The Emergency Room Enhancement initiative is designed to improve access to Community Mental Health Centers for Missourians who often seek treatment for psychiatric conditions or substance use disorders in Emergency Rooms.
MOSBIRT is a substance abuse prevention project that has screened more than 200,000 Missourians in various medical settings for risky substance use behaviors. Those at risk are offered 1 to 6 brief evidence based sessions to reduce those risks. With this early intervention, individuals can reduce their risks and improve their health.
Implementing training and clinical practice of Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment (SBIRT) for physicians, nurses, social workers, and other providers in general healthcare settings to address substance misuse and abuse.
Report on the needs of and resources for families with young children (0-8) living in the 63106 and 63107 zip codes in the City of St. Louis. Findings are drawn from interviews, focus groups, surveys and secondary data sources.
MIMH has provided program evaluation services to agencies in the community, statewide and nationally for the past 40 years. With expertise in both process and outcome evaluation, MIMH has worked hand-in-hand with organizations to improve program services and assess program effectiveness.