The Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) National Office mobilizes the power of the ATTC Network by focusing resources, reducing duplication of effort, and leveraging knowledge capital to ensure ATTC initiatives are effective in supporting the mission of SAMHSA to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities. The National Office will achieve its mission through the following goals: (1) serve as a focal point for technology transfer activities; (2) address workforce development challenges; (3) foster collaboration and coordinate activities to optimize the ability of the Network to promote the adoption of evidence-based and promising practices and recovery-oriented systems of care; (4) promote the visibility of and access to ATTC resources; and (5) collect, synthesize and report data of significance to SAMHSA, the Network, and the field. The National Office's primary audience is the Network. ATTC staff from across the country rely on the expertise and experience of the National Office in the successful achievement of their goals and objectives. ATTC staff range in age and experience from first-career young adults to seasoned professionals nearing retirement, and reflect diversity in gender, recovery status, sexual identity, race/ethnicity and language. Throughout these activities, the National Office will serve 1735 individuals in a total of 27 events annually, with the expectation of holding 135 events for 8,675 individuals over the life of the project.