The asset map you see below was initially constructed using publicly available data from the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission (MHSOAC) Transparency Suite. To do so, the CARE Team developed an algorithm that identifies and classifies programs based on the language that appears in the Transparency Suite. Programs that were identified as supporting justice diversion and/or the crisis continuum of care were filtered into the Asset Map database, and then further classified based on additional characteristics (e.g., trauma-informed services, mobile crisis units, etc.).
Do you have a program that you would like to flag for review? Or do you have a program that you would like us to add? Although the results of the algorithm matched closely with a sample of manually reviewed programs, it is possible that a program might have been misidentified. This might happen either because of a particular decision used in the algorithm or because of the description used in the MHSOAC Transparency Suite. The CARE Team is committed to continual improvement, and we would be excited to review requests to change a program’s classification. You can help us do so by filling out this short form! You can also use this link to request a new program!
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