May is Children’s Mental Health
The National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health (NTTAC) works to ensure all young people and families get the support they need to thrive.
NTTAC is a SAMHSA-funded initiative to increase the access to, effectiveness of, and dissemination of evidence-based mental health services for young people (ages 0-21) and their families, including young people experiencing serious mental illness or serious emotional disturbance (SMI/SED).
NTTAC supports a system of care that is trauma informed and person centered. NTTAC is committed to equity, inclusion, and diversity, and we promote authentic partnership with youth and families. Learn more about our Team.
NTTAC services are designed for mental health professionals, primary care providers, peers, educators, systems leaders, child welfare system professionals, juvenile justice staff, advocates, and others who work with youth and families.
Training and Technical Assistance
Nationally, NTTAC provides innovative, responsive, and multimodal training and technical assistance (TTA) that supports systems-level change and advancement of evidence-based, culturally responsive practice at no cost to participants.
NTTAC offers a range of opportunities for different levels of engagement, interests, and learning styles. These are just some of the ways we hope to support your efforts. Whether you’re looking for a little information, more in-depth learning, or intensive assistance to advance your work—or anything in between—NTTAC services are available for you.
Stay up-to-date on new resources and research in the field.
Connect with peers in your field and learn new strategies.
Deepen your professional skills with strategies that are relevant, applicable, and timely.
Get support to help you build a system of care that is responsive to the needs of your region.
Engage in advanced learning and leadership opportunities to expand, sustain, and replicate your work.