Originally funded by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the North Carolina Training and Technical Assistance Center (NCTTA) supports prevention professionals and their work to develop healthy communities. NCTTA provides research based technical assistance, talent development and serves as the statewide reporting system administrator. A primary objective of NCTTA is to identify common challenges for prevention providers that may need system-wide attention on behalf of DHHS.
Beyond face to face and virtual training, the program staff is available to meet with providers for in-depth technical assistance related to a community's individual needs. Through NCTTA, providers can receive technical assistance in a variety of ways and on a multitude of programs. Technical assistance may occur as a one on one session, webinar facilitation, help with reporting/data collection, and guidance in building relationships and community collaboration. NCTTA staff is readily available and equipped to provide support for providers at all experience levels.
We look forward to working with you on questions that may arise as you provide services to your communities. Contact NCTTA today to take the next steps toward best meeting your agency's needs and find out what opportunities we offer to assist in your professional development.
The North Carolina Training and Technical Assistance Center strives to provide research-based technical assistance, talent development services, and technology infrastructure to agencies within North Carolina.
The North Carolina Training and Technical Assistance Center helps establish a foundation of knowledge, specialized expertise, and skill-building to develop effective practices. NCTTA supports professionals with the planning and achievement of their learning and development goals.
What is Technical Assistance
The process of providing targeted support by bridging evidence-informed practices, practical knowledge and skill building. Technical Assistance provides a framework for organizations to analyze their needs, assess their strengths and weaknesses, plan, grow, and improve their community's health.
What is Talent Development
Refers to efforts that foster learning and employee development to guide organizational performance, productivity, and results to better serve communities and stakeholders.
North Carolina Training and Technical Assistance Center
7830 North Point Boulevard, Suite 205
Winston Salem, NC 27106
Funding in whole or in part for was provided by the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services with funding from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.