This project is the starting point for a potentially transformative opportunity to extending the reach of mental healthcare professionals into the large and often underserved population of youth sport participants.
This project is initiating a collaboration between clinicians and law enforcement for dementia crisis intervention in order to establish appropriate safety measures to be enacted in WA communities.
This project will address an urgent need for evidence-based, culturally responsive approaches to increase protective factors against substance use and mental illness in AI/AN communities.
This project will begin foundational work to inform the development of a family-focused lifespan clinic at UW serving adults and children with ADHD.
In this project, contingency management will be implemented in supportive housing facilities to increase resident utilization of beneficial services.
This project will survey community pharmacy staff and behavioral healthcare providers in Washington State to assess the acceptability, appropriateness and feasibility of long-acting injectable antipsychotics administration in community pharmacies.
The IRIS Study is a longitudinal examination of young adults who have experienced an unwanted sexual experience in the past year, and those who have never had an unwanted sexual experience. This study aims to prospectively examine how young adults’ thoughts about a recent unwanted sexual experience are shaped by and influence social relationships and […]
The team at the University of Washington (UW) will be working on this norms documentation project as “Phase One” of two separate contracts (the other to The Montana Institute (TMI)). At the request of ACT Missouri (with funding from the Missouri Department of Transportation), the UW team proposed survey items and collected data on both […]
Project includes the design and development of survey instruemnts for the provider-level skills and agency-level readiness needs assessment and analyzing the data.
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.