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2019 Workforce Needs Assessment Report

Region 10 Northwest PTTC
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Social Development Research Group University of Washington
9725 3rd Ave NE Suite 401
Seattle, WA 98115
United States

Northwest PTTC

The Social Development Research Group (SDRG) at University of Washington (UW) will lead SAMHSA's Region 10 Northwest (NW) Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) in partnership with Washington State University (WSU), and the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT) at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). NW PTTC partnering institutes share a vision to expand the impact of community activated prevention by equipping the prevention workforce with the power of prevention science. Every year, communities in Region 10 lose millions of dollars and thousands of bright futures to alcohol, cannabis, opioid misuse, violence and crime. The NW PTTC will serve as a primary training and technical assistance (TTA) resource to Region 10 by leveraging the knowledge of prevention science with the application of community capacity-building, workforce development, and expertise in knowledge transfer mechanisms.

NEWS

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Important Webinar Announcement: FY 2020 DFC Support Program's Notice of Funding…

SDRG Celebrating 40 Years!

Celebrating 40 Years of the Social Development Research Group!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Apr

07

EPLS: Getting Ready for Sustainability Planning

Enhanced Prevention Learning Series Getting Ready for Sustainability Planning Overview This 7-week

Apr

29

Webinar: Exploring HOPE - Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences

Exploring HOPE - Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences Description The Science of the Positive

Sep

22

Ethical Considerations in Substance Misuse Prevention

Ethical Considerations in Substance Misuse Prevention A training for American Indian and Alaska

PRODUCTS

Webinar - The Positive Exists: Framing Communications Using Hope and Concern

WEBINAR - The Positive Exists: Framing Communications Using Hope and Concern Presented by: THE PACIFIC SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST PREVENTION

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