Launching November 16:

Growing Healthy Minds Project ECHO®

Purpose: The Growing Healthy Minds Project ECHO brings together school physicians, school nurses, school counselors, school administrators, educators, and other school-based mental health professionals from across the state to improve mental health support for middle and high school students. Participants will collaborate to achieve the goal of improving understanding of how to promote holistic mental/behavioral wellbeing and respond as student mental health concerns arise.

Topics: The Growing Healthy Minds Project ECHO series will focus on:

  • Threat assessment and suicide risk assessment
  • Equity, inclusion and belonging
  • Student athlete mental health
  • Body image and social media
  • Chronic absenteeism
  • Self-care for school staff

When: ECHO sessions will be offered on the following Thursdays from 5:30-6:30pm:

  • November 16
  • December 14
  • January 18
  • February 15
  • March 14
  • April 18

Where: All sessions will be hosted virtually via Zoom.

Cost: FREE! There is no cost to participate in this series.

Educational Credit: Each session offers 1.0 CME credit and 1.0 MOC Part 2 point. Please contact us for details on CNE credit and social work CEUs!

Participation offers the opportunity to:

  • Join a statewide network of peers who will share resources and lessons learned
  • Participate in monthly ECHO sessions for didactic and case-based learning and mentorship
  • Benefit from hands-on support and guidance from expert Hub Faculty
  • Receive a mailing of hard copy resources and access to a virtual library of student mental health information, resources and tools!

If you are interested in sharing a de-identified case for discussion related to one of the session topics noted above, please complete our Case Presentation Form here.

Participation on all sessions is not required.

Participants may join individual sessions based on availability.

For more information, please contact Tizana Hoggs, MPA at [email protected].

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