IRETA adminsters a five-year SAMHSA grant to serve as a National Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Focus Center, an N-SBIRT ATTC. The N-SBIRT ATTC is part of the National ATTC Network. Our work on the National SBIRT ATTC builds on IRETA's decade of SBIRT training and implementation on a variety of local, regional and national projects.
As a National SBIRT ATTC:
- IRETA offers training, technical assistance, and a variety of services in the area of SBIRT
- IRETA uses the technology transfer model to move research findings into practice
- IRETA disseminates best practices and new research to stakeholders interested in SBIRT
- IRETA is part of a national network of experts in the area of substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery
Did you know?
There are three other national focus area ATTCs: Rural & Frontier, Hispanic & Latino, and American Indian & Alaska Native. Learn more about them