Reports and Presentations
For more information on reports and projects (current & past), please contact Dennis McBride, Research Director, WIMHRT at email@example.com)
Current and On-going Projects
Consumer Satisfaction Telephone Surveys
Adult Consumer Satisfaction Telephone Surveys
The Adult Consumer Surveys are designed to examine the quality of Washington State’s publicly funded mental health services. WIMHRT conducted telephone surveys with a random sample of over 8600 adult consumers (18 years or older) from across the state each year, in the following years: 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010. Respondents were asked about five main areas of service satisfaction: General Satisfaction, Quality of Services, Participation in Treatment Goals, Access to Services, and Perceived Outcomes.Adult Consumer Satisfaction Survey Tool Kit-new!Adult Consumer Satisfaction Survey Fact Sheet
2002 & 2004 Perceptions Comparison (Adult Consumer Surveys)
Child & Family Consumer Satisfaction Telephone Surveys
The Youth and Family Consumer Surveys are designed to examine the quality of Washington State’s publicly funded mental health services. WIMHRT conducted phone surveys of a random sample of over 4000 youth consumers (13-20 years old) and primary caregivers 3-12 years old from across WA State each year, in the following years: 2002, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010. Respondents were asked about seven main areas of service satisfaction: General Satisfaction, Voice in Service Delivery, Staff Satisfaction, Staff Cultural Sensitivity, Access to Services, Perceived Outcomes, & Appropriateness of Service.Child and Family Consumer Satisfaction Survey Tool Kit-new!Child and Family Consumer Satisfaction Survey Fact Sheet
Evidenced-Based Pactices Provider Online Surveys
Evidenced-Based Practices (EBPs) are those that have been proven effective through scientific research and evaluation. The widespread and appropriate use of EBPs can dramatically increase the efficacy and efficiency of a service-delivery system. In 2007, WIMHRT surveyed a total of 281 agencies from the Mental Health Division, the Division of Alcohol & Substance Abuse (DASA), Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration (JRA) and the Children’s Administration (CA) to assess the utilization and effectiveness of mental health evidenced-based practices in Washington State. In 2008, 2009 & 2010 WIMHRT also surveyed agencies and produced reports for DBHR.
'Marty Smith' Safety Curriculum & Training Report
2009 Final Report to the Mental Health Division (MHD) on the development of curriculum & CDs for Train-the-Trainer sessions ('Marty Smith' Safety Training).
- WA-PACT Fidelity Assessment Summary Report
- WA-PACT Consumer Recovery Outcomes Report
For PACT reports, please contact Maria Monroe-DeVitafirstname.lastname@example.org
Mental Health Transformation Grant Surveys
ROSI / Transformation Grant Telephone Survey
In 2006, WIMHRT conducted a telephone survey of 668 randomly selected adult mental health consumers across Washington State. This survey was part of an ongoing assessment of the State’s efforts to transform mental health services into a more recovery-oriented system, in accordance with the aims of the Mental Health Transformation Grant. Respondents were asked about their experiences and perceptions of current mental health services, as well as stigma based on their mental illness.
Proof of Concept Surveys
These two surveys are being conducted by WIMHRT in collaboration with the Mental Health Transformation Project.
Please contact Dennis McBride for more email@example.com
Adult (Adult Facility)
Child (Seattle School District)
Peer Specialist Training Telephone Survey
Peer Specialist Report for Mental Health Transformation Grant and the Mental Health Division. WIMHRT, in collaboration with DSHS/MHD, has been offering Peer Specialist Certification Trainings since 2005. In Spring 2009, the Mental Health Transformation Project funded a telephone survey with peer specialists to examine and evaluate the hiring process within WA State for peers. Over 260 peers participated. (Completed Fall 2009)
Information on Past Reports can be found here