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Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a movement to demonopolize knowledge and amplify capacity to provide best practice care. The Wayside Women Services (WWS) Project ECHO focuses on sharing practice and support service information which will enable participating organizations to empower women and families to break the cycle of addiction and trauma.
Wayside is the “hub” for several ECHO learning communities originating in Minnesota and open to all (via Zoom online meetings).
Women Services ECHO
The Wayside Women Services ECHO focuses on sharing best practices between providers to empower women in recovering their sobriety, identity, home, family and community.
The series focuses on LADC, LPC, LPCC, RN, LPN, LICSW, LSW, LMFT and MAT providers, along with those who provide support to women with substance use disorder.
Our Women Services ECHO series is approved to offer 1 CE credit by the MN Boards of Social Work, Behavioral Health and Marriage and Family Therapy. It also meets criteria for additional licensed health provider individual study options.
Sessions take place on the first and third Thursday of each month from 12:00 – 1:00 pm CST.
- Advanced Practice: Increasing LGBQT+ Cultural Competencies
- How and Why We Address Family Relationships as Part of Recovery
- Trauma-Informed Supervision
peer Support ECHO
in partnership with Great Lakes ATTC
The Peer Support ECHO is an online community for Peer Recovery Specialists and Mental Health Peers. Participants share community and statewide resources, learn new skills and tools for doing Peer work, and meet and connect with other Peers.
Sessions take place on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, from 12:00 – 1:00 pm CST.
Sessions are based in the four IC&RC Peer Recovery Domains.
- Advocacy: Public Policies and Processes to Support the Work
- Peer Advocacy Within Organizations to Promote Person-centered Care
- Experience of a Single, Black Father in Living and Working in Recovery
- The Indian Health Board’s role in Outpatient Service Provision: Indigenous Women’s Recovery, Health, & Wellness
- Peer Recovery Support in Treatment Courts
- Harm Reduction
- Ethical Dilemmas and Decision-Making
Indigenous Women Wellness ECHO
in partnership with American Indian Family Center
The Indigenous Women Wellness ECHO is developed and delivered by practitioners and elders who are part of Indigenous communities. Participants will share ideas, successes and challenges. They will learn how to engage in culturally responsive healing while acknowledging the innate strengths and resiliency within Indigenous communities.
Sessions take place on the last Tuesday of each month from 12:00 – 2:00 pm CST.
- Sober Squad – Originating on the Mille Lacs Reservation and Expanding Across the U.S.
- Shifting the Mental Health Paradigm to a Mind-Body Healing Practice
- #Landback: Climate Change and Mental Health Within American Indian Communities
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