Ecco Data Entry for FY 2020-2021 will begin on October 5, 2020 and October 12, 2020. Please take note of the following rollout schedule.
On October 5, 2020 ECCO Intervention Profiles (IP) may be created and Data Entry allowed for: Administrative, Community Based Process, Problem ID and Referral, Information Dissemination, and Alternative Activities.
On October 12, 2020 ECCO Intervention Profiles (IP) may be created and Data Entry allowed for: Education and Environmental Strategies.
Note!!! Intervention profiles must be created/approved in ECCO prior to entering any data. What does this mean?
Programs will create their Intervention Profiles (IP) as in the past and submit the new IP to the ECCO System. We are requiring all IPs to be submitted as new IPs this year. There will be no Copying of IPs from the past FY Year.
Once a new Intervention Profile is created it must be administratively approved before programs are allowed to enter data. Generally, new Intervention Profiles will be reviewed and approved within 48 business hours. If additional information is required from the agency to supplement the Intervention Profile creation request, programs will be contacted by email.
Please refer to recently released information related to the above rollout schedule:
View the SAPBG Approved Prevention Strategies Webinar and access provided materials by clicking here.
Visit the new NCTTA Intervention and Best Practice Hub here.
Recently released Lock Your Meds Tools can be downloaded here.
Additional Items Programs Need to Know:
If at any point in the Intervention Creation and Approval process program staff are unsure of how best to begin, submit a ticket to the NCTTA Help Desk and we will respond as soon as possible. Access the Help Desk Ticketing System via this link. Please do not submit IP Request or data if you are uncertain. Let NCTTA Center Staff help!
Multiple changes have been made to ECCO in addition to the new Intervention Profile Approval Process. Updates that are complete or will soon be complete include, but are not limited to: Action Plans, Process Data Screens, and Synar.
The Ecco Manual and other Ecco Resources are currently being updated and will be published as soon as possible.