Working closely with a number of partners aimed at improving outcomes for New York's children, families, and adults, CTAC and MCTAC provide robust training and technical assistance activities to your agency.
CTAC and MCTAC are graciously funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health and the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports.
McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research
The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University is committed to creating new knowledge about the root causes of poverty, developing evidence-based interventions to address its consequences, and rapidly translating research findings into action through policy and practice.
The Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State (ASAP)
ASAP is committed to working together to support organizations, groups and individuals that prevent and alleviate the profound personal, social and economic consequences of alcoholism and substance abuse in New York State. ASAP represents the interests of the largest alcoholism and substance abuse prevention, treatment, research and training providers in the country. We also welcome membership from coalitions, business, organizations and individuals who support ASAP’s mission.
Coordinated Care Services, Inc. (CCSI)
CCSI has more than 25 years of experience in providing support to organizations in the behavioral health and human services fields so that they can improve services for those in need. CCSI will provide training and technical assistance related to billing practices & fiscal management, the use of data for quality improvement and decision making, and treatment supply & demand.
Families Together in New York State (FTNYS)
Families Together in New York State, Inc. is a non-profit, family-run organization that strives to establish a unified voice for children and youth with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. FTNYS has several initiatives designed to strengthen and sustain the important work of family support organizations and family advocates, including the Parent Empowerment Program (PEP) Training Initiative, the establishment of a Family Advocate Credential, the creation of learning collaborative opportunities for family advocates, and the development of data-informed strategies to better understand the unique contribution of family support as an important cross-system resource for families. FTNYS will provide consultation on training related to all parent support, engagement, multi-family group, and development of new training modules.
Institute for Community Living, Inc. (ICL)
With 30+ years of experience providing services for people with serious mental illness, as well as those with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, ICL offers accessible, quality health and mental health care, family support, school-based services and more. ICL provides training and technical assistance in billing practices, fiscal management, data management and quality improvement.
A statewide coalition of people who use and/or provide recovery oriented community based mental health services. NYAPRS is dedicated to improving services and social conditions for people with psychiatric disabilities or diagnoses, and those with trauma-related conditions by promoting their recovery, rehabilitation and rights so that all people can participate freely in the opportunities of society. NYAPRS will provide consultation on developing and delivering peer directed services in adult mental health clinics.
The New York State Coalition for Children's Behavioral Health
The Children’s Coalition provides a unified voice for children mental health care providers and the families they serve. Strengthening the array of children’s mental health services, improving family and youth involvement in treatment planning, and leading public policy development and advocacy for funding of children’s mental health services are the Coalition’s priorities.
NYU IDEAS Center
The Center for Implementation and Dissemination of Evidence-based Practices in States (IDEAS Center) is focused on the advancement of implementation science in behavioral health systems serving children, adolescents and their families. Implementation and dissemination research focuses on how the best evidence-based practices in children’s behavioral health can be more efficiently and effectively put to use in a way that they will ultimately benefit the greatest number of children and families.
Funded by a combination of support from the National Institute of Mental Health (including a P30 Center grant) and New York State Office of Mental Health, the mission of the IDEAS Center is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of state roll-outs of evidence-based practices (EBPs) and quality improvement initiatives (QI).
Partnership to End Addiction
Partnership to End Addiction partners with families, professionals and other organizations to end addiction in this country. They utilize a public health approach, rooted in science and compassion.