Ohio Systems of Care Project ECHO for Youth Involved with Multiple Systems (SoC ECHO) V2 – Draft 2

Upcoming Sessions/Schedule

Case Referral

ECHO Team

Multi-System Tool Kit

Video Library

Tools and Resources

Register

Contact Us


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Need Help with a
Youth and Family?
You may refer cases
directly to the SoC ECHO
team.

– Please fill out the

referral form (link
to referral form –
currently lined on current
website/document
linked),

– ensure no

identifying
information is
included, and

– email to

renne.dragomir@case.ed
u. Family and
Children First
Council (FCFC)
coordinators may
also refer a case for
consultation
through the Family
and Children First
Regional
Liaisons
Aimee.Matuski@jfs.ohio.gov
or Jennie.Horner@jfs.ohio.gov,
or by
emailing
ofcf@jfs.ohio.gov.

Individuals are welcome

and encouraged to attend
all ECHO sessions to join
our learning community,
not just those at which
they are presenting a case.

 


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Promising practices for youth involved in systems of care.

 

Project Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (Project ECHO®) uses telecommunications to connect clinicians’ community partners with experts from multiple disciplines.

Project ECHO is a trademarked technological platform and methodology that was developed at the University of New Mexico.

Project ECHO improves healthcare outcomes for a variety of complex conditions by sharing the right knowledge, at the right place, at the right time.

“This is a very evolved way to network with our peers and to be able to pick some of the most experienced brains about individuals in our treatment programs.” — Northeast Ohio
Medical University Project ECHO participant.

Using a trademarked technological platform and
methodology developed at the University of New Mexico, Ohio Systems of Care Project ECHO for Youth Involved with Multiple Systems (SoC ECHO). The SoC ECHO program offers participants:

– Opportunities to present complex cases and to
receive written recommendations from
multidisciplinary experts

– Opportunities to develop the knowledge and skills
to manage complex needs in their own
communities and to be part of a community of
practice

– Brief lectures and case-based learning on topics of special interest


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