The high dropout rate (75%) in opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment among women and racial/ethnic minorities in the United States necessitates a better knowledge of the factors that contribute to treatment success. While therapy and medication for OUD are considered the top standard of care in substance use disorder (SUD) treatment, many people with OUD receive just counseling or methadone-only therapies.
The National Hispanic and Latino Addiction Technology Transfer Center, a SAMHSA funded center located at the National Latino Behavioral Health Association, cordially invites you to its first webinar.
Linda M. Callejas, Ph.D.
This two-day symposium will provide participants with knowledge and skills to engage with and treat Hispanic and Latino clients whose presenting problems are at the intersection of substance use, mental health, and immigration, from initial assessment to recovery support.
This training will increase the competencies of addiction professionals working with Hispanic or Latino communities to integrate culture into practice and affect successful outc
This manual is designed to teach cultural competence concepts, values, and strategies for engagement and treatment with Hispanics and Latinos with substance use disorders (SUD).