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ECR Advisory Committee

Agendas, Minutes & Meeting Information

The East Central Region has regular meetings to discuss a wide range of issues that a relevant to MH/DS in our Region. The upcoming meeting agendas, as well as, past meeting minutes are available for online viewing and download. Only the last 3 months of minutes are saved online. If you’re looking for an earlier agenda please contact us.

Click Here for Agendas, Minutes & Additional Meeting Information

List of Providers

This is a complete list of providers in the East Central Region. Search the list alphabetically, by service type, by location or by keywords. If any information is inaccurate or missing please contact admin@ecriowa.org with the necessary changes.

Click Here for a Complete List of Our Providers

Additional Resources

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Forms

Application for Services (Full Packet), HIPAA, Security & Privacy Policies

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Get Involved

Trauma Informed Care (TIC), Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training are open to all ECR providers and community members, free of charge.

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Plans & Reports

Includes Community Service Plan (October 2017), Management Plan (July 2014), Annual Service and Budget Plan (April 2017) and the Annual Report (December 2017)

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MHU App

An app that provides links to local and national resources. Available for download on all devices.

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RCF Data

Click to view the RCF Report. The information was shared at the Regional Governing Board meeting November 2, 2017. It is based off of payment data from the previous month as received at the end of October.

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NAMI

NAMI offers an array of programs for individuals living with mental illness and their family members, the general public and school and health professionals.

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AI-Anon

Al-Anon is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who believe their lives have been affected by someone else's drinking.