What Has the CalMHSA Statewide Mental Health Prevention and Early Intervention Implementation Program Done So Far?
Jul 11, 2014
The California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) statewide Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) program comprises three strategic initiatives: (1) reduction of stigma and discrimination toward those with mental illness, (2) prevention of suicide, and (3) improvement in student mental health. Community agencies serve as PEI program partners to perform activities intended to meet the goals of the initiatives. This report evaluates the progress of the PEI program partners in achieving their goals and establishes baseline population tracking of key risk factors and long-term outcomes targeted by the initiatives. Based on a model to assess the program partners' capacities and resources and a recent survey of California adults, this report shows that the partners have greatly expanded their abilities to launch numerous PEI activities and programs.
Initiative- And Program-Level Activities
Stigma and Discrimination Reduction
Student Mental Health
General Population Statewide Survey
RAND General Population Survey Baseline Results
Program Partner Descriptions
SDR Evaluation Tools
Suicide Prevention-Related Material
Student Mental Health Tools
Review of SDR Program Partner Websites and Their Contents
Definition of Website Analytics Terms
General Population Survey Items