Join Our Health Equity ECHO!

Systemic racism, social marginalization and oppression have created disproportionate challenges in accessing quality general health care, mental health care and substance use treatment services for communities of color. Integrating these services is a critical strategy for advancing health equity among historically marginalized populations, including Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+ communities and rural communities.

Project ECHOThe Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions (CoE-IHS) is pleased to announce the Advancing Health Equity Through Integrated Health ECHO.

Kicking off in late November, this seven-session ECHO series will give participants the chance to engage with other health care provider organizations through didactic presentations and case presentations on key issues related to integrated health and improving health equity within their organizations.

This ECHO will help participants:

  • Practice cultural humility and actively reduce biases, racism and trauma.

  • Promote cultural and linguistic responsiveness among clients and staff of various intersecting identities, including race, class, gender and sexual orientation.

  • Implement whole-person and population health strategies that consider the social determinants/drivers of health of clients and communities.

  • Build organizational practices that identify and prevent compassion fatigue among clinical providers and staff as they work to enhance equitable health care for all.


Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. ET on Friday, Nov. 10, 2023.

Space in this ECHO learning series is limited.


Download our participant FAQ document for more details.

Not sure if this ECHO is right for you and your organization? Watch our Health Equity ECHO video to hear from previous participants on their successful experiences with this learning community:


Play Video - Improving Health Equity with Project ECHO


This ECHO series is supported by the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions, funded by a grant award from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). If you have any questions about this opportunity or any others in this series, please contact [email protected].


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