PPW Project ECHO

The ATTC CoE-PPW and the ATTC Network Coordinating Office are partnering to pilot the PPW Project ECHO. Project ECHO is a model developed by the University of New Mexico to democratize medical knowledge and get best practice care to those who need it. Multipoint videoconferencing is used to provide didactics and case-based learning to health professionals. The PPW Project ECHO pilot aims to: 1) develop capacity to safely and effectively treat family members impacted by substance use disorders (SUD) and to monitor outcomes, and 2) develop a model to treat complex SUD and co-occurring disorder conditions in PPW Grantee locations throughout the U.S. The pilot will be begin in February 2017 and is open to PPW Grantees, although future rounds may be open to a broader audience. For more information, contact Senior Project Manager Sarah Knopf-Amelung at knopfsm@umkc.edu.
ATTC PPW Project ECHO flow chart