Our Data

Washington County Mental Health Services is committed to the Results Based Accountability (RBA) evaluation framework. Below are our agency-wide RBA Scorecards which answer the questions, “How much do we do,” “How well do we do it?” and “Is anyone better off” on programmatic and population levels. These Scorecards are a very important lens in aiding in our consistent review of the effectiveness and quality of our programming.  For a detailed description of how WCMHS uses RBA please see this article – What is RBA?

Community Support Programs (CSP) provides community-based services for individuals with serious mental illness as well as co-occurring substance use disorder. The vision of CSP is to provide a proactive, accessible, and community-integrated system of care for all clients.

The available Results Based Accountability (RBA) Scorecards highlight some of the outcomes resulting from our work in the Washington County Community.

Children, Youth and Family Services (CYFS) provides community-based services a well as school based services and home-based services for children and their families living with mental health impairments.

The available Results Based Accountability (RBA) Scorecards highlight some of the outcomes resulting from our work in the Washington County Community.

Community Developmental Services (CDS) provides comprehensive services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, intellectual disability, autism, and/or other pervasive developmental disorders.

The available Results Based Accountability (RBA) Scorecards highlight some of the outcomes resulting from our work in the Washington County Community.

Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CCPS) provides outpatient services for adults and children. Outpatient staff is committed to working with people throughout the lifespan in times of severe challenges as well as through the stressors of daily life.

The available Results Based Accountability (RBA) Scorecards highlight some of the outcomes resulting from our work in the Washington County Community.

Intensive Care Services (ICS) are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to provide crisis intervention assessment for Washington County and the towns of Orange, Williamstown and Washington in Orange County. Services are intended to provide stabilization to help individuals get back to their community as soon as possible.

The available Results Based Accountability (RBA) Scorecards highlight some of the outcomes resulting from our work in the Washington County Community.

For any questions about our data or RBA at Washington County Mental Health Services, please contact Lynn Jones, lynnj@wcmhs.org, (802) 476-1723

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