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Water into Sand: OUD Pharmacotherapy and Implementation science: Why Training on Evidence-Based Practices is Never Enough
03/18/2019 -

NIATx Director Todd Molfenter and NIATx coach and consult Mat Roosa share lessons from implementation science. 

Visit our Partner Projects: The Great Lakes ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC!
03/18/2019 -

The Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies (CHESS) and NIATx were awarded a SAMHSA grant to lead the Great Lakes Addiction Technology Transfer Center in fall 2017. In Fall 2018, we received awards to lead the new Great Lakes Mental Health Technology Transfer Center and the Great Lakes Prevention Technology Transfer Center.

CHESS Receives Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge Award
03/18/2019 -

Ohio has been among the states hardest hit by the opioid epidemic, with one of the highest opioid-related overdose death rate in the nation. The state is also leading the nation in seeking  and developing new ways to address the opioid crisis.  

With New SAMHSA Awards, Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies Launches Technology Transfer Centers for Mental Health and Prevention
12/19/2018 -

The Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies (CHESS) has received two additional five-year awards from SAMHSA. With the new funding, CHESS will host the Great Lakes Mental Health Technology Transfer Center and the Great Lakes Prevention Technology Transfer Center, in addition to the Great Lakes Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC).

NIATx 2018 in Review
12/19/2018 -

2018 has been an exciting year for NIATx and the Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies.

NIATx Improves Client Engagement in LA County Pilot Project
12/19/2018 -

Five Los Angeles County mental health treatment agencies participated in a NIATx project with goals to increase client engagement and retention in CalWorks, the state’s welfare-to-work program. 

Engaging recovery community increases continuation in treatment
02/12/2018 - Hope House, Inc.

Hope House, led by Executive Director Karen Saltzman, provides residential and intensive outpatient substance use and mental health disorder services in Augusta, Georgia for women and women with children.