The University at Buffalo School of Social Work served as an academic satellite office for the Regional NSATTC Office located at the University at Albany.
ATTC consists of 13 regional offices and a National ATTC office providing an integrated network for sharing information with addiction treatment professionals and consumers. Technology transfer or the transfer of knowledge is made possible through the dissemination of research findings and best practice examples. NSATTC’s goal is to improve practice, modify organizational behavior and influence policy.
This series facilitated a translation of research results into a summary that incorporates suggestions and strategies offered by practitioner focus groups held at UB.
A CD-ROM that provides a basic introduction to Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) assessment and feedback.
Booths to promote and disseminate research findings and best practices were set up at the:
The project was made possible by the Northeastern States Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NSATTC), partnered with the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, 685 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, N.Y., 14260, with consultation from the Research Institute on Addictions, Buffalo, N.Y. Additional copies can be requested from the NSATTC satellite office at UB. In part, the mission of the NSATTC is to increase the knowledge and skills of addiction treatment practitioners from multiple disciplines by facilitating access to state-of-the-art research, education and model practices.
University at Albany
Gail Viamonte, EdD, Project Manager
University at Buffalo
Nancy J. Smyth, PhD, Director
Charles Syms, CSW, ACSW, Acting Director
Nancy Mandell, PhD, Associate Director succeeded by Brenda J. Wright, EdM, MA Associate Director
Contact Brenda Wright at 716-829-5865 for information.