National Treatment Network

As a component of NASADAD, the National Treatment Network (NTN) is an organization of State Alcohol and Other Drug Agency (State AOD Agency) Treatment Representatives dedicated to the promotion of effective, socially responsive programs, and evidence and research-based best practices to expand and improve the publicly-funded substance abuse treatment system in each State.

National Treatment Network Fact Sheet (11/09/09)

National Treatment Network (NTN) Key Concepts Paper outlines the goals and objectives of the NTN.

NTN Operating Procedures

Women’s Services Network

The Women’s Services Network (WSN) is an organization of State Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Agency Treatment Representatives dedicated to the development and promotion of evidence-based practice that addresses the unique alcohol and other drug prevention, treatment, and recovery service needs of women and their families throughout their lifespan.

HIV Coordinators

The HIV Coordinators were organized as one of the NASADAD activities under the SAMHSA/CSAT State Collaborative Activities Grant to NASADAD. HIV Coordinators are the individuals assigned the responsibility by the NASADAD member to manage the SAPT Block Grant activities regarding the HIV set-aside. This set-aside requires that designated States utilize a portion of SAPT Block Grant funds for Early Intervention Counseling and Testing. NASADAD hosts quarterly conference calls with the HIV Coordinators in selected States and SAMHSA/CSAT staff to facilitate the implementation of HIV Rapid Testing at substance abuse treatment facilities.

Opiod Treatment Network

State Opioid Treatment Authorities are included in the NASADAD organizational structure through participation in the National Treatment Network as a sub-committee more…