About the ATTC Network

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This presentation from 2010 provides an overview and history of the Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network.

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  • What is the ATTC Network? National Network funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Word Cloud created by wordle.net From your experience, what words would you use to describe the ATTC Network?
  • What is the ATTC Network? National Network of experts committed to helping the field stay abreast of “what works” in order to enhance their skills and change their practice
  • How is the Network Organized? Top Down
  • How is the Network Organized? Top Down – another perspective
  • How is the Network organized? Focusing in on the Network
  • How is the Network organized? Characteristics of all RCs Focus primarily on front-line addictions counselors and clinical supervisors, but also serve multi-disciplinary groups Address multi-system issues Provide education and training Work to improve standards and policies in the field
  • How is the Network organized? Unique Aspects of Regional Centers Location Target Audience/Discipline Educational Focus Systems Focus Staff Expertise
  • National Office Program Support Initiate/implement ATTC Network tools Lead national projects Develop national products Act as liaison with CSAT Promote internal/external communication and collaboration Actively participate in Network Workgroups Market ATTC Network products and services Provide T.A. to Regional Centers Coordinate meeting logistics And so on, and so on, and so on
  • Who are the People in the Network? Does anyone know the lyrics to this song? Oh, who are the people in your neighborhood? In your neighborhood? In your neighborhood? Say, who are the people in your neighborhood? The people that you meet each day Oh, the postman always brings the mail Through rain or snow or sleet or hail I'll work and work the whole day through To get your letters safe to you 'Cause a postman is a person in your neighborhood In your neighborhood He's in your neighborhood A postman is a person in your neighborhood A person that you meet each day Oh, a fireman is brave it's said His engine is a shiny red If there's a fire anywhere about Well, I'll be sure to put it out 'Cause a fireman is a person in your neighborhood In your neighborhood He's in your neighborhood And a postman is a person in your neighborhood Well, they're the people that you meet When you're walking down the street They're the people that you meet each day …
  • About the ATTC Network

    1. 1. Who We Are2010 ATTC Network Orientation Laurie Krom, MS Director ATTC National Office
    2. 2. Let’s try our own!
    3. 3. ATTC Purpose• Raise awareness of evidence-based and promising treatment and recovery practices,• Build skills to prepare the workforce to deliver state-of- the-art addictions treatment and recovery services, and• Change practice by incorporating these new skills into everyday use for the purpose of improving addictions treatment and recovery outcomes.
    4. 4. Our History • 1993: 11 Regional Centers were first funded by CSAT to serve 22 states • 1998: 13 Regional Centers and a National Office • 2002 Network: 14 Regional Centers and a National Office serve all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and the Pacific Trust Territories • 2007: Refunded by CSAT through 2012 to serve all states and territories5
    5. 5. Relationship with U.S. Government President: Barack Obama United States Cabinet Department of Health & Human Services SAMHSA Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network6
    6. 6. PRESIDENT CABINET HHS SAMHSA/CSAT ATTC NETWORK7
    7. 7. ATTC Network 2007-20128
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    11. 11. ATTC Committees & Workgroups• Steering Committee• National Workgroups – Some Focused on Product Development – Some Focused on Coordination of National Activities• Temporary Meeting Planning Committees
    12. 12. Aaron WilliamsCentral East ATTC
    13. 13. Phil Orrick Director Gulf Coast ATTCDan SquiresP.I.ATTC of New England
    14. 14. Anne Helene Skinstad Director Prairielands ATTCCandace PetersPrairielands ATTC
    15. 15. Cathy Nugent Former ATTC Project Officer and Chief of the Workforce Development Branch, CSATSteve GumbleyDirectorATTC of New England
    16. 16. Donna DoolinDawn Tyus CSAT Project OfficerDirectorSoutheast ATTC
    17. 17. Mary Anne Bryan Holly Hagle Tom DurhamNorthwest Frontier ATTC Northeast ATTC Director Central East ATTC
    18. 18. Debbie RockfordMid-America ATTCDenna VanderslootNorthwest Frontier ATTC
    19. 19. Lonnetta AlbrightDirectorGreat Lakes ATTC Tiffany Kilpatrick Great Lakes ATTC Carmen Andujar Caribbean Basin ATTC
    20. 20. Nancy Roget Director Mountain West ATTC Tom Freese Co-Director (California) Pacific Southwest ATTCPaula HorvatichDirectorMid-Atlantic ATTC
    21. 21. Vicki Staples Beth Rutkowski Pacific Southwest Pacific Southwest ATTC (Arizona) ATTC (California)Dr. ClarkDirectorCSAT
    22. 22. Jan Wrolstad Pat StilenMid-America ATTC Director Mid-America ATTC
    23. 23. Steve Gallon Director Northwest Frontier ATTCMichael FlahertyP.I.Northeast ATTC
    24. 24. Ryan SpringerCentral East ATTC Tamara Parris Central East ATTC
    25. 25. Mountain West ATTCJoyce Hartje Michelle Berry Wendy Woods Jennifer Norland
    26. 26. Mike ShaferCo-Director (Arizona)Pacific Southwest ATTC Vicki Staples Pacific Southwest ATTC
    27. 27. Jim Knorp Joan Leary Pam WatersSouthern Coast ATTC Southern Coast ATTC Director Southern Coast ATTC
    28. 28. Dick Spence P.I.Mary Cook Gulf CoastGulf Coast ATTC Fafi RoblesATTC Former Director Caribbean Basin & Hispanic ATTC
    29. 29. Ryan Springer Central East ATTCJim AielloDirectorNortheast ATTC

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