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CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Partnership

The Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health was created July 1st, 2000, funded in part by federal grants, but made possible primarily by core funding provided by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. This funding initiated what has become a productive multi-year collaboration between DMHAS senior leadership and PRCH focused both on the transfer of science-to-service (e.g., identifying and implementing evidence-based practices) and on the use of science (e.g., data, service innovation) to identify and address pressing issues that emerge in the process of providing care to the DMHAS population.

This service-to-science focus has involved the development, evaluation, and dissemination of innovative services oriented toward addressing important unmet needs of DMHAS clients. In addition to evidence-based practices, the major areas for this collaboration have been creating a recovery-oriented system of care, identifying and redressing health care disparities based on race, ethnicity, and culture through the cultivation of a culturally-responsive system of care, and exploring alternative approaches for high risk populations.

Key deliverables from this partnership have included:

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For more information about the CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Partnership, please contact Larry Davidson, Ph.D.