South Southwest PTTC

University of Oklahoma
480 24th Avenue Northwest
Norman, OK 73069
United States

South Southwest PTTC

The South Southwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center (South Southwest PTTC) serves the prevention workforce, emerging prevention professionals/pre-professionals, organizations, and community prevention stakeholders in Health and Human Service Region 6 (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas). The South Southwest PTTC provides high-impact training and technical assistance (T/TA) services, including in-person and virtual trainings; toolkits and guidance documents; networking and learning communities; coordination of regional advisory groups; and intensive coaching to build the professional and community capacities required to deliver effective and evidence-based prevention programs, practices and strategies.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Oct

07

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Master Training of Trainers

On October 7-8, 2019 the South-Southwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center (SSW PTTC) will be…

PRODUCTS

Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse: Understanding Who Is at Risk

The nonmedical use of prescription drugs (NMUPD) has become an increasing public health concern in the United States, with abuse rates rising…

Cultural Approaches to Prevention: Measuring Cultural Factors Associated with Substance Misuse and Mental Health in American Indian and Alaska Native Populations

Measuring Cultural Factors Associated with Substance Misuse and Mental Health in American Indian and Alaska Native Populations provides…

Strategies to Prevent Binge or Heavy Episodic Drinking Among Adolescents and Young Adults Using Prevention Research to Guide Prevention Practice

As part of a strategic planning process, practitioners need to select prevention strategies or interventions that address those risk and…