Danya Institute Inc.

Publications

Self Care - A Guide for Addiction Professionals booklet Our recently revised Self Care – A Guide for Addiction Professionals now includes a section about coping with grief and loss, and is available for sale as a hard copy booklet in English and Spanish, as well as a free electronic download or iPad book.  It identifies common workplace stressors and provide strategies that both agencies and addiction professionals can use to address them and promote overall self-care. The guide covers topics such as: nutrition, mental wellness, recovery management, and exercise. This product is available using the following links:

Self Care:  A Guide for Addiction Professionals - Aaron Williams, MA & Paula Jones

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An Overview of Evidence-Based Practices:  Implementing Science Based Interventions in Practical Settings features updated articles previously published in the The Dialogue newsletter, related to the use of evidence-based practices in drug abuse treatment.The document also includes a discussion about technology transfer, the identification and implementation of evidence-based practices and other new resources on evidence-based practices.

 

An Overview of Evidence-Based Practices - Aaron M. Williams, MA, Paula Jones & Susan Swanton, LCSW-C

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The Purpose of Outreach Competencies: Minimum Standards for Conducting Street Outreach for Hard-to-Reach Populations, is to promote and guide the professionalization of the field of outreach work through consistent training, certification, and job development. This brochure identifies the minimum knowledge, skills and attitudes for conducting street outreach for hard to reach populations.

 

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Our Addiction Stigma Toolkit:

A guide to provide the addiction treatment and recovering community with practical information
and tools to enhance their capacity to engage in effective stigma reduction efforts.

An Overview of Evidence-Based Practices - Aaron M. Williams, MA, Paula Jones & Susan Swanton, LCSW-C

 

 

 

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The Intersection of HIV/AIDS and Behavioral Health within the Caribbean Diaspora: From DC to Town
Type/Format: Pamphlet
Description: In honor of the 2012 International AIDS Conference, The Danya Institute, Inc. convened AIDS 2012 participants interested in networking with others interested in the topic: “The Intersection of HIV/AIDS and Behavioral Health within the Caribbean Diaspora: From DC to Town” at the Embassy of Trinadad and Tabago.
Release Date: 7/12/2012
Language: English
This product is available for download using the following link(s).

NOTE: To view Adobe Acrobat files, you must have a copy of Adobe Reader. You can download it for free.

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Click here to download a free copy of Trends in Behavioral Health 2012 Edition

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Click HERE to view more products from our Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center site.