Early Psychosis Learning Collaborative (EPLC)
The New England Early Psychosis Learning Collaborative (EPLC) is dedicated to using evidence-based means to disseminate evidence-based practices for working with people in the early stages of psychosis. The collaborative engages members through a number of initiatives including:
- Online discussion series
- Consultation lines
- Clinical briefs
- In-person training opportunities
- E-mail updates
Links to previous EPLC programs and products can be found here. Use the terms "EPLC" when filtering.
The EPLC also surveys training and technical assistance (T/TA) needs, and encourages networking and facilitates discussion between programs and agencies across New England in order to disseminate knowledge of evidence-based practice for early psychosis
This EPLC is part of an initiative by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)’s New England Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network (MHTTC), which provides training, technical assistance, and tool and resource development to enable states and mental health practitioners to provide recovery-oriented practices within the context of recovery-oriented systems of care.
Participants from all New England states are welcome to apply. If you are interested in joining our collaborative, please fill out the application.