Michigan Center for Rural Health has technical assistance and information available on loan repayment opportunities offered both statewide and federally. Paige Recker is the Workforce Development Manager, (email@example.com) who leads these projects. A three-year commitment in a rural community for physicians, NP’s, PA’s and counselors who see patients with SUD may result in up to $100,000 in loan forgiveness.
NMORC through the Michigan Center for Rural Health also as access to the National Rural Recruitment & Retention Network (3RNet). Every fall 3RNet offers training in using the system. Through your affiliation with NMORC, this is a free opportunity to learn more about recruitment and retention of healthcare providers in rural and underserved areas. Sign up for the NMORC monthly news brief for updated information on when this training is offered and the code to gain access without cost.
Project ECHO through SVSU provides telehealth CME conferences every other week on a variety of SUD topics firstname.lastname@example.org includes free CME and CEUs.