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Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM)

This month the National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC is recognizing the Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM). This year TDVAM campaign focuses on providing teens with knowledge about teen dating violence and encouraging them to share what you know with your family or peers (#1Thing).

 

New Cultural Competence Intensive Technical Assistance Options from the Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC

The Great Lakes region includes urban and rural areas with increasingly diverse populations. Our region (HHS Region 5, covering IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, and WI) is home to a large Hispanic and Latino population: according to the U.S. Census, between 2000 and 2010, the Hispanic population grew by 49% in the Midwest. Minnesota and Wisconsin are home to the nation's second and third-largest Hmong populations. Minnesota and Ohio are also home to large Somali communities. And more than 30 federally-recognized American Indian Tribes reside in HHS Region 5. 

SMI Advisor Quarterly Update - January 2020

Read SMI Advisor's quarterly partner update! Learn about their current learning opportunities and resources and learn about and download the new SMI Advisor Mobile app. See their new services, toolkits and notices of relevant upcoming conferences.  

Read the newsletter here. 

Now Recruiting Participants for Community Health Campaigns TA Project!

Developing and Implementing Community Health Promotion Campaigns - Technical Assistance Opportunity

 

The National American Indian and Alaska Native PTTC is pleased to announce a collaborative technical assistance project focused on helping communities create their own health promotion interventions for their communities. Three pilot sites will be chosen from the applicants to participate in the project.

 

What we are offering:

New England Leadership Development Program

New England Leadership Development Program

Begins April 22, 2020
 

APPLY NOW

APPLICATION DEADLINE IS APRIL 1st, 2020

 
 

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Are you attending NCFADS Winter School? (Promo Codes Available)

Are you attending NCFADS Winter School? The Winter School by the North Carolina Foundation for Alcohol and Drug Studies (NCFADS) is the premier School for addiction professionals in the Southeast.

The conference will cover techniques and concepts you need to know to better connect with communities. Winter School runs from February 16–19 at the Embassy Suites in Greensboro, NC. Last year’s Winter School nearly sold out, so register today!

2020 National Latino Behavioral Health Conference: Shaping the Vision for Latino Behavioral Health Equity

We are proud to announce our Call for Proposals for our 2020 National Latino Behavioral Health Conference: Shaping the Vision of Latino Behavioral Health Equity.

The purpose of the 2020 National Latino Behavioral Health Conference is to highlight the latest and most relevant data around Prevention, Treatment, Recovery, Policy, and Research focusing on the Hispanic and Latino communities.

Our overarching goal is to highlight the contributions Hispanic and Latino professionals are making to the future of behavioral health for all of our communities.

Now Recruiting Participants for Project Enhancement & Implementation Training in San Diego!

The National American Indian and Alaska Native MHTTC is currently recruiting participants for our upcoming training and new learning community: Project Enhancement and Implementation

 

The training will occur on April 14-15, 2020 at the US Grant Hotel in San Diego, CA.

 

This is a free training opportunity intended for committed individuals looking to gain skills in:

PFS Academy 2020: Making the Steps of the Strategic Prevention Framework Work for You

SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) provides practitioners with comprehensive guidance to more effectively address substance misuse and related behavioral health problems in their communities. This seven-part webinar series will explore this five-step, data-driven process to identify genuine prevention needs, build capacity and plans to address those needs, implement effective programs and interventions, and evaluate and continually improve prevention efforts.