The Northwest MHTTC is pleased to deliver in collaboration with Northwest ATTC, The Behavioral Health Institute, and Center for Practice Innovation Enhanced Illness Management and Recovery (E-IMR) Training.
Please note: this training is for Region 10 providers (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington). We are not accepting new registrations at this time.
What is E-IMR?
An emerging evidence-informed intervention, Enhanced Illness Management and Recovery (E-IMR) helps practitioners integrate care for mental and substance use disorders. Innovative and effective, this new care model combines two proven practices: Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) and Illness Management and Recovery (IMR). Practitioners gain a shared language and proven strategies to use when delivering care to individuals with co-occurring disorders (CODs). This new approach helps practitioners, and the individuals they serve, identify the interaction between substance use and mental illness. This individualized and integrated care delivers education and skills to address both disorders.
- Provide and support a virtual training for Enhanced Illness Management and Recovery (E-IMR) Intervention to a cohort of practitioners. Recruit participating partners and practitioners.
- Cohort of 20 practitioners trained to provide the E-IMR intervention and supported through consultation calls.
Training begins the week of 11/09/20 and will finish week of 02/03/21 (9 weeks of training x 3 hrs/week; skipping certain holiday weeks)
Monthly consultation calls to begin in January 2021 and will be ongoing for 10 months.