ADAPT Products & Projects

Training & EVENT Resources

2021 HIDTA Prevention Summit

Access all Summit Resource Supplements, session slides, and recorded links here.

Fundamentals of Substance Use Prevention Webinar Series

Access Resource Supplements from all previous webinars.

Evidence-Based Practice Spotlight Series

NEW! This series advances the promotion of evidence-based practices in HIDTA communities.

Expanding Medication for Opioid Use Disorder in County Jails ECHO

This teleECHO clinic brings together jail teams and subject matter experts in a learning community aimed at sharing best practices, operational expertise, and lessons learned in implementing medication for Opioid Use Disorder in correctional settings.


Framing Fundamentals Campaign 2022

This campaign shares tips to help you more effectively frame and deliver substance use prevention messages and strengthens framing skills through practice and feedback in the workshop series.

The Prevention Post

This quarterly newsletter keep HIDTA communities up-to-date with the latest advances in prevention science, resources, events, and opportunities in the field.

Resilience Campaign Portfolio in English & Spanish

Promotion of specific, relatable, and digestible activities translated from the the 10 strategies offered by… READ MORE

complementary initiatives

Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)

The Virginia SBIRT Project supports integrating the evidence-based SBIRT framework into healthcare settings throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia as a strategy for the early identification and intervention of substance misuse and co-occurring problems.

Behavioral Health Integration

Project TRIUMPH (Train, Respect, Integrate, & Understand Mental Health for Population Health) supports behavioral health integration in primary care clinics to enhance services for behavioral health, substance use, and suicide.

Suicide Prevention

The Valley Health COVID-19 Suicide Prevention Project addresses increases in suicide and domestic violence during the pandemic.

Additional Resources

Visit the Prevention Intervention Resource Center for additional prevention and treatment resources.