Expanding Medication for Opioid Use Disorder in County Jails ECHO

The Expanding Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) in County Jails ECHO is a learning community for jail teams interested in developing or expanding access to MOUD. This teleECHO clinic brings together subject matter experts in MOUD in correctional settings to provide jail teams with current best practices, operational expertise, and lessons learned from multiple jail settings. TeleECHO clinics are grounded in case-based learning. As such, jail teams share implementation case examples and receive feedback and support from other jail participants and subject matter experts.

The Fall 2021 teleECHO clinic (September 2021 – October 2021) targets the Washington/Baltimore HIDTA region and is a collaborative effort between ADAPT-Center for Drug Policy & Prevention at The University of Baltimore, Health Management Associates, and the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office.