National Hispanic & Latino PTTC


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2020 National Latino Behavioral Health Conference

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Prevention Collaboration in Action: Engaging the Right Partners

State- and Community-level Partners to Engage in Opioid Overdose Prevention Efforts
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National Latino Behavioral Health Association
6555 Robin
Cochiti Lake, NM 87083
United States

National Hispanic & Latino PTTC

The NLBHA NH&L PTTC will focus on 1)developing and disseminating tools and strategies needed to improve the quality of substance abuse prevention efforts ; 2) providing intensive technical assistance and learning resources to prevention professionals in order to improve their understanding of prevention science, how to use epidemiological data to guide prevention planning, and selection and implementation of evidence-based and promising prevention practices; and 3) developing tools and resources to engage the next generation of prevention professionals. The intent of these efforts is to increase capacity, skills, and expertise to ensure and/or enhance delivery of effective substance abuse prevention interventions, trainings, and other prevention activities.

For More Information, Contact:

Pierluigi Mancini, PhD, MAC
National Hispanic and Latino PTTC 



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

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Translations Now Available for Select Webinars




EBP 101: Toward a Better Understanding of Evidence-Based Treatments, Evidence-Based Practice, and…

This webinar will address what constitutes an “evidence-based treatment (EBT)” and an “evidence



Mobilizing the Hispano/Latino Faith Community in Substance Abuse Prevention

This presentation will provide a clear understanding of the disproportionate impact substance abuse