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For more than 30 years, HSRI Projects have been helping to improve human service systems in a wide range of Focus Areas and Topics. To view a selection of our Projects by a specific Focus Area or Topic you can make your selection in the "View By" menu found below. You can also sort Projects chronologically or alphabetically by using the "Organize Projects" menu found below.

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  • Evaluation of State Youth Treatment Planning
    (2017-)

    HSRI is evaluating the State Youth Treatment-Planning (SYT-P) initiative for the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services. With funds from SAMHSA, the state is developing a three-year strategic plan to increase access to integrated screening, assessment, treatment, and recovery services and supports for adolescents (12-17) and transitional-aged youth (18-25) with substance use or mental health disorders, or both. HSRI will analyze the state’s progress in developing a comprehensive and actionable plan.
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  • Development of the iFoster mobile app for child welfare caregivers
    (2017-2018)

    iFoster is a mobile app aimed at supporting child welfare caregivers, including foster, kin, and adoptive parents who have participated in Resource Parent Curriculum Plus, a ten-week Vermont Child Welfare Training Partnership class on caring for and responding to the needs of children who have been exposed to trauma
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  • North Dakota Behavioral Health Systems Analysis
    (2017-2017)

    A team at the Human Services Research Institute (HSRI) is conducting an analysis of the behavioral health system in North Dakota. The aims are to 1) conduct an in-depth review of the State’s behavioral health system, 2) analyze current utilization and expenditure patterns by payer source, 3) provide actionable recommendations for enhancing the comprehensiveness, integration, cost-effectiveness, and recovery orientation of the behavioral health system to effectively meet the needs of the community, and 4) establish strategies for implementing those recommendations.
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  • Evaluation of Cooperative Agreements to Benefit Homeless Individuals for States and Communities (CABHI-States and Communities)
    (2016-2017)

    Under subcontract to RTI, HSRI is helping to evaluate programs that aim to end and prevent homelessness among people with mental and/or substance use disorders. The programs are administered by the Center for Mental Health Services and the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
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  • Colorado All Payer Claims Database
    (2016-2019)

    HSRI and partner NORC are serving as the data warehouse vendor for Colorado’s all-payer claims database (CO APCD) for the Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC), helping to expand the overall APCD infrastructure, capacity, and function. HSRI and NORC are providing a system for secure data collection and aggregation, providing warehousing and analytics, and supporting the data release process by fulfilling data requests for a variety of users.
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