State Mental Health Agency Profiling System: 2015


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How many mental health consumers have coverage through Medicaid?
How many of the mental health consumers who have coverage through Medicaid are new clients since 2013?
How many of the mental health consumers who have coverage through Medicaid are existing clients (in service before 2013)?
If your state expanded Medicaid, does your data system let you determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population?
If your state expanded Medicaid and your data system lets you determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population, how many consumers covered through Expanded Medicaid are new clients?
If your state expanded Medicaid and your data system lets you determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population, how many consumers covered through Expanded Medicaid are existing clients?
If your state expanded Medicaid and your data system doesn't let determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population, do you have a plan to modify your data system in order to determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population?
Describe your plan to modify your data system in order to determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population, if your state has Expanded Medicaid.
How many substance use disorder consumers have coverage through Medicaid?
How many of the substance use disorder consumers who have coverage through Medicaid are new clients since 2013?
How many of the substance use disorder consumers who have coverage through Medicaid are existing clients (in service before 2013)?
If your state expanded Medicaid, does your data system let you determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population?
If your state expanded Medicaid and your data system lets you determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population, how many consumers covered through Expanded Medicaid are new clients?
If your state expanded Medicaid and your data system lets you determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population, how many consumers covered through Expanded Medicaid are existing clients?
If your state expanded Medicaid and your data system doesn't let determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population, do you have a plan to modify your data system in order to determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population?
Describe your plan to modify your data system in order to determine whether an individual is in the Medicaid Expansion population, if your state has Expanded Medicaid.
How many mental health consumers have coverage through private insurance?
How many of the mental health consumers who have coverage through private insurance are new clients since 2013?
How many of the mental health consumers who have coverage through private insurance are existing clients (in service before 2013)?
Does your data system let you determine whether an individual with private insurance acquired that insurance on an Affordable Care Act insurance exchange?
How many consumers covered through Affordable Care Act insurance are new clients (since 2013)?
How many consumers covered through Affordable Care Act insurance are existing clients?
If your state data system doesn't let determine whether an individual with private insurance acquired that insurance on an Affordable Care Act Insurance Exchange, do you have a plan to modify your data system in order to determine whether an individual acquired that insurance on an Affordable Care Act Insurance Exchange.
Describe your plan to modify your data system in order to determine whether an individual with private insurance acquired that in surance on an Affordable Care Act Insurance Exchange.
How many substance use disorder consumers have coverage through private insurance?
How many of the substance use disorder consumers who have coverage through private insurance are new clients since 2013?
How many of the substance use disorder consumers who have coverage through private insurance are existing clients (in service before 2013)?
Does your data system let you determine whether an individual with private insurance acquired that insurance on an Affordable Care Act insurance exchange?
How many consumers covered through Affordable Care Act insurance are new clients (since 2013)?
How many consumers covered through Affordable Care Act insurance are existing clients?
If your state data system doesn't let determine whether an individual with private insurance acquired that insurance on an Affordable Care Act Insurance Exchange, do you have a plan to modify your data system in order to determine whether an individual acquired that insurance on an Affordable Care Act Insurance Exchange.
Describe your plan to modify your data system in order to determine whether an individual with private insurance acquired that in surance on an Affordable Care Act Insurance Exchange.
Does your SMHA monitor or regulate mental health services received by clients with private insurance in private (non-SMHA) systems?
Describe how your SMHA monitors or regulates mental health services received by clients with private insurance in private (non-SMHA) systems.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Supported housing?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Supported housing.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Supported employment?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Supported employment.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Assertive Community Treatment.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Peer supports?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Peer supports
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Medication-Assisted Treatment (substance abuse)?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Medication-Assisted Treatment (substance abuse).
Describe other evidence-based or support service the SMHA is experiencing difficulties getting private insurance to pay for.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for other?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for other.
Describe other evidence-based or support service the SMHA is experiencing difficulties getting private insurance to pay for.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for other?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for other.
Does your SSA monitor or regulate mental health services received by clients with private insurance in private (non-SMHA) systems?
Describe how your SMHA monitors or regulates mental health services received by clients with private insurance in private (non-SMHA) systems.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Supported housing?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Supported housing.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Supported employment?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Supported employment.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Assertive Community Treatment.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Peer supports?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Peer supports
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Medication-Assisted Treatment (substance abuse)?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for Medication-Assisted Treatment (substance abuse).
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for other?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for other.
Is your SMHA experiencing difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for other?
Describe your SMHA's difficulties in getting private insurance to pay for other.
Does your SMHA's client data system identify if client services are being paid for by Expanded Medicaid?
Does your SMHA's client data system identify if client services are being paid for by private insurance?
Does your SMHA's client data system identify if client services are being paid for by any other ACA-related funding?
Describe the other ACA-related funding that your SMHA's client data system identifies as paying for client services.
Does your SSA's client data system identify if client services are being paid for by Expanded Medicaid?
Does your SSA's client data system identify if client services are being paid for by private insurance?
Does your SSA's client data system identify if client services are being paid for by any other ACA-related funding?
Describe the other ACA-related funding that your SSA's client data system identifies as paying for client services.
Does your SMHA work with your state Medicaid agency on what mental health benefits will be included in alternative benefit plans?
Are all mental health providers certified Medicaid providers (able to bill Medicaid for mental health services)?
How many mental health providers are not certified Medicaid providers?
What percent of mental health providers are not certified Medicaid providers?
What plans does your state have to help mental health providers to be become Medicaid certified?
Are all private practitioners and individual mental health counselors and other clinicians certified Medicaid providers (able to bill Medicaid for mental health services)?
How many private practitioners and individual mental health counselors and other clinicians are not certified Medicaid providers?
What percent of private practitioners and individual mental health counselors and other clinicians are not certified Medicaid providers?
What plans does your state have to help private practitioners and individual mental health counselors and other clinicians to be become Medicaid certified?
Does your SSA work with your state Medicaid agency on what substance use disorder benefits will be included in alternative benefit plans?
Are all substance use disorder providers certified Medicaid providers (able to bill Medicaid for substance use disorder services)?
How many substance use disorder providers are not certified Medicaid providers?
What percent of substance use disorder providers are not certified Medicaid providers?
What plans does your state have to help substance use disorder providers to be become Medicaid certified?
Are all private practitioners and individual substance use disorder counselors and other clinicians certified Medicaid providers (able to bill Medicaid for substance use disorder services)?
How many private practitioners and individual substance use disorder counselors and other clinicians are not certified Medicaid providers?
What percent of private practitioners and individual substance use disorder counselors and other clinicians are not certified Medicaid providers?
What plans does your state have to help private practitioners and individual substance use disorder counselors and other clinicians to be become Medicaid certified?
Does your SMHA work with your state Insurance Commissioner on what mental health benefits will be included in benefit plans?
Does your SMHA work with your state Insurance Commissioner on the implementation and enforcement of parity issues?
If your SMHA works with your state Insurance Commissioner on the implementation and enforcement of parity issues, describe any parity implementation or enforcement issues that are currently being worked on.
Does your SSA work with your state Insurance Commissioner on what substance use disorder benefits will be included in benefit plans?
Does your SSA work with your state Insurance Commissioner on the implementation and enforcement of parity issues?
If your SSA works with your state Insurance Commissioner on the implementation and enforcement of parity issues, describe any parity implementation or enforcement issues that are currently being worked on.
Has your state filed or is it planning to make a Medicaid State Plan Amendment that will include providing health home services targeting beneficiaries with mental health conditions?
Does your SMHA work with substance abuse and mental health providers to help them part part of a health home under Medicaid?
Does your SMHA provide technical assistance to providers to help them become part of a health home?
Does your SMHA provide funding to providers to help them become part of a health home?
Are community mental health provicers partnering with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to establish health homes that address mental health services?
How many community mental health providers are partnering with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to establish health homes that address mental health services.
Has your state filed or is it planning to make a Medicaid State Plan Amendment that will include providing health home services targeting beneficiaries with substance use disorder conditions?
Does your SSA work with substance abuse and substance use disorder providers to help them part part of a health home under Medicaid?
Does your SSA provide technical assistance to providers to help them become part of a health home?
Does your SSA provide funding to providers to help them become part of a health home?
Are community substance use disorder provicers partnering with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to establish health homes that address substance use disorder services?
How many community substance use disorder providers are partnering with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to establish health homes that address substance use disorder services.
Does your state have any Medicaid health homes currently providing mental health services?
How many Medicaid health homes providing mental health services are operating in your state?
How many consumers received mental health services from a health home last year?
How many consumers are currently receiving mental health services from a health home?
Have you documented any improved outcomes for individuals served by a health home?
Describe the improved outcomes for individuals served by a health home.
Do you have any measures of cost savings for persons in health homes?
Describe the cost savings for persons in health homes.
Have your state Medicaid health homes graduated from 90/10 Medicaid funding to the regular Medicaid pay scheme?
What funding sources have you located to replace the reduction in Medicaid funds for Medicaid health homes that have graduated from 90/10 Medicaid funding?
What plans do you have to replace the reduction in Medicaid funds for Medicaid health homes that will graduate from 90/10 Medicaid funding?
Does your state have any Medicaid health homes currently providing substance use disorder services?
How many Medicaid health homes providing substance use disorder services are operating in your state?
How many consumers received substance use disorder services from a health home last year?
How many consumers are currently receiving substance use disorder services from a health home?
Have you documented any improved outcomes for individuals served by a health home?
Describe the improved outcomes for individuals served by a health home.
Do you have any measures of cost savings for persons in health homes?
Describe the cost savings for persons in health homes.
Have your state Medicaid health homes graduated from 90/10 Medicaid funding to the regular Medicaid pay scheme?
What funding sources have you located to replace the reduction in Medicaid funds for Medicaid health homes that have graduated from 90/10 Medicaid funding?
What plans do you have to replace the reduction in Medicaid funds for Medicaid health homes that will graduate from 90/10 Medicaid funding?
Are there accountable care organizations (ACOs) already operating or being set up in your state that include mental healths services?
Describe any activities of the SMHA to ensurance that mental health services are part of the accountable care organizations (ACOs).
Is the SMHA providing technical assistance to providers to help them become part of an accountable care organization (ACO)?
Is the SMHA providing funding to providers to help them become part of an accountable care organization (ACO)?
Does your state have any accountable care organizations (ACOs) currently providing mental health services?
How many accountable care organizations (ACOs) in your state provide mental health services?
How many consumers received mental health services from an accountable care organization (ACO)?
How many consumers are currently receiving mental health services from an accountable care organization (ACO)?
Have you documented any improved outcomes for individuals served by an accountable care organization (ACO)?
Describe the improved outcomes for individuals served by an accountable care organization (ACO).
Do you have any measures about cost savings for persons in accountable care organizations (ACOs)?
Describe the cost savings for persons in accountable care organizations (ACOs).
Are there accountable care organizations (ACOs) already operating or being set up in your state that include substance use disorders services?
Describe any activities of the SSA to ensurance that substance use disorder services are part of the accountable care organizations (ACOs).
Is the SSA providing technical assistance to providers to help them become part of an accountable care organization (ACO)?
Is the SSA providing funding to providers to help them become part of an accountable care organization (ACO)?
Does your state have any accountable care organizations (ACOs) currently providing substance use disorder services?
How many accountable care organizations (ACOs) in your state provide substance use disorder services?
How many consumers received substance use disorder services from an accountable care organization (ACO)?
How many consumers are currently receiving substance use disorder services from an accountable care organization (ACO)?
Have you documented any improved outcomes for individuals served by an accountable care organization (ACO)?
Describe the improved outcomes for individuals served by an accountable care organization (ACO).
Do you have any measures about cost savings for persons in accountable care organizations (ACOs)?
Describe the cost savings for persons in accountable care organizations (ACOs).
Is your state working on a Dual Eligible Demonstration that will address persons with mental health disorders?
Describe any activities of the SMHA to ensure that mental health services are part of the Dual Eligible Program.
Is the Dual Eligible program using a capitated approach?
Is the Dual Eligible program using a fee-for-service/managed care approach?
Is the Dual Eligible program using another approach?
Describe other Dual Eligible program approach.
Describe your Dual Eligible Programs' work on mental health and/or substance use disorder services.
Is your state working on a Dual Eligible Demonstration that will address persons with substance use disorder disorders?
Describe any activities of the SSA to ensure that substance use disorder services are part of the Dual Eligible Program.
Is the Dual Eligible program using a capitated approach?
Is the Dual Eligible program using a fee-for-service/managed care approach?
Is the Dual Eligible program using another approach?
Describe other Dual Eligible program approach.
Describe your Dual Eligible Programs' work on mental health and/or substance use disorder services.
Is the SMHA working with FQHCs regarding their provision of mental health services?
Describe the SMHA's work with FQHCs regarding their provision of mental health services.
Is the SMHA working with other federal agencies on the integration of health with mental health services?
Describe the SMHA's work with other federal agencies on the integration of health with mental health services.
Is the SMHA working with FQHCs regarding their provision of substance use disorder services?
Describe the SMHA's work with FQHCs regarding their provision of substance use disorder services.
Is the SMHA working with other federal agencies on the integration of health with substance use disorder services?
Describe the SMHA's work with other federal agencies on the integration of health with substance use disorder services.
Is your state participating in other redesign or transformation activities to improve mental health and substance use disorder service quality and access?
Describe the SSA's or SMHA's roles in other redesign or transformation activities to improve mental health and substance use disorder service quality and access.
Has there been a change in your SMHA's state funding due to insurance reform and Medicaid Expansion?
Describe the change in your SMHA's state funding due to insurance reform and Medicaid Expansion.
Is your state planning a reduction of psychiatric hospital beds because of the reduction of DSH funds?
Describe the reduction of psychiatric hospital beds your state is planning because of the reduction of DSH funds.
Has there been a change in your SSA's state funding due to insurance reform and Medicaid Expansion?
Describe the change in your SSA's state funding due to insurance reform and Medicaid Expansion.
Is your state planning a reduction of psychiatric hospital beds because of the reduction of DSH funds?
Describe the reduction of psychiatric hospital beds your state is planning because of the reduction of DSH funds.
Does your state have a sufficient workforce to meet current service demands?
Have you identified a shortage of psychiatrists?
Have you identified a shortage of other MDs?
Have you identified a shortage of psychologists?
Have you identified a shortage of social workers?
Have you identified a shortage of nurse practitioners/physician assistants?
Have you identified a shortage of psychiatric nurses (RN)?
Have you identified a shortage of substance abuse counselors?
Have you identified a shortage of consumer/peer specialists?
Describe other professional disciplines in which you have identified workforce shortages.
Are workforce shortages spread unevenly around state, if your state does not have a sufficient workforce to meet current service demands?
Describe how workforce shortages are spread unevenly around the state.
Is your SMHA working on workforce capacity issues to address current needs, if your state does not have a sufficient workforce to meet current service demands?
Describe how your SMHA is working on workforce capacity issues ot address current needs.
Does your state have a sufficient workforce to meet current service demands?
Have you identified a shortage of psychiatrists?
Have you identified a shortage of other MDs?
Have you identified a shortage of psychologists?
Have you identified a shortage of social workers?
Have you identified a shortage of nurse practitioners/physician assistants?
Have you identified a shortage of psychiatric nurses (RN)?
Have you identified a shortage of substance abuse counselors?
Have you identified a shortage of consumer/peer specialists?
Are workforce shortages spread unevenly around state, if your state does not have a sufficient workforce to meet current service demands?
Describe how workforce shortages are spread unevenly around the state.
Is your SSA working on workforce capacity issues to address current needs, if your state does not have a sufficient workforce to meet current service demands?
Describe how your SSA is working on workforce capacity issues ot address current needs.
Does the state have enough mental health providers that accept Medicaid to meet current demand?
Does the state have enough mental health providers that accept private insurance to meet current demand?
Does the SMHA provide any funding to train the mental health workforce?
Describe how funding the SMHA provides to train the mental health workforce.
Does the SMHA work with universities/academia to support training of the mental health workforce?
Describe how the SMHA works with universities/academia to support the trianing of the mental health workforce.
Does the SMHA have any regulations or policies that permit the use of telemedicine for mental health services?
Do you have policies/rule/regulations that permit peer specialists to bill Medicaid to provide mental health services or supports?
Do you have a certification program to quality Peer Specialists to bill Medicaid?
Describe any other ongoing workforce development activities by the SMHA to meet current demand.
Does the state have enough substance use disorder providers that accept Medicaid to meet current demand?
Does the state have enough substance use disorder providers that accept private insurance to meet current demand?
Does the SSA provide any funding to train the substance use disorder workforce?
Describe how funding the SSA provides to train the substance use disorder workforce.
Does the SSA work with universities/academia to support training of the substance use disorder workforce?
Describe how the SSA works with universities/academia to support the trianing of the substance use disorder workforce.
Does the SSA have any regulations or policies that permit the use of telemedicine for substance use disorder services?
Do you have policies/rule/regulations that permit peer specialists to bill Medicaid to provide substance use disorder services or supports?
Do you have a certification program to quality Peer Specialists to bill Medicaid?
Describe any other ongoing workforce development activities by the SSA to meet current demand.
How many substance abuse providers does your SSA work with to help become part of a health home under Medicaid?
How many mental health providers does your SMHA work with to help become part of a health home under Medicaid?

Evidence-Based Practices
Number of Coping Power programs.
Number of persons served by Coping Power.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Coping Power programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Coping Power.
Coping Power are funded through state general funds
Coping Power are funded through Medicaid
Coping Power are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Coping Power are funded through local funds
Coping Power are funded through other funds
Current availability of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression
Number of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression programs.
Number of persons served by Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression are funded through state general funds
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression are funded through Medicaid
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression are funded through local funds
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression are funded through other funds
Current availability of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety
Number of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety programs.
Number of persons served by Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety are funded through state general funds
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety are funded through Medicaid
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety are funded through local funds
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety are funded through other funds
Current availability of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Number of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy programs.
Number of persons served by Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy are funded through state general funds
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy are funded through Medicaid
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy are funded through local funds
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy are funded through other funds
Current availability of Interpersonal Therapy for Depression
Number of Interpersonal Therapy for Depression programs.
Current availability of Assertive Community Treatment
Number of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is funded through state general funds
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is funded through Medicaid
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is funded through local funds
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is funded through other funds
What is the average staff to client ratio of your Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams in 2014: Patients per ACT Team staff member
Does your state have a single, bundled Medicaid rate that covers all Medicaid billable treatment, rehabilitation, and support services provided by the ACT team?
Current availability of Supported Employment
Number of Supported Employment programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Supported Employment programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Supported Employment.
Supported Employment is funded through state general funds
Supported Employment is funded through Medicaid
Supported Employment is funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Supported Employment is funded through local funds
Supported Employment is funded through other funds
Current availability of Medication Algorithms (Schizophrenia)
Number of Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia) programs.
Number of persons served by Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia).
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia) programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia).
Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia) is funded through state general funds
Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia) is funded through Medicaid
Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia) is funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia) is funded through local funds
Medication Algorithms (schizophrenia) is funded through other funds
Current availability of Medication Algorithms (Bipolar Disorders)
Number of Medication Algorithms (bipolar) programs.
Number of persons served by Medication Algorithms (bipolar).
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Medication Algorithms (bipolar) programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Medication Algorithms (bipolar).
Medication Algorithms (bipolar) is funded through state general funds
Medication Algorithms (bipolar) is funded through Medicaid
Medication Algorithms (bipolar) is funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Medication Algorithms (bipolar) is funded through local funds
Medication Algorithms (bipolar) is funded through other funds
Current availability of Family Psychoeducation
Number of Family Psychoeducation programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Family Psychoeducation programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Family Psychoeducation.
Family Psychoeducation is funded through state general funds
Family Psychoeducation is funded through Medicaid
Family Psychoeducation is funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Family Psychoeducation is funded through local funds
Family Psychoeducation is funded through other funds
Current availability of Integrated Dual Diagnosis (Mental Health/Substance Use Disorder) Treatment
Number of Integrated Mental Health/Substance Abuse Service programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Integrated Mental Health/Substance Abuse Service programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Mental Health/Substance Abuse Service.
Integrated Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services are funded through state general funds
Integrated Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services are funded through Medicaid
Integrated Mental Health/Substance Abuse Servicesa re funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Integrated Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services are funded through local funds
Integrated Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services are funded through other funds
Current availability of Illness Self-Management and Recovery
Number of Illness Self-Management and Recovery programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Illness Self-Management and Recovery programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Illness Self-Management and Recovery
Illness Self-Management and Recovery is funded through state general funds
Illness Self-Management and Recovery is funded through Medicaid
Illness Self-Management and Recovery is funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Illness Self-Management and Recovery is funded through local funds
Illness Self-Management and Recovery is funded through other funds
Current availability of Supported Housing
Number of Supported Housing programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Supported Housing programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Supported Housing.
Supported Housing is funded through state general funds
Supported Housing is funded through Medicaid
Supported Housing is funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Supported Housing is funded through local funds
Supported Housing is funded through other funds
Current availability of Consumer Operated Services
Number of Consumer Operated Services programs.
Number of persons served by Consumer Operated Services.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Consumer Operated Services programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Consumer Operated Services.
Consumer Operated Services are funded through state general funds
Consumer Operated Services are funded through Medicaid
Consumer Operated Services are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Consumer Operated Services are funded through local funds
Consumer Operated Services are funded through other funds
Specify Other Adult EBP
Current availability of Other
Number of Other Aldult programs
Number of persons served by Other Adult program
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Other Adult program
Fidelity measure/certification used for Other Adult program
Other Adult Program is funded through state general funds
Other Adult Program is funded through state general funds
Other Adult Program is funded through Mental Health Block Grants
Other Adult Program is funded through local funds
Other Adult Program is funded through other funds
Specify Other Adult EBP
Current availability of Other
Number of Other Aldult programs
Number of persons served by Other Adult program
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Other Adult program
Fidelity measure/certification used for Other Adult program
Other Adult Program is funded through state general funds
Other Adult Program is funded through state general funds
Other Adult Program is funded through Mental Health Block Grants
Other Adult Program is funded through local funds
Other Adult Program is funded through other funds
Current availability of Multisystemic Therapy (Conduct Disorder)
Number of Multisystemic Therapy (conduct disorders) programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Multisystemic Therapy (conduct disrorders) programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Multisystemic Therapy (conduct disorders).
Multisystemic Therapy are funded through state general funds
Multisystemic Therapy are funded through Medicaid
Multisystemic Therapy are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Multisystemic Therapy are funded through local funds
Multisystemic Therapy are funded through other funds
Current availability of Therapeutic Foster Care
Number of Therapeutic Foster Care programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Therapeutic Foster Care programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Therapeutic Foster Care.
Therapeutic Foster Care are funded through state general funds
Therapeutic Foster Care are funded through Medicaid
Therapeutic Foster Care are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Therapeutic Foster Care are funded through local funds
Therapeutic Foster Care are funded through other funds
Current availability of Functional Family Therapy
Number of Functional Family Therapy programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Functional Family Therapy programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Functional Family Therapy.
Functional Family Therapy are funded through state general funds
Functional Family Therapy are funded through Medicaid
Functional Family Therapy are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Functional Family Therapy are funded through local funds
Functional Family Therapy are funded through other funds
Current availability of Independent Youth for Schools
Number of Independent Youth for Schools programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Independent Youth for Schools programs.
Number of persons served by Independent Youth for Schools
Fidelity measure/certification used for Independent Youth for Schools
Independent Youth for Schools are funded through state general funds
Independent Youth for Schools are funded through Medicaid
Independent Youth for Schools are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Independent Youth for Schools are funded through local funds
Independent Youth for Schools are funded through other funds
Current availability of Second Steps
Number of Second Steps programs.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Second Steps programs.
Number of persons served by Second Steps
Fidelity measure/certification used for Second Steps
Second Steps are funded through state general funds
Second Steps are funded through Medicaid
Second Steps are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Second Steps are funded through local funds
Second Steps are funded through other funds
Current availability of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS)
Number of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) programs.
Number of persons served by Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS).
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS).
Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) are funded through state general funds
Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) are funded through Medicaid
Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) are funded through local funds
Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) are funded through other funds
Current availability of Incredible Years
Number of Incredible Years programs.
Number of persons served by Incredible Years.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Incredible Years programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Incredible Years.
Incredible Years are funded through state general funds
Incredible Years are funded through Medicaid
Incredible Years are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Incredible Years are funded through local funds
Incredible Years are funded through other funds
Current availability of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
Number of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy programs.
Number of persons served by Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy are funded through state general funds
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy are funded through Medicaid
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy are funded through local funds
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy are funded through other funds
Current availability of Parent Management Training - Oregon
Number of Parent Management Training - Oregon programs.
Number of persons served by Parent Management Training - Oregon.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Parent Management Training - Oregon programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Parent Management Training - Oregon.
Parent Management Training - Oregon are funded through state general funds
Parent Management Training - Oregon are funded through Medicaid
Parent Management Training - Oregon are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Parent Management Training - Oregon are funded through local funds
Parent Management Training - Oregon are funded through other funds
Current availability of Brief Strategic Family Therapy
Number of Brief Strategic Family Therapy programs.
Number of persons served by Brief Strategic Family Therapy.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Brief Strategic Family Therapy programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Brief Strategic Family Therapy.
Brief Strategic Family Therapy are funded through state general funds
Brief Strategic Family Therapy are funded through Medicaid
Brief Strategic Family Therapy are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Brief Strategic Family Therapy are funded through local funds
Brief Strategic Family Therapy are funded through other funds
Current availability of Problem Solving Skills Training
Number of Problem Solving Skills Training programs.
Number of persons served by Problem Solving Skills Training.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Problem Solving Skills Training programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Problem Solving Skills Training.
Problem Solving Skills Training are funded through state general funds
Problem Solving Skills Training are funded through Medicaid
Problem Solving Skills Training are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Problem Solving Skills Training are funded through local funds
Problem Solving Skills Training are funded through other funds
Current availability of Coping Power
Number of persons served by Interpersonal Therapy for Depression.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Interpersonal Therapy for Depression programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Interpersonal Therapy for Depression.
Interpersonal Therapy for Depression are funded through state general funds
Interpersonal Therapy for Depression are funded through Medicaid
Interpersonal Therapy for Depression are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Interpersonal Therapy for Depression are funded through local funds
Interpersonal Therapy for Depression are funded through other funds
Current availability of Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH)
Number of Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH) programs.
Number of persons served by Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH).
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH) programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH).
Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH) are funded through state general funds
Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH) are funded through Medicaid
Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH) are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH) are funded through local funds
Modular Approach to Therapy for Children (MATCH) are funded through other funds
Current availability of Managing and Adapting Practice
Number of Managing and Adapting Practice programs.
Number of persons served by Managing and Adapting Practice.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Managing and Adapting Practice programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Managing and Adapting Practice.
Managing and Adapting Practice are funded through state general funds
Managing and Adapting Practice are funded through Medicaid
Managing and Adapting Practice are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Managing and Adapting Practice are funded through local funds
Managing and Adapting Practice are funded through other funds
Current availability of Triple P (Level 4)
Number of Triple P (Level 4) programs.
Number of persons served by Triple P (Level 4).
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Triple P (Level 4) programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Triple P (Level 4).
Triple P (Level 4) are funded through state general funds
Triple P (Level 4) are funded through Medicaid
Triple P (Level 4) are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Triple P (Level 4) are funded through local funds
Triple P (Level 4) are funded through other funds
Current availability of Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents
Number of Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents programs.
Number of persons served by Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents.
Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents are funded through state general funds
Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents are funded through Medicaid
Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents are funded through local funds
Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Adolescents are funded through other funds
Current availability of Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC)
Number of Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) programs.
Number of persons served by Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC).
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC).
Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) are funded through state general funds
Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) are funded through Medicaid
Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) are funded through local funds
Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) are funded through other funds
Current availability of KEEP
Number of KEEP programs.
Number of persons served by KEEP.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of KEEP programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for KEEP.
KEEP are funded through state general funds
KEEP are funded through Medicaid
KEEP are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
KEEP are funded through local funds
KEEP are funded through other funds
Specify Other Child/Adolescent EBP
Current availability of Other Child/Adolescent EBP
Number of Other Child/Adolescent EBP programs.
Number of persons served by Other Child/Adolescent EBP.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Other Child/Adolescent EBP programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Other Child/Adolescent EBP.
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through state general funds
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through Medicaid
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through local funds
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through other funds
Specify Other Child/Adolescent EBP
Current availability of Other Child/Adolescent EBP
Number of Other Child/Adolescent EBP programs.
Number of persons served by Other Child/Adolescent EBP.
Assess/Monitor fidelity of Other Child/Adolescent EBP programs.
Fidelity measure/certification used for Other Child/Adolescent EBP.
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through state general funds
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through Medicaid
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through Federal Mental Health Block Grants
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through local funds
Other Child/Adolescent EBP are funded through other funds
Rate the extent to which a shortage of an appropriately trained workforce is a barrier for your SMHA to the implementation of EBPs
Rate the extent to which financing issues in paying for EBPs is a barrier for your SMHA to the implementation of EBPs
Rate the extent to which provider readiness and capacity to implement EBPs is a barrier for your SMHA to the implementation of EBPs
Rate the extent to which a mismatch of EBP models to specific community needs is a barrier for your SMHA to the implementation of EBPs
Rate the extent to which attaining or maintaining fidelity to EBP model standards is a barrier for your SMHA to the implementation of EBPs
Rate the extent to which resistance to implementing EBPs from providers and/or clinicians is a barrier for your SMHA to the implementation of EBPs
Is your SMHA working with academic or university partners to implement or evaluate EBPs or promising practices?
Describe how your SMHA is working with academic or university partners to implement or evaluate EBPs or promising practices.
Has the SMHA organized workforce training for child/adolescent evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized consumer training for child/adolescent evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized family members training for child/adolescent evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized workforce training for adult evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized consumer training for adult evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized family members training for adult evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized workforce training for older adult evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized consumer training for older adult evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized family members training for older adult evidence-based practices?
Specify other group that evidence-based practice training focus on.
Has the SMHA organized workforce training for other evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized consumer training for other evidence-based practices?
Has the SMHA organized family members training for other evidence-based practices?
Describe how your SMHA has organized any trianing for any EBPs or promising practices.
Are internal staff used to provide on-going training to providers related to evidence-based practices?
Is collaboration with universities used to provide on-going training to providers related to evidence-based practices?
Have research/training institute(s) been established to provide on-going training to providers related to evidence-based practices?
Is provider-to-provider training used to provide on-going training to providers related to evidence-based practices?
Are expert consultants used to provide on-going training to providers related to evidence-based practices?
Specify outside accrediting organizstion used to provide on-going training to providers related to evidence-based practices.
Specify other used to provide on-going training to providers related to evidence-based practices.
Specify other used to provide on-going training to providers related to evidence-based practices.
Is awareness/training used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices?
Is consensus building among stakeholders used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices?
Is the incorporation of evidence-based practices in contracts used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices?
Is monitoring of fidelity used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices?
Are financial incentives used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices?
Is modification of information systems and data reports used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices?
Are budget requests specfic to evidence-based practices used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices?
Specify other used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices.
Specify other used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices.
There are no initiatives used to promote the adoption of evidence-based practices.
Are enhanced reimbursement rates used by the SMHA to promote the adoption of EBPs?
Is pay for provision of training and/or technical assistance used by the SMHA to promote the adoption of EBPs?
Is public recognition of high performing EBP providers used by the SMHA to promote the adoption of EBPs?
Is reduced regulatory burden for providers using EBPs used by the SMHA to promote the adoption of EBPs?
Is fast-tracking providers using EBPs in competitive bidding processes used by the SMHA to promote the adoption of EBPs?
Is the direction of patients towards providers who use EBPs used by the SMHA to promote the adoption of EBPs?
Describe other strategies used by the SMHA to promote the adoption of EBPs?
There has been no observed changed in payments for EBPs as a result of the implementaion of Health Insurance Reform
Insurance is covering more medication related services, and the SMHA is shifting its funds to pay for services insurance will not pay for as a result of the implementaion of Health Insurance Reform
Describe what EBP services the SMHA is shifting to cover because insurance is not covering them as a result of the implementaion of Health Insurance Reform
Insurance is paying for more EBPs, the SMHA is shifting funds to pay for individuals who remain uninsured as a result of the implementaion of Health Insurance Reform
Describe how the SMHA is refocusing the use of its funds as a result of the implementaion of Health Insurance Reform
Describe other impacts of the implementaion of Health Insurance Reform on EBPs
Is outside accreditation used to provide ongoing training to providers related to evidence-based practices?
Fidelity measure/certification used for Integrated Mental Health/Substance Abuse Service.

Finance
Is day treatment/partial hospitalization covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is psychosocial rehabilitation covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is outpatient therapy covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are emergency/crisis services covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is assessment/diagnosis covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is treatment planning covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are prescription drugs covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are intensive in-home services covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is medication administration and monitoring covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is peer support covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are consumer-run services covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are wraparound services covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Specify other services covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package.
SMI Adults are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SMI adults is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SMI adults is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
SSI Adults are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SSI adults is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SSI adults is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
Non-SSI adults are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI adults is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI adults is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
SED kids are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SED kids is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SED kids is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
SSI kids are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SSI kids is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SSI kids is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
Non-SSI kids are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI kids is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI kids is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
Everybody else are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of everybody else is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of everybody else is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
SSI everybody else are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SSI everybody else is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of SSI everybody else is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
Non-SSI everybody else are excluded from the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI everybody else is voluntary under the 1115 waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI everybody else is mandatory under the 1115 waiver.
Approximately how many persons received behavioral health services under the 1115 waiver during 2014?
How many persons are covered under the 1115 waiver?
Maximum approved enrollment under the 1115 waiver?
Are behavioral health services administered through a Medicaid 1915(b) waiver(s)?
Is acute hospitalization covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is long-term hospitalization covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is inpatient care in state hospitals covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is crisis residential covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are residential treatment centers covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is day treatment/partial hospitalization covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is psychosocial rehabilitation covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Does the SMHA have portable benefits that follow a client from a state psychiatric hospital to the community?
If the SMHA has portable benefits that follow a client from a state psychiatric hospital to the community, please describe.
If the SMHA does not have portable benefits that follow a client from a state psychiatric hospital to the community, please describe why benefits are not portable.
Do counties/cities pay a share of the State Medicaid Match?
Does the SMHA retain Medicaid revenues of SMHA-operated state hospitals or doe those revenues revert to the treasury (general funds)?
Does the SMHA retain Medicaid revenues of SMHA-operated community programs or do those revenues revert to the state treasury (general funds)?
Is the SMHA responsible for paying the state match for Medicaid services for mental health services for SMHA operated programs?
Is the SMHA responsible for paying the state match for Medicaid services for mental health services for SMHA funded programs?
Describe how the SMHA pays the match for Medicaid services for mental health services.
Is the SMHA designated the single state agency responsible for setting Medicaid rates for mental health and Medicaid options?
Does the SMHA control Medicaid rates for mental health services in SMHA operated programs?
Does the SMHA control Medicaid rates for mental health services in SMHA funded programs?
Does the SMHA control Medicaid rates for mental health services in non-SMHA funded programs?
Are Medicaid Mental Health Services funded through Fee-for-Services only?
Describe how Fee-For-Services Medicaid payments are made.
Are behavioral health services administered through a Medicaid Research and Demonstration (1115) waiver.
Is acute hospitalization covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is long-term hospitalization covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is inpatient care in state hospitals covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is crisis residential covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are residential treatment centers covered under the 1115 managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is outpatient therapy covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are emergency/crisis services covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is assessment/diagnosis covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is treatment planning covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are prescription drugs covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are intensive in-home services covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is medication administration and monitoring covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is peer support covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are consumer-run services covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are wraparound services covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Specify other services covered under the 1915(b) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package.
SMI Adults are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SMI adults is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SMI adults is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
SSI Adults are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SSI adults is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SSI adults is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
Non-SSI adults are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI adults is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI adults is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
SED kids are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SED kids is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SED kids is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
SSI kids are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SSI kids is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SSI kids is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
Non-SSI kids are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI kids is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI kids is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
Everybody else are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of everybody else is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of everybody else is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
SSI everybody else are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SSI everybody else is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of SSI everybody else is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
Non-SSI everybody else are excluded from the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI everybody else is voluntary under the 1915(b) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI everybody else is mandatory under the 1915(b) waiver.
Approximately how many persons received behavioral health services under the 1915(b) waiver during 2014?
How many persons are covered under the 1915(b) waiver?
Maximum approved enrollment under the 1915(b) waiver?
Are behavioral health services administered through a Medicaid 1915(c) Home and Community-Based Waiver for Mental Health
Is acute hospitalization covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is long-term hospitalization covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is inpatient care in state hospitals covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is crisis residential covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are residential treatment centers covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is day treatment/partial hospitalization covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is psychosocial rehabilitation covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is outpatient therapy covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are emergency/crisis services covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is assessment/diagnosis covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is treatment planning covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are prescription drugs covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are intensive in-home services covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is medication administration and monitoring covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is peer support covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are consumer-run services covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are wraparound services covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Specify other services covered under the 1915(c) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package.
SMI Adults are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SMI adults is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SMI adults is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
SSI Adults are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SSI adults is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SSI adults is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
Non-SSI adults are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI adults is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI adults is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
SED kids are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SED kids is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SED kids is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
SSI kids are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SSI kids is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SSI kids is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
Non-SSI kids are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI kids is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI kids is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
Everybody else are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of everybody else is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of everybody else is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
SSI everybody else are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SSI everybody else is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of SSI everybody else is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
Non-SSI everybody else are excluded from the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI everybody else is voluntary under the 1915(c) waiver.
Coverage of Non-SSI everybody else is mandatory under the 1915(c) waiver.
Approximately how many persons received behavioral health services under the 1915(b) waiver during 2014?
How many persons are covered under the 1915(b) waiver?
Maximum approved enrollment under the 1915(b) waiver?
1915(i) Option: Is your state working on using the 1915(i) option to provide mental health services?
If your state applied to use the 1915(i) Option, has your state applied to use this option.
If your state applied to use the 1915(i) Option, what is the status of the application?
If your state applied to use the 1915(i) Option, please describe how your state is planning to use this option.
If your state has not applied to use the 1915(i) Option, is your state preparing to apply to use this option for mental health?
If your state has not applied to use the 1915(i) Option, but your state is preparing to apply to use this option for mental health, what is the status of the application?
If your state has not applied to use the 1915(i) Option, but your state is preparing to apply to use this option for mental health, please describe how your state is planning to use this option.
Approximately how many persons received behavioral health services under the 1915(i) option during 2014?
How many persons are covered under the 1915(i) option?
Maximum approved enrollment under the 1915(i) option?
Is acute hospitalization covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is long-term hospitalization covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is inpatient care in state hospitals covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is crisis residential covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are residential treatment centers covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is day treatment/partial hospitalization covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is psychosocial rehabilitation covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is outpatient therapy covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are emergency/crisis services covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is assessment/diagnosis covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is treatment planning covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are prescription drugs covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are intensive in-home services covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is medication administration and monitoring covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Is peer support covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are consumer-run services covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Are wraparound services covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package?
Specify other services covered under the 1915(i) managed behavioral healthcare benefit package.
Does Medicaid reimburse for school-based transportation services in your state?
Does Medicaid reimburse for in school mental health treatment services in your state?
Describe other mental health services in schools Medicaid reimburses in your state?
Are mental health services in nursing homes included in the Medicaid per diem rate for Medicaid recipients?
Are mental health services in nursing homes not included in the Medicaid per diem rate but paid for by Medicaid as an ancillary service?
Are mental health services in nursing homes not included in the per diem rate but paid for by the SMHA?
Are mental health services in nursing homes included in the daily rate charged to non-Medicaid covered residents?
Are mental health services for non_Medicaid residentis in nursing homes limited to private pay or third party pay reimbursement only (including Medicare)?
Are mental health services in nursing homes covered by the facility for persons in Medicare (SNF Benefit) covered stays?
Explain other way in which mental health services in nursing homes are paid for.
Does the SMHA receive dedicated taxes for mental health?
Do local counties/citiies/local taxing entities have dedicated taxes for mental health?
Please describe how your SMHA funds community mental health services.
Approximately what percent of the Mental Health Block Grant funds are spent on services for children/adolescents?
Approximately what percent of the Mental Health Block Grant funds are spent on services for children (age 0 to 12)?
Approximately what percent of the Mental Health Block Grant funds are spent on services for adolescents (age 13 to 17)?
Approximately what percent of the Mental Health Block Grant funds are spent on services for adults and elderly?
Approximately what percent of the Mental Health Block Grant funds are spent on services for adults (age 18 to 64)?
Approximately what percent of the Mental Health Block Grant funds are spent on services for older adults (age 65 and over)?
State general funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
State Special funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Medicare funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Veteran Affairs funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Other federal funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Local government funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
First party payments (self pay) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Third party (private insurance) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Charity/Donation funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for children (under 21).
State general funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
State Special funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Medicare funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Veteran Affairs funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Other federal funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Local government funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
First party payments (self pay) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Third party (private insurance) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Charity/Donation funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for adults.
State general funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
State Special funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Medicare funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Veteran Affairs funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Other federal funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Local government funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
First party payments (self pay) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Third party (private insurance) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Charity/Donation funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for older adults (over 65).
State general funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
State Special funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Medicare funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Veteran Affairs funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Other federal funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Local government funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
First party payments (self pay) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Third party (private insurance) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Charity/Donation funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for forensic.
State general funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
State Special funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Medicare funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Veteran Affairs funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Other federal funds (specify) are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Local government funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
First party payments (self pay) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Third party (private insurance) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Charity/Donation funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund inpatient state psychiatric hospital mental health services for sex offenders.
State general funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
State Special funds (specify) are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Medicare funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Veteran Affairs funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Other federal funds (specify) are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Local government funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
First party payments (self pay) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Third party (private insurance) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Charity/Donation funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital mental health services for other 24 hour care.
State general funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
State Special funds (specify) are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Medicare funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Veteran Affairs funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Other federal funds (specify) are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Local government funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
First party payments (self pay) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Third party (private insurance) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Charity/Donation funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund state psychiatric hospital ambulatory mental health services.
State general funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
State Special funds (specify) are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Medicare funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Veteran Affairs funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Other federal funds (specify) are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Local government funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
First party payments (self pay) funds are used to other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Third party (private insurance) funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Charity/Donation funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
Other (specify) funds are used to fund other state psychiatric hospital mental health services.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health inpatient services.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health residential (room and board) services.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health residential (support) services.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health outpatient (testing and treatment) services.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health extensive/intensive outpatient treatment.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health collatoral treatment.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health case management.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health case management.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
Other funds are used to fund community mental health crisis services (includes mobile crisis).
State general funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
Other funds are used to fund community mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT).
State general funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health Supported Employment.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health School-based services.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health wrap around services.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health in-home services.
State general funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Medicare funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health Peer/Consumer Operated services.
State general funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
State special funds (describe) are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
State Medicaid Match funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid (federal share) Clinic Option funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid (federal share) Rehabilitation Option funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid (federal share) Targeted Case Management funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(i) Option funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1115 Waiver funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(b) Waiver funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid (federal share) 1915(c) Waiver (home and community based) funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicaid (federal share) EPSDT funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Other Medicaid (federal share) funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Medicare funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Veterans Affairs funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
SAMHSA Mental Health Block Grant funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Social Services Block Grant funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used to fund Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Other Federal Funds funds are used to fund community mental health Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Local government funds are used to fund community mental health Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
First Party Payments (self pay) funds are used to fund community mental health Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Third Party (private insurance) funds are used to fund community mental health Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Charity/Donations funds are used to fund community mental health Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Other funds are used to fund community mental health Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Does the SMHA provide income supplements to persons with mental illnesses?
Does the SMHA provide rent supplements to persons with mental illnesses?
Does the SMHA provide employment supplements to persons with mental illnesses?
The SMHA provides other (specify) supplements to persons with mental illnesses.
The SMHA provides no supplements to persons with mental illnesses.
Is the state planning or implementing a change in how you finance the delivery of mental health services?
If the state is planning or implementing a change in how you finance the delivery of mental health services, describe.

Information Management
Is Mental Health's information management function combined with another disability service's?
What is the staffing (FTEs based on 40 hours a week) of the information management function for mental health in the SMHA?
What is the staffing (FTEs based on 40 hours a week) of the information management function for mental health in other State agency (when mental health IT functions are not in SMHA)?
What is the total contractor FTEs supporting the SMHA's IT functions?
What is the total staffing (FTEs based on 40 hours a week) of the information management function for mental health in other State agency (SMHA and OSA on Mental Health information management)?
What is the SMHA budget for personnel for information management?
Other information management function (specify).
What is the SMHA budget for other for information management?
What is the total SMHA budget for information management?
What are the SMHA operating funds for the mental health information management function?
What are the Federal funds, through the SMHA, for the mental health information management function?
Other funds (specify) for information management.
What are the other funds for the mental health information management function?
What are the Total funds for the mental health information management function?
How many CMHCs have implemented Electronic Health Records (EHR)?
How many state psychiatric hospitals have implemented Electronic Health Records (EHR)?
Has scheduling (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Hass physician order entry (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has treatment planning (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals
Has progress/case documentation (as part of an HER) been implemented in state hospitals
Has clinical assessments (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has external consultations (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has exchanging client info. With other providers (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has billing (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has pharmacy (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has dietary (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has patient admission, discharge, transfer (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Have medication algorithms (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has reporting (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Has patient trust/representative paye functions/tracking (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Other (specify) part of the EHR.
Has other (as part of an EHR) been implemented in state hospitals?
Does your SMHA use a single EHR system, or do state psychiatric hospitals and/or community mental health programs use different EHR systems?
Does your SMHA set standards or have requirements for state psychiatric hospital and/or community mental health Electronic Health Records (EHR)?
Describe the SMHA setting of standards or requirements for state psychiatric hospital and/or community mental health Electronic Health Records (EHR).
Are EHRs used in state psychiatric hospitals hosted by the provider, the SMHA, or a vendor?
Cost of the EHR software (including customization required by SMHA)?
Annual maintenance fees for the EHR software
Staff training costs for the EHR software
How many staff were involved in training for the EHR software?
Other costs for the EHR software
Describe the other costs for the EHR software.
What EHR software are you using in state psychiatric hospitals?
Are some or all of the software systems used at state psychiatric hospitals certified to meet the new meaningful use requirements for EHR systems?
If there are EHRs used at state psychiatric hospitals that are not certified, describe how and when the EHR system will be upgraded to a certified system.
What EHR software are you using in community mental health?
Are some or all of the software systems used in community mental health certified to meet the new meaningful use requirements for EHR systems?
If there are EHRs used in community mental health that are not certified, describe how and when the EHR system will be upgraded to a certified system.
Does your state have laws or rules providing extra confidentiality/privacy protections for mental health records (above the federal HIPAA rules)?
Describey our state's laws or rules providing extra confidentiality/privacy protections for mental health records (above the federal HIPAA rules).
How does your SMHA protect the privacy and security of mental health EHR information that is shared with other providers or with an HIE?
Are there consumer authorizations in place for sharing EHR data between providers or with an HIE?
If there are consumer authorizations in place for sharing EHR data between providers or with an HIE is there an opt-in model (consumer agrees to share their EHR data)?
If there are consumer authorizations in place for sharing EHR data between providers or with an HIE is there an opt-out model (consumer EHR information is shared unless the consumer elects to opt-out of having their information shared)?
Describe how the opt-in or opt-out model is applied for behavioral health (mental health and/or substance abuse clients).
Do consumers have access to their own EHR data via the SMHA?
Do consumers have access to their own EHR data via the providers?
Do consumers have access to their own EHR data via an HIE?
Describe how consumers can access their own EHR data and if they can edit or add comments to their EHR data.
Is EHR client data between state hospitals within the state?
Is EHR client data between community providers and state hospitals?
Is EHR client data between state hospitals and other general hospitals?
Is EHR client data between HMOs and other managed care firms and the SMHA?
Is EHR client data between community providers?
Is EHR client data through a Health Information Exchange (HIE)?
Describe other sharing of EHR client data.
Describe the types of EHR client data shared.
Does your SMHA support or have any initiatives underway to support mental health consumers having and using PHR?
Describe your SMHA's PHR activities.

Involuntary Mental Health Treatment
What was the commitment status of patients admitted to the state hospital and residents in state hospitals on the first day of FY 2014
Percent of admissions (and readmissions during the year who were voluntarily admitted
Percent of residents in the hospital on the first day of the year who were voluntarily admitted
Percent of admissions (and readmissions during the year who were involuntarily civilly committed
Percent of residents in the hospital on the first day of the year who were involuntarilly committed
Percent of admissions (and readmissions during the year who were involuntarily criminally committed
Percent of residents in the hospital on the first day of the year who were criminally committed
Describe other legal status for inpatient treatment
Percent of admissions (and readmissions during the year who had other legal status
Percent of residents in the hospital on the first day of the year who had other legal status
Is your SMHA able to access information about involuntary commitments?
Is information regarding involuntary holds in state psychiatric inpatient facilities available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding involuntary holds in other state-funded psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding involuntary holds in other private psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding the involuntarily civilly committed in state psychiatric inpatient facilities available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding the involuntarily civilly committed in other state-funded psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding the involuntarily civilly committed in other private psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding the involuntarily criminally committed in state psychiatric inpatient facilities available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding the involuntarily criminally committed in other state-funded psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding the involuntarily criminally committed in other private psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding sex offender status in state psychiatric inpatient facilities available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding sex offender status in other state-funded psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding sex offender status in other private psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Describe other legal status the SMHA is able to access information about.
Is information regarding other legal status in state psychiatric inpatient facilities available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding other legal status in other state-funded psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Is information regarding other legal status in other private psychiatric inpatient settings available to the SMHA?
Are there any restrictions for use and reporting of data on involuntary commitments?
Describe any restrictions on the use and reporting of data on involuntary commitments.
Total number of involuntary holds in state psychiatric inpatient facilities
Total number of involuntary holds in other psychiatric inpatient settings
Total number of involuntary holds in the state
Total number of involuntary civil commitments in state psychiatric inpatient facilities
Total number of involuntary civil commitments in other psychiatric inpatient settings
Total number of involuntary civil commitments in the state
Total number of involuntary criminal commitments in state psychiatric inpatient facilities
Total number of involuntary criminal commitments in other psychiatric inpatient settings
Total number of involuntary criminal commitments in the state
Total number of individuals with sex offender status in state psychiatric inpatient facilities
Total number of individuals with sex offender status in other psychiatric inpatient settings
Total number of individuals with sex offender status in the state
Describe other involuntary legal status
Total number of individuals with other legal status in state psychiatric inpatient facilities
Total number of individuals with other legal status in other psychiatric inpatient settings
Total number of individuals with other legal status in the state
What populations/individuals are excluded from the involuntary commitment data set?
What is the maximum period for which an individual can be held for observation or emergency evaluation under an involuntary hold status for issues related to mental health?
Does the mental health code allow the use of outpatient civil commitment?
Is the SMHA responsible for maintaining a database/information about consumers under an Outpatient Commitment Status?
Is the County or Local Provider Level responsible for maintaining a database/information about consumers under an Outpatient Commitment Status?
Describe other responsible for maintaining a database/information about consumers under an Outpatient Commitment Status.
How many persons were added to outpatient commitment in Fiscal Year 2013?
How many persons were added to outpatient commitment in Fiscal Year 2014?
How many total persons were under an outpatient commitment status in Fiscal Year 2012?
How many total persons were under an outpatient commitment status in Fiscal Year 2013?
How many total persons were under an outpatient commitment status in Fiscal Year 2014?
Has your SMHA received dedicated funding to support services to individuals under outpatient commitment?
If the SMHA received dedicated funding to support services to individual under outpatient commitment, how much did it receive?
Are there any recent changes to the state's inpatient or outpatient commitment laws?
Describe any recent changes to the state's inpatient or outpatient commitment laws?
Is your SMHA undertaking any anti-discrimination or anti-stigma public information initiatives to dispel the notion that persons with a mental illness are more violent than the general population?
If your SMHA undertaking any anti-stigma public information initiatives to dispel the notion that persons with a mental illness are more violent than the general population, describe these initiatives.
Does your state have a Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI) statute or case law?
How many persons were found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI) in FY 2014?
How many Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI) status patients were released (i.e., not counting conditional releases who are still in the hospital census) in FY 2014?
Does your state have a Guilty, but Mentally Ill (GBMI) statute?
How many persons were found Guilty, but Mentally Ill (GBMI) in FY 2014?
Does your state have a law mandating the hospitalization/commitment of sex offenders (as sexually violent predators, sexually dangerous persons, etc.)?
Under the sex offender law, who has responsibility for screening corrections inmates to identify candidates for commitment proceedings?
Under the sex offender law, who has responsibility for evaluating individuals whose commitment someone else has petitioned?
Under the sex offender law, who has responsibility for providing the facility in which the committed individual is served?
Under the sex offender law, who has responsibility for providing or paying for clinical services?
Under the sex offender law, who has responsibility for providing or paying for security services?
How many persons were committed in FY 2014 under the sex offender statute?
How many sex offender status patients were released from state hospitals in FY 2014?
Current adult forensic census for incompetence to stand trial
Current juvenile forensic census for incompetence to stand trial
Current forensic census for incompetence to stand trial
Current adult forensic census for not guilty by reason of insanity (NGRI)
Current juvenile forensic census for not guilty by reason of insanity (NGRI)
Current forensic census for not guilty by reason of insanity (NGRI)
Current adult forensic census for guilty but mentally ill (GBMI)
Current juvenile forensic census for guilty but mentally ill (GBMI)
Current forensic census for guilty but mentally ill (GBMI)
Current adult forensic census for pre-trial evaluation
Current juvenile forensic census for pre-trial evaluation
Current forensic census for pre-trial evaluation
Current adult forensic census for state prisoners transferred to mental health facilities
Current juvenile forensic census for state prisoners transferred to mental health facilities
Current forensic census for state prisoners transferred to mental health facilities
Current adult forensic census for jail detainees transferred to mental health facilities
Current juvenile forensic census for jail detainees transferred to mental health facilities
Current forensic census for jail detainees transferred to mental health facilities
Current adult forensic census for sexual offenders committed under a special sex offender commitment status
Current juvenile forensic census for sexual offenders committed under a special sex offender commitment status
Current forensic census for sexual offenders committed under a special sex offender commitment status
Specify other forensic status
Current adult forensic census for other
Current juvenile forensic census for other
Current forensic census for other
Current adult forensic census
Current juvenile forensic census
Current forensic census
Describe your state's activities to facilitate the transition of forensic clients back into the community.
What is the total number of forensic beds available in the state at any given time?

Organization and Structure
If there is a local government contribution to pay for mental health services, are these contributions required by the state?
Does the SMHA have an office or coordinator position established for co-occurring mental health and substance abuse services?
Describe the responsibilities/activities of the coordinator for co-occurring mental health and substance abuse services.
Does the SMHA have an office or coordinator position focues specifically on cultural competence issues for mental health and substance abuse services?
Describe the responsibilities/activities of the coordinator for co-occurring mental health and substance abuse services focused specifically on cultural competence issues.
How many Residential Treatment Facilities (RTC) are SMHA-Operated (only)
How many Residential Treatment Facilities (RTC) are SMHA-Funded (not including State operated programs)
Total (unduplicated) number of Residential Treatment Facilities (RTC)
Is the SMHA Director/Commissioner sit as a member of the Governor's Cabinet?
Not counting the SMHA Director or the Governor, how many formal organizational layers exist between the SMHA Director and the Governor?
Does the SMHA have a Board or Council that is charged with direct oversight of the SMHA?
Is the responsibility of the operation of State psychiatric hospitals contained within the SMHA (same State agency responsible for the funding and/or delivery of community-based mental health services)?
If no, what agency/department are State psychiatric hospitals located?
How is care coordinated between State psychiatric hospitals and community programs?
Please indicate the agency in which the SMHA is located:
Specify the other agency in which the SMHA is located:
Indicate the organizational location of the Substance Abuse Agency
If the Substance Abuse Agency is not part of the SMHA, is there are active interagency agreement?
Indicate the organizational location of the Intellectual Disability/Developmental Disability Agency
If the Intellectual Disability/Developmental Disability Agency is not part of the SMHA, is there are active interagency agreement?
Indicate the organizational location of Other Agency?
If the Other Agency is not part of the SMHA, is there are active interagency agreement?
Other Agency (specify)
Indicate the organizational location of the State Medicaid Agency.
If the State Medicaid Agency is not part of the SMHA, is there are active interagency agreement?
Indicate the organizational location of the State Housing Agency
If the State Housing Agency is not part of the SMHA, is there are active interagency agreement?
Indicate the organizational location of the State Public Health Department
If the State Public Health Department is not part of the SMHA, is there are active interagency agreement?
Is your state pursuing any initiatives to restructure or combine services so as to eliminate barriers to treatment and promote consumer choice?
Describe how your initiatives to restructure or combine services so as to eliminate barriers to treatment and promote consumer choice.
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Children and Youth Mental Health Services
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Elderly Mental Health Services
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Alzheimer's Disease
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Organiz Brain Syndrome Services
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Traumatic Brain Injury Services
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Court Evaluation of Mental Health Status
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Services to persons with mental illness in prison/jail
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Sex Offender Services
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Substance Abuse Services
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Intellectual Disability Services
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering Autism Services
Other (specify) Arena of SMHA responsibility
The responsibility of the SMHA in administering other
How many State Psychiatric Hospitals are SMHA-Operated (only)
How many State Psychiatric Hospitals are SMHA-Funded (not including State operated programs)
State Psychiatric Hospitals not operated or funded by the SMHA
Total (unduplicated) number of State Psychiatric Hospitals (unduplicated between state operated and state funded)
How many Community Mental Health Providers are SMHA-Operated (only)
How many Community Mental Health Providers are SMHA-Funded (not including State operated programs)
Total (unduplicated) number of Community Mental Health Providers (unduplicated between state operated and state funded)
How many Private Psychiatric Hospitals are SMHA-Funded (not including State operated programs)
Total (unduplicated) number of Private Psychiatric Hospitals (unduplicated between state operated and state funded)
How many General Hospitals with Separate Psychiatric Units are SMHA-Operated (only)
How many General Hospitals with Separate Psychiatric Units are SMHA-Funded (not including State operated programs)
Total (unduplicated) number of General Hospitals with Separate Psychiatric Units (unduplicated between state operated and state funded)
How many Nursing Homes and other ICF-MI and SNF Providers are SMHA-Operated (only)
How many Nursing Homes and other ICF-MI and SNF Providers are SMHA-Funded (not including State operated programs)
Total (unduplicated) number of Nursing Homes and other ICF-MI and SNF Providers
Number of SMHA-operated psychiactric hospitals JCAHO-accredited
Number of SMHA-operated psychiactric hospitals CMS-certified
Number of SMHA-operated psychiactric hospital beds that are CMS-certified
Indicate whith State Department/Division has statutory responsibility for forensic mental health services.
Does your State have a mental health forensic director or a person/group designated with primary oversight responsibility for forensic mental health services?
Does the Mental Health Forensic Director or the oversight committee for forensic mental health services administratively report to the State Mental Health Commissioner/Director?
Does the Mental Health Forensic Director or the oversight committee for forensic mental health services administratively report to the Deputy Assistant Mental Health Commissioner/Director?
Does the Mental Health Forensic Director or the oversight committee for forensic mental health services administratively report to the Mental Health Division Director?
Does the Mental Health Forensic Director or the oversight committee for forensic mental health services administratively report to the State Hospital Superintendent?
Specify the other person the Mental Health Forensic Director or the oversight committeee for forensic mental health services administratively reports to.
The responsibility of the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee for the state hospital forensic unit.
Specify other persons in state hospitals the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee is responsible for.
The responsibility of the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee for the other persons in state hospitals.
The responsibility of the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee for court evaluation services.
The responsibility of the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee for community forensic services.
The responsibility of the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee for correctional mental health service providers.
The responsibility of the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee for the forensic central office staff.
Specify other that the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee is responsible for.
The responsibility of the State Mental Health Forensic Director or the forensic mental health oversight committee for other.
Does the SMHA have a functional unit within its organization or staff primarily responsible for the planning, administration, and/or monitoring of forensic services?
What delivery setting does the SMHA use in treating forensic clients and sex offenders?
Name of free standing facility that serves forensic status clients only
Name of free standing facility that serves sex offender status clients only
Name of free standing facility that serves both forensic and sex offender status clients only
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in correctional settings?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in correctional settings?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for adults.
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in local jails or detenction centers?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in local jails or detention centers?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for adults in local jails or detention centers.
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in community correction populations (probation, parole, alternatives to incarceration, etc.)?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in community correction populations (probation, parole, alternatives to incarceration, etc.)?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for adults community correction populations (probation, parole, alternatives to incarceration, etc.)
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in prison?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in prison?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for adults prisons.
Specify other adult correction setting
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in other correctional setting?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for adults in other correctional setting?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for adults in other correctional settings.
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in correctional settings?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in correctional settings?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for children/adolescents in correctional settings.
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in local juvenile halls or detention centers?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in local juvenile halls or detention centers?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for children/adolescents in local juvenile halls or juvenile detention centers.
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in community correction populations (probation, parole, alternatives to incarceration, juvenile probation/suspension, etc.)?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in community correction populations (probation, parole, alternatives to incarceration, juvenile probation/susp
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for children/adolescents in community correction populations (probation, parole, alternatives to incarceration, juvenile probation/suspension, etc.)
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in prison?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in prison?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for children/adolescents in prison.
Specify other children/adolescents correction setting
Does the SMHA have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in other correctional setting?
Does city/county mental health agencies have responsibility for funding, operating, or providing mental health services for children/adolescents in other correctional setting?
Specify other agency that funds, operates or provides mental health services for children/adolescents in other correctional settings.
Describe how your SMHA is working with local jails and detention centers to improve mental health services in these settings.
Has the SMHA been organizationally relocated within State government since FY 2013?
Describe how the SMHA has been organizationally relocated within State government since FY 2012.
Is the SMHA restructuring the way community-based mental health services are delivered?
Description of how the SMHA is restructuring the way community-based mental health services are delivered if they are being restructured.
SMHA directly provides funds, but does not operate local community-based agencies.
SMHA funds county (single or multi-county) or city mental health authorities which, in turn, fund local provider agencies or directly provide mental health services: coverage is statewide.
SMHA funds county (single or multi-county) or city mental health authorities which, in turn, fund local provider agencies or directly provide mental health services: coverage is limited to parts of state.
SMHA directly operates community-based programs.
The primary mechanism used by the SMHA to administer its funds in support of community-based health services.
Indicate the extent to which county or city authorities in your State administer mental health services.
If county authorities are used, do some counties merge together to form multi-county mental health authorities?
Is there a local government contribution to pay for mental health services?

Policy
Is the SMHA currently involved in any activities to downsize, reconfigure, close, and/or consolidate one or more State psychiatric hospitals?
Is the SMHA involved in closing one or more hospitals?
Is the SMHA involved in increasing the size (up-sizing) of one or more hospitals?
Is the SMHA involved in consolidating two or more hospitals into one facility?
Is the SMHA involved in downsizing one ore more hospitals?
Is the SMHA involved in transferring state hospital patients to community inpatient facilities?
Is the SMHA involved in reducing the size of wards?
Is the SMHA involved in closing hospital wards?
Is the SMHA involved in opening a new hospital?
Is the SMHA involved in replacing an old hospital with a new hospital?
The SMHA is involved in other (specify).
Indicate the number of hospitals affected by reorganization, downsizing, or closures.
How many State hospitals have closed or merged since FY 2014?
Is your State planning to close any State psychiatric hospitals?
The number of State psychiatric hospitals your State is planning to close.
Is your State planning on merging any hospitals?
The number of State psychiatric hospitals your State is planning to merge.
Is your State planning on closing any State psychiatric hospital inpatient beds?
The number of State psychiatric hospital inpatient beds your State is planning to close.
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for acute inpatient care (less than 30 days) for children?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for acute inpatient care (less than 30 days) for adolescents?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for acute inpatient care (less than 30 days) for adults?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for acute inpatient care (less than 30 days) for the elderly?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for acute inpatient care (less than 30 days) for Forensic?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for intermediate inpatient care (30-90 days) for children?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for intermediate inpatient care (30-90 days) for adolescents?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for intermediate inpatient care (30-90 days) for adults?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for intermediate inpatient care (30-90 days) for the elderly?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for intermediate inpatient care (30-90 days) for Forensic?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for long-term inpatient care (more than 90 days) for children?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for long-term inpatient care (more than 90 days) for adolescents?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for long-term inpatient care (more than 90 days) for adults?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for long-term inpatient care (more than 90 days) for the elderly?
Does the SMHA currently use its state psychiatric hospital beds for long-term inpatient care (more than 90 days) for Forensic?
Do community mental health programs control admissions to state psychiatric hospitals?
Describe how community mental health programs control admissions to state psychiatric hospitals.
Do other mechanisms exist to control admissions to state psychiatric hospitals?
Describe other mechanisms to control admissions to state psychiatric hospitals.
Public general and local hospitals are required to be used as an initial admission site for psychiatric inpatient treatment before utilizing State hospital facilities for children.
Public general and local hospitals are required to be used as an initial admission site for psychiatric inpatient treatment before utilizing State hospital facilities for adolescents.
Public general and local hospitals are required to be used as an initial admission site for psychiatric inpatient treatment before utilizing State hospital facilities for adults.
Public general and local hospitals are required to be used as an initial admission site for psychiatric inpatient treatment before utilizing State hospital facilities for older adults.
Public general and local hospitals are not required to be used as an initial admission site for psychiatric inpatient treatment before utilizing State hospital facilities.
Please describe how general/local hospitals are used as initial admission sites for psychiatric inpatient services.
Does your state have a model of how many psychiatric inpatient beds are needed?
Describe how your state's model of how many psychiatric inpatient beds are needed?
Is your state experiencing a shortage of psychiatric beds?
Is there a shortage of acute (short term) beds in state psychiatric hospitals?
Is there a shortage of acute (short term) beds in private psychiatric hospitals, general hospitals)?
Is there a shortage of long term beds in state psychiatric hospitals?
Is there a shortage of long term beds in private psychiatric hospitals, general hospitals)?
Is there a shortage of forensic beds?
Describe other psychiatric bed shortages the state is experiencing
Has the shortage of psychiatric beds increased the waiting list for state hospital beds?
Has the shortage of psychiatric beds increased the waiting lists for other psychiatric beds?
Has the shortage of psychiatric beds resulted in overcrowding in state hospitals?
Has the shortage of psychiatric beds increased resistance to closing additional state hospital beds?
The shortage of psychiatric beds has affected other (describe).
What actions are your SMHA undertaking to address psychiatric inpatient bed shortages?
Are mobile crisis teams provided by the SMHA?
Number of persons receiving mobile crisis team services during FY 2014.
Are psychiatric emergency rooms provided by the SMHA?
Number of persons receiving pscyhiatric emergency room services during FY 2014.
Are 24-hour hotlnes provided by the SMHA?
Number of persons receiving 24-hour hotlines services during FY 2014.
Are crisis clinics providec by the SMHA?
Number of persons receiving crisis clinic services during FY 2014.
Are crisis stabilization beds provided by the SMHA?
Number of persons receiving crisis stabilization bed services during FY 2014.
Specify other crisis intervention services provided by the SMHA.
Number of persons receiving other services during FY 2014.
Specify other crisis intervention services provided by the SMHA.
Number of persons receiving other services during FY 2014.
Does your state work with law enforcement to train crisis intervention teams (CITs)?
Describe the crisis intervention team model used.
How much State General Revenue funds did your SMHA spend on crisis services in fiscal year 2014?
How much Medicaid funds did your SMHA spend on crisis services in fiscal year 2014?
How much Other funds did your SMHA spend on crisis services in fiscal year 2014?
Describe other funds used in fiscal year 2014 to provide crisis services.
Is your SMHA working with General Hospital Emergency Departments(EDs)/Emergency Rooms (ERS) to improve crisis services for persons with mental illnesses?
If your SMHA is working with General Hospital Emergency Departments/Emergency Rooms to improve crisis services for persons with mental illnesses, describe your work with Eds to improve crisis services.
What is the average wait for mental health consumers to be served in EDs?
Do consumers remain in Eds when they are ready to be discharged because there are not suitable placements for them (e.g., no available hospital beds and/or residential beds for those who need them)?
If consumers are remaining in Emergency Departments when they are ready to be discharged, describe any initiatives by your SMHA to reduce these waits.
Is your state developing/supporting alternative forms of mental health treatments to reduce the need for these hospitalizations?
If your state is developing/supporting alternative forms of mental health treatments, describe these initiatives.
Were state psychiatric hospitals privatized since the beginning of FY2014?
Name of the hospital privatized
Year hospital was privatized
Was entire hospital or parts of hospital functions privatized?
Description of parts of hospital functions that were privatized.
Name of the hospital privatized
Year hospital was privatized
Was entire hospital or parts of hospital functions privatized?
Description of parts of hospital functions that were privatized.
Name of the hospital privatized
Year hospital was privatized
Was entire hospital or parts of hospital functions privatized?
Description of parts of hospital functions that were privatized.
Has an entire forensic hospital been privatized?
Have forensic hospital units been privatized?
Have portions of forensic units or hospital(s) been privatized?
Describe the forensic programs that have been privatized.
Have SMHA-operated community mental health programs been privatized?
Describe the privatization of SMHA-operated community mental health programs
Has the SMHA privatized any mental health programs, but the state is studying or planning to privatize part of the mental health system in FY 2015.
If the state is studying or planning to privatize part of the mental health system in FY 2015, describe this initiative.
Are there any initiatives the SMHA is undertaking or planning to undertake to integrate public and private mental health providers over the next year?
Describe any initiatives the SMHA is undertaking or planning to undertake to integrate public and private mental health providers over the next year.
Is your SMHA involved in any class action lawsuits regarding your mental health service system?
Describe the nature of the class action lawsuit.
Is your SMHA operating under a Consent Decree as a settlement of a lawsuit?
Is the SMHA is operating under a Consent Decree, what year was the consent decree agreed to?
Describe the consent decree.
Is the SMHA promoting health and recovery-oriented service systems for individuals in recovery from mental health and substance use disorders by promoting health, wellness, and resiliency?
Is the SMHA promoting health and recovery-oriented service systems for individuals in recovery from mental health and substance use disorders by promoting recovery-oriented service systems?
Is the SMHA promoting health and recovery-oriented service systems for individuals in recovery from mental health and substance use disorders by engaging individuals in recovery and their families in self-directed care, shared decision making, and person-centered planning
Is the SMHA promoting health and recovery-oriented service systems for individuals in recovery from mental health and substance use disorders by promoting self-care and alternatives to traditional care?
Is the SMHA ensuring that permanent housing and supportive services are available for individuals in recovery from mental and substance use disorders by improving access to mainstream benefits (not specific for persons with mental illnesses), housing assistance programs, and supportive behavioral health services?
Is the SMHA ensuring that permanent housing and supportive services are available for individuals in recovery from mental and substance use disorders by building leadership, promoting collaborations, and supporting the use of evidence-based practices related to permanent supportive housing for individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and have mental and/or substance use disorders?
Describe the SMHA's permanent supportive housing programs.
Is the SMHA ensuring that permanent housing and supportive services are available for individuals in recovery from mental and substance use disorders by increasing the knowledge of the behavioral health field about homelessness among people with mental and/or substance use disorders?
Describe the SMAH's activities to increase the knowledge of the behavioral health field about homelessness among people with mental and/or substance use disorders.
Does your state recognize advanced directives for persons with mental illness?
How many advanced directives were completed last year by consumers in state psychiatric hospitals?
How many advanced directives were completed last year by consumers in community-based programs?
Under what circumstances are mental health programs required to follow advanced directives?
Does your SMHA have eligibility rules for adults for state general/special funds?
Does your SMHA have eligibility rules for adults for Medicaid funds?
Does your SMHA have eligibility rules for adults for other funds?
Describe/List other sources of funding for services for adults with mental illness
Does your SMHA have eligibility rules for children for state general/special funds?
Does your SMHA have eligibility rules for children or Medicaid funds?
Does your SMHA have eligibility rules for children for other funds?
Describe/List other sources of funding for services for children with mental illness.
Describe any restriction on who can receive SMHA-funded mental health services.
Is there an income cap below which individuals are eligible for SMHA services?
What is the income cap below which individuals are eligible for SMHA services?
Is there an illness severity requirement in order for individuals to be eligible for SMHA services?
Describe the illness severity requirement in order for individuals to be eligible for SMHA services.
Are collateral (non-mental health) services provided to family members/significant others of persons receiving SMHA services who may not themselves have a mental health diagnosis?
Describe the collateral (non-mental health) services provided to family members/significant others of persons receiving SMHA services who may not themselves have a mental health diagnosis.
Does your SMHA maintain a waiting list of persons in need of mental health services?
Describe the waiting lists of persons in need of mental health services?
How many persons are on the waiting list to receive mental health services.
Do you maintain waiting lists for inpatient services?
Do you maintain waiting lists for residential services?
Do you maintain waiting lists for case management?
List evidence-based practices that waiting lists are maintained for.
Do you maintain waiting lists for evidence-based practices?
Do you maintain waiting lists for housing?
Do you maintain waiting lists for Forensic Services?
List other services that waiting lists are maintained for.
Does your SMHA have a specialized plan for the provision of mental health services for older adults (persons aged 65 and over)?
If the SMHA has a specialized plan for the provision of mental health services for older adults, describe the plan.
If the SMHA has a specialized plan for the provision of mental health services for older adults, does your SMHA provide specialized training to providers regarding older adult mental health service needs and issues of mental illnesses?
Does your SMHA have initiatives to work with primary care providers and treat older adults with mental health problems in primary care settings?
Does your SMHA have initiatives to work with primary care providers and treat older adults with mental health problems in nursing homes?
Does your SMHA have initiatives to work with primary care providers and treat older adults with mental health problems in inpatient care (psychiatric settings)?
Does your SMHA have initiatives to work with primary care providers and treat older adults with mental health problems in other long term care settings?
Does your SMHA have initiatives to work with primary care providers and treat older adults with mental health problems in community mental health providers?
If the SMHA has initiatives to work with primary care providers and mental health specialty providers to helmp them recognize and treat older adults, please describe these initiatives.
Is the SMHA promoting the integration of behavioral health as a primary element in state and local preparedness for, response to, and recovery from disasters and other wide-scale traumatic events?
Describe the SMHA's integration of behavioral health as a primary element in state and local preparedness for, response to, and recovery from disasters and other wide-scale traumatic events?
Is the SMHA providing stakeholders with training, education, best practices, skills, and/or interventions related to the impact of disasters on behavioral health?
Describe the SMHAs training, education, best practices, skills, and/or interventionsfor stakeholders related to the impact of disasters on behavioral health.
Does your state have any mental health courts designed to help divert persons with mental illnesses from the criminal justice system into mental health treatment?
Do your mental health courts have access to dedicated or new resources to provide community-based treatments?
Have any communities in your state adopted any pre-booking diversion programs to help divert adults with mental illness into treatment?
Describe the pre-booking diversion programs communities in the state have adopted to help divert adults with mental illness into treatment.
Does your SMHA have any activities or funding to stimulate or support pre-booking diversion programs to help divert adults with mental illness into treatment?
Describe any SMHA activities or funding to stimulate or support pre-booking diversion programs to help divert adults with mental illness into treatment.
Has your SMHA adopted any post-booking, pre-adjudication diversion programs to help divert adults with mental illness into treatment?
Describe the post-booking, pre-adjudication diversion programs to help divert adults with mental illness into treatment that the SMHA has adopted.
Does your SMHA have any activities or funding to stimulate or support any type of criminal justice diverion program?
Describe the SMHA's activities or funding to stimulate or support any type of criminal justice diversion programs.
Does your state support diversion programs to help divert youth with mental illnesses from the juvenile justice system into treatment?
Describe the diversion programs to help divert youth with mental illnesses from the juvenile justice system into treatment that the state supports.
Are youth diverted pre-arrest from the juvenile justice system into treatment?
Are youth diverted at intake from the juvenile justice system into treatment?
Are youth diverted at adjudication from the juvenile justice system into treatment?
Specify other point in the juvenile justice system that youth are diverted into treatment.
Is your Juvenile Justice diversion program administerd by the SMHA?
Is your Juvenile Justice diversion program administerd by the State Juvenile Justice Agency?
Is your Juvenile Justice diversion program administerd jointly by the SMHA and the Juvenile Justice Agency?
Specify other agency that administers the juvenile justice diversion program.
Has your SMHA adopted, funded, or operated any re-entry programs designd to provide support for prisoners or jail detainees with mental illness and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorders who are returning to the community?
Describe the re-entry programs designed to provide support for prisoners or jail detainees with mental illness and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorders who are returning to the community that the SMHA has adopted, funded, or operated.
Does your SMHA support outpatient forensic services at jails for the restoration of competency?
Describe the outpatient forensic services at jails for the restoration of competency that your SMHA supports.
Were any of the following components of the SMHA-operated mental health system privatized since the beginning of FY 2014?

Services
Does the SMHA provide resources to support consumer-operated services?
How much is the SMHA spending on consumer-operated programs?
How many consumer-operated programs does the SMHA currently fund?
Are consumer-operated advocacy services funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated peer/mutual support services funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated non-residential crisis intervention services funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated transitional/supported housing services funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated residential crisis facilities funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated drop in centers funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated case management services funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated technical assistance funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated vocational rehabilitation/employment services funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated services promoting positive public attitudes funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated leadership skills training funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated social services funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated wellness/prevention services funded by the SMHA?
Is consumer-operated policy development funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated client-staff businesses funded by the SMHA?
Are consumer-operated research activities funded by the SMHA?
Specify other consumer-operated services funded by the SMHA.
Does the SMHA employ or require contracted providers to employ self-identified consumers to provide peer services to consumers?
Describe the SMHA's employment or requirement for contracted providers to employ self-identified consumers to provide peer services to consumers.
Does the state reimburse adult consumer peer specialists through Medicaid for providing mental health services?
Does the state reimburse adolescent consumer peer specialists through Medicaid for providing mental health services?
Describe the state's peer specialists programs(s).
Describe how peer specialists are licensed.
Does the SMHA offer self-help programs for persons with mental illnesses in state hospitals?
Does the SMHA offer self-help programs for persons with mental illnesses in community mental health programs?
In your SMHA's service model, are long term care services for mental health consumers provided in state psychiatric hospitals?
In your SMHA's service model, are long term care services for mental health consumers provided in nursing homes?
In your SMHA's service model, are long term care services for mental health consumers provided in nursing home IMDs?
In your SMHA's service model, are long term care services for mental health consumers provided in geriatric nursing home IMDs?
In your SMHA's service model, are long term care services for mental health consumers provided in nursing home special care units?
In your SMHA's service model, are long term care services for mental health consumers provided in private psychiatric hospitals?
In your SMHA's service model, are long term care services for mental health consumers provided in SMHA owned group homes?
In your SMHA's service model, are long term care services for mental health consumers provided in SMHA-funded group homes?
Describe other residential settings the SMHA's service model provides long term care services for mental health consumers.
Does the SMHA operate specialized nursing homes/intermediate care facilities (ICF) that serve persons with mental illnesses?
Does the SMHA fund specalized nursing homes/intermediate care facilities (ICF) that serve persons with mental illness?
Does the SMHA fund nursing homes (not specalized to treat mental illness) to serve persons with mental illnesses?
Does the SMHA oversee nursing homes that provide mental health services?
Does the SMHA provide training to nursing homes in providing services to persons with mental illnesses?
Describe the training to nursing homes in providing services to persons with mental illnesses that the SMHA provides.
Does the SMHA have a policy regarding the use of nursing homes by persons leaving state hospitals?
Describe the SMHA's policy regarding the use of nursing homes by persons leaving state hospitals.
Where are individuals with mental illnesses placed who do not require state psychiatric hospital level of care, but require nursing home level of care because of concurrent physical health disorders and are refused admission to nursing homes because of co
Does your SMHA have a housing plan (a delineated set of strategies) to address the housing needs of persons with serious mental illness?
Is there a housing coordinator or specalist within the SMHA who is responsible for increasing affordable housing opportunities for persons with serious mental illness?
Does the housing coordinator or specialist work full time on housing issues?
Does the housing coordinator or specialist work on other issues as well as housing?
Barriers to providing housing (1 - no problem, 5 - major problem): Lack of financial resources
Barriers to providing housing (1 - no problem, 5 - major problem): Lack of physical capital (housing units)
Barriers to providing housing (1 - no problem, 5 - major problem): Administrative barriers
Barriers to providing housing (1 - no problem, 5 - major problem): Coordination between housing administration, and SMHA
Barriers to providing housing: Describe other
Barriers to providing housing (1 - no problem, 5 - major problem): Other
Do you use Medicaid funds for any housing support services in your state?
Do you use SMHA funds for any housing support services in your state?
Describe other funds used for housing support services in your state.
Describe which services and housing programs are reimbursed and how long they have been part of your mental health services package.
List three of your state's best practices with respect to housing and/or residential services for adults with serious mental illnesses.
Does your SMHA operate fund, or participate in any suicide prevention programs for children?
Does your SMHA operate fund, or participate in any suicide prevention programs for adolescents?
Does your SMHA operate fund, or participate in any suicide prevention programs for adults?
Does your SMHA operate fund, or participate in any suicide prevention programs for older adults?
Does your SMHA operate fund, or participate in any suicide prevention programs for veterans and military personnel?
Does your SMHA operate fund, or participate in any suicide prevention programs for lesbian/gay/bisexual/trasngender (LGBT) individuals?
Describe your SMHA's suicide prevention programs.
Is your SMHA supporting crisis hotlines as a suicide prevention initiative?
Is your SMHA supporting continuit of care following discharge from emergency departments and inpatient psychiatric hospitalization as a suicide prevention initiative?
Is your SMHA supporting reducing access to lethal means for suicide as a suicide prevention initiative?
Is your SMHA supporting the training of mental health professionals in evidence-based treatments to reduce suicidal behaviors among the mentally ill as a suicide prevention initiative?
Is your SMHA supporting post-suicide support for families as a suicide prevention initiative?
Does your SMHA provide any evidence-based interventions to prevent the onset of mental health problems and to foster resilience?
Describe your SMHA's evidence-based intervention initiatives to prevent the onset of mental health problems and to foster resilience, including the specific program models, target population, and where they are delivered.
Does your SMHA collaborate with other systems and/or stakeholder groups on initiatives to prevent risk factors for mental health problems and to foster resilience?
Describe the SMHA's initiatives to collaborate with other systems and/or stakeholder groups to prevent risk factors for mental health problems and to foster resilience.
Does your SMHA offer any family-based and/or parenting support services as a prevention measure to support healthy emotional development of the minor aged children of the adult consumers that you are serving?
Describe the SMHA's family-based and/or parenting support services used as a prevention measure to support healthy emotional development of the minor aged children of the adult consumers that you are serving.
Does your SMHA have initiatives to improve the integration of mental health with primary healthcare?
Describe your SMHA's initiatives to improve the integration of mental health with primary healthcare.
Does your SMHA support the co-location of primary care in mental health programs?
Describe your SMHA's support for the co-location of primary care in mental health programs.
Does your SMHA support the co-location of mental health providers in primary care?
Describe your SMHA's support for the co-location of mental health providers in primary care.
Does your SMHA screen or assess mental health consumers for physical health issues in community mental health programs?
Are some or all consumers screened for physical health issues in all SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs?
Is screening of consumers for physical health issues in all SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs required by the SMHA?
Are state general funds used for the screening of consumers for physical health issues in all SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs?
Are Medicad funds used for the screening of consumers for physical health issues in all SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs?
Are Medicare funds used for the screening of consumers for physical health issues in all SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs?
Describe the other funds used for the screening of consumers for physical health issues in all SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs.
Describe why consumers are screened for physical health issues in some SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs
Are some or all consumers screened for physical health issues in some SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs?
Is screening of consumers for physical health issues in some SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs required by the SMHA?
Are state general funds used for the screening of consumers for physical health issues in some SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs?
Are Medicad funds used for the screening of consumers for physical health issues in some SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs?
Are Medicare funds used for the screening of consumers for physical health issues in some SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs?
Describe the other funds used for the screening of consumers for physical health issues in some SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs.
If some consumers are screened for physical health issues in some SMHA-funded or operated community mental health programs, specify who they are.
Does your SMHA require or work with mental health providers to screen for histories of trauma in persons served by the public mental health system?
Describe the SMHA activities to require or work with mental health providers to screen for histories of trauma in persons served by the public mental health system.
Does the SMHA have targeted efforts with mental health providers for co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders?
Describe the SMHA's targeted efforts with mental health providers for co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders.