The primary purpose of the New England ATTC Distance Learning Program (DLP) is to provide participants with convenient, easy to access online workshops that address the current needs and trends in public health and addiction treatment, prevention, and recovery. Through the process of technology transfer, the DLP is delivering research-based skills, techniques, models, and treatment approaches to those who find it difficult to finance, schedule, and/or to travel to live conferences throughout the United States as well as the World.
The Distance Education Program of the ATTC of New England was chartered to extend the reach of addictions education to the World Wide Web and beyond. The primary purpose of this program is to provide addiction specialists and other mental health professionals, as well as other interested persons throughout the world, with convenient, easy-to-access 'cyber' classrooms in which they can stay abreast of the latest advances in addiction treatment and prevention.
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