Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a guided practice model developed by the University of New Mexico’s Health Sciences Center to increase knowledge and skills. The ECHO model™ involves case based learning across expert faculty and participants through regularly scheduled meetings via video conferencing.
A variety of educational webinars of various lengths and times are offered monthly. All programs are free. Continuing Medical Education (CME) is provided for programs that are at least 1 hour. Click here to view the current webinars.
Peer Support Programs - Technical Assistance & Leadership Development
Peer support has continued to grow and develop in Maine. Coaching provided by Randy Morrison supports Peers Recovery Coaches in supervisory and leadership roles within healthcare organizations offering SUD services. Areas of coaching may include:
- Structuring successful peer support programs with fidelity
- Exploring concepts related to strategic planning and growth
- Strengthening peer support supervision to cultivate strong, resilient teams
- Meaningfully integrating the voice of people with lived experience and those receiving services
- Identifying partners and developing MOUs, contracts, and payer agreements
- Understanding state contracting and strengthening relationships with the state
- Developing budgets and financial proposals, effectively managing finances, and understanding payment models
- Aligning documentation standards with peer support fidelity
- And much more!
The technical assistance and coaching can consist of 1 to 4 sessions, tailored to the individual’s needs. Please submit a coaching/technical assistance request defining your needs and goals for the technical assistance. Click here to request assistance.