Since 1976 the Human Services Research Institute has provided consultation and conducted research efforts at both the state and federal levels in the following focus areas:
Peer respites are emerging as an alternative to medical interventions for people experiencing or at risk of experiencing a mental health crisis. Bevin Croft, an HSRI research associate, and Laysha Ostrow, formerly of HSRI and now president and CEO of Live & Learn, have researched these programs and developed two new resources:
HSRI was selected to build and operate a data warehouse for the Maine Health Data Organization (MHDO).
The National Core Indicators is a voluntary effort by public developmental disabilities agencies to measure and track their own performance.