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Issue Briefs: New York Self-Directed Care Pilot

These twin briefs describe early findings from an evaluation of New York’s Self-Directed Care pilot. The first brief describes the implementation of the program, which began in 2017 and is being piloted as part of the State’s Medicaid 1115 Waiver Demonstration. It provides information on the project timeline, participant characteristics, goals and purchases, and implementation lessons from the early days of the program. The second brief covers preliminary findings from the outcomes evaluation, … Read More

Date: 11/2019

Author(s): HSRI

Trauma-Informed Person-Centered Thinking and Support

This NCAPPS webinar explores the intersection of trauma-informed and person-centered thinking, planning, and practice. It will emphasize actionable steps people can take to ensure that we consider trauma when we engage in person-centered thinking, planning, and practices.  … Read More

Date: 11/2019

Author(s): NCAPPS

NCAPPS Brain Injury Learning Collaborative

This webinar provides an overview of the NCAPPS Brain Injury Learning Collaborative with guidance for staff in brain injury programs, State/Tribal/Territory human service agencies, or other organizations interested in forming a Learning Collaborative team. It also provides information about the application process for the Learning Collaborative. … Read More

Date: 11/2019

Author(s): NCAPPS

Press Release: New TBI Technical Assistance and Resource Center

This press release announces the launch of the ACL-funded Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Technical Assistance and Resource Center. HSRI will administer the new center along with its partners from the National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA) and a group of subject matter experts, including people with lived experience of TBI. … Read More

Date: 10/2019

Author(s): HSRI

Research Brief: Building on the Successes of Voucher Models to Promote Self-Direction

It’s well-documented that people with serious mental health conditions have difficulties getting the services they need to recover. Do mental health self-direction programs get people connected to and engaged with services and resources in their communities that can help with their recovery? To find out, HSRI researchers looked at 2 years of data from 94 participants in a self-direction program in Utah. The program was based on the state’s successful Access … Read More

Date: 10/2019

Author(s): HSRI

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