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eNewsletter or Blog
Monthly electronic newsletter
Published: September 5, 2018
Presentation Slides
Presenter Harold Gates offers best practices for sustaining professional and organizational commitments to cultural competence and effective application of CLAS.
Published: August 8, 2018
Multimedia
The National CLAS Standards are intended to advance health equity, improve quality, and help eliminate health care disparities by establishing a blueprint for individuals as well as health and health care organizations to implement culturally and linguistically appropriate services. OBJECTIVES: Provide an introductory overview of the Cultural and Linguistic Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards and their application in behavioral healthcare environments. PRESENTERS:  Jacqueline Coleman  MEd, MSM, BA, CPC  Certified Professional Coach
Published: August 1, 2018
Curriculum Package
This Training Toolkit, originally developed by the US Department of Health and Human Services' Indian Health Service, prepares first responders and provides critical information in responding to overdose. TRANSLATED - RUSSIAN
Published: August 1, 2018
Multimedia
Webinar presentation on implementing National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services.
Published: July 11, 2018
Curriculum Package, Presentation Slides
Working with persons from diverse backgrounds in any discipline requires that professionals engage in a culturally responsive manner that can enhance the clinical processes used to provide individualized treatment and health care. This interactive two-part webinar (90 minutes each) will present on the importance of acknowledging our own values & beliefs.
Published: July 6, 2018
Multimedia
In this webinar, Dr. Dennis Donovan, PhD, of the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, University of Washington, describes the Healing of the Canoe (HOC) project, a collaborative between the Suquamish Tribe, the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe (PGST), and the University of Washington Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute (ADAI) to plan, implement, and evaluate culturally grounded interventions to reduce health disparities and promote health with both Native American tribes. Download slides | Learn more about Healing of the Canoe | Watch recording Webinar category: Specific populations
Published: July 5, 2018
Multimedia
In this webinar, presenter Harold Gates of the Midwest Center for Cultural Competence will focus on defining the term cultural competence (CC). He also introduces the CC continuum of care and the CLAS standards.
Published: June 13, 2018
eNewsletter or Blog
Monthly electronic newsletter highlighting Great Lakes ATTC training events and other topics.
Published: June 1, 2018
eNewsletter or Blog
Monthly electronic newsletter featuring Great Lakes ATTC training events and other topics.
Published: May 1, 2018
Curriculum Package, Presentation Slides
Hispanic adolescents in the US tend to grow up with intersecting Latino and American cultures. Addressing maladaptive behavior with Latino youth encourages a culturally informed approach that integrates an ecological understanding of their world and the factors that influences their behavior. Some of these can include substance use disorders, mental health concerns, family dysfunction, adolescent development stages.
Published: April 15, 2018
Online Course
This 1-hour self-paced introductory course will help you gain an understanding of race and ethnicity as well as the role of culture and cultural competency in addictions interventions, treatment, and recovery support. This course is part 1 of a Cultural Diversity Suite. You will learn to: 1. Differentiate race, ethnicity, culture, and cultural competence. 2. Describe the role these play in addictions intervention, treatment, and recovery. 3. Explore three techniques and strategies for improving individual level engagement outcomes. 4. Identify resources that will assist individuals and organizations to improve relationships with outcomes for a diverse client population. 1.0 Hour Continuing Education Available, NAADAC
Published: April 11, 2018
eNewsletter or Blog
Featuring MATCHHS, Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center, Alcohol Awareness, Central East on the Move, new resources, Region 3 news, Monthly Health Check, and affirmations.
Published: April 4, 2018
Presentation Slides
This presentation discusses task shifting as a means of addressing severe mental illness. The presentation details two task shifting models supported by the South Africa HIV ATTC: (1) treatment partner (TP), psychoeducation, and m-health intervention; and (2) community health worker (CHW) mental health training intervention.
Published: March 23, 2018
eNewsletter or Blog
Featuring Connections CPS and the opioid epidemic, HIV disparities in the African American community, Central East on the Move, new resources, Region 3 news, Monthly Health Check, and affirmations.
Published: February 6, 2018
Print Media
This is a one-page flyer detailing the objectives, mission and contact information of the South Africa HIV ATTC.
Published: January 17, 2018
Curriculum Package
This curriculum describes a family-centered approach to treatment, care, and supervision of pregnant and postpartum women (PPW) with a substance use disorder and their families. It contains six modules designed for delivery in 45-minute in-service sessions by a clinical supervisor or similar professional. The primary audience is addiction treatment providers and the secondary audience is their community partners. The curriculum contains trainer and participant manuals and slides.
Published: September 29, 2017
Print Media
This interview monograph, developed by the ATTC CoE-PPW, features the unique perspectives of leaders in the pregnant/postpartum women's treatment and recovery field. Through policy, research, and practice lenses, these leaders share how the field has broadened its scope to begin serving the whole family. Interviewees discuss the historical evolution toward family-centered care and next steps for improving care for families.
Published: September 29, 2017
Print Media
Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Symposium: Reclaiming Our Roots: Rising from the Ashes of Historical Trauma This document is a compilation of the presentations given by invited experts at the National American Indian & Alaska Native ATTC 2015 Second Annual Symposium: Reclaiming our Roots: Rising from the Ashes of Historical Trauma.
Published: June 14, 2017
Presentation Slides
This is a training on Cultural Competency to Reduce Health Disparities: Techniques and Strategies in Clinical Settings
Published: June 1, 2017
Presentation Slides
The intent of this training is to provide a description and understanding of Hispanics and Latinos who may use substances, not malign the Hispanic and Latino community or promote the stereotyping and profiling of Hispanics and Latinos.
Published: April 27, 2015
Presentation Slides
The intent of this training is to provide a description and understanding of Hispanics and Latinos who may use substances, not malign the Hispanic and Latino community or promote the stereotyping and profiling of Hispanics and Latinos.
Published: April 27, 2015
Presentation Slides
The intent of this training is to provide a description and understanding of Hispanics and Latinos who may use substances, not malign the Hispanic and Latino community or promote the stereotyping and profiling of Hispanics and Latinos.
Published: April 27, 2015
Presentation Slides
The intent of this training is to provide a description and understanding of Hispanics and Latinos who may use substances, not malign the Hispanic and Latino community or promote the stereotyping and profiling of Hispanics and Latinos.
Published: April 27, 2015
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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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