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This booklet identifies common workplace stressors for addiction professionals and offers evidence-based, practical strategies and resources to promote healthy lifestyles and productive professional lives. It is intended to assist agencies to create supportive work environments as well as provide guidance to employees on enhancing their own well-being. This guide is an updated version of "Self-Care: A Guide for Addiction Professionals."
Published: October 19, 2017
Presentation Slides
This presentation described a simple screening tool for pregnancy intention. One Key Question was originally developed by and is the intellectual property of the Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health. Presented by Sounivone Phanthavong.
Published: October 11, 2017
Presentation Slides
This presentation had four objective. (1) Detail the scope of the problem. (2) Describe why adolescence is a key period in the pathogenesis of addiction. (3) Explain the prevalence and clinical importance of co-occurring disorders. (4) Review evidence-based interventions & recommendations for improving treatment. Presented by Robert Miranda, Ph.D.
Published: October 11, 2017
Print Media
This presentation consisted of two inspirational speakers discussing the work of Rise Together, a school-based substance prevention program. Presented by Anthony Alvarado and Douglas Darby, two young adults in recovery.
Published: October 11, 2017
eNewsletter or Blog
The New England ATTC, the Northeast & Caribbean ATTC, and the National SBIRT ATTC at IRETA, have collaborated to create the six video vignettes below as a component of the ATTC Network’s HCV Current Initiative. The HCV Current Initiative provides materials to help health professionals address patients’ needs in the evolving field of HCV treatment. The New England and National SBIRT ATTCs developed, filmed, and edited the videos.
Published: October 1, 2017
Curriculum Package
Self-paced course designed to enhance professional knowledge of MAT and build skills for educating patients about MAT.
Published: October 1, 2017
Presentation Slides
This is a training for the Criminal Justice workforce based on the Treatment Planning M.A.T.R.S product.
Published: October 1, 2017
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
Curriculum Package
Caring for and Empowering Women with Substance Use Disorders is an e-learning series that features courses for clinicians and staff who work with and support women in treatment and recovery. In this course, Reproductive and Sexual Health, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about family planning and sexually transmitted infections among women who misuse substances. This course includes interactive activities and short video clips narrated by Dr. Hendree Jones.
Published: September 29, 2017
Multimedia
Addiction is a family disease. Yet mothers are often treated in isolation from their children and partners, having to choose between getting treatment and keeping their families together. One revolutionary program in Compton, California lets women bring them all -- fathers/partners and children of all ages -- to experience the recovery journey together. "Bring Them All" tells the story of family-centered care through the perspectives of clients and staff at SHIELDS for Families.
Published: September 20, 2017
Multimedia
This vignette, part of the "Bring Them All" documentary, describes how SHIELDS for Families empowers clients in their roles as parents.
Published: September 20, 2017
Multimedia
This vignette, part of the "Bring Them All" documentary, describes how SHIELDS for Families partnered with child welfare to reunite and strengthen families struggling with addiction.
Published: September 20, 2017
Multimedia
This vignette, part of the "Bring Them All" documentary, describes the comprehensive array of services available to children of all ages at SHIELDS for Families.
Published: September 20, 2017
Multimedia
This vignette, part of the "Bring Them All" documentary, describes how SHIELDS for Families involves fathers in treatment.
Published: September 20, 2017
Multimedia
This vignette, part of the "Bring Them All" documentary, describes how SHIELDS for Families built its family-centered program.
Published: September 20, 2017
Print Media
The Language Matters Awareness Card was developed in conjunction with the ATTC Network's initiative for reducing stigma and discrimination through the use of appropriate language when talking about substance use disorders or persons who have this disease. This 2-page info card is designed to be printed front and back.
Published: September 19, 2017
Curriculum Package, Presentation Slides, Print Media
The purpose of this introductory training is to provide HIV clinicians (including, but not limited to physicians, dentists, nurses, and other allied medical staff, therapists and social workers, and counselors, specialists, and case managers) with a detailed overview of cocaine, methamphetamine, and HIV.
Published: September 12, 2017
Presentation Slides, Print Media
The purpose of this introductory training is to provide HIV clinicians (including, but not limited to physicians, dentists, nurses, and other allied medical staff, therapists and social workers, and counselors, specialists, and case managers) with a detailed overview of HIV and psychotropic medications.
Published: September 12, 2017
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This National Workforce Report provides strategies for recruitment, retention, and development of the substance use disorder treatment and recovery services workforce. This report is based is based on a series of telephone interviews conducted in 2015 and 2016 with 44 Single State Agencies and the clinical directors and other staff representing nearly 70 substance use disorder (SUD) treatment agencies across the United States.
Published: September 1, 2017
Presentation Slides
This multidisciplinary six-module training series provides information about the use of medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorders.
Published: August 5, 2017
Multimedia, Presentation Slides
Georgiana Wilton, PhD, from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health delivered a didactic presentation focused on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD), which is a group of conditions that can occur in an individual whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. The presentation reviewed the data on alcohol use during pregnancy, screening for FASD, and tips to support families impacted by FASD.
Published: August 1, 2017
Multimedia, Presentation Slides
Karol Kaltenbach, PhD, delivered a didactic presentation focused on medication for the treatment of addiction (MAT) in pregnant women. The presentation discussed why the consideration of this medication was important for this population, and addressed some common myths with background information and scientific research on some of the commonly used medications.
Published: July 18, 2017
Presentation Slides
This skills building workshop introduced CBT for adolescent substance use. Presented by Sara Becker, PhD.
Published: July 12, 2017
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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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