Patient Engagement in Behavioral Health

Patient Engagement in Behavioral Health

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New Orleans 504HealthNet
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504HealthNet is an association comprised of 21 non-profit and governmental organizations in the Greater New Orleans area. http://504healthnet.org

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Patient Engagement for Health
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The "Patient Engagement for Health" website curates Open Data sets and other Resources of Interest for Public Health, Medicine and Innovation.

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Veterans Affairs National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics
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National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics (NCVAS) Web Site. The web site contains a collection of statistics, data, and reports about Veterans and the utilization of VA benefits and services.

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VA Hospital Compare
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Veterans Health Administration works with many quality organizations including the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Healthcare Organizatins and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to create and publicly report hospital quality information. This information measures how well hospitals care for their patients. The hospital quality measures on this website show treatments for three of the most common and costly conditions that hospitals treat and for patients having surgery. Research shows that these treatments provide the best results for most patients with those conditions. Hospitals, doctors, scientists, and other health care professionals agree that these quality measures give a good snapshot of the quality of care that hospitals give. Hospitals should try to give all of their patients the recommended care when it is appropriate. The goal for each measure is 100 percent. For three conditions (heart attack, heart failure, and pneumonia) the website also presents information about surivival at 30 -days and readmission rates. You should know, however, that a hospital's quality is more than just its scores on these measures. Hospitals provide care for other illnesses and conditions. Some hospitals may admit patients that are sicker. A hospital should be able to tell you what steps it is taking to improve its care. The information you will find on this website is intended to help you when you talk with your physician or hospital about how you can best get the care you need.

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VA Pharmacy Benefits Management Services - National Formulary
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The VA National Formulary is a listing of products (drugs and supplies) that must be available for prescription at all VA facilities, and cannot be made non-formulary by a Veteran Integrated Service Network (VISN) or individual medical center. Regarding chemical or biological entities that by law must be submitted to the United States (U.S.) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for pre-marketing approval, only those entities that actually have been approved by FDA using New Drug Application (NDA), Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA), or biologics license, may be added to the VA National Formulary.

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Pillbox: A Website & Resource To Aid With Unknown Pill Identification
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*The Pillbox website was developed to aid in the identification of unknown pills (oral solid dosage form medications). It combines images of pills with appearance and other information to enable users to visually search for and identify oral solid dosage form medications.

*Once a pill has been identified, additional information is provided, including brand/generic name, ingredients, and the National Drug File identification number. Links are provided to NLM drug information resources, such as drug labels from DailyMed and the Drug Information Portal, which searches NIH and FDA drug information resources.

Disclaimer

*Pillbox's source data is known to have errors and inconsistencies. Read this document for more information. The Food and Drug Administration, National Library of Medicine, and pharmaceutical companies are working to improve the quality of this data.

*API documentation is available on GitHub: https://github.com/lostonroute66/pillbox/wiki/Pillbox-API-documentation

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#HelloMyNameIs Resources
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Dr. Kate Granger is a Physician, and also a terminally ill cancer patient. During a hospital stay last summer she observed "The stark observation that many staff looking after me did not introduce themselves before delivering care. Resources are available on the #HelloMyNameIs .

Dr. Granger continues...

"This felt very wrong so encouraged and supported by my husband we decided to start a campaign to encourage and remind healthcare staff about the importance of introductions in the delivery of care. I firmly believe it is not just about knowing someone's name, but it runs much deeper. It is about making a human connection, beginning a therapeutic relationship and building trust. In my mind it is the first rung on the ladder to providing compassionate care."

*Resources are linked to the #HelloMyNameIs website.

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Rent Controlled San Francisco Affordable Housing
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Proportion of Housing Stock that is Rent-Controlled or Affordable, San Francisco, CA Percentage of housing that is either subject to rent control regulations or reserved for low income groups at below market rates by census tract

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San Francisco Rent Burden
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Excessive Rent Burden, San Francisco, CA Percent of renter households whose gross rent is 50% or more of their household income.

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Housing Code Violations 20131004 HFDS. San Francisco
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Housing Code Violations, San Francisco, CA The location of buildings, inspections and violations that were issued by the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection (DBI), San Francisco Department of Health (SFDPH), and The San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) for 1/2008 – 8/2013 for residential buildings in San Francisco. This dataset adheres to the House Facts Data Standard version 1.2 - which is a government open data standard that provides a uniform format for reporting governmental data on the regulation of health and safety laws for residential housing in a machine readable format. The specification links data to the residential building understanding that a single building may have multiple dwelling units and multiple owners. For more information about the standard, please see https://github.com/codeforamerica/housefacts_spec

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San Francisco Housing Affordability Gap
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Housing Affordability Gap by Neighborhood, San Francisco, CA The data illustrate median two bedroom home sale prices per neighborhood with an estimated income needed to afford the median priced home versus what the median neighborhood household income is as of the 2010 American Community Survey.

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HTF Code-a-thon Provider Survey Results (May 2014)
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Health Technology Forum Code-a-thon: Survey for Providers

Responses to Questions Include: *What are the Top 5 challenges (aside from cost), that you face in providing adequate mental health care for your patients? *Do you currently have measures in place, to address the above challenges on an ongoing basis? If yes, what types of measures do you use? *Would you consider using a mobile device/application that helped you monitor the daily health/well-being of your patient? *Would you recommend the use of web-based applications to your mental health patients/caregivers, so they can access their clinical information?

The San Francisco Department of Public Health Innovation Hub for the Safety Net and The Health Technology Forum http://ciaqsf.org/programs/innovation-hub.html http://healthtechnologyforum.com/

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HTF Code-a-thon Patient Survey Results (May 2014)
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Health Technology Forum Code-a-thon: Survey for Patients

Responses to Questions Include: *Would you use mobile applications (i.e. to remind you to take your medication, track your mood) as part of your treatment? *Would you use wearable devices (i.e. Devices that can track your heart rate and blood pressure, wrist bands to track exercise performance and mood, others) as part of your treatment? *Would you like to access a website where you could view your clinical information and treatments?

The San Francisco Department of Public Health Innovation Hub for the Safety Net and The Health Technology Forum http://ciaqsf.org/programs/innovation-hub.html http://healthtechnologyforum.com/

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Patient Engagement in Behavioral Health: Results of Flash Needs Assessment (May 2014)
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Responses to Questions Include: *Patient factors *Patient/provider communication *Wait time *Homelessness *Community Services *Health system issues *Information Technology *Interoperability Between the Behavioral Health Record and the Medical Record *Other *The San Francisco Department of Public Health Innovation Hub for the Safety Net and The Health Technology Forum http://ciaqsf.org/programs/innovation-hub.html http://healthtechnologyforum.com/

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California Student Self-Inflicted Injury Hospitalizations (KidsData)
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California Student Self-Inflicted Injury Hospitalizations, by Age Kidsdata- Self- Inflicted- Injury- Hospitalizations--by- Age-( All- Years)

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California Student Marijuana or Other Drug Use (KidsData)
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California Student Marijuana or Other Drug Use (How High Students Report Getting), by Grade Level, by California County

Kidsdata- Marijuana-or- Other- Drug- Use-( How- High- Students- Report- Getting)--by- Grade- Level-for-2008-2010-( All- Years)

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California Student Mental Health  Hospitalizations (Kidsdata)
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Student Hospitalizations for Mental Health Issues, by Age Group, by County Kidsdata- Hospitalizations-for- Mental- Health- Issues--by- Age- Group--2012

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California Student Alcohol Use (Kidsdata)
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Student Alcohol Use (How Much Students Report Drinking), by Grade Level, by County

Kidsdata- Alcohol- Use-( How- Much- Students- Report- Drinking)--by- Grade- Level-for-2008-2010-( All- Years)

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San Francisco: Zip Code To Supervisor Lookup With Contact Information
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Lists intersecting Supervisor Districts and ZIP Codes for City and County of San Francisco, and provides contact information for the corresponding supervisor.

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San Francisco Supervisorial Districts (as of April 2012)
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Supervisorial Districts, developed by Redistricting Task Force, submitted on 18 April 2012. Note: for mapping and analysis purposes, the non-land areas of the districts have been removed in this version. The original submitted dataset with ocean and bay included described here; http://www.sfgov2.org/index.aspx?page=3450.

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Brief Reports - Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)
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Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) Reports provide brief overviews of the substance abuse and mental health issues within the State of California, including the prevalence of substance use and abuse, treatment resources, mental health indicators, and SAMHSA grant funding. To review this state’s information, click on the PDF link below.

*State Barometer for California: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/StatesInBrief/2k14/California_BHBarometer.pdf

*State Report for California: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/StatesInBrief/2k9/CALIFORNIA_508.pdf

*Short State Report for Adolescents in California: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/StatesInBrief/2k9/OASTeenReportCA.pdf

*DAWN Emergency Department Metro Report of San Francisco: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/StatesInBrief/2k9/CityReports/SanFrancisco_CA.pdf

*BHSIS Substance Abuse Treatment Metro Report for San Francisco: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/StatesInBrief/2k9/CityReports/BHSIS/CA/SanFrancisco/SanFrancisco.htm

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National - SAMSHA Drug Abuse Warning Network - Nation 2011 All MA
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SAMSHA's Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) is a Public Health surveillance system that monitors drug-related hospital emergency departments (EDs) and drug-related deaths investigated by medical examiners and coroners (MEs)

This file includes Emergency Department Visits by Drug, Drug Listings, Dispositions and Demographics

Contains separate tables for Psychotherapeutic and Illicit Drugs Emergency Department Visits.

Additional Resources: *Glossary of DAWN Terms, 2011 Update: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/2k13/DAWN2k11ED/rpts/DAWN2k11-Glossary.htm *Drug Abuse Warning Network Methodology Report, 2011 Update: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/2k13/DAWN2k11ED/rpts/DAWN2k11-Methods-Report.htm *Guide to Drug Abuse Warning Network Trend Tables, 2011 Update: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/2k13/DAWN2k11ED/rpts/DAWN2k11-Trend-Tables.htm *Drug Reference Vocabulary: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/dawn/DRV/Drug%20Reference%20Vocabulary.zip

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San Francisco Division - SAMSHA Drug Abuse Warning Network - San Francisco - SF Div 2011 All MA
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The Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMSHA) Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) is a Public Health surveillance system that monitors drug-related hospital emergency departments (EDs) and drug-related deaths investigated by medical examiners and coroners (MEs)

*This file includes Emergency Department Visits by Drug, Drug Listings, Dispositions and Demographics

*Contains separate tables for Psychotherapeutic and Illicit Drugs Emergency Department Visits.

Additional Resources: *Glossary of DAWN Terms, 2011 Update: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/2k13/DAWN2k11ED/rpts/DAWN2k11-Glossary.htm *Drug Abuse Warning Network Methodology Report, 2011 Update: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/2k13/DAWN2k11ED/rpts/DAWN2k11-Methods-Report.htm *Guide to Drug Abuse Warning Network Trend Tables, 2011 Update: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/2k13/DAWN2k11ED/rpts/DAWN2k11-Trend-Tables.htm *Drug Reference Vocabulary: http://www.samhsa.gov/data/dawn/DRV/Drug%20Reference%20Vocabulary.zip

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San Francisco Health Facilities
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Health Care Facilities, San Francisco, CA Locations, types, and services of Public Health facilities in San Francisco.

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Youth and Senior Populations, San Francisco, CA
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Number of residents under 18 and number of residents 65 and over.

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San Francisco Transit Frequency - Public Transportation Stops and Routes
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*Public Transportation Stops and Routes - San Francisco, CA *Stop locations for all of public transit routes that serve San Francisco. Records indicate stop location and name, the associated route, and the number of times the route passes through the stop during a seven day week.

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California Department Of Public Health - 2010 Hospitals Located In California - CDPH. CA. GOV - LNC - 2010 Hospitals (185189)
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CDPH.CA.GOV - LNC - 2010 Hospitals (185189)

Description Hospital location information. Hospital types include: Acute Psychiatric, Chemical Dependency Recovery, General Acute Care

Posted on December 20, 2011 by CA Data Directory Administrator

Agency: California Department of Public Health

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Mental Health Screening Tools from The SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions
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Despite the high prevalence of mental health and substance use problems, too many Americans go without treatment — in part because their disorders go undiagnosed. Regular screenings in primary care and other healthcare settings enables earlier identification of mental health and substance use disorders, which translates into earlier care. Screenings should be provided to people of all ages, even the young and the elderly. The resources include: •Depression Screening Tools, •Drug & Alcohol Use Screening Tools, •Bipolar Disorder Screening Tools, •Suicide Risk Screening Tools, •Anxiety Disorders Screening Tools, •Trauma Screening Tools

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OSHPD - San Francisco General Hospital Facility Summary Report 2013 Emergency Department
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OSHPD Profile/Summary reports. The enhanced version combines report periods into an annual view of a facility’s Hospital Inpatient (IP), Emergency Department (ED) or Ambulatory Surgery (AS) patient level data. The Inpatient Profile Report is available from 1996 to current, the ED & AS Profile Reports are available from 2005 to current.

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OSHPD - San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) Hospital Chargemaster 2013 106380939 CDM All 2013
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A hospital charge description master, also known as a chargemaster or CDM, contains the prices of all services, goods, and procedures for which a separate charge exists. It is used to generate a patient's bill. As required by the Payers' Bill of Rights, each hospital is required to submit a copy of its chargemaster, a list of average charges for 25 common outpatient procedures, and the estimated percentage change in gross revenue due to price changes each July 1. Comments document may be found at: http://www.oshpd.ca.gov/Chargemaster/Hospitals/2013/San%20Francisco%20General%20Hospital/106380939_Comments_2013.docx

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OSHPD Registered Nurse Shortage Areas - RNSAv12
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The California Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission (HWDD) reviews California's counties Medical Service Study Areas (MSSAs) to assess population density, provider-to-population ratios, poverty levels, and public health indicators for eligibility to receive federal assistance for health care through federally designated Health Professional Shortage Areas

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OSHPD Primary Care Shortage Areas - PCSAv13
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The California Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission (HWDD) reviews California's counties Medical Service Study Areas (MSSAs) to assess population density, provider-to-population ratios, poverty levels, and public health indicators for eligibility to receive federal assistance for health care through federally designated Health Professional Shortage Areas

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California Healthcare Facilities - OSHPD HWDD - OSHPD Healthcare Facilities201210
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The California Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission (HWDD) reviews California's counties Medical Service Study Areas (MSSAs) to assess population density, provider-to-population ratios, poverty levels, and public health indicators for eligibility to receive federal assistance for health care through federally designated Health Professional Shortage Areas

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California Patient Origin & Market Share
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The Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) advances safe, quality healthcare environments through innovative and responsive services that: finance emerging needs; ensure safe facilities; support informed decisions; and cultivate a dynamic workforce. The OSHPD Healthcare Information Division Collects data and distributes information on health & healthcare in California.

•Patient Origin & Market Share Pivot Profiles The PO/MS Pivot Profiles identify where in the state (specified by ZIP Code) patients come from for treatment at a selected hospital, emergency department, or ambulatory surgery center, as well as the facilities that patients from a selected ZIP Code or county go to for treatment.

•Healthcare Atlas Hospital “Core Market” Maps Hospital markets are defined as the ZIP Code areas in which 70% of the patients from a single hospital reside. The data is based on inpatient data collected by OSHPD’s MIRCal data collection system for discharges during the most recent calendar year. The detail pages about specific California hospitals provide market information, including patient origin, hospital market area maps, and hospital market geographic overlaps.

•Patient Origin & Market Share Query Tool The PO/MS Query Tool is similar to the PO/MS Pivot Profiles but includes service line categories and permits age or payer group selections to support marketing, planning, and evaluation.

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A Quick Guide to Health Literacy Fact Sheet from The HHS Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
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The Quick Guide to Health Literacy is for government employees, grantees and contractors, and community partners working in healthcare and public health fields.

It contains:

*A basic overview of key health literacy concepts

*Techniques for improving health literacy through communication, navigation, knowledge-building, and advocacy

*Examples of health literacy best practices

*Suggestions for addressing health literacy in your organization

*Contains a list of resources, including Web sites, research studies, and additional publications on health literacy.

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California HealthCare Foundation -  Tableau Mental Health Workbook
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Mapping the Gaps: Mental Health in California About 1 in 20 adults in California suffers from a serious mental illness, though rates can vary widely by region. What other factors tied to mental illness show similar geographic variations?

California shows wide geographic variation in rates of serious mental illness. The state’s poorest areas often have the highest rates of mental illness, and they are also among the regions with the fewest licensed mental health professionals to provide treatment.

Read more: http://www.chcf.org/publications/2013/07/data-viz-mental-health#ixzz30sfw3y00

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Linguistically Isolated Households, San Francisco, CA
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San Francisco Non English Speaking Persons Proportion of households in which no one 14 and over speaks English only or speaks English ‘Very Well.'

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San Francisco Commute Time
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Public Transit Commute Time, San Francisco, CA Public transportation commute time in minutes by transportation district

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San Francisco Homeless Population
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Homeless Population, San Francisco, CA Unsheltered homeless persons by supervisorial district.

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San Francisco Income
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Per Capita and Household Median Income, San Francisco, CA Median household and per capita income.

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San Francisco Homeless Population
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Homeless Population, San Francisco, CA Unsheltered homeless persons by supervisorial district.

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Mental Health Help for Service Members and Their Families
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Mental Health Help for Service Members and Their Families Current and former service members may face different mental health issues than the general public Links to: *Military OneSource *TRICARE® *U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs Mental Health Resources *The U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs Mental Health Resources Site *National Resource Directory (NRD) *Veterans' Crisis Line

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Healthy People 2020 Mental Health and Mental Disorders Data
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Healthy People 2020 Download all data for Mental Health and Mental Disorders Including:

*Reduce the suicide rate *Reduce suicide attempts by adolescents *Reduce the proportion of adolescents who engage in disordered eating behaviors in an attempt to control their weight *Reduce the proportion of persons who experience major depressive episodes (MDEs) *Reduce the proportion of adults aged 18 years and older who experience major depressive episodes (MDEs) *Increase the proportion of primary care facilities that provide mental health treatment onsite or by paid referral *Increase the proportion of children with mental health problems who receive treatment *Increase the proportion of juvenile residential facilities that screen admissions for mental health problems *Increase the proportion of persons with serious mental illness (SMI) who are employed *Increase the proportion of adults with mental health disorders who receive treatment *Increase the proportion of adults aged 18 years and older with serious mental illness (SMI) who receive treatment *Increase the proportion of adults aged 18 years and older with major depressive episodes (MDEs) who receive treatment *Increase the proportion of persons with co-occurring substance abuse and mental disorders who receive treatment for both disorders *Increase depression screening by primary care providers *Increase the proportion of homeless adults with mental health problems who receive mental health services

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Healthy People 2020 Mental Health and Mental Disorders Objectives and Resources
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Healthy People provides science-based, 10-year national objectives for improving the health of all Americans. For 3 decades, Healthy People has established benchmarks and monitored progress over time in order to:

Encourage collaborations across communities and sectors. Empower individuals toward making informed health decisions. Measure the impact of prevention activities.

Mental Health and Mental Disorders Goals: Improve mental health through prevention and by ensuring access to appropriate, quality mental health services.

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Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN), 2011 (ICPSR 34565)
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The Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) is a nationally representative public health surveillance system that has monitored drug related emergency department (ED) visits to hospitals since the early 1970s. First administered by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the responsibility for DAWN now rests with SAMHSA's Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (CBHSQ). Over the years, the exact survey methodology has been adjusted to... (more info)

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Mental Health Treatement Facilities Locator
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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is pleased to provide this on-line resource for locating mental health treatment facilities and programs. The Mental Health Treatment Locator section of the Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator lists facilities providing mental health services to persons with mental illness. It includes •Public mental health facilities that are funded by their State mental health agency (SMHA) or other State agency or department •Mental health treatment facilities administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs •Private for-profit and non-profit mental health facilities that are licensed by the State or accredited by a national accreditation organization

NOTE: The Mental Health Treatment Locator does not include •Facilities whose primary or only focus is the provision of services to persons with Mental Retardation (MR), Developmental Disability (DD), and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). •Facilities that provide treatment exclusively to persons with mental illness who are incarcerated. •Mental health professionals in private practice (individual) or in a small group practice not licensed or certified as a mental health clinic or (community) mental health center.

SAMHSA endeavors to keep the Locator current. All information in the Locator is updated annually based on facility responses to SAMHSA's National Mental Health Services Survey (N-MHSS). The most recent complete update includes data collected as of April 30, 2010 in the N-MHSS. New facilities are added monthly. Updates to facility names, addresses, telephone numbers, and services are made weekly, if facilities inform SAMHSA of changes.

For additional advice, you may call the Referral Helpline operated by SAMHSA's Center for Substance Abuse Treatment: •1-800-662-HELP (English & Español)

•1-800-487-4889 (TTY)

For more information about the Locator and to find out how to get listed in the Locator, click on Frequently Asked Questions.

DISCLAIMER

The Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (CBHSQ), SAMHSA, provides the on-line Behavioral Health Services Locator as a source of information for persons seeking treatment for themselves or for someone else. The CBHSQ compiles the Locator from responses to its annual surveys of treatment facilities, the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services and the National Mental Health Services Survey. However, CBHSQ is not a treatment referral agency and cannot make specific recommendations or endorsements regarding individual treatment facilities or types of treatment.

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The Behavioral Health Treatment Needs Assessment Toolkit
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Prevalence of Behavioral Health Conditions in Past Year Among Adults Aged 18–64 Years

The Behavioral Health Treatment Needs Assessment Toolkit is intended to provide states and other payers with information on the prevalence and use of behavioral health services; step-by-step instructions to generate projects of utilization under insurance expansions; and factors to consider when deciding the appropriate mix of behavioral health benefits, services, and providers to meet the needs of newly eligible populations. The Toolkit has been developed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

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