Topic: Mental Health

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Hennepin County Children's Mental Health Collaborative
The Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative (HCCMHC) focuses on juvenile justice, uninsured/underinsured youth, primary care, school-based mental health services, parent involvement, culturally-responsive initiatives, early childhood, and parent leadership.
Most recent report: March 2018

East Metro Mental Health Roundtable
The East Metro Mental Health Roundtable aims to accelerate improvements in the Twin Cities east metro mental health system through partnerships that deliver high quality mental health services.
Most recent report: November 2017

Screening for Trauma in the Child Welfare System
Wilder Research worked with the Minnesota Department of Human Services to determine if a trauma pre-screen tool accurately identifies children who have experienced trauma.
Most recent report: September 2017

Guild Incorporated Young Adult Assertive Community Treatment
Guild Incorporated runs an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) service called Equilibrium (EQ). The initiative focuses on youth who have a serious mental health condition and intervenes after the first episode of a mental health crisis or psychotic episode. This report describes participant outcomes.
Most recent report: June 2017

Minnesota Veterans Behavioral Health Needs Assessment
The Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) contracted with Wilder Research to conduct a behavioral health needs assessment of Veterans in Minnesota. This assessment set out to identify the mental and behavioral health needs of Minnesota Veterans, the existing mental and behavioral health resources available to them, and the opportunities to address any unmet mental or behavioral health needs of this population.
Most recent report: February 2017

Minnesota Hospital Association Mental and Behavioral Health Data Collection Pilot
To better understand how often and why Minnesotans are unable to access mental health care in the most appropriate settings, the Minnesota Hospital Association (MHA) commissioned a pilot study to track the number of “potentially avoidable days” mental and behavioral health patients spend admitted to inpatient hospital units. For more information about MHA's work in this area, please go to:
Most recent report: August 2016

Ramsey County Children's Mental Health Collaborative
To inform the Ramsey County Children's Mental Health Collaborative, a literature review and key informant interviews were used to gather information about the common challenges service providers experience in providing mental health services to youth of color and promising practices that have been used to address these challenges.
Most recent report: November 2014

Trauma and Resilience
This snapshot provides a basic overview of trauma and its impact, principles of trauma-informed care or support, and effective approaches to promote recovery.
Most recent report: October 2014

MN Kids Database
MN Kids Database is a collaborative project involving a number of school-based mental health providers in Minnesota. The web-based data tracking system collects student service, demographic, and assessment data.
Most recent report: February 2014

Mental Health Crisis Alliance
The Mental Health Crisis Alliance was interested in exploring the impact of community-based crisis stabilization services on healthcare utilization. Wilder Research analyzed claims data to understand how emergency department, hospital, and clinic outpatient service use was impacted by crisis stabilization services.
Most recent report: May 2013

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