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SAMHSA SEA Program started reaching out to Indonesia in 2018. This program proposed a recommendation to develop the HATTC Indonesia to improve HIV and substance use treatment that in line with the need to strengthen the treatment facilities in Indonesia. The “Stakeholders Consolidation Meeting for the HIV-Addiction Technology Transfer Centre (HATTC) Indonesia” was organized by the Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia in collaboration with support from the Southeast Asia – HIV and Addiction Technology Transfer Center (SEA-HATTC) on 26th August 2018 at the Auditorium, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. As it is, Indonesia ITTC is hosted by Atma Jaya Catholic University in collaboration with universities and government institutions. The Indonesia ITTC works together with health care academia, professionals, service providers, policy makers, and others in the fields of addiction, HIV, and mental health issues to improve prevention, treatment, and care in those fields.

Objectives of Indonesia ITTC:

  • To develop a quality workforce to support the expansion of prevention, treatment, and recovery support services
  • To build models of integrated services that are responsive to the health and social needs of people with substance use disorders
  • To support the development of policies and technical guidelines that build on evidence generated internationally and in Vietnam



Eva Suryani
MD, Psychiatrist

Hepa Susami, MSc.PH.
Secretary to ITTC Indonesia

ITTC Indonesia
FKIK Unika Atma Jaya
(School of Medicine and Health Science Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia)
Jalan Pluit Raya No 2
Jakarta Utara 14440

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