SAMSHA DCCC Status

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Briefing delivered to NASADAD on the status of SAMHA's CSAP DCCC program.

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  • Talking Points – For DCCC Activities 1) 10 – Applications will be maintained by the DCCC CSAP DCC EPI DCC MDS DbB Prevention Platform COMET SAIS CAPT SIG Prevention Pathways 2) Goal is to create an integrated data collection of data for CSAP and Grantees 3) Training and Technical Assistance DCCC Call Center - 1-800 Number (1-877-654-6740) Centralized email and phone support for the applications Training on the DCCC Applications to CSAP Project Officers and Grantees 4) Data Collection and Management PRNS: Meth, Ecstasy, HIV 3,4,5,6, SIG, CAPT Data collection, cleaning and Organization Reporting and Analysis: - Year 3 Accountability Report - Cost Band Analysis - NOMS GPRA PART - Trends and Directions - Data Research Questions - Ad hoc Reporting
  • CSAMS – CSAP Service Accountability and Monitoring System to including: - Integration of existing data systems - Data collection and reporting functions - National Outcome Measure Reporting System Requirements Reporting
  • SAMSHA DCCC Status

    1. 1. Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Data Coordination and Consolidation Center (DCCC) How CSAP DCCC SupportsSAMHSA’s Data Strategy and NOMs Presented by: Beverlie Fallik, Ph.D., CSAP Richard Verrill, PMP, Project Director, DCCC Diane Galloway, Ph.D., Deputy Director, DCCC 2006 NASADAD/NPN/NTN Annual Meeting Albuquerque, New Mexico June 2, 2006
    2. 2. Presentation ObjectivesDescribe how the DCCC supportsSAMHSA’s Data StrategyDescribe the DCCC’s functions related todata coordination and consolidationDescribe how the DCCC ─ CSAMS willsupport grantees’ implementation ofNOMsGenerate discussion on how CSAP andthe DCCC can help States address NOMs 1
    3. 3. SAMHSA’s Data StrategySAMHSA’s Administrator Charles Curie:“We are implementing a data strategy. Thestrategy is simple:“The tighter our measurements become, the morewe can show our effectiveness.“The greater our effectiveness, the greater thenumber of people served, the greater the chancesfor a life in the community for everyone.”Source: www.nationaloutcomemeasures.samhsa.gov/overview.pdf 2
    4. 4. DCCC ActivitiesMaintain existing CSAP applicationsCreate an integrated data collection andreporting system for CSAP and its granteesProvide training and technical assistanceManage the collection, cleansing, andorganization of CSAP dataDevelop and produce CSAP’saccountability, analytical, andmanagement reports 3
    5. 5. CSAMS - CSAP ServiceAccountability and Monitoring SystemOne site for all DCCC data processes andfunctionality: Prevention information Tools Documents Data entry Reporting 4
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    16. 16. NOMs Data Collection by DCCCLevels of Data Collection: CSAP Programs:  State  Block Grant  Community  Discretionary  Program Sources of Data:  Pre-populated (w/NSDUH & Archival Measures)  States  Communities  Programs 15
    17. 17. NOMs ReportingNOMS Reporting System currently underdevelopment by the DCCC will: Report State-, community- and program- level NOMs data Provide detailed descriptions of NOMs measures and indicators Provide tabular and graphical presentations of the data Reflect data collected from all data sources Be provided through CSAMS 16
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    22. 22. Next StepsDevelop CSAMSDevelop NOMs Reporting Systemwithin CSAMSObtain input and feedback fromgrantees throughout this process 21
    23. 23. Contact InformationFor more information on CSAP Program and Policy Issues, contact: Beverlie Fallik, Ph.D. Sr. Public Health Analyst CSAP/SAMHSA Rm 4-1071 1 Choke Cherry Rd. Rockville, MD 20857 240-276-2438 Beverlie.Fallik@samhsa.hhs.gov For more information on DCCC Technical Issues, contact: Richard Verrill, PMP DCCC Project Director Constella Group, LLC 6003 Executive Blvd, Suite 400 Rockville, MD 20852 240-514-2617 rverrill@constellagroup.com 22

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