2022 Project SCOPE Vermont Learning Series

The 2022 SCOPE Vermont learning series ran March 7 to May 9 (Mondays, 12:00 - 1:30, no session on April 18). These sessions were intended for anyone working with children and families affected by opioid use including healthcare providers, children’s integrated services providers, educators, and more. All sessions used the ECHO framework to share best practices in an engaging all-teach, all-learn model. Each session included an expert presentation on the topic, an interactive case presentation, and group discussion.

All materials from the sessions -- full recording of the session plus speaker materials -- are included here for your reference.




March 7Introduction to the Opioid Crisis and Social Determinants of HealthSession 1 handout (pdf)
March 14Trauma, Addiction, and RecoverySession 2 handout (pdf)
March 21Neonatal Abstinence SyndromeSession 3 handout (pdf)
March 28Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and Children’s Integrated ServicesSession 4 handout (pdf)
April 4Having Difficult ConversationsSession 5 handout (pdf)
April 11Trauma-Exposed Children: A primer on impact, trauma-related responses, and interventionSession 6 handout (pdf)
April 25Trauma: Attachment and Impact on Development

Session 7 handout (pdf)

Trauma resources for providers (doc)

Trauma workshop for caregivers (pdf)

May 2Comprehensive Nurse Home Visiting: Scope, services, durationSession 8 handout (pdf)
May 9Horizons a Model of Compassionate Dyadic Care 


Recordings of Training Sessions

March 7: Introduction to the Opioid Crisis and Social Determinants of Health

March 14: Trauma, Addiction, and Recovery

March 21: Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

March 28: Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and Children’s Integrated Services

April 4: Having Difficult Conversations

April 11: Trauma-Exposed Children: A Primer on Impact, Trauma-Related Responses, and Intervention

April 25: Trauma, Attachment, and Development

May 2: Comprehensive Nurse Home Visiting: Scope, Services, and Duration

May 9: Horizons: A Model of Compassionate Dyadic Care



This program is offered at no cost to participants through a collaboration between the University of Vermont Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI), Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP), Wyoming Institute for Disabilities and the Vermont Department of Health.

Project SCOPE logo: a cartoon showing a woman sitting in a chair on one side of the image, holding out a book. On the other side of the image a small child sits on the floor, arms raised happily. In the middle, the Project SCOPE logo: a child inside a heart.

Get Involved

If you're a healthcare provider, Children's Integrated Services (CIS) provider, educator, or another provider supporting children and families with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome (NAWS), or a provider supporting children and families who are suspected of being impacted by opioid use, trauma or exposure, here's how you can get involved with this important work:

  • Nominate yourself or others to participate on the Interdisciplinary Team (complete our contact form).
  • Register for the 2022 training series.

Question mark in a circleIf you'd like the materials on this website in a different format, or have questions relating to how the materials in the ECHO trainings will be presented, or any other questions about accessibility, please email Audrey Homan.