The Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Southeast ATTC), located at Morehouse
School of Medicine's National Center for Primary Care, develops alliances to support
and implement best treatment practices and provides technology transfer activities
to increase the awareness, knowledge and skills of practitioners and pre-service professionals.
Southeast ATTC is devoted to cultivating effective evidence-based research and practices that improve treatment access and outcomes. Our activities:
- foster cultural appropriateness;
- cultivate system change;
- disseminate addiction information;
- identify resources;
- promote science-to-service treatment approaches that support workforce development and practice improvement.
To engage the treatment and recovery community, Southeast ATTC:
- sponsors and co-sponsors training events;
- plans with public and private organizations in partnerships and collaborations;
- addresses the special needs of specific populations to support cultural appropriateness;
- provides technical assistance to the addiction treatment community.
Southeast ATTC also provides continuing education in addiction treatment to pre-service and practicing professionals. Addiction educators, the recovery population, clinicians in the areas of primary care, mental health and HIV/AIDS, community and faith-based organizations also receive current information on addiction.
Dawn Tyus, M.Ed, LPC, NCC
Administrative Assistant III
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Morehouse School of Medicine's National Center for Primary Care
720 Westview Dr. Ste. 300
Atlanta, GA 30310
Office: (404) 756-5740