Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute


September 25, 2023

Fentanyl in King County: How We Can Address the Crisis in Our Community (Oct 16, 6:30pm, SPL Downtown)

Fentanyl in King County, October 16, 2023

Join the Seattle Times on October 16th (6:30-8pm PT) for an informative and engaging panel discussion on the pressing issue of fentanyl and opioids. This in-person event will take place at the Seattle Central Library, where experts will shed light on the impact of these substances on our community. Gain insights from local speakers and participate in an open dialogue…

August 29, 2023

Virtual Conference: Exploring the Intersectionality of SUDs, Mental Health, and Social Justice, September 28-29

re-imagining behavioral health: race, equity & social justice

This free 2-half-day virtual conference, sponsored by the Behavioral Health Institute at Harborview and funded by the WA HCA, is designed to empower individuals and teams who want to advance health equity and support diversity and inclusion in behavioral health care. The conference is an opportunity to connect with others and join in a meaningful…

August 23, 2023

ATTC + CTN Webinar: Not Too Much, Not Too Often, and Not Too Many: The Results of the First Large-Scale International Project to Develop Lower-Risk Gambling Guidelines (Sept 6, 11am)

Not Too Much, Not Too Often, and Not Too Many: The Results of the First Large-Scale International Project to Develop Lower-Risk Gambling Guidelines. September 6, 2023, 11am-12:30pm 1.5 CME and CE available

The Northwest ATTC at ADAI, Pacific Southwest ATTC, and the Western States Node of the NIDA Clinical Trials Network come together several times a year to present an informative and timely webinar relevant to our various audiences, including researchers, policymakers, and members of the addiction workforce. Both CME and CE credits are available for webinars…

August 18, 2023

ADAI Presenting at 2023’s virtual Overdose Prevention, Harm Reduction, & Treatment Series (WA Poison Center), August 29-31

Overdose prevention, harm reduction, and treatment series, August 29-31, 2023

This year marks the 4th year the Washington Poison Center has held a multi-day virtual event focused on Overdose Prevention, Harm Reduction, & Treatment. Through presentations from their own staff and other experts, including ADAI’s Alison Newman and Teresa Winstead, the series explores unintentional and intentional factors that can lead to overdose, how to respond…

August 14, 2023

ADAI Lunch & Learn: Implementation Strategies for an Incentive-Based Treatment for SUD Among AI/AN People (Sept 19)

ADAI Lunch & Learn Series

Join us on Tuesday, September 19 (12-1pm PT) for our next Lunch & Learn webinar, presented by Kait Hirchak, PhD, MHPA (Eastern Shoshone), Assistant Professor, Department of Community & Behavioral Health, Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, Washington State University. The presentation will describe community and university partnerships to culturally adapt and implement contingency management among…

August 13, 2023

Introduction to Substance Use Disorder: Assessment and Treatment (Sept 19 & 26, 5-7pm) – CME available!

Upcoming CEDEER Event Introduction to Substance Use Disorder: Assessment and Treatment

This two-part series will be geared to providers who are new or would like an update on helping people with the spectrum of both alcohol and opioid use problems.  The training will count for four of the eight hours of SUD training now mandated for all providers by the DEA. Focusing on practical and evidence-based approaches…

June 14, 2023

New Report & Webinar: Unmet Needs, Complex Motivations, and Ideal Care for People Using Fentanyl in WA State

New ADAI Report

In Fall 2022, the CEDEER Team conducted interviews with 30 WA State syringe services participants who use fentanyl. The purpose of these interviews was to better understand people’s motivations for using fentanyl and what ideal care would look like for them.  What did we learn? Want to learn more?

May 23, 2023

Transforming Our Communities Annual Gathering (June 27-28): Registration is OPEN!

Transforming Our Comunities June 27-28, 2023. Virtual presentations, in-person gatherings

Registration is now open for this year’s Transforming Our Communities gathering, to be held virtually and in-person on June 27-28, 2023! This annual 2-day event aims to bring diverse participants together to understand the perspectives of people who use drugs, understand the importance of equitable access to care and services, build partnerships and connect people…

April 24, 2023

Lunch & Learn: Building Inclusive Data Visualizations [From Data Collection to Presentation of Results] (May 16, 12pm PT)

ADAI Lunch & Learn Series

Join ADAI for our next Lunch & Learn session, may 16, 2023 (12-1pm PT) this time featuring UW Data Visualization Librarian Negeen Aghassibake on inclusive data visualization for any type of research or information. This session will bring forward questions about visualizing data with inclusion as a primary value and push against established best practices. This session…

April 6, 2023

Webinar: Harm Reduction: Past, Present & Future (April 12, 12pm PT)

Photo of presenter Paul LaKosky with repeat of title, date, and time of webinar

This event has passed. Find the recording below. Join the Northwest ATTC on April 12, 2023 (12-1pm PT) for our next webinar: Harm Reduction: Past, Present & Future, presented by Paul LaKosky, PhD (Executive Director of Dave Purchase Project, Tacoma, WA). In this session, Dr. LaKosky will present a brief, admittedly incomplete, description of the…

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