Performance Indicator Project Reports
The Vermont Mental Health Performance Indicator Project (PIP) supports data-based decision making within and across statewide public sector systems of behavioral health care. The Performance Indicator Project Reports are created by the Department of Mental Health Research and Statistics team.
Weekly PIP reports are emailed to subscribers and posted to this website. To subscribe to the PIP distribution list, contact the Performance Indicator Project team.
The reports are categorized by the following titles (please note that some may be cross-listed in several categories):
- Service Program
- Type of Indicators
- Cross Sector Indicators
- Other Topics
- Indicators Using Probabilistic Population Estimation
- HMIS Caseload Overlap with Adult Mental Health and Criminal Justice Caseloads in Rural Vermont, Calendar Year 2008 Presented at New England Regional Homeless Management Information Symposium, UMASS, Boston, May 18, 2009.
- Employment of Adults with SMI in Vermont. Poster Presented at the Center for Mental Health Services 2010 Presented at National Block Grant and Data Conference, Washington DC, June 23, 2010.
- Community Services to Vermont Veterans. Poster Presented at the Center for Mental Health Services 2010 National Block Grant and Data Conference, Washington DC, June 23, 2010.
Baseline Data for Monitoring the Impact of Health Care Reform On Mental Health Service Recipients and Others. Poster presented at the National Data Infrastructure Grant Conference, Washington DC, June 29, 2011.