E-IMR

An emerging evidence-informed intervention, Enhanced Illness Management and Recovery (E-IMR) helps practitioners integrate care for mental and substance use disorders. Innovative and effective, this new care model combines two proven practices: Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) and Illness Management and Recovery (IMR). Practitioners gain a shared language and proven strategies to use when delivering care to individuals with co-occurring disorders (CODs). This new approach helps practitioners, and the individuals they serve, identify the interaction between substance use and mental illness. This individualized and integrated care delivers education and skills to address both disorders. E-IMR can be implemented in either mental health or substance use treatment settings.

Train individually or as a team. The Center for Practice Transformation offers E-IMR training in person to meet your and your agency’s specific needs.

E-IMR Training includes:

  • Introduction to E-IMR workshop: A ½ day overview that can be delivered in person or via a series of live-stream webinars. Introduces practitioners to the model and best practices for adoption and implementation
  • Additional training workshops
  • Applied learning and consultation
  • E-IMR Manual (digital and paper copy) and participant materials
  • Continuing Education Units

Also available:

  • Introduction to E-IMR workshop
  • Planning for Success: pre-training implementation planning
  • Group skills training
  • Targeted E-IMR: We can tailor the E-IMR training and intervention to meet the unique needs of the population you serve i.e, E-IMR for Supported Housing.
  • Practitioner evaluation
  • Agency fidelity review
    • For agencies and programs that have been using IMR and are interested in identifying their strengths, assets, gaps related to fidelity to the intervention. We can use the fidelity report to tailor training and consultation accordingly.

An emerging evidence-informed intervention, Enhanced Illness Management and Recovery (E-IMR) helps practitioners integrate care for mental and substance use disorders. Innovative and effective, this new care model combines two proven practices: Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) and Illness Management and Recovery (IMR).