Improve Access to Complex Care Treatment
Most women in substance use treatment are of childbearing age and often face a host of complex and entwined issues.
Improve Patient Outcomes
Investing time to learn how to provide specialty treatment to your patients in your primary care office, where they are most comfortable, can improve patient outcomes.
Grow Your Primary Care Practice Capacity
Research shows that providers who attend Project ECHO sessions increase their ability to treat patients and offer community resources and referrals to patients and caregivers. When multiple providers in one practice attend the same or different ECHOs, capacity to treat patients expands exponentially.
How to Participate
Access your ECHO clinics from anywhere, using your computer or mobile device.
After participating in ECHO, providers will be able to:
Maternal Child Health ECHO Session Leaders
Natalie Roche, MD, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Health, Addiction Medicine, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Damali Campbell-Oparaji, MD, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Health, Addiction Medicine, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Angela Cicchino, Peer Recovery Program Manager, RWJBarnabas Health Institute for Prevention and Recovery
Michelle Rupe, MSW, Program Manager, NJ Department of Children & Families
Deena Cohen, CADC, Perinatal Opioid Addictions Specialist, Central Jersey Family Health Consortium
Maternal Child Health ECHO Curriculum
Biweekly Mondays 11:30am-12:30pm
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MCH/OUD ECHO ACCME Accreditation
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