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Mental Health Data Workbook and Training. Ann Arneill-Py, PhD, Executive Officer CA Mental Health Planning Council Stephanie Oprendek, PhD, Senior Associate California Institute for Mental Health All Directors Meeting - December 10, 2009. CA Mental Health Planning Council.

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mental health data workbook and training

Mental Health Data Workbook and Training

Ann Arneill-Py, PhD, Executive Officer

CA Mental Health Planning Council

Stephanie Oprendek, PhD, Senior Associate

California Institute for Mental Health

All Directors Meeting - December 10, 2009

ca mental health planning council
CA Mental Health Planning Council
  • Oversight of the public mental health system
  • Advocate for adults and older adults with SMI and children and youth with SED and their families
  • Advise DMH, the Legislature, and local boards on mental health policies and priorities
  • Evaluate the performance of local mental health programs
  • Oversight of education and training component of MHSA
mental health board requirement
Mental Health Board Requirement
  • Section 5604.2, Welfare and Institutions Code
    • Review and comment on the county’s performance outcome data and communicate its findings to the California Mental Health Planning Council
workbook
Workbook
  • Developed workbook to provide information to MHB/Cs on continuous quality improvement. Uses data on mental health services
    • Penetration rates (identifies potential unmet need)
    • Retention rates
      • (analyzed by gender, age, and race/ethnicity)
  • Data were provided to all Mental Health Directors to review in June 2009 to review for accuracy
  • Mandatory for MHB/Cs to complete workbook due to statutory mandate
  • Workbooks to be developed on an on-going 2-3 year cycle
workbook table of contents
Workbook Table of Contents
  • CHAPTER 1
  • BACKGROUND
  • Engaging in Continuous Quality Improvement…………………………............….......5
  • The Continuous Quality Improvement Process…………………………..................... 6
  • Access to Services (Penetration): Definition and Measurement……....................…8
  • Service Retention: Definition and Measurement……………………............….....…11
  • Using This Workbook to Examine Access (Penetration) and
  • Retention Information...............................................................................................12
  • CHAPTER 2
  • RACE/ETHNICITY: Access (Penetration) and Retention Information Analyzed by Race/Ethnicity
  • Examining and Interpreting the Access (Penetration) Charts…….............……...…15
  • Examining and Interpreting the Retention Charts………………...........…….…...….19Potential Factors Associated with Access and Retention Differences
  • by Race/Ethnicity………………………………………………..…………......…….......22
  • Questions to Guide the Continuous Quality Improvement Process…...........…...…25
  • CHAPTER 3
  • AGE: Access (Penetration) and Retention Information Analyzed by Age
  • Examining and Interpreting the Access (Penetration) Charts…………............…....28
  • Examining and Interpreting the Retention Charts………………………...............….31Potential Factors Associated with Access and Retention Differences
  • by Age………………………………………………………………………..........…...…34
  • Questions to Guide the Continuous Quality Improvement Process…...........…...…37
  • CHAPTER 4
  • GENDER: Access (Penetration) and Retention Information Analyzed by Gender
  • Examining and Interpreting the Access (Penetration) Charts…………................…40
  • Examining and Interpreting the Retention Charts………………………............…....43Potential Factors Associated with Access and Retention Differences
  • by Gender……………………………………………………………………….....……...46
  • Questions to Guide the Continuous Quality Improvement Process…..........…....…49
  • APPENDIX A: Statewide Access (Penetration) and Retention Charts…………............50
  • APPENDIX B: Access (Penetration) and Retention Data Tables……………............….63
  • ENDNOTES / REFERENCES.........................................................................................64
one day training
One-Day Training
  • CiMH will provide one-day trainings to MHB/Cs.
  • Uses an inter-county gathering format: 2-4 neighboring counties.
  • Each county will receive the training within the next 18 months.
  • Focus is on understanding CQI, data concepts, limitations of data, data interpretation.
  • Counties will explore their local penetration and retention data.
  • During the training, CiMH will assist MHB/Cs in responding to questions posed by the CMHPC contained in the workbooks.
county groupings for mhb c data trainings
County Groupings for MHB/C Data Trainings
  • Monterey*, San Benito, Santa Cruz
  • Shasta*, Siskiyou, Tehama
  • San Diego*, Imperial
  • Del Norte, Humboldt, Trinity
  • Madera, Merced, Stanislaus
  • Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sutter
  • Fresno, Kings, Tulare
  • Lassen, Modoc
  • Kern, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura
  • Nevada, Plumas, Sierra, Yuba
  • Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino
  • Lake, Mendocino, Sonoma
  • Amador, El Dorado, Placer
  • Sacramento, San Joaquin, Yolo
  • Solano, Napa, Marin
  • San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara
  • Alameda, Contra Costa
  • Alpine, Inyo, Mono
  • Calaveras, Tuolumne, Mariposa

* Pilot County

data workbook questions access penetration by race ethnicity
Data Workbook Questions: Access/Penetration by RACE/ETHNICITY
  • What are your findings regarding access/penetration for mental health services by race/ethnicity? What racial/ethnic groups have higher access (penetration)?
  • What factors in your county account for differences in access (penetration) by race/ethnicity; e.g., transportation, geography, mental health literacy, stigma?
  • What barriers exist in your county to increasing the access (penetration) for mental health services for the identified underserved race/ethnic groups?
  • What is your understanding of what your county is doing to increase access (penetration) for mental health services by race/ethnicity; e.g., implementing the Mental Health Services Act and your county’s Cultural Competence Plan?
  • What recommendations do you have for increasing the access/penetration for mental health services for the identified underserved racial/ethnic groups in your county?
data workbook questions service retention by race ethnicity
Data Workbook Questions: Service Retention by RACE/ETHNICITY
  • What are your findings regarding retention in mental health services by race/ethnicity? What racial/ethnic groups have higher retention in mental health services?
  • What factors in your county account for differences in retention by race/ethnicity; e.g., transportation, geography, mental health literacy, stigma?
  • What barriers exist in your county to increasing the retention in mental health services for the identified underserved racial/ethnic groups?
  • What is your understanding of what your county is doing to increase retention in mental health services by race/ethnicity; e.g., implementing the Mental Health Services Act and your county’s Cultural Competence Plan?
  • What recommendations do you have for increasing retention in mental health services for the identified underserved racial/ethnic groups in your county?
contact information
Contact Information

Ann Arneill-Py, PhD, Executive Officer

CA Mental Health Planning Council

1600 9th Street, Room 420

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 651-3803

[email protected]

Stephanie Oprendek, PhD, Senior Associate

California Institute for Mental Health

2125 19th Street, 2nd Floor

Sacramento, CA  95818

(916) 556-3480 ext. 155 (916) 284-8146 (cell)

[email protected]

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