Training and Technical Assistance
NACE provides a variety of training and technical assistance (TTA) services for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) organizations, nonprofit organizations, prevention specialists, community coalitions, government agencies, and others. The focus of NACE TTA is AI/AN substance abuse prevention, encompassing a wide range of topics including community capacity building, culture-based programming, grant writing, program evaluation, and logic models. Services are provided to the general public, SAMHSA grantees, and other groups.
What Does NACE Offer?
- TTA for the General Public: NACE provides workshops and trainings at regional and national conferences throughout the U.S. NACE also holds group TA sessions via teleconference.
- Online Resources: Visit the NACE resource library for training tools, information, and resources.
- Service to Science: Eligible programs receive technical assistance to improve their program or organization’s evaluation capacity. Up to five programs participate in the Native American Service to Science Academy annually. Learn more about the Native American Service to Science Initiative.
- TA for SAMHSA Grantees: NACE provides specialized training, technical assistance, coordination, and other services for designated grantees of SAMHSA programs like the Indian Country Methamphetamine Initiative and Strategic Prevention Framework-State Incentive Grant.
We would like to hear your suggestions on future NACE TTA topics. If you have suggestions or requests, please use the Topic Request page to send us that information.
For more information, contact us at email@example.com or call (301) 977-6553.