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2019 Healthy Living Performance Measures

HL 1A Senior Depression Intervention (PEARLS)

How much did we do?: 137 individuals served

How well did we do it?: 91% of the individuals who completed the full program saw improvements in their depression symptoms

2019 implementation status notes: Operations continued as expected.

HL 1B Maternal Depression Reduction

How much did we do?: 2,323 individuals screened; 428 individuals served

How well did we do it?: 62% of individuals with at least two visits with a mental health provider and two screening measures had reduced depression or anxiety symptoms

2019 implementation status notes: Operations continued as expected.

HL 1C Veterans PTSD, MST and End of Life Counseling

How much did we do?: 362 veterans served

How well did we do it?: 93% of individuals who enrolled in counseling for at least 6 months and completed all assessments had reduced PTSD symptoms

2019 implementation status notes: Operations continued as expected; data reflects continued programming from 2018 VSHSL Transition Plan. Implementation for HL 1C strategy is planned for 2020.

HL 1D Military Family Counseling

How much did we do?: 36 individuals served

How well did we do it?: 100% of adults who enrolled in counseling for at least 6 months and completed all assessments experienced reductions in symptoms related to their roles as caregivers for veterans

2019 implementation status notes: Operations continued as expected; data reflects continued programming from 2018 VSHSL Transition Plan. Implementation for HL 1D strategy is planned for 2020

HL 1E Sobering and Emergency Service Patrol

How much did we do?: 34,188 contacts made

How well did we do it?: 2,971 transports to the Sobering Center

2019 implementation status notes: Operations impacted with reduction in transports due to closure of facility in June 2019; in second half of 2019, program was diverting transports to shelters and emergency departments.

HL 1F Veterans Court Clinician and Mentor Coordinator

How much did we do?: 78 individuals served

How well did we do it?: 58% of 65 individuals who were screened and eligible, opted to attend Veterans Court

2019 implementation status notes: Operations continued as expected; Mentor Coordinator program was implemented in 2019 and is progressing as expected.

HL 1G Behavioral Health Integration

How much did we do?: 1,405 individuals served

How well did we do it?: 48% of those who had multiple screenings showed a 5-point or greater improvement in either depression or anxiety symptoms

2019 implementation status notes: Operations continued as expected.

HL 1H Geriatric Regional Assessment Team (GRAT) 2.0

How much did we do?: Not measured in 2019; measures in development for 2020

How well did we do it?: Not measured in 2019; measures in development for 2020

2019 implementation status notes: Implementation was delayed due to unsuccessful procurement initially but is now under way with awards made in late 2019 following a second procurement.

HL 2B Housing Health Outreach Team

How much did we do?: 1,046 individuals served

How well did we do it?: Of those individuals referred to behavioral or physical health services, 74% completed the referral and were connected to the service.

2019 implementation status notes: Operations continued as expected.

HL 2D Connections to In-Home Care

How much did we do?: 16 individuals served; 109 individuals attended 11 workshops

How well did we do it?: 3 individuals were connected with either a live-in or an in-home caregiver

2019 implementation status notes: Implementation is under way and progressing as expected; data reflects one quarter of services.

HL 3A Countywide SA/DV/CSE Prevention Pilot

How much did we do?: Not measured in 2019

How well did we do it?: Not measured in 2019

2019 implementation status notes: Implementation is under way and progressing as expected.

HL 3B Elder Abuse Multi-Disciplinary Team

How much did we do?: 26 individual cases reviewed

How well did we do it?: 17 individuals resolved their case by year end; 100% of those accomplished program goals

2019 implementation status notes: Fully implemented and operating as expected.

HL 4A, 4B, 4C Nurse Family Partnership, Healthy Start, Parent Education and Support

These programs are administered by Best Starts for Kids. See Best Starts for Kids annual report for information.

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