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Please fill out the below form if you are interested in joining us for our Peer Recovery ECHO!
For more information contact:
Leah Miller, Program Specialist
What is Weitzman ECHO for Peer Recovery Specialist?
Weitzman ECHO for Peer Recovery Specialists is a 12-month education program with sessions occurring twice a month that connects Peer Recovery Specialists to a community of peers and subject-matter experts. Participants that register below should plan to join as many sessions as possible.
Who should attend?
This ECHO is for you if you have lived experience with mental illness, addiction, co-occurring conditions, and recovery, and you are now supporting others going through similar life challenges as a professional peer supporter through a health care system.
What will I gain by attending?
This ECHO will equip Peer Recovery Specialists with the skills needed to help the individuals they serve advocate for themselves while providing ongoing education and mentoring opportunities for peers. Each session will cover topics that are important to the peer role such as Team Based Care, Ethics and Boundaries and Self-Care. Peers will also have the ability to present challenging client cases for recommendations from the expert panel.
How do I join the live sessions? (Do I need any special equipment?)
Weitzman ECHO sessions are held virtually using Zoom Video Conferencing. Access is available on any computer with an internet connection, phone (audio only), and smartphone.
How do I sign up?
If you would like to sign up for our Peer Recovery ECHO, please complete the form below.