Missouri Alliance for Dual Diagnosis
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GOAL: MOADD ECHO bridges the care gap between professional mental health providers, state agencies and service systems, and children with dual diagnoses.
HUB TEAM: Greg Cejas, MD | Paul Glaser, MD, PhD | Amber Stockreef M.ED, BCBA, LBA | Lucas Evans, MA, BCBA, LBA | Susie Henderson, Licensed Psychologist | Shawna Shelton, BSN, RN | Rachel Jones, LPC | Lisa Nothaus, BS
TARGET AUDIENCE: Community Mental Health Center professionals (therapists, social workers, case managers, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses)
Developmental Disability Service Professionals (support coordinators, BCBA’s, professional managers, direct care staff)
MOADD ECHO Autism Program resources will appear once you have registered.
Moving knowledge, not people
MOADD ECHO bridges the care gap between professional mental health providers, state agencies and service systems, and children with dual diagnoses*
*A child with intellectual disabilities and/or autism and a behavioral health diagnosis
How it works
Presenting providers receive specific case guidance to better support children with dual diagnoses
All participate in a convenient, web-based, small-group format
Learn and share best practices for supporting children with dual diagnoses/behavioral health diagnoses and for trauma-responsive care
How it helps
Children and families have improved treatment outcomes and quality of life experience closer to home
Missouri mental health providers get greater access to cross-system resources and support to provide comprehensive care for people with dual diagnoses
Improve communication and collaboration between state agencies and the service systems for children with dual diagnosis in order to identify gaps in care and develop long term solutions
1st & 3rd Wednesdays from 12:30 - 2:00 PM CT
MOADD ECHO Autism Program archived resources will appear once you have registered.
Community mental health, developmental disabilities providers and child welfare professionals collaborate to improve care, outcomes, and the systems that serve children with dual diagnosis.
Who is this for?
- Community Mental Health Center professionals (therapists, social workers, case managers, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses)
- Developmental Disability Service Professionals (support coordinators, BCBA’s, professional managers, direct care staff)
What you get:
- FREE CME/CE – up to 1.5 per clinic
- Real-time case guidance with a multidisciplinary team of medical and state resource specialists
- Learn best practices for children with dual diagnoses
- Learn how to improve communication between care systems
- Meet a network of other providers navigating similar scenarios
What you need to start:
- Internet connection
- Front-facing camera, smartphone, or tablet
- Commitment to 1.5-hour learning sessions on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm