CHAP ECHO Learning Collaborative
2nd Tuesday of Every Other Month @ 9am PT
The Community Health Aid Program (CHAP) ECHO Learning Collaborative is designed to bridge the gap between traditional practices and modern standards of care through bringing together several types of practitioners, including Dental Health Aide Therapists (DHATs), Behavioral Health Aides and Practitioners (BHA/Ps), and Community Health Aides and Practitioners (CHA/Ps). Sessions are open to all, but advanced registration is recommended. Sign up>
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Tribal health directors, clinicians, national organizations, area health board staff, community health workers, DHATs, BHA/Ps, CHA/Ps, and others interested in starting community health aid programs in Indian Country are welcome.
Simply click on this Zoom link 5 minutes before the session begins (or at any time during the session): Zoom link >
Program Faculty and Staff
The CHAP ECHO Learning Collaborative is run by staff from the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board. Our faculty are experts in dentistry, behavioral health, and primary care medicine. Faculty include: Christina Friedt Peters, Danica Love Brown, Carrie Sampson-Samuels, Tanya Firemoon, Katie Hunsberger.
Continuing Education Not Offered
Continuing education is not currently offered for this ECHO program.
Technical Assistance & Capacity Building
Indian Country ECHO offers a free, confidential service designed to help IHS, tribal, and urban (I/T/U) providers and administrators optimize clinic policies, enhance care delivery, and build capacity to prevent and treat complex medical conditions. Get technical assistance >
For additional information about the CHAP ECHO Learning Collaborative, contact Tanya Firemoon (Nadoka), Tribal Community Health Project Specialist, via email@example.com.