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Direct Access to Billings Clinic Mental Health Professionals 8:30am - 4:30pm M-F
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Please take a few minutes to complete the following questionnaire so we can get to know your practice better.MAPP-Net Pre-Site Visit Questionnaire
We encourage all participants to submit cases to present. Case-based learning is an integral and valuable part of Project ECHO. When you present a case at one of our Project ECHO Clinics, you’ll receive your favorite style MAPP-Net Ogio bag as our “Thank You!” gift to you. Click “Read More” to submit your case.
MAPP-Net has assembled COVID-19 resources specific to professionals serving children and youth with behavioral and mental health care needs. These resources will be updated regularly.
Project ECHO Clinics
Empowering Primary Care and Behavioral Health Providers serving children and youth with mental and behavioral healthcare needs through peer collaboration and education.
Next Clinic: December 9, 2020
Topic: Follow-up to Childhood Trauma- ACEs Connection- what, how, why of this social platform to expand ACEs science and resiliency work
Presented by: Gail Kennedy
Facilitated by: Adrienne Coopey, DO
2nd Annual Pediatric Mental Health Symposium
Spring 2021, March 25-27
Mark your calendars and join us for the 2nd Annual Pediatric Mental Health Symposium at the Grouse Mountain Lodge in beautiful Whitefish MT.
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Direct Access to Billings Clinic Mental Health Professionals
8:30am – 4:30pm M-F
“Within 15 minutes of leaving a message, I was able to speak with a child adolescent psychiatrist,” stated Jenny Morgan, a LCSW with the Integrated Health Program at Beartooth Health Clinic in Red Lodge.
AAP COVID-19 Project ECHO
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is launching a new ECHO project, titled “AAP COVID-19 ECHO: Emergency Readiness & Response.” This telementoring program will leverage video conferencing technology to connect an expert team of infectious disease and emergency readiness members with those providing care to children and youth during the COVID-19 pandemic. This platform will provide a space for participants to discuss policies, procedures and processes related to COVID-19.
Virtual Perinatal Mental Health Conference
November 2-6, 2020
This conference is recommended for all professionals who work with new and expecting parents including medical providers, mental health professionals, lactation consultants, doulas, and other social support providers, such as home visitors.
Clinical training and case review sessions for rural providers
12:00pm – 1:30pm · 2nd & 4th
Wednesdays of each month
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Direct access to Billings Clinic mental health professionals
8:30am - 4:30pm M-F
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MAPP-Net does not offer crisis services. If you need immediate assistance, please call 911 or use these resources.
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