Project SCOPE (Supporting Children of the OPioid Epidemic)

The University of Cincinnati UCEDD/LEND is involved in two training initiatives focusing on educating those that work with young children on the impact of the opioid crisis on young children.

SCOPE ECHO Ohio

Learn more about SCOPE in this video

2021 Buckeye SCOPE (Supporting Children of the OPioid Epidemic) ECHO Series

At this time, the cohort is full. You can fill out this form to be added to the waitlist.

We are offering this series as a “closed cohort” meaning that participants should register for and plan to attend all sessions (June 11 – October 15).

Here is a postcard with more information about the series curriculum. Participants will receive DODD credit, OCCRRA Step Up to Quality credit, Social Work CEUs or a certificate of participation for completion of at least 8 of the 10 sessions.

If you have any questions, please contact Jessy Thomas at Jessy.thomas@osumc.edu.

Thanks,
Buckeye SCOPE ECHO Team

We are proud to partner with The Wyoming Center for Disabilities and The Nisonger Center at The Ohio State University on this project and are in the process of training 16 other states in the SCOPE ECHO model. 10 states have been recruited so far for Cohort 1 and training began in July. States will offer SCOPE ECHO in the next 1-2 years in their communities.

Online Training Module for Early Childhood Care Providers

This is a two-hour online training available for Step Up to Quality credit in Ohio.

For more information, contact Steph Weber, stephanie.weber@cchmc.org