Our Projects

Cornerstone Whole Healthcare Organization participates in various grant-funded projects to continue striving for our mission of health equity through innovation.


Mobile Opioid Solution for whole Healthcare Integration

The MOSHI Project aims to address key issues in the effective identification, triage, management, and follow-up of high-risk opioid patients seen in the service areas in rural Idaho and Oregon through the implementation of mobile detox/induction, tele-MAT, and tele-SUD/OUD treatment. Cornerstone is developing a hub and spoke model to provide OUD/SUD services through telehealth and mobile outreach and training center that incorporates dental, pharmacy, OUD/SUD, Behavioral Health, primary care, and rural emergency departments.


Idaho Pregnant and Perinatal Support System

The I-PPOSS Program has been developed to initiate a systematic response to the crisis of perinatal SUD in Idaho by developing a nursing and peer support consultation service for rural and frontier primary care sites across the state, creating a rural primary care/critical access learning collaborative focused on perinatal OUD, and more.


Rural Emergent Alternative Surgical Opioid Non-Use

rEASON, funded by HRSA, provides expert-guided education focused on opioid-sparing analgesia guidelines to healthcare providers, patients, and families to mitigate surgically-gated opioid use disorder at one-year follow-up. A standard of care will be developed for providers, patients, and parents/legal guardians to communicate with surgeons and anesthesiologists on how to request non-opioid surgical options.


Greater Rural Idaho Telehealth Team Expansion

The GRITTE Project aims to expand access to critical behavioral health services and treatment resources in rural under-served communities across Idaho. Over the next 5 years, the GRITTE Project will work to develop a sustainable Direct to Consumer (DTC) service network and tele-behavioral service delivery model to reduce the barriers to accessing behavioral health in your community and catchment area.


Pride in Idaho Care Neighborhoods

PiICN is generously funded through the Cambia Health Foundation. C-WHO has partnered with Valor Health to pilot a model of coordinated and whole-person care for marginalized patient populations in rural areas. The demonstration is based on the question, “How can we deliver appropriate, inclusive, and safe care together with our partners?”. The findings of the project will be scaled to serve as a roadmap for other communities across the country.


Idaho Rural Opioid Prevention and Pharmacy Education Stewardship

The I-ROPPES Project is supported with generous funding from HRSA. I-ROPPES will create better systems of care for individuals with opioid use disorder and their families by linking primary care, law enforcement, community resources, and other services in rural areas across Idaho. It creates a net and does not rely on a single solution to fight the opioid epidemic.


Idaho School Outreach Services

The I-SOS Project aims to support rural children and adolescents directly and through attention to their community context. By utilizing evidence-based practices in suicide prevention, mental health resiliency training, and supported access to care, the project team and partnered communities will enhance mental health in rural communities.


Substance Abuse Block Grant

SABG was used to develop a social media toolkit called Own Your Future for rural youth in Idaho focused on SUD prevention with secondary content related to mental health. Our goals were to develop the Own Your Future toolkit, focus group and refine the toolkit, create a user guide for gatekeeping adults (school teachers/administrators, coaches, PTA, clinicians, etc), and disseminate the toolkit across Idaho through individual site outreach.

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