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NIATx eNews Update

September 2015

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Arapahoe House Celebrates 40 Years

Strong community support and a variety of other factors, including use of NIATx, have contributed to its success, says CEO Art Schut.

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A Spanish-language version of A-CHESS is helping Latino adults with co-occuring disorders stay connected to peers, case managers, and clinicians.

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Integrating Technology into Community Programs

A study led by Todd Molfenter explored factors that impede or facilitate adoption of telemedicine approaches in five states and one county.

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Using Rapid-Cycle Research to Reach Goals: Awareness, Assessment, Adaptation, Acceleration

This report by NIATx Director Dave Gustafson and Deputy Director Kim Johnson offers a practical guide to methods for conducting rapid-cycle research.

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BHBusiness Plus

Join a BHBusiness Plus Learning Network by October 16 and get free expert-led training to improve your business systems. Or, join one of the new self-paced options that allow you to learn at your own pace!

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This Could Change Everthing

Kim Johnson shares her reflections on the recent 2015 Technology Summit

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Upcoming Events & Presentations

October 16, 2015 BHBusiness Plus Application Deadline

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