This course features separate modules for each of the three common personnel roles in healthcare organizations: decision-makers, clinical supervisors, and direct care staff. All three modules include an introduction to contingency management (CM) describing its core elements, scientifically-supported systems, and how it can be used in healthcare settings to have a positive impact on clients. Each module also offers unique content on how each role can successfully integrate CM into their program. Organizations can use this training as a bridge to more intensive technical assistance.
This course was developed by the Northwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center.
This 1.5 hour self-paced course is designed to briefly familiarize federally qualified health center (FQHC) medical and behavioral health staff with Hepatitis C, specifically: 1) populations at risk; 2) Hepatitis C, the disease; 3) screening processes; and 4) treatment options.
This course was developed by Mid-America ATTC, part of The Collaborative to Advance Health Services. Revised 08/2019.
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The SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS), in collaborated with the Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network and the Morehouse School of Medicine National Center for Primary Care, has developed this 1.5-hour self-paced online course for addiction treatment professionals considering career opportunities in primary care. This course provides these professionals with resources and information to help them decide whether working in a primary care setting is right for them.
Developed through a collaboration between the SAMHSA/HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions, the Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network, and the Morehouse School of Medicine Center for Primary Care.
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.
- Differentiate race, ethnicity, culture, and cultural competence.
- Describe the role these play in addictions intervention, treatment, and recovery.
- Explore three techniques and strategies for improving individual level engagement outcomes.
- Identify resources that will assist individuals and organizations to improve relationships with outcomes for a diverse client population.
Developed by Haner Hernandez, P.hD, and Edna Talboy, P.hD. in conjunction with the New England ATTC.
This 5-hour self-paced course is based on industry awareness that Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a frequent issue for clients. Addiction counselors and peer-recovery specialists understand that Intimate Partner Violence impairs the opportunity for recovery (Illinois Department of Human Services, 2005; SAMHSA, 1997). However, they are often less familiar with a systematic and easily integrated method for dealing with such issues. The ARIV model, and this course, were created to fill that need.
Developed by the Great Lakes ATTC Regional Center.
Get the facts on problem gambling disorder. This 4-hour course provides an overview of the most important issues behavioral healthcare professionals need to consider when treating clients with or at risk of developing a problem gambling disorder. The course consists of three recorded webinars, each slightly longer than 1 hour in length, with a brief quiz following each webinar.
This course was developed by the Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network (ATTC).