Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network (MHTTC)
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Consists of a network of 10 regional resource centers, a central coordinating office, a National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC, and a National American Indian and Alaska Native MHTTC that provide support to individuals and organizations working in the mental health field. Aims to raise the knowledge and skill base of the mental health workforce and promote the implementation of new and evidence-based practices for a full range of mental health prevention, treatment, and recovery services. Offers a variety of education, training, and resources on a variety of topics related to mental health, including rural mental health; early childhood, youth, and young adults; suicide prevention; culturally informed practices; population-based approaches; and more.
What This Program Offers
MHTTC services include:
- Technical assistance to organizations and states
- Free online courses and low-cost continuing education for mental health workforce
- Access to a searchable products and resources catalog covering a variety of topics including rural settings, co-occurring mental and substance use disorder (SUD), suicide prevention, and more
- COVID-19 resources on telehealth, mental health disparities, provider self-care, abuse and violence, and other issues
- Access to MHTTC national school mental health curriculum, the School Health Assessment and Performance Evaluation (SHAPE) system, and school mental health learning collaborative
- Resources addressing cultural responsiveness, racial equity, and diversity for mental health workforce
- Webinars, toolkits, and other resources on a range of mental health prevention, treatment, and recovery issues
Who Can Receive Services from This Program
Organizations, health systems, practitioners, and students working in the areas of mental health prevention, treatment, and recovery are eligible for assistance.
Contact your regional MHTTC center for more information about MHTTC services, products, and resources.
Topics This Program Addresses
Adverse Childhood Experiences • American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians • COVID-19 • Healthcare Workforce • Mental Health • Substance Use Disorder • Suicide and Suicide Prevention • Teleservices and Technology • Violence, Trauma, and Abuse • Youth