Project includes activities surrounding the provision of evaluation, training, and consultation services to PHSKC. These include developing, conducting and analyzing a needs assessment for mental health providers and agency leads to further refine a tier 2/3 model of care. Training and consultation supports will be provided.
The State Implementation and Scaling-up of Evidence-based Practices (SISEP) Center is a national technical assistance center funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs. Through this subcontract, the UW SMART Center has a subcontract to develop a micro-credentialling program on implementation science (IS) for educators, and to develop and convene a […]
The goals of the proposed research are to 1) distinguish sexual and gender minoritized (SGM) subgroups and intersections at heightened risk for alcohol use (AU; e.g., bisexuals and trans persons, SGM young women of color), 2) assess the role of state policies in moderating AU risk, and 3) delineate moderators and mechanisms of heightened AU […]
This study, funded as part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Systems for Action research program, evaluates the feasibility of the Youth Wellness Hub as a hyper-local community governance model for integrating delivery and financing systems for youth behavioral health and wellness services. The Youth Wellness Hub combines three social policy tools that are separately […]
The project supports delivery of an empirically-supported technical assistance package for implementing contingency management to improve treatment adherence among persons with stimulant use disorders.
In conjunction with American Academy of Addiction Psychiatrists, this two-year grant extends regional contribution to an Opioid Response Network (ORN) by offering a range of technical assistance efforts in prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and recovery in HHS Region 10 (AK, ID, OR, and WA states).
The aims of the current project are to: 1) Engage stakeholders to identify targets for ACT SMART redesign to optimize its fit for middle and high school providers who serve autistic adolescents; 2) Conduct prototyping and usability field testing of the redesigned ACT SMART and iteratively refine to ensure usability, feasibility, acceptability, and appropriateness for […]
This project provides direction, training, technical assistance, and evaluation of the Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP) being implemented by 13 community agencies and 15 sites serving 20 counties and up to 1490 mothers/families in Washington State.