Locally Initiated Needs Assessments
We reviewed the following locally initiated needs assessments:
Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (2015). Southeast Alaska Youth Behavioral Health Gaps and Needs Assessment. Bartlett Regional Hospital service area, McDowell Group.
Alcohol Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County (2015).Preparing for the Future: Policy Landscape and Needs Assessment for Mental Health and Addiction Services in Franklin County. Franklin County, Ohio, Health Policy Institute of Ohio and Community Research Partners.
Bauman, M., R. Bhatta, K. Kierulf-Vieira, E. Kuller, P. Wendt, and M.Y. Yu (2017). Staten Island Needs Assessment: Opioid Addiction Prevention and Treatment Systems of Care Capstone Research Report. Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, Staten Island, New York.
Beck Consulting and Hornby Zeller Associates (2016). Alaska Behavioral Health Systems Assessment Final Report. Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, MAT-SU Health Foundation, Alaska Division of Behavioral Health, Alaska Mental Health Board, Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.
California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) (2012). California Mental Health and Substance Use System Needs Assessment, Technical Assistance Collaborative/Human Services Research Institute.
CDC Prescription Drug Overdose: Data-Driven Prevention Initiative Planning Grant (2017). South Dakota Opioid Abuse Needs Assessment, Sage Project Consultants.
Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare (2016). Community Substance Use Needs Assessment. City of Chesapeake, Planning Council.
Chester, B., P. Mahalish, and J. Davis (2008). "Mental health needs assessment of off-reservation American Indian People in Northern Arizona." American Indian & Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 8(3): 25-40. Arizona, Native Americans for Community Action, Arizona Department of Health and Human Services.
Chontos, S. (2017). South Dakota Opioid Abuse Needs Assessment. South Dakota, Sage Consultants, South Dakota Department of Health.
Christopher, M.C., M. Jones, G. Baldwin, and E. McCance-Katz (2015). National and State Treatment Need and Capacity for Opioid Agonist Medication-Assisted Treatment. FDA, SAMHSA, et al. National and state.
City of Issaquah (2017). Community Needs Assessment for Health and Wellbeing Equity in Issaquah: A Social Determinants of Health Assessment. Issaquah, Washington, Health Resources in Action.
Cochran, B.N., K.M. Peavy, and J.S. Robohm (2007). "Do specialized services exist for LGBT individuals seeking treatment for substance misuse? A study of available treatment programs." Subst Use Misuse, 42(1): 161-176. National, University of Montana.
Delaware Department of Justice (2017). Prescription Opioid and Heroin Addiction Treatment Needs Assessment Final Report. Delaware, Hornby Zeller Associates .
Dillon, N. (n.d.). Mental Health and Substance Abuse Workforce Needs. Minnesota, Governors' Health Reform Task Force Workforce Work Group, Minnesota Department of Human Services.
District of Columbia Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation (2011). Needs and Assets Assessment of Washington, DC Youth Executive Summary. C. B. Amanda Asgeirsson, Kristina Beall, Ninma Idowu-Fearon, Christine Iverson, Nakita Kanu, Janice Llanos-Velazquez, Reena Mathew, Briana Nord, Chelsi Stevens, Nicole Vij, Ghada Khan, Yasir Shah, John Wedeles. Washington D.C., George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services.
Dolkar, T. (2014). Latinos in Minnesota: A Mental Health Needs Assessment. Minnesota, University of Minnesota, School of Social Work.
Englander, H., M. Weimer, R. Solotaroff, C. Nicolaidis, B. Chan, C. Velez, A. Noice, T. Hartnett, E. Blackburn, P. Barnes, P.T. Korthuis (2017). Planning and Designing the Improving Addiction Care Team (IMPACT) for Hospitalized Adults with Substance Use Disorder. Oregon regional "coordinated care organization", Oregon Health and Science University.
Greenfield, B.L., M.D. Owens, and D. Ley (2014). "Opioid use in Albuquerque, New Mexico: a needs assessment of recent changes and treatment availability." Addiction Science & Clinical Practice, 9(1): 10. Albuquerque, New Mexico, Department of Psychology and Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Addictions, University of New Mexico.
Han, B., W.M. Compton, C. Blanco and L.J. Colpe (2017). Prevalence, Treatment, and Unmet Treatment Needs of US Adults With Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders. National, Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, NIDA, et al.
Healthy Voices Healthy Choices Coalition (2017).Prescription Opioid Misuse and Heroin Use Among Youth and Young Adults in Anchorage, Alaska, Needs Assessment. Alaska, Alaska Injury Prevention Center.
Jones, E., L. Ku, S. Smith, and M. Lardiere (2014). County Workforce, Reimbursement, and Organizational Factors Associated with Behavioral Health Capacity in Health Centers. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Economic Analysis Evaluation and Modeling, George Washington University, School of Public Health and Health Services Department of Health Policy, et al. National.
Keystone Policy Center (2017). Bridging The Divide: Addressing Colorado's Substance Use Disorder Needs. Colorado, Keystone Policy Center.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (2010). The Substance Use and Addictions Workforce and Organizational Development Strategic Plan: Year 1 Results and Update. Massachusetts, DMA Health Strategies.
McAuliffe, W.E. (2004a). "Measuring treatment needs: A reply to Gfroerer, Epstein, and Wright." Addiction, 99: 1219-1220.
McAuliffe, W.E., and R. Dunn (2004b). "Substance abuse treatment needs and access in the USA: Interstate variations." Addiction, 99(8): 999-1014.
McAuliffe, W.E., P. Breer, N.W. Ahmadifar, and C. Spino (1991). "Assessment of drug abuser treatment needs in Rhode Island." American Journal of Public Health, 81(3): 365-371. Rhode Island, North Charles Foundation Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School at Cambridge Hospital.
McAuliffe, W.E., R. LaBrie, N. Lomuto, R. Betjemann, and E. Fournier (1999). "Measuring interstate variations in drug problems." Drug Alcohol Depend, 53(2): 125-145.
McAuliffe, W.E., R. Labrie, R. Woodworth, C. Zhang, and R.P. Dunn (2003). "State substance abuse treatment gaps." American Journal on Addictions, 12(2): 101-121. National, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Technical Center for Substance Abuse Needs Assessment, North Charles Research and Planning Group, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
McAuliffe, W.E., R. Woodworth, C. Zhang, and R.P. Dunn (2002). "Identifying substance abuse treatment gaps in substate areas." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 23(3): 199-208.
N.E.W. Mental Health Connection (2015). Community Mental Health Needs Assessment. D. Wegge and L. Warner. Fox Cities Wisconsin, St. Norbert College Strategic Research Institute.
New Hampshire Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (2014). Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Other Service Capacity in New Hampshire. New Hampshire, New Hampshire Center for Excellence.
New Jersey Department of Children and Families (2016). Inventory and Need Assessment for New Jersey Children's Behavioral Health.
New Mexico Department of Health (n.d.). Behavioral Health Needs and Gaps in New Mexico. C. Lovelace, Presbyterian MCOs, New Mexico state-wide, Technical Assistance Collaborative, Health Services Research Institute.
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) (2017). Community Needs Assessment and Gaps Analysis. Alliance Behavioral Healthcare.
North Dakota Department of Human Services, Behavioral Health Division (2016). NORTH DAKOTA Behavioral Health Assessment Gaps and Recommendations. North Dakota.
Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (1999). Oklahoma State Treatment Needs Assessment Studies, Alcohol and Other Drugs Study #3: Survey of Inmates, Probationers, and Parolees in the Oklahoma State Department of Corrections. Oklahoma Corrections.
Padwa, H., and B. Oeser (2013). White Paper on California Substance Use Disorder Treatment Workforce Development. UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs, California Department of Health Care Services.
Rural Healthcare Program of The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust (2015). Focus on South Dakota--A Picture of Health. South Dakota, Oregon Health & Science University (K.J. McConnell, M.M. Davis, M. Spurlock, T. Meath, D. McCarty), N. Knight-Richardson, Providence Center for Outcomes Research and Education (B. Wright, K. Dulacki, H.G. Li), North Dakota State University (D. Warne).
Saloner, B., N. Carson, B. Lê Cook (2014). Explaining Racial/Ethnic Differences in Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Completion in the United States. United States, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars Program, National Institute of Mental Health.
Schumacher, A., and P. Berenbaum (2015). Local Determinants of Health in Addison County. Middlebury College Community Engagement Program, Addison County, Vermont, Middlebury College.
Shasta Health Assessment and Redesign Collaborative (2015). Behavioral Health Needs Assessment and Gap Analysis Report. Health Alliance of Northern California.
Shepard, D.S., G.K. Strickler, W.E. McAuliffe, A. Beaston-Blaakman, M. Rahman, and T.E. Anderson (2005). "Unmet need for substance abuse treatment of adults in Massachusetts." Adm Policy Ment Health, 32(4): 403-426. Massachusetts, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
Siskiyou Health Care Collaborative (2015). Siskiyou County Behavioral Health Needs and Community Capacity Assessment With Implementation Plan. County, Siskiyou Health Care Collaborative Behavioral Health Task Group.
Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (2009). Needs Assessment and Resource Inventory. Missouri Institute of Mental Health, Mental Health Transformation State Incentive Grant (MHT-SIG) Missouri.
Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (n.d.). Utah Prevention by Design Needs Assessment. Utah, National Alliance on Mental Health Utah.
Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling (2007). The Accessibility of Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities in the United States for Persons with Disabilities. S.L. West. National.
Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (2015). Heroin Treatment Needs Assessment for Berkeley County, West Virginia. Berkely Countyy, West Virginia.
West, S.L. (2007). "The accessibility of substance abuse treatment facilities in the United States for persons with disabilities." J Subst Abuse Treat, 33(1): 1-5.