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Six Ohio Alternative Response Counties Project

Collaborating with six county child welfare agencies (SOAR) in Ohio, we evaluated the effects of Alternative Response, an innovative approach for serving child welfare-involved families and gauging child safety. The evaluation sought to confirm whether Alternative Response is as safe and effective as Traditional Response for lower-risk families. … Read More

Mt Hood Community College Image Study & Community Needs Assessment

Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) serves a changing population within a changing economic landscape. To ensure the school’s priorities align with community needs, the college contracted HSRI to perform an image and needs assessment to capture the perspectives of parents, area residents, and business leaders. … Read More

Ohio Kinship and Adoption Navigator

We contributed foundational research on effective practices to help the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and its partner organizations develop and roll out a navigation program to support kinship and post-adoptive families. Using our cloud-based analytics platform with geospatial-mapping ability, we developed a web-based tool to connect families to the local resources they need. Using the tool's collaboration, rating, and review features, service navigators keep the information up-to-date and useful. … Read More

Louisiana Behavioral Health Needs Assessment

HSRI is working with Louisiana's Office of Behavioral Health and the Technical Assistance Collaborative to fulfill the requirements of a consent agreement the State reached with the United States Department of Justice. The goal is to ensure that Louisiana's services to people with mental illness are provided in the most integrated setting appropriate to their needs. … Read More

North Central Wisconsin Behavioral Health System Planning

Working with Wisconsin nonprofit North Central Health Care, and conducting extensive community research, we’re assessing the level of need for behavioral health services in Marathon, Lincoln, and Langlade Counties. We’re also examining the assets and limitations of the current system with the goal of ensuring the region has the necessary components for a full continuum of care and high-quality behavioral health crisis services. … Read More

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