Research & Reports

Under contract with HCCMHC, Wilder Research provides evaluation and research support to the Collaborative. Their work includes: coordinating the data collection efforts among Collaborative -funded programs and examining the impact of these initiatives; evaluating the Collaborative’s overall functioning; and conducting special projects to explore topics to inform the Collaborative’s efforts.

Hennepin County’s Gender-Specific Programs: 2016 Evaluation Report Evaluation of Programs Designed to Meet the Needs of System-involved Girls
This report highlights 2016 findings of from the evaluation of Hennepin County’s gender-specific programs.  2016 Evaluation Report Evaluation of Programs Designed to Meet the Needs of System-involved Girls

Evaluation of School-based Mental Health Services in Hennepin County: Understaing the Impact of Services on Students
Understanding the Impact of Services on Students, September 2016

Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative, 2015 metrics of success summary: This document summarizes the 2015 results for the Collaborative’s overall metrics of success, in areas such as the collaborative partnerships, funding areas, work group strategies, and system impact.   Link to document:  HCCMHC 2015 Annual Report, March 2016

Hennepin County’s Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation (DOCCR) 2015
This report are a summary of the findings of from DOCCR funded programs.  Link to the report:  DOCCR Programs 2015

Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative Cross Cultural Agencies Report to the collaborative 2013-2015
This report summarizes the work and lessons learned by cross-cultural agencies funded from 2013-2015.
Link to the document:  HCCMHC Cross Cultural findings 2013-2015

Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative 2014 Annual Report: This report summarizes key metrics collected by the programs funded by the Collaborative during 2013, including initiative related to juvenile justice, early childhood, and cultural competence. It also includes highlights of interviews and focus groups that were conducted by Wilder Research with representative(s) from each funded agency.
Link to document: HCCMHC 2014 Annual Report, April 2015

Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative, 2014 metrics of success summary: This document summarizes the 2014 results for the Collaborative’s overall metrics of success, in areas such as the collaborative partnerships, funding areas, work group strategies, and system impact.
Link to document: HCCMHC 2014 Metrics Report, April 2015

Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative
2014 Collaboration Report: Every other year, the Collaborative conducts a survey of all its members to assess their perceptions of the collaborative’s effectiveness and functioning. The report includes recommendations for the collaboration to consider in building on their strengths and addressing partner concerns.
Link to document:  HCCMHC 2014 Collaboration Report, April 2015

 

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