The Northwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NWATTC) (formerly Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center, or NFATTC) serves Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Alaska. NWATTC provides high quality, credible informational materials, trainings and consultation on implementing evidence-based addiction treatment practices; current areas of emphasis include:
NWATTC also offers other workforce development programs and tools, such as:
For more on NWATTC services and products click on the links to the left. New SAMHSA and ATTC products and services are also highlighted below.
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Washington State Co-Occurring Disorders and Treatment Conference: "Expanding Our Foundation, Reaching Every Corner of the Community" OCT 6-7, 2014 Yakima Convention Center - Yakima, WA 13 CEHs Click on the logo above to go to the conference website to see the schedule, speakers and registration information.
The ATTC Messenger -- quick links to recent topics:
ATTC Online Courses
Click here to go to the ATTC Online Learning portal where you will find free and low cost courses of interest to addiction counselors and others who work in behavioral health.
NIDAMED website for primary care providers concerned about substance use among their patients--tools, information, webinars and more
Therapy Crisis Services: Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness and Funding Strategies
Family Therapy Can Help
A new brochure from SAMHSA explores the role of family therapy in recovery from mental illness or substance abuse. Explains how family therapy sessions are run and who conducts them, describes a typical session, and provides information on its effectiveness in recovery.
Vital Signs: National Report on the Addiction Treatment Workforce
Group Therapy Inservice Training (Based on TIP 41)
Performance Assessment Rubrics FOR THE ADDICTION COUNSELING COMPETENCIES
(Click to download)
This is a companion product to Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) 21. which identifies competencies essential to the effective practice of addiction counseling. The Performance Assessment Rubrics describes counselor proficiency along a continuum for each of the competencies.
NWATTC is part of Oregon Health & Science University's Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine Health Services Research Division. The ATTC Network is a nationwide, multidisciplinary resource for professionals in the addictions treatment and recovery services field. The Network was established in 1993 by the