these barriers, and action steps for addressing the barriers looking ahead. The intended use for this report is to provide concrete steps for ATTC regional offices to inform future initiatives, as well as initiating conversations at the national level to address the behavioral health workforce shortage.
Published: March 31, 2024
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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
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New England ATTC Senior Trainer, Haner Hernandez, PhD, served on the development team for SAMHSA’s National Model Standards for Peer Support Certification. This Spanish version of the national model standards was prepared in response to President Biden's 2022 Unity Agenda and outlines model standards for substance use disorder, mental health, and family/youth peer support certification. The entire toolkit is available for download.
Published: November 30, 2023
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El Centro Nacional de Transferencia de Tecnología de Adicción Hispana y Latina (NHL ATTC) se enorgullece en presentar el Kit de Herramientas de Tendencias Emergentes de Crisis de Opioides, un recurso completo diseñado para equipar a las personas y las organizaciones con el conocimiento y las herramientas necesarias para responder eficazmente a este panorama en constante cambio. Este kit de herramientas reúne fichas, podcasts, videos cortos y conocimientos de expertos, proporcionando una hoja de ruta para comprender, prevenir y tratar la adicción a los opioides. Los recursos están disponibles en inglés y español. Esperamos que estos recursos sean útiles para usted y para su proceso de curación. Por favor, compártelo con tu familia, amigos y colegas. Algunos de estos productos están disponibles en Inglés y Portugués. Manténganse seguros, sanos, y recuerden que todos estamos juntos en esto. ¡Gracias! Thank you! Este kit de herramientas también está disponible en Inglés Factsheets Naloxona Guía y Recursos Esta reseña informativa tiene por objeto proporcionar recursos a personas, padres, profesionales, y proveedores sobre la importancia del uso de la Naloxona entre los Latinos en Estados Unidos. Descárgalo Aquí Xilazina 101: El uso de la Xilazina y Su Impacto en las comunidades de los Estados Unidos Esta reseña de información tiene por objeto proporcionar recursos a las personas, padres, profesionales y proveedores sobre el uso de la xilazina y su impacto en las comunidades de Estados Unidos Descárgalo Aquí Hoja Informativa Sobre el Fentanilo Para los Proveedores Esta síntesis de información tiene por objeto proporcionar recursos a las personas, los padres, los profesionales y los proveedores sobre el consumo de fentanilo entre los Latinos en los Estados Unidos. Descárgalo Aquí Creando Conciencia Sobre La Reducción De Daños En Las Comunidades Latinas Esta reseña tiene como objetivo proporcionar recursos a individuos, padres, profesionales y proveedores sobre cómo crear conciencia de la Reducción de Daños en la población Latina. Descárgalo Aquí   Webinar Comprendiendo la Crisis de Opioides en la Población Latina de los Estados Unidos: Implicaciones y Recomendaciones Este webinario discutió las implicaciones de la crisis de opioides en la población Latina en los Estados Unidos. Se discutieron los factores sociales y culturales que causan el abuso de sustancias en los Latinos. Además, se discuten las barreras a los servicios y tratamientos, junto con estrategias sobre cómo aumentar la participación y el uso de los servicios. Descárgalo Aquí   Short Videos La Reducción de Daño En el video de hoy, vamos a platicar sobre la reducción de daño y su importancia al igual que desbaratar el estigma que comúnmente acompaña a este tema. Descárgalo Aquí Agosto es el Mes de Concientización sobre Sobredosis y el Día International de Concientización sobre Sobredosis Nuestros Centros Nacionales Hispano y Latino ATTC y PTTC desean apoyar el Mes de Concientización de Sobredosis del mes de agosto y el Día Internacional de Concientización de Sobredosis, que tiene lugar anualmente el 31 de agosto. Descárgalo Aquí   Podcast Rompiendo el Silencio (Episodio en Español de Latinos Con Voz podcast) **OJO: Este episodio habla sobre la muerte y el dolor y puede ser molesto para algunos oyentes** Episodio en Español de Latinos Con Voz podcast. En este episodio Christina Mancebo-Torres entrevista a la Dra. Cristina Rabadan-Diehl, Subdirectora de investigaciones clínicas en Westat, sobre el impacto del estigma en personas enfrentando el trastorno por uso de opioides y sus familias. Escúchalo Aquí
Published: August 18, 2023
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The National Hispanic and Latino Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NHL ATTC) is proud to present the Opioid Crisis Emerging Trends Toolkit, a comprehensive resource designed to equip individuals and organizations with the knowledge and tools needed to effectively respond to this ever-changing landscape. This toolkit brings together factsheets, podcasts, short videos, and expert insights, providing a roadmap for understanding, preventing, and treating opioid addiction. The resources are available in English and Spanish. We hope these resources are useful for you and for your healing process. Please share it with your family, friends, and colleagues. Stay safe, healthy, and remember we are all in this together. Thank you. ¡Gracias! This toolkit is also available in Spanish! Click Here to View Factsheets Naloxone Guide and Resources  This snapshot of information is intended to provide resources to individuals, parents, professionals, and providers on the importance of Naloxone use among Latinos in the United States. Download Here Xylazine 101: Xylazine Use and its Impact on Communities Across the United States This snapshot of information is intended to provide resources to individuals, parents, professionals, and providers on xylazine use and its impact on communities across the United States. Download Here Fentanyl Resource Factsheet for Providers This snapshot of information is intended to provide resources to individuals, parents, professionals, and providers on fentanyl use among Latinos in the United States. Download Here Stigma and Substance Use Disorder This snapshot of information is intended to inform individuals, parents, professionals, and providers of how the stigma around substance use disorder (SUD) impacts Hispanic & Latino populations in the US. Download Here Harm Reduction Awareness for Latino Communities This snapshot of information is intended to provide a quick resource to individuals, parents, professionals, and providers on Harm Reduction Awareness for the Latino population. Download Here   Webinar Unmasking the Crisis: Exploring Intentional Substance Use Disorder Overdoses Among the Hispanic/Latino Population – Q&A Understanding the Factors, Addressing the Crisis, and Promoting Resilience Download Here SUD Stigma, Treatment, and Recovery for Hispanic/Latinos The National Hispanic/Latino ATTC, WESTAT, the National Hispanic/Latino MHTTC, and Shatterproof as part of the Partnerships for Equity to Eliminate Behavioral Health Disparities for Hispanic/Latino communities are presented in a three-part virtual learning series. This series is designed to enhance education and information related to risk factors that contribute to substance use disorders (SUD) among Hispanic/Latino communities, particularly focused on opioids and Fentanyl. The importance of crisis intervention strategies and skills helps to mitigate the cultural nuances of treatment and recovery. Lastly, the presenter discusses stigma, the 3 different types of stigmas, and findings from the stigma index produced by Shatterproof. The training will provide Behavioral Health providers (CHW’s, promotores, project coordinators, social workers, family members, etc.) a knowledge-based approach to early intervention and SUD identification for Hispanic and Latino community members and their families. Download Here A Cultural Adaptation of Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment, (SBIRT) for Working with Hispanic and Latinx Communities Culturally and linguistically appropriate strategies are the means to ensure respectful and responsive services that enhance effective outcomes for racial, ethnic, and other underserved communities in behavioral health care. As such, being culturally informed when conducting evidence-based (EB) practices such as Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment, (SBIRT) can help Hispanic and Latinx clients reduce their substance use. SBIRT is an evidence-based practice that helps practitioners identify and intervene with people whose pattern of substance use puts them at risk for or are experiencing substance-related health and other psychosocial problems. The question is: How do we facilitate SBIRT without compromising the fidelity of the model while practicing culturally responsive care? This two-session webinar series reviews the current landscape of substance use and the benefits of culturally adapted evidence-based interventions that align with culturally and appropriate services standards, (CLAS). Further, the content informs on how a culturally informed framework can help meet the needs and enhance quality care among Hispanic communities at risk. Download Here Implications of the Opioid Crisis in the U.S. Latino Population This webinar discussed the implications of the opioid crisis in the Latino population in the US. It discussed the social and cultural factors that cause substance misuse in Latinos. Additionally, barriers to services and treatments are discussed, along with strategies on how to increase engagement and use of services. Download Here   Short Videos Harm Reduction In today’s video, we would like to discuss harm reduction and its importance and break down some of the stigma often associated with this topic. Download Here August is Overdose Awareness Month and International Overdose Awareness Day This month our National Hispanic and Latino ATTC and PTTC would like to support August’s Overdose Awareness Month and International Overdose Awareness Day, which takes place annually on August 31st. Download Here   Podcast Breaking the Silence: SUD and Stigma **DISCLAIMER: This episode talks about death and grief, and it may be upsetting to some listeners. ** In This English episode of Latinos Con Voz podcast, Christina Mancebo-Torres interviews Dr. Cristina Rabadan-Diehl, Associate Director for Clinical Trials at Westat, on the impact of stigma on individuals facing opioid use disorder and their families. Listen Here  
Published: August 18, 2023
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This Supplemental Guide is developed as a supplement to Your Guide to Integrating HCV Services into Opioid Treatment Programs. The purpose of these two resources is to build the capacity of publicly funded Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) to integrate Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) prevention and treatment services into their programs. The opioid epidemic has resulted in significant increases in HCV among people who inject drugs, accounting for 23% of new infections. HCV is completely curable and testing and treatment are the path to cure. OTPs play a critical role in comprehensive approaches to addressing HCV and this guide is one tool to help.  
Published: May 19, 2023
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A toolkit for behavioral health prevention and treatment providers, recovery community organizations, and individuals in recovery with practical information and tools to enhance their capacity to engage in effective stigma reduction efforts. This guide provides practical information about a variety of approaches to prevent and mitigate behavioral health-related stigma. Some approaches are straightforward and can be initiated by individuals on their own. These approaches include tips on using stigma-free, positive person-first language and writing letters to the editor. Some approaches are comprehensive, such as developing a community action group and implementing a community-based messaging and media campaign. The revision of this toolkit was made in collaboration with the Central East MHTTC and the Central East PTTC.
Published: March 3, 2023
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  Resources developed by the National Hispanic and Latino ATTC and PTTC. Fact Sheets on Gambling Awareness in English, Spanish and Portuguese. March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month! Podcast ¡Latinos Con Voz! Problem Gambling Awareness Episodes (available in English and Portuguese) English Episode This English episode of Latinos Con Voz podcast, Dr. Susie Villalobos interviews Tana Russell from the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling. Portuguese Episode Portuguese Episode of Latinos Con Voz podcast. **This is episode is only available in Portuguese ** Priscila Giamassi entrevista a Dra. Anna Carolina Ramos emu ma conversa esclarecedora sobre dependências, com foco em jogo problemático. Videos Problem Gambling  Problem Gambling Awareness Month: Awareness + Action (available in English, Spanish and Portuguese) Infographic Problem Gambling  Hispanic and Latino Problem Gambling Awareness Resources in partnership with the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling Connections Podcast Latino Advocacy – Heart and Community  Latina leader and researcher, Dr. Susie Villalobos, joins this Connections episode. She is the Director of the National Hispanic Latino Addiction and Prevention Technology Transfer Centers, and host of the “¡Latinos Con Voz!” podcast. She gets real about what led her to this work, how she uncovers the needs of Latino communities, and the incredible teamwork that goes into the heart-driven dedication of making it happen.   Kaleidoscope Reflections of Diverse Views on Mental Health Equity A recorded live-streamed community event celebrating diversity, inclusion, and mental health equity during 2021 National Hispanic Heritage Month. Special guests will help address issues around Access to Care; Barriers; Cultural Norms and Traditions; and Gambling in Latinx Communities:
Published: September 9, 2022
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Download the tip card to learn helpful information about brain injury. Providers will learn about common symptoms, the intersection with substance use and behavior, screening for brain injury, and how to support those with a history of brain injury.
Published: March 17, 2022
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The National Hispanic and Latino Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NHL ATTC) and The National Hispanic and Latino Prevention Technology Transfer Center (NHL PTTC), both housed at The National Latino Behavioral Health Association (NLBHA), are pleased to deliver an incredible toolkit with several resources around the El Día De Los Muertos/Day of the Dead, Grief and Loss. Our goal with this toolkit is to not only normalize grief and offer options for healthy coping mechanisms, but also to help our communities to find support and healthy outlets to express their pain and grief. This is an extensive directory of resources that our team carefully prepared for you. You will find articles, webinars, fact sheets, support groups, books recommendations, videos, movies, and resources to approach the topic with children. Some of the resources are available in all three languages (English, Spanish and Portuguese). We hope these resources are useful for you and for your healing process. Please share it with your family, friends, and colleagues. Stay safe, healthy, and remember we are all in this together. Thank you. ¡Gracias! Obrigado. Español Los Centros Nacionales Hispano y Latino de Asistencia Técnica en Adicción y Prevención, ambos ubicados dentro de la Asociación Nacional Latina de Salud Mental y Adicciones, se complace en entregar esta increíble caja de herramientas con varios recursos alrededor de El Día de Los Muertos/Día de Muertos, Duelo y Pérdida. Nuestro objetivo con esta caja de herramientas es no sólo normalizar el duelo y ofrecer opciones para mecanismos de afrontamiento saludables, sino también ayudar a nuestras comunidades a encontrar apoyo y salidas saludables para expresar su dolor y pena. Este es un extenso directorio de recursos que nuestro equipo preparó cuidadosamente para usted. Encontrará artículos, seminarios web, hojas informativas, grupos de apoyo, recomendaciones de libros, videos, películas y recursos para abordar el tema con los niños. Algunos de los recursos están disponibles en los tres idiomas (inglés, español y portugués). Esperamos que estos recursos sean útiles para usted y para su proceso de curación. Por favor, compártalo con su familia, amigos y colegas. Mantente a salvo, saludable, y recuerda que estamos todos juntos en esto. Gracias. ¡Gracias! Obrigado. Portugués O Centro Nacional Hispânico-Latino de Treinamento e Assistência Técnica em Abuso de Substâncias (NHL ATTC) e o Centro Nacional Hispânico- Latino de Treinamento e Assistência Técnica em Prevenção (NHL PTTC), ambos sediados na Associação Nacional Latina de Saúde Mental e Abuso de Substâncias (NLBHA), têm o prazer de oferecer este kit de ferramentas incrível com diversos recursos sobre o Dia de Finados, Luto e Perda. Nosso objetivo com este kit de ferramentas é não apenas normalizar o luto e oferecer opções para mecanismos de enfrentamento saudáveis, mas também ajudar nossas comunidades a encontrar apoio e formas saudáveis para expressar sua dor e sofrimento. Este é um extenso diretório de recursos que nossa equipe preparou cuidadosamente para você. Você encontrará artigos, webinars, folhetos educativos, grupos de apoio, recomendações de livros, vídeos, filmes e recursos para abordar o assunto com crianças. Alguns dos recursos estão disponíveis nos três idiomas (Inglês, Espanhol e Português). Esperamos que esses materiais sejam úteis para você e para o seu processo de cura. Por gentileza, compartilhe com sua família, amigos e colegas. Fique seguro, saudável e lembre-se de que estamos todos juntos. Gracias. ¡Gracias! Obrigado. Introduction Videos        Directory of Resources This is an extensive directory of resources that our team carefully prepared for you. You will find articles, webinars, fact sheets, support groups, books recommendations, videos, movies, and resources to approach the topic with children.       Factsheets: Día De Los Muertos, How to honor those that we lost and deal with grief?     Factsheets: Grief and Loss in Hispanic and Latino Communities     Webinars Talking about Grief and COVID-19 in the Hispanic and Latin Community: Life Experiences and Therapeutic Strategies from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy [English]   Hablando sobre el duelo y el COVID-19: experiencias de vida y estrategieas terapéuticas desde la terapie de aceptación y compromiso [Español]   Conversando sobre Luto e COVID-19 na Comunidade Hispânica e Latina: Experiências de vida e Estratégias da Terapia de Aceitação e Compromisso [Portuguese]   Webinar Q&A Followup      
Published: November 1, 2021
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  Traumatic Brain Injury and Substance Use Disorder Toolkit now available!!   Traumatic Brain Injury and Substance Use Disorders: Making the Connections merges the content on traumatic brain injury (TBI) and substance use disorders (SUD) to expand capacity to address both issues in treatment. The author, Dr. Carolyn Lemsky, is a board-certified neuropsychologist with over 25 years of experience working in rehabilitation settings in the U.S. and Canada. The toolkit provides valuable and practical information for advancing behavioral health providers’ capacity when serving persons who have brain injuries.   This toolkit is a collaboration between the National Association of State Head Injury Administrators, Mountain Plains Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Mountain Plains ATTC), and the Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Mid-America ATTC).   Order a copy of the Traumatic Brain Injury and Substance Use Disorder Toolkit    
Published: October 27, 2021
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Traumatic Brain Injury and Substance Use Disorder Toolkit now available!! Traumatic Brain Injury and Substance Use Disorders: Making the Connections merges the content on traumatic brain injury (TBI) and substance use disorders (SUD) to expand capacity to address both issues in treatment. The author, Dr. Carolyn Lemsky, is a board-certified neuropsychologist with over 25 years of experience working in rehabilitation settings in the U.S. and Canada. The toolkit provides valuable and practical information for advancing behavioral health providers’ capacity when serving persons who have brain injuries. Click here to download a free digital copy Click here to order a hard copy (shipping and handling fees apply)  This toolkit is a collaboration between the National Association of State Head Injury Administrators, Mountain Plains Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Mountain Plains ATTC), and the Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Mid-America ATTC).
Published: October 27, 2021
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These are the supplemental handouts from the Transitioning to Effective Online Training series. Provided in these handouts are general tools, tips, and best practices to help guide you (or your organization) in transitioning to and delivering online training. Most of the information included in this document comes from anecdotal experiences from the New England ATTC staff and trainers that have successfully transitioned their in-person training(s), national and regional conferences, webinars, and programs to a virtual format.
Published: March 31, 2021
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This resource is designed to provide important talking points to use when meeting with or talking to tribal leaders, elders, community members, multi-disciplinary task force members, or local county workers about substance use disorders (SUD), medication assisted treatment (MAT), and other behavioral health issues. This electronic version is available on our website. We also have a print version. To request copies, please email us at [email protected]
Published: March 18, 2021
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This guide is intended to build the capacity of publicly funded Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) to integrate Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) prevention and treatment services into their programs. The guide may also be useful for Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), community and healthcare coalitions, nonprofit organizations and other substance use disorder and HCV treatment providers. The opioid epidemic has resulted in significant increases in HCV among people who inject drugs, accounting for 23% of new infections. HCV is completely curable and testing and treatment are the path to cure. OTPs play a critical role in comprehensive approaches to addressing HCV and this guide is one tool to help.
Published: July 24, 2020
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In this time of increased online engagement – meetings, trainings, technical assistance, and more – it is important to be prepared when participating in online meetings. The South Africa HIV ATTC has developed a series of 1-page guides to provide guidance for online engagement. This one-page guide provides advice for video, audio, and chatting etiquette when participating in online meetings.   Related Items:  Group Norms for Online Engagement (found here) Facilitator Guidance for Online Engagement (found here) Guidance for Setting Up Online Meetings (found here)
Published: June 16, 2020
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The South Africa HIV ATTC has created this one-page activity that can help one slow down and check in with their emotional and physical well-being. This product was designed as a provider self-care exercise, but has broad relevance for the general population.   This product is available in English and Afrikaans. Additional languages are coming soon!   Related Items:  Healthy Coping Behaviours (found here) Reflection and Breathing Exercise (found here) Wellness Wheel Exercise (found here) Coping with Distress (found here)
Published: April 27, 2020
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The South Africa HIV ATTC has created this one-page activity to encourage taking care of oneself, particularly in moments of great instability. Learning and practicing the activities in this product can be helpful to prevent one from becoming emotionally overwhelmed. This product was designed as a provider self-care exercise, but has broad relevance for the general population.   This product is available in English and Afrikaans. Additional languages are coming soon!   Related Items:  Coping with Distress (found here) Reflection and Breathing Exercise (found here) Wellness Wheel Exercise (found here) Regular Emotional Check-Ins (found here)
Published: April 27, 2020
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  The South Africa HIV ATTC has created this one-page activity that can be used to learn new ways to cope with and relieve stress. Developing ways to soothe can be helpful to prevent one from becoming emotionally overwhelmed. This product was designed as a provider self-care exercise, but has broad relevance for the general population.   This product is available in English and Afrikaans. Additional languages are coming soon!   Related Items:  Healthy Coping Behaviours (found here) Reflection and Breathing Exercise (found here) Wellness Wheel Exercise (found here) Regular Emotional Check-Ins (found here)
Published: April 27, 2020
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In this time of increased online engagement – meetings, trainings, technical assistance, and more – it is important for facilitators and participants to practice good etiquette when participating in video conferencing. The South Africa HIV ATTC has developed this one-sheet guide highlighting the norms and practices for online engagement.   This product is available in English and Afrikaans. Additional languages are coming soon!   Related Items: Guidance for Setting Up Online Meetings (found here) Facilitator Guidance for Online Engagement (found here) General Guidelines for Virtual Meetings (found here)
Published: April 23, 2020
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In this time of increased online engagement – meetings, trainings, technical assistance, and more – it is important for facilitators to be prepared when hosting in online meetings. The South Africa HIV ATTC has developed a series of 1-page guides to provide guidance for online engagement. These products were adapted from the larger resource developed by the Pacific Southwest Mental Health TTC to ensure cultural relevance. This guide helps facilitators to prepare, set up, and host engaging online sessions.   This product is available in English and Afrikaans. Additional languages are coming soon!   Related Items: Guidance for Setting Up Online Meetings (found here) General Guidelines for Virtual Meetings (found here) Group Norms for Online Engagement (found here)  
Published: April 23, 2020
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In this time of increased online engagement – meetings, trainings, technical assistance, and more – it is important for facilitators to be prepared when hosting in online meetings. The South Africa HIV ATTC has developed a series of 1-page guides to provide guidance for online engagement. These products were adapted from the larger resource developed by the Pacific Southwest Mental Health TTC to ensure cultural relevance. This one-page guide helps facilitators to physically set up for online meetings including video conferencing.   Related Items:  General Guidelines for Virtual Meetings (found here) Group Norms for Online Engagement (found here) Facilitator Guidance for Online Engagement (found here)  
Published: April 23, 2020
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  The South Africa HIV ATTC has created this one-page self-assessment activity that can be used to set goals towards achieving greater balance in caring for oneself. This product was designed as a provider self-care exercise, but has broad relevance for the general population.   This product is available in English and Afrikaans. Additional languages are coming soon!   Related Items:  Reflection and Breathing Exercise (found here) Coping with Distress (found here) Healthy Coping Behaviours (found here) Regular Emotional Check-Ins (found here)
Published: April 23, 2020
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The South Africa HIV ATTC has created this one-page exercise to serve as a guide to reflection, breathing, and relaxation. Taking care of oneself is essential. This is especially true in this moments of instability, when it is common to feel uncomfortable emotions such as stress, anxiety, anger and sadness. One way to practice self-care is by becoming still and practice intentional reflection and breathing. This product was designed as a provider self-care exercise to cope with COVID-19, but it has broad relevance for the general population.   Related Items:  Wellness Wheel Exercise (found here) Coping with Distress (found here) Healthy Coping Behaviours (found here) Regular Emotional Check-Ins (found here)
Published: April 17, 2020
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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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