ECHO services

ECHO program

The Empowering Children with Hope and Opportunity program serves students, families, schools and communities. This includes more than 3,500 children who attend 14 local Catholic schools.

Our services include psycho-education, behavioral health consultation, counseling, behavioral health referral/follow-up, medical health education, and medical screening/referral/ follow-up, along with:

  • Appeals process committee
  • Clinical observations and screenings
  • Clinical referrals and follow-up services
  • Crisis intervention
  • ECHO Peacemakers (group-leadership and service organization)
  • Faculty and administration consultations
  • Family Advocates (social workers to help families meet basic needs)
  • Family counseling
  • Group counseling
  • In-service training for school staff
  • Individual counseling
  • Peer mentoring/mediation
  • Safety assessments (homicidal and/or suicidal risk)
  • Second Step (a violence prevention curriculum)
  • Talking About Touching (a personal safety program)