Northeast & Caribbean PTTC

Rutgers University Center for Prevention Science
390 George Street
5th Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
United States

Northeast & Caribbean PTTC

The Northeast & Caribbean Prevention Technology Transfer Center (Northeast & Caribbean PTTC) is managed by the Rutgers Center for Prevention Science and serves New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Its purpose is to strengthen the substance use prevention workforce through technology transfer activities, including the delivery of multifaceted training and technical assistance to improve knowledge and skills in prevention science and evidence-based prevention practices. The Northeast & Caribbean PTTC model includes federal, state, and local planning and capacity building; state-of-the-art training and technical assistance services; and prevention technology resources.


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HHS Releases Strategy to Combat Opioid Abuse, Misuse, and Overdose

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ATTC Partners with AAAP to Address Opioid Use Disorders!




The Power of Data in Prevention

Data Informed Decision Making, or DIDM, is a critical part of strategic prevention planning. Though



Professional Development: Determining a Direction for Your Professional Development Plan

As prevention professionals, participating in continuing education, mentoring and other professional


Communications and Storytelling Resource List from the Northeast & Caribbean PTTC

Strategic communication has the power to catalyze key audiences by informing their thoughts, conversations, and actions surrounding prevention

Harnessing the Power of Communication to Promote Your Prevention Message - Part 1

Webinar Description This event detailed successful processes for prevention professionals to communicate our prevention messages to the intended

Planning SMART - Strengthening Goals & Objectives to Improve Your Prevention Planning Process

Webinar Description During this webinar, participants explored the steps in data-driven public health planning processes to guide prevention