The Indian Country ECHO Collective

The Indian Country ECHO Collective is a community of predominantly Indigenous organizations that provide ECHO services for clinicians, health programs, and peer recovery programs that serve American Indian and Alaska Native, First Nations, and Aboriginal peoples.

Organizations belonging to the Collective include the: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Cherokee Nation, Indian Health Service, Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, United South and Eastern Tribes, Southern Plains Tribal Health Board, and the University of New Mexico.

Interested in joining the Indian Country ECHO Collective to build your network of other ECHO providers? Want to learn more about starting your own teleECHO program for staff and clinicians serving Indigenous peoples? Contact us!