Northwest MHTTC

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Northwest MHTTC's COVID-19 Resource Compilation

Resources for the behavioral health workforce
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Behavioral Health Crisis Response Systems

Next webinar April 15 at 10:30am PDT
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Supporting the Youth Peer Workforce

Practice Brief
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Join a Peer Support Community of Practice!

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Check Out These Upcoming Events!

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Trauma Informed Peer Support & Post-Traumatic Growth

April 2 at 12:00pm PDT
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Peer Delivered Services: A Broad Exploration

Free webinar on May 13 at 1:00pm PDT
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Telehealth Learning and Consultation Tuesdays

8:00 am PDT, March 31-April 28
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COVID-19 ACT Virtual Meetings & Discussion Forum

Mondays at 12pm PDT starting March 30
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Stress Management for Providers Serving Latino Clients

April 3 at 10 am PDT
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University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
325 9th Avenue
Box 359911
Seattle, WA 98104
United States

Northwest MHTTC

We provide training and technical assistance (TA) in evidence-based practices (EBPs) in SAMHSA’s Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington).  

Our target workforce includes behavioral health and primary care providers, school and social service staff, and others whose work has the potential to improve behavioral health outcomes for individuals with or at risk of developing serious mental illnesses.


  • Ensure availability and delivery of free, publicly available training and TA

  • Heighten awareness, knowledge, and skills of the workforce

  • Accelerate adoption and implementation of mental health-related EBPs

  • Foster alliances and address training needs among diverse partners


  • Advance workforce training and service delivery

  • Help people and organizations incorporate effective practices

  • Improve the quality and effectiveness of prevention, treatment and recovery services


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Practicing Self-Care if You're Feeling Anxious, Scared of the Coronavirus

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New Practice Brief: Supporting the Youth Peer Workforce




LEARN® Saves Lives Suicide Prevention Training for Parents/Caregivers, followed by Q&A Session with…

The School Mental Health supplement is partnering with Forefront Suicide Prevention & the University



Part 1: Cultivating a Community of Compassion During Times of Stress

The Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center and the Northwest PBIS Network are



Virtual Meeting: Helping Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Teams Deal with the Impact of COVID-19

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a multidisciplinary, team-based model that provides intensive


Behavioral Health Crisis Response Systems Live Webinar Series: Creating and Sustaining High Quality Crisis Services: Lessons from Arizona

Arizona has spent the past several decades developing a crisis system that is widely regarded as one of the most advanced in the nation. In this

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