Project

Partnership for Success

Partnership for Success

Website: http://dmh.mo.gov/ada/mobhew/
Principal Investigator: Depue, Susan M.
Funder: SAMHSA (through Missouri DMH)
Official Title: Partnership for Success

Partnership for Success

The MIMH provides the Department of Mental Health (DMH) with the Project Director / Workgroup Chair and Epidemiologist for the Partnership for Success grant.  Through this grant, the Project Director oversees local coalitions as they implement data-driven decision making while addressing underage drinking and prescription drug abuse in their target communities.  This grant also allows the production of a wide range of written material for various audiences as well as presenting information directly to stakeholders through webinars and live demonstrations.  Products include the State Epidemiological Profile, two page profiles for each county in the state plus the City of St. Louis and hot topic briefs covering such issues as tobacco use, drinking and driving, and suicide. All of the products available on the website are designed to be understood by someone without a statistical background, making them ideal for distributing in the community.

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