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:
Self-advocates explore the new HCBS rules and how they may affect people's lives.
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.
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: