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This is the spanish version of this product. In September, 2006 and March, 2007, 30 leaders in the addiction field gathered in Greenville, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia (respectively) to discuss this critical topic.  
Published: February 1, 2011
Curriculum Package
Promoting Awareness of Motivational Incentives (PAMI) is based on the positive research outcomes and lessons learned from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Clinical Trials Network (CTN) study, titled Motivational Incentives for Enhanced Drug Abuse Recovery (MIEDAR) along with feedback from the Fishbowl Method. This product (revised 2011) is the most comprehensive awareness resource available for Motivational Incentives to date. It includes a detailed PowerPoint presentation highlighting Dr. Nancy Petry's Fishbowl Method, and a testimonial-based video which speaks to any audience about Motivational Incentives. Supporting this multi-media product is a wide variety of research-based resources which serve as a tool kit to help generate both funding and practice ideas. See for yourself how the Fishbowl Method can both energize staff and retain patients.         Watch Video Below: Using Motivational Incentives        
Published: January 19, 2011
Print Media
This book comprises 20 essays in which family members described, in their own words, the most challenging part about having a family member with a substance use disorder, what it means to have a loved one find long-term recovery and explain why they are committed to recovery.
Published: January 13, 2011
Print Media
The Change Book offers a comprehensive blueprint for change, which will help direct each aspect of the design, development, implementation, evaluation and revision of a technology transfer plan. Factors influencing the success of a technology transfer initiative, effective change strategies, and Principles for successful adoption to occur are addressed.   View PDF or Download Above.                
Published: June 1, 2010
eNewsletter or Blog
The ATTC Messenger is a monthly e-publication that communicates tips and information on best practices along with features including Addiction Science Made Easy articles, information about national professional development events and funding opportunities, links to state-of-the-art online resources and other electronic publications relevant to the field.
Published: April 1, 2010
eNewsletter or Blog, Website
Each quarter in the “Meet the Researcher” series, the Research Society on Alcoholism (RSA) and the ATTC Network have partnered to introduce you to some of the scientists working hard to make an impact in the lives of individuals battling the disease of addiction. The first profile was that of Clive Harper, M.D., FRCPA, winner of the 2009 RSA Begleiter Research Award.
Published: January 1, 2010
Print Media
The National Office has been working with the Northeast ATTC to take their publication "Know the Facts in New York" and turn it into a Network Product. This booklet will present facts relating to the benefits of treatment to society.
Published: November 3, 2009
Print Media
In recognition of the 2009 Recovery Month, the National Office, in partnership with the Association of Recovery Schools (ARS), held an essay contest to celebrate student recovery and highlight the work of recovery schools. This booklet highlights the first, second and third place recovery high school and college award-winning essays, as well as nine additional receiving honorable mentions.
Published: November 3, 2009
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A bibliography of books, manuals, newsletters and other resource guides, journals, and online courses available on the topic of Clinical Supervision.
Published: September 28, 2009
Print Media
To encourage those who may be thinking about a profession in the addictions treatment and recovery services field and spotlight the vital role a qualified team of professionals plays in the recovery of millions of individuals, the ATTC National Office created the "In My Own Words ..." Essay Contest and this compilation of submissions and Leadership Profiles.
Published: November 15, 2008
Website
In response to the growing need for information to address the needs of returning veterans, the National Office added a comprehensive section to the Featured Topics Library on the Network Web site, Meeting the Needs of Returning Veterans. This Web resource provides a wealth of information and resources not only for those treating returning veterans, but also policy-makers, veterans and their families.
Published: August 11, 2008
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The Addiction Severity Index (ASI) is one of the most universally used instruments for the assessment of substance abuse and related problems. This Blending Team has designed products that include a 6-hour training which addresses how to transform required "paperwork" into clinically useful information. These products also address the key tenets of treatment objectives and interventions (Measurable, Attainable, Time-Limited, Realistic, and Specific), referred to as Treatment Planning "M.A.T.R.S." What is the ASI? The ASI is one of the most reliable and valid measurements of the nature and severity of client problems, and it identifies potential problems in six domain areas: medical status, employment and support, alcohol and drug use, legal status, family/social status, and psychiatric status. This NIDA/SAMHSA-ATTC Blending Initiative is based on the work of a team comprised of staff from the Mid-America, Mountain West and Gulf Coast ATTCs and Treatment Research Institute.
Published: June 1, 2007
Print Media
The BIRP Progress Notes Checklist can be used by counselors in developing individualized treatment plans. B=Behavior: client statements & counselor observations I=Intervention: methods used to address goals & objectives R=Response: the client's response to intervention P=Plan: what is next?
Published: June 1, 2007
Print Media
The M.A.T.R.S. Checklist is designed to assist counselors in developing individualized treatment plans, utilizing the M.A.T.R.S. principles of Measurable, Attainable, Timelimited, Realistic, and Specific.
Published: June 1, 2007
Print Media
The DAP Progress Notes Checklist assists counselors in developing individualized treatment plans, utilizing a D=Data, A=Assessment, P=Plan format.
Published: June 1, 2007
Print Media
The SOAP Progress Notes Checklist assists counselors in developing individualized treatment plans, utilizing an S=Subjective, O=Objective, A=Assessment, P=Plan format.
Published: June 1, 2007
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Designed for delivery by clinical supervisors with staff; can give insight into the strengths/challenges regarding approaches to treatment of co-occurring disorders and help identify areas where more in-depth training is needed or where programs need enhancement. Eighteen 45-minute modules were developed for use in a learning environment that includes a mix of treatment professionals with various degrees of experience. 
Published: March 1, 2007
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Seven week course designed to enhance knowledge and abilities in addiction training.
Published: February 1, 2007
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One-day training workshop focused on building the awareness of Family Members and Child Protective Services (CPS) volunteers about their role in facilitating change for CPS families impacted by substance use and behavioral health disorders. This curriculum includes a training manual, participant guide and a PowerPoint presentation. To order a hard copy of this product, contact Matthew Roy phone 602-942-2247, ext 144 Fax 602-942-0779 Email [email protected] Cost: $35  
Published: September 1, 2006
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This curriculum teaches criminal justice and substance abuse professionals to work together more effectively. It is a 12-hour or 2-day experiential training. Training topics include: • Understand the mission and values of the criminal justice and substance abuse treatment systems • Collaboration and team-building across systems • What works in criminal justice and addiction treatment • Benefits of corrections-based treatment • Characteristics of the substance-abusing offender
Published: January 1, 2005
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Opioid abuse and addiction (e.g., heroin, OxyContin) remains a critical national public health concern. In 2002, tablet formulations of the medication Buprenorphine were approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of opioid addiction. In order to prepare the field to effectively integrated this new treatment, the Buprenorphine Treatment Blending Team developed an awareness training to disseminate information and enhance awareness among multidisciplinary (non-physician) addiction professionals about Buprenorphine treatment. This training is designed to provide a broad overview of the medication, its effects, and the role of non-physician practitioners in providing and supporting the treatment of individuals receiving this medication.      
Published: January 1, 2003
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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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