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New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Records

1950-2009

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Abstract

The records of the New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors trace the development of mental healthcare throughout the state from the early 1950s through the beginning of the twenty-first century. Established in the mid-1970s, the Conference's records include correspondence, memos, meeting minutes, reports, and manuals that chronicle the efforts of mental health professionals as they encourage local, county, and state agencies to provide quality, affordable services for persons living with mental illness, chemical dependency, and/or developmental disability.

Summary

Creator:
New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors
Date Coverage:
1950-2009
Quantity:
36.5 cubic ft.

The New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors (NYSCLMHD) specializes in advocacy for the mentally ill, the developmentally disabled, and/or people with chemical dependencies. The Conference also extends outreach efforts to the families of those they serve. Its efforts focus on ensuring that people with various mental health needs have quality, affordable care, guiding formation of local and state policies to make sure that they are as current and relevant as possible. [1]

The NYSCLMHD was formed in 1976 under Article 41 of the state Mental Hygiene Law, which covers local and unified services. Article 41 was “designed to enable and encourage local governments to develop in the community preventive, rehabilitative, and treatment services offering continuity of care” and stresses the need for cooperation among local, county, and state governments in order to provide the best level of mental healthcare. [2] As such, the Conference— operating at the county level—serves as a link between statewide and local services, confirming that policies are carried out efficiently in the realms of clinical and rehabilitative work. The Conference opened its Albany, New York headquarters in 1978, and as an affiliate of the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC), it was originally located in the NYSAC building on State Street. [3] The Conference continues to be affiliated with NYSAC but has since moved to a different building in downtown Albany.

The NYSCLMHD, which is a not-for-profit organization, oversees a complex and extensive network of professionals, requiring participation by mental health directors and commissioners from New York State’s 57 counties and New York City*. [4] These are the people who are already coordinating mental health care services in their own counties and therefore have the knowledge and background to correlate services between local, county, and state agencies. Over the years they have worked closely with the New York State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Office of Mental Health, Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, and Division of Substance Abuse as they analyze the state’s mental healthcare system and make recommendations for improvement. Daily operations are overseen by the Conference’s executive director, who in turn reports to the executive committee and chairperson. The executive committee, which meets monthly, is made up of past and present committee chairpersons, current officers, and regional representatives. All members meet twice a year at conferences, and officers are elected for two-year terms, as per the Conference’s bylaws. [5]

The Conference has devoted itself to a vast number of projects since its inception in the mid-1970s. A sample of its work includes children’s mental welfare, adult housing needs, affordable services, and care of the mentally ill during and after prison sentences. Over the years, members have both sponsored and attended many workshops and conferences designed to enhance the skills of those working on behalf of the mentally ill, chemically dependent, and developmentally disabled. It also continues to focus effort on bringing greater understanding of mental health issues to the general public as well as to key professions, such as law enforcement and education, so that people with special needs can be more efficiently integrated into everyday life.

*New York State officially has 62 counties; New York City’s five boroughs are each considered to be a separate county. (See www.nysegov.com)

[1] New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors, Inc. “About Us.” Accessed 18 January 2011 from http://www.clmhd.org/aboutus.aspx.

[2] Justia US Law. “2006 New York Code: Declaration of Purpose. Article 41.01.” Accessed 28 February 2011 from http://law.justia.com/newyork/codes/2006/mental-hygiene/mhy041.01_41.01.html.

[3] Background information on Conference's formation/early days, Series 1 Administrative, Box 1, Folder 7 New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Records, 1950-2008. M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York.

[4] New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors, Inc. Home page. Accessed 15 February 2011 from http://www.clmhd.org.

[5] Background information on Conference's formation/early days, Series 1 Administrative, Box 1, Folder 7 New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Records, 1950-2008. M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York.

The records of the New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors (NYSCLMHD) contain meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, and newsletters documenting the founding and day-to-day activities of the group, including original by-laws and articles of incorporation. There are also records of many of the NYSCLMHD’s specific projects from the late 1970s through the early 2000s, such as managed care/Medicaid/special needs plans, grant applications, juvenile care issues, housing concerns, partnerships with other organizations, disaster preparedness, and care of mental needs patients in prison.

Researchers will also find some materials on the history of mental health care in the state of New York. In addition, there are documents pertaining to mental health professionals’ increased efforts to partner with law enforcement to achieve better understanding of those living with mental illness, developmental disabilities, or the effects of substance abuse.

In most instances, folder titles have been retained according to the record-keeping habits of the NYSCLMHD.

The collection is organized into the following series:

Most of the series in the New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Records are arranged in alphabetical order. Exceptions are Series #2, Chronological Files, which are in order by date, and Series #8, NYSCLMHD Newsletters, which are also arranged by date.

All items in the New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Records were donated by the Conference to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, in 2009.

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Access to this record group is mainly unrestricted; the exceptions are folders 20 through 26 in Series 5, Box 2. Researchers seeking access to this material should contact the head of archives.

Copyright Statement

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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Records, 1950-2009. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Mental Hygiene Papers).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 1.6 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically

The administrative files contain executive meeting minutes from the Conference’s earliest days through the late 1980s. During those years, members kept the minutes in large, hardcover binders; the archivist removed the papers from those binders for preservation purposes and placed them in acid-free folders in the order in which they appeared in the original binders. In the 1990s, Conference members began filing their meeting minutes under the heading of “chronological files” along with meeting announcements and correspondence. The chronological files became series two of this collection and researchers will find more meeting minutes there. However, there is a gap in the Conference's meeting minutes from 1989-1994.

This series also contains founding documents such as original charters and by-laws as well as files pertaining to activities of the executive director. Please note that there are several executive committee meeting files in Series #5: Projects and Committees.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1340-B Prescription drugs2004

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1 2Access to child psychiatry2002-2004

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1 3Adult homes1999-2002

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1 4Aid to localities fiscal system: Multi-agency request2003-2004

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1 5Albany/Rensselaer Housing Taskforce2004-2005

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1 6Annual spring meeting1996

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1 7Background information on conference's formation, early days1976-1989

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1 8By-laws binder: By-laws and rosters1976-1981

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1 9By-laws binder: Correspondence, finances, and executive committee1976-1982

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1 10By-laws binder: Executive committee cont.'d1976-1980

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1 11Costs of O.M.H. psychiatric hospitals2004

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1 12County commissioners' forums2004

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1 13Dual recovery coordinators2004

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1 14Electronic document management systems workshops2001

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1 15Financial management policy revision1999-2005

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1 16Financial reports2002-2003

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1 17Greenlight Program reports1999-2000

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1 18-19History of mental health care1950-1980

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1 20Integrated children's service/ TAP issue2000

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1 21Leadership retreat follow-up2003-2004

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1 22Medicaid neutralityUndated

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1 23Meeting minutes1975-1976

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1 24Meeting minutes1977

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1 25Meeting minutes1978

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1 26Meeting minutes1979

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1 27Meeting minutes1980

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1 28Meeting minutes1981

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1 29Meeting minutes1982

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1 30Meeting minutes1983

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2 1Meeting minutes1984

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2 2Meeting minutes1985

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2 3Meeting minutes1986

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2 4Meeting minutes1987

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2 5Meeting minutes1988

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2 6Mental Health Committee minutes2002

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2 7Mental Health Glossary of Programs and ServicesUndated

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2 8Mental Hygiene Services: Partnering at the local level2001

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2 9NACBHD Fall 2005 conference2005

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2 10NYSAC Fall conference-- Health and Mental Health Committee2004

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2 11NYS Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Technical Assistance Project2004

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2 12Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities: NYS-OPTS Analysis2003-2004

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2 13Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Partnership Committee2003

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3 1Officers' meetings with commissioners and legislative chairs2004

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3 2O.M.H. new initiatives- status update2000-2001

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3 3Planning meeting with Commissioner Carpinello2004

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3 4PROS county role2003, Undated

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3 5PROS outcome measures2003-2004

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3 6PROS provider agreement2003-2004

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3 7PROS regulations- comments2003-2004, Undated

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3 8Sample of Conference brochures1999, 2004-2005, Undated

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3 9Secure facilities2000

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3 10Standing committee planning and protocolsUndated

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3 11State Association survey1998

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3 12Telemedicine/telepsychiatry2004

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3 13Tuttle, Alfred: "Purposes of the Organization"Undated
Quantity:  12.0 cu. ft.

Arranged chronologically.

The name of this series comes right from the Conference’s own record-keeping system. In the 1990s it stopped storing meeting minutes separately in oversized binders and began interfiling them with correspondence, meeting announcements, memorandums, and treasurer’s reports in folders labeled with the current month and year. Minutes include regularly scheduled events, such as executive committee meetings, as well as ad hoc meetings. Memos include those sent by the NYSCLMHD as well as those received by the Conference from outside sources such the New York State Office of Mental Health and the Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse.

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1 1NYSAC correspondence1995 January-1995 November

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4 8-9Technical assistance correspondence1997 May-1998 April

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4 10Welfare-to-Work1997 January-1997 December

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4 11Managed care1998 February-1998 May

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4 12Medicaid Carveout1998 February

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4 13Public benefit corporations1996 January-1996 May

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4 14Welfare reform1998 April-1998 May

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4 15Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) information1998 March

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4 16AHLPR grant1998 March-1998 April

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4 171998 Technical Assistance Plan1997 November

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12 12August2005

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12 13-14September2005

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12 15October2005

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12 16November2005

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12 17-18December2005

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12 19General CLMHD informationUndated
Quantity:  3.0 cu. ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains information related to state reinvestment plans, Medicaid concerns, managed care, and housing. While materials on all of these topics also can be found in Series 5, 6, and 7, the documents in this series were all kept specifically by the director of legislative and government affairs and therefore remain together in their own series.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 11998 Reinvestment extender2001, Undated

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1 2Community Mental Health Reinvestment Bill letters sent to other organizations requesting support from D. Coughlin1992-1994

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1 3Community Mental Health Reinvestment Bill press clips1992-1993

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1 4Community Mental Health Reinvestment Bill press clips1993

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1 5Community Mental Health Resources Bill of 1992 #21992

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1 6Community Mental Health Resources Bill of 1992 #3- with lines and brackets1991-1992

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1 7-8Community Mental Health Resources Bill of 19931992-1993

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1 9Community Mental Health Resources Bill of 1993- Comments1992-1993

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1 10-11Community Mental Health Resources Bill testimony1992, 1994-1995

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1 12Community Mental Health Resources Bill: Language amendments1992-1993

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1 13Community Mental Health Resources Bill: Language amendments1994-1995, Undated

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1 14-15Community Mental Health Resources Bill: Legislation (Drafts)1991-1992, Undated

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1 16Community Mental Health Resources Bill: Legislation (Drafts)1992, 1994-1995, Undated

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1 17Community Mental Health Resources Bill: Local Medicaid share1993

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1 18Community Mental Health Resources Trust Fund1992

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1 19Community Reinvestment Funding 1994-19951994 August 08

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1 20County mental health Medicaid expenditures (county responses)1997

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1 21County mental hygiene expenditures1992-1995

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1 22Developmental Disabilities Services Office feedback1995

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1 23Grants1994, Undated

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1 24List of support for community mental health resources bill1992-1993

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1 25Managed care1991-1992, Undated

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1 26Managed care1992

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1 27Managed care demos under NYSDSS1991

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2 1Mandate Relief Project1994-1995

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2 2Medicaid budget bill- Health only1994

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2 3Medicaid managed care- Articles and reports1989-1991

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2 4Medicaid managed care- Articles and reports1991-1994

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2 5Medicaid Managed Care Coalition1993

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2 6Medicaid managed care- Coalition for Homeless and New York Public Welfare Association1991-1994

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2 7Members/background1994

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2 8Membership meetings, NYSCLMHD2002

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2 9Mental health terms and background1989

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2 10New and expanded programs funded through reinvestment 1994-1995 through 1998-19991999

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2 11New York City- Managed special care1994

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2 12Office of Mental Health 1999 contract agreement and TAP1997-2000

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2 13Office of Mental Health 1999 contract agreement and TAP1999-2001

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2 14Office of Mental Health 551 regulations1998-1999

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2 15Office of Mental Health 551 regulations1999

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2 16Office of Mental Health: Revisions to Part 592 Comprehensive Outpatient Program1999

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2 17-18Office of Mental Health: Reinvestment planning guidelines1993-1994

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2 19Office of Mental Health: Reinvestment reference charts1991-1992

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2 20Partnership Committee1994

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2 21Proposed new Part 551 comments and prior arrival review issues1997-1998

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2 22Proposed revisions to Part 592- Comprehensive Outpatient Program1997

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2 23Redeployment of mental health resources for the 21st century1997 December-1998 January

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2 24Reinvestment- General1993-1995, 1997

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2 25Reinvestment- General1993-1998

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3 1Reinvestment Group (The One Bill Group)1993-1994

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3 2Reinvestment guidelines1995-1996

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3 3Reinvestment guidelines1996-1997

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3 4Reinvestment guidelines1997-1998

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3 5Reinvestment implementation1992-1995

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3 6Reinvestment implementation1993

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3 7Reinvestment implementation- Acts to amend state finance and mental hygiene laws1992 October 19, 1993 November 01, Undated

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3 8Reinvestment- Legislation and correspondence2002-2003

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3 9Reinvestment- letter-writing campaign1998

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3 10Reinvestment- Memos of support1998

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3 11Reinvestment overview1993, 1995

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3 12Reinvestment resolutions1998

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3 13-14Special Needs Plans1997-2000

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3 15Special Needs Plans (information and data)1997-1998, Undated

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3 16Special Needs Plans (information and data)1998

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3 17Survey- Reinvestment evaluation1997 April

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3 18TAP Day, Rensselaerville Institute, September 20022001-2002

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3 19-20Welfare reform- Act to amend social services law1996 December 02

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3 21Welfare reform- "Putting the Pieces Together" by Senator M.L. Rath and act to amend education law1996-1997
Quantity:  4.2 cu. ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

These records are specific to the counties of New York as they participated in coordinated care efforts for people with mental health needs. There are documents regarding activities unique to certain counties, such as closures of facilities and resignations of Conference members. There are also letters, memos, and reports covering topics like mandate relief recommendations, comprehensive outpatient programs, health needs surveys, and funding issues.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1135th Anniversary celebration of the Schuyler Center2006 November 16

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1 2Albany County1992-1997

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1 3Albany County letter to Mental Health Commissioners2007

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1 4Amendment of 14NYCRR Parts 587 and 588- Comprehensive mandate relief1995-1996

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1 5Broome County1991, 1993-1994, 1997

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1 6Broome County- Annual report1990

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1 7Broome County- Annual report1992

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1 8By-laws and amendments1992-1993

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1 9By-laws amendments ballots1994

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1 10Cayuga County1991, 1993-1994

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1 11Chautauqua County1991

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1 12Chemung County1991-1994

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1 13Clinton County1991-1994

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1 14Columbia County1990, 1995

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1 15Community of practice for local partners2009, Undated

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1 16Consolidated budget reporting manual and forms1994

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1 17Cortland County1991-1993

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1 18County plans A-F2006

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1 19County plans F-H2006

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1 20County plans J-O2006

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1 21County plans O-S2006

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1 22County plans S-W2006

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1 23County responses- Comprehensive Outpatient Program1991, 1995, 1997

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1 24County responses- Comprehensive Outpatient Program1991, Undated

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2 1-3County testimony on Office of Mental Retardation and Developmentally Disabled regulation review1995, Undated

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2 4Delaware County1990-1993

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2 5Delaware County1994-1996

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2 6Department of Mental Hygiene property utilization bookUndated

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2 7Dictionary of Mental Health Terms1989, 1998

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2 8Directors of community service1989, 1994, 1997

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2 9Dutchess County1991-1994, 1996-1997

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2 10Erie County1991-1995, Undated

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2 11Erie County1993-1994

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2 12Essex County1991-1994

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2 13Fingerlakes region1994

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2 14Forms of county government1990, 1993, Undated

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2 15Franklin County1990, 1993

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2 16Fulton County1991-1993

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2 17Genesee County1991, 1993, Undated

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2 18Guidelines reinvestment plan for 19951994

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2 19Jefferson County1991, 1993, 1995

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2 20Lewis County1991-1994

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2 21Livingston County1992-1993, 1995

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2 22Local area plan guidelines for 19951994 April

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2 23"Local Government and Managed Governance", Presented at Managed Care and Managed Change Conference1996 June

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2 24Local Services Plan for Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services- County guidance1995

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2 25Madison County1993

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2 26Mandate relief recommendations1994-1995, Undated

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2 27Mandate relief recommendations1995, Undated

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3 1Mandate relief recommendations1995

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3 2Manuals: "Mental Health Care in America" and "Community Health Needs Assessment in a Managed Care Environment"1995, 2001

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3 3Mental hygiene law, Title E1990, Undated

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3 4Mission statement1994

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3 5Monroe County1991-1994

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3 6Montgomery County1992-1993, 1997

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3 7Nassau County1992-1994, 1996

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3 8Nassau County1992-1995, Undated

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3 9New York City1991, 1994

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3 10New York City1994-1996

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3 11New York City: "Deinstitutionalization- An Epilogue"1985 December 03

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3 12Niagara County1991, 1993

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3 13North Country directors1991

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3 14NYS Department of Mental Hygiene Consolidated Fiscal Reporting Manual (Agency administration expenses)1988

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3 15NYS Department of Mental Hygiene Consolidated Fiscal Reporting Manual (DAAA program definitions and code numbers)1988, Undated

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3 16NYS Office Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services- County planning data supplements1996

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3 17NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services- Local services plan guidelines1994-1995

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3 18NYSCLMHD Annual Report2006

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3 19NYSCLMHD Annual Report2007

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3 20NYSCLMHD strategic framework1994

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3 21Office of Mental Health-Comprehensive Outpatient Programs1991

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3 22Office of Regulatory and Management Assistance Taskforce on CFR Reform final report1994 March

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3 23Oneida County1980, 1991, 1995

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3 24Onondaga County1990-1994

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3 25Ontario County1992

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3 26Orange County1990-1994

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3 27Planning guidelines for counties and boroughs1994-1995

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3 28Prepaid mental health plan: Office of Mental Health1995-1996

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3 29Prepaid mental health plan: Office of Mental Health1996

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4 1Prepaid mental health plan: Office of Mental Health1996-1997

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4 2Prospectivity- Comprehensive Outpatient Programs1993

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4 3Putnam County1991

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4 4Regulation review process by county1995

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4 5Rensselaer County1991-1994

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4 6Rensselaer County: "Addressing the needs of Incarcerated Women with Concurring Disorders: One Program's Response"- Summer 1998 Issue ofJail Suicide/Mental Health Update with accompanying letter1998 June, 1996 June

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4 7Resignation letter of Lloyd Sederer2007

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4 8Rockland County1993, 1995, Undated

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4 9Saratoga County1993, Undated

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4 10Schenectady County1991-1994

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4 11Schenectady County1993-1994, 1996, Undated

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4 12Schoharie County1991, 1993

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4 13Schuyler County1991-1992, 1994

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4 14Schuyler County mental health plan1995

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4 15Schuyler County mental retardation/developmental disabilities plan1995

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4 16Schuyler County substance abuse plan1995

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4 17Seneca County1992

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4 18St. Lawrence County1991-1993

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4 19Statewide directory1996

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4 20Steuben County1992

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4 21Suffolk County1991-1994

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4 22Sullivan County1991, 1993, 1997

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4 23Survey on the NYS public mental health system1988

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4 24Tioga County1990-1992

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4 25Tioga County1991-1992

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4 26Tioga County1991-1994

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4 27Tioga County1994-1997

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4 28Ulster County1991-1993, 1995

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4 29Warren/Washington County1991-1992, 1995

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5 1Wayne County1992

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5 2Westchester County1992-1995

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5 3Western regionUndated

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5 4Western Regional county directors1993

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5 5Wyoming County1991, 1993

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5 6Yates County1992
Quantity:  5.0 cu. ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

This series focuses on some of the Conference’s more specific endeavors, including (but not limited to) those with definitive start and end dates as opposed to ongoing tasks. Examples include the Kids Oneida project, the Commission on the 21st Century, various grant applications, and the committees for developmental disabilities and chemical dependency.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Center for Behavioral Health Institute (CBHI)1997-1999

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1 2Chemical Dependency Committee1996-1997

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1 3Chemical Dependency Committee: Managed care joint meeting minutes1995

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1 4Chemical Dependency Committee: Meeting Minutes1994 October-1995 June

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1 5Chemical Dependency Committee: Meeting Minutes1995 October

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1 6Chemical Dependency Committee: Meeting Minutes, etc.1996 December

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1 7Chemical Dependency Committee: Member Lists1997

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1 8Chemical Dependency Committee: OASAS Budget1995-1996

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1 9Chemical Dependency Committee: OASAS Regional Office Separation1995

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1 10Chemical Task Force of the M.H.S.C.1994-1995

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1 11CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Background and Planning materials1994

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1 12CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Configuration of Developmental Disabilities Services Offices1994-1995

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1 13CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Interim Report1995

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1 14-16CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Meeting Minutes1994

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1 17CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Pilot Project1995

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1 18CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Pilot Project committee meeting1996 May-1996 August

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1 19CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Pilot steering committee meeting1996 January

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1 20CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Pilot Steering Subgroup Meeting1996 February

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1 21CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Pilot Subcommittee Meeting1996 March

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1 22CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Planning letter and draft of "Supports and Services for People with Developmental Disabilities" report1994-1996

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1 23CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Problem Solving1995

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1 24CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Survey of County experiences with Developmental Disabilities Services Offices-DraftUndated

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1 25CLMHD/OMRDD Partnership: Survey of County experiences with Developmental Disabilities Services Offices-Draft1994-1995

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1 26Commission on 21st Century: "At the Crossroads" report2000

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1 27Commission on 21st Century: Children's Mental Health Services Checklist1998

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1 28Commission on 21st Century: Committee Recommendations, Final Report1999

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1 29Commission on 21st Century: Committee Recommendations, Third DraftUndated

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1 30Commission on 21st Century: Implementation Plan1999

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1 31Commission on 21st Century: January Meeting1999

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2 1Commission on 21st Century: Local Stewardship1999

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2 2-3Commission on 21st Century: Meeting Advertisements1998-1999

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2 4Commission on 21st Century: Mailing lists for press1998-1999

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2 5Commission on 21st Century: Photographs1999

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2 6Commission on 21st Century: Powerpoint presentation, paper and CD1999

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2 7Commission on 21st Century: Press conference1999

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2 8-9Commission on 21st Century: Public testimony1998 October

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2 10Commission on 21st Century: September Meeting1998

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2 11Commission on 21st Century: Subcommittee work1996-1999

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2 12Commission on 21st Century: Technical Assistance Collaborative, commission biographies1998

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2 13Commission on 21st Century: Technical Assistance Collaborative, commission members1998-1999

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2 14Commission on 21st Century: Technical Assistance Collaborative, conference call and correspondence1998-1999, Undated

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2 15Commission on 21st Century: Technical Assistance Collaborative, original contract1998

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2 16Commission on 21st Century: Technical Assistance Collaborative, proposal1998

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2 17Community service boards matrix1994

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2 18-19Community Support Programs (CSP) "20 Questions" responses1994

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2 20-21Community Support Programs (CSP) Meetings [RESTRICTED] 1994

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2 22Community Support Programs (CSP) planning contest-letters and statistics [RESTRICTED] 1994

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2 23-24Community Support Programs (CSP) contest responses [RESTRICTED] 1994

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2 25Community Support Programs (CSP) planning contest cover forms [RESTRICTED] 1994

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2 26Community Support Programs (CSP) Prize winners [RESTRICTED] 1994

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2 27Community Support Programs (CSP) Task force brochure1993-1994

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3 1Community Support Programs (CSP)- Office of Mental Health1979, 1991

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3 2-3Community Support Programs (CSP)-Report on future of CSPs in New York State1994

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3 4-5Community Support Programs (CSP) Grant with Office of Mental Health1993-1994

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3 6-7Community Support Programs (CSP) Grant with Office of Mental Health- Audit1990, 1993, 1995

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3 8Community Support Programs (CSP) task force matrixUndated

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3 9-10Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy-CHAS1994-1995

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3 11Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) and Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR)1996

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3 12Conference Committee listing/representation1997-2001

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3 13Developmental Disabilities Committee1996

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3 14Developmental Disabilities Committee: Elimination of OMRDD waitlist/NY Cares1998-1999

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3 15Developmental Disabilities Committee: Meeting minutes1994 October

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3 16Developmental Disabilities Committee: Meeting minutes1995

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3 17Developmental Disabilities Committee: Meeting minutes1996

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3 18Developmental Disabilities Committee: New member correspondence1995

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3 19Developmental Disabilities Committee: Pilot Programs and Partnership Committee1996

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3 20Developmental Disabilities Committee: Service Coordination Network software1995

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3 21Developmental Disabilities Committee: "Supporting People with Developmental Disabilities and Their Families" OMRDD guide1997

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3 22Development Disabilities Committee: Survey materials1995

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3 23Developmental disabilities matrix1993, 1995, 1997

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3 24Disabilities newsletters: Highlights from NYS Assembly and Task Force1994

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3 25Executive Committee-Fall Membership Meeting1996 October

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3 26Executive Committee MatrixUndated

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3 27Executive Committee Meeting1997 January

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3 28Full conference matrixUndated

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3 29Governor's Office on Information Resource Management-Human Services Workgroup1997

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3 30Homeless and Mentally ill veterans workgroup1994-1995

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3 31Housing Task Force of the M.H.S.C.1994

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3 32I.S.O. steering committee1995

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4 1Kids Oneida: Annual Report1999

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4 2Kids Oneida: Background packet, wraparound care1992, 1997, 1999

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4 3Kids Oneida: Briefing information and background materials1998-1999

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4 4Kids Oneida: Building a plan of care (POC)Undated

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4 5Kids Oneida: Chapter 433 of laws of 1997- Kids Oneida not a special needs planUndated

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4 6Kids Oneida: Children's mental healthcare models, New York and Oregon1990-1995

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4 7Kids Oneida: Children's system of care/Wraparound service2000

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4 8Kids Oneida: "Conducting High Performance Kids Oneida Child and Family Team Meetings"1996

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4 9Kids Oneida: Contact list and ICAN flow chartsUndated

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4 10Kids Oneida: Covered services1998

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4 11Kids Oneida: "Crosswalk" between Kids Oneida service codes and NYS Medicaid-State plan services rate codes1998

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4 12Kids Oneida: Evaluation methodology1999

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4 13Kids Oneida: "Family Matters" newsletters1991 Fall, 2002 Spring

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4 14Kids Oneida: Final report on integrated delivery systems1997

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4 15Kids Oneida: Funding/payment policies1998, 2000

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4 16Kids Oneida: Innovation Board1991-1994, 1997-1998

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4 17Kids Oneida: Innovation Board1992-1994

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4 18Kids Oneida: "Lessons Learned-Challenges, Obstacles, and Creative Solutions"1998

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4 19Kids Oneida: "Managed Care and Children's Mental Health-Summary of May 1995 State Managed Care Meeting"1996

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4 20Kids Oneida: Managed care and children's welfare1994, 1996

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4 21Kids Oneida: "A Plan for Children, Youth and Family-Mental Health Services in Oneida County"1985

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4 22Kids Oneida: Planning and implementation1994, 1997-1998, Undated

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4 23Kids Oneida: Planning and implementation1993-1998

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4 24Kids Oneida: Planning and implementation1991, 1997-1998, Undated

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4 25Kids Oneida: Planning and implementation1996-1998

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4 26Kids Oneida: Policy recommendations2000

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4 27Kids Oneida: Quality Assurance Outcome Measures1998

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4 28Kids Oneida: Regulations2000

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4 29Kids Oneida: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Indiana workgroup1997

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4 30Kids Oneida: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Interagency Memorandum of Understanding1994

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4 31Kids Oneida: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, legislation model1996

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4 32Kids Oneida: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, stark county, Ohio program1996

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4 33Kids Oneida: Steering committee materials1995-1997

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4 34Kids Oneida: Tier III workgroup1997, 2000

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4 35Kids Oneida: Ventura Planning Model1987, 1990

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4 36Kids Oneida: Welcome PacketUndated

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5 1Local government issues subcommittee1995

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5 2Mandate Relief Workgroup1994-1995

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5 3Mental Health Action Network steering committee1997

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5 4Mental Health Committee1993-1997

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5 5Mental Health Committee Meeting1997 September

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5 6Mental Health matrixUndated

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5 7Missouri Institute of Mental Health, Spring Meeting, St. Louis1997

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5 8New York Community Trust Grant Proposal1990-1993

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5 9New York Community Trust Proposal1990-1991

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5 10New York Community Trust Proposal1980, 1989, 1992

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5 11New York Community Trust File1991-1993

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5 12New York Community Trust File1993-1994

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5 13Nominating committees for 1994 and 19961992, 1994, 1996

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5 14NYSAC- Welfare, Medicaid, children and families standing committee1997-1998, 2004

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5 15Office of Mental Health: Children's Mental Health Advisory Group1997

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5 16Office of Mental Health-Planning steering committee1994-1995

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5 17Office of Mental Health-Planning steering committee1995

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5 18Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities/Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Partnership Committee1994-1995

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5 19Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities/Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors Partnership Committee1994-1997

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5 20Partnership Committee: Pilot subcommittee members1996

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5 21Partnership Committee: Pilot subcommittee1996

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5 22Policy Resource Center1996-1997

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5 23Rural steering committee1995

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5 24Rural steering committee1995-1996

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5 25Rural steering committee: Rural Outpatient Project1995-1996

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5 26Rural steering committee: Rural Outpatient Project Background1995

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5 27-28Rural steering committee: Rural Outpatient Project Notes1995

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5 29Rural steering committee: Rural Outpatient Project Report- Drafts1995

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5 30Rural steering committee: Rural Outpatient Project Report-Drafts and Final1995

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5 31Rural steering committee: Rural Outpatient Project, Team One1993-1995

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5 32Single state agencies for mental health1997
Quantity:  2.0 cu. ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

Managed care, in its most general form, refers to coordination of health services in such a way that quality care is provided, but costs are kept low. Many of the records in this series deal with Medicare issues, of which special needs plans (SNPs) are an important part since they focus effort on particular groups of people with very specific needs. Researchers will find a variety of records such as memos, letters, information packets, and meeting notes covering areas like Medicare financing, managed care in rural areas, strategic planning, technical assistance, and committee work.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 2Adult special needs plans- Financing and public accountability1998

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1 3Albany County HMO conflicts1997-1998

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1 4Albany Law Review- Special Needs Plans: Adapting Medicaid Managed Care for Persons with Serious Mental Illness or HIV/AIDs1998

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1 5Alcohol and substance abuse subcommittee meetings1995

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1 6Assisted Outpatient Treatment-Volume 1, Initial implementation Sections 1-92000

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1 7Assisted Outpatient Treatment-Volume 1, Initial implementation Sections 10-162000

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1 8Booklet: "Mental Health Special Needs Plans Request for Information"1997

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1 9Budget survey/local assistance matches1995-1996

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1 10Central New York Consortium- Alternative managed care program2000

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1 11CHPS Consulting, Inc.- Correspondence, meetings, and notes1997-1998

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1 12Conference managed care meeting1996

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1 13Consolidated fiscal reform1994-1995

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1 14"Contracting for Public Mental Health Services" special reportUndated

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1 15County chargebacks- Forensic legislation1998-1999

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1 16-17County responses to SNP requests for information1997

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1 18County role in Special Needs Plans selection1996-1997

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1 19"Effective Public Management of Mental Health Care..…" Report and notes2000

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1 20Health care financing administration 1115 waiver and award information1997

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1 21Historical Medicaid cost and utilization data book1998

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1 22"Impact of Managed Behavioral Health Services on County-Operated Programs"1997

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1 23Integrated services and managed care in rural areas, papers and articles1997-1998, 2000, Undated

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1 24International symposium and training seminar on Medicaid Managed Care, SUNY Albany1996

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1 25Involuntary Outpatient Treatment1999

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1 26Managed care basic plan contracts1998

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1 27Managed care committee1992-1994

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1 28Managed care committee1995-1997

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1 29Managed care committee2000

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1 30Managed care committee meetings1997 June, 1997 September

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1 31Managed care committee meetings1997 October-1998 October

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2 1Managed care consultant services1996-1997

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2 2Managed care reporting language- financial issues1997-1998

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2 3Managed care review/Advisory review panel- recommendations1996

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2 4Managed care working group1991

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2 5-6Managed care working group1991-1993

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2 7Managed mental health care models- California1995, 1998

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2 8"Managing care of Schizophrenia"- Four-year study1996

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2 9"Mandatory Managed Care: Changes in Medicaid Mental Health Services"- Office of Inspector General2000

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2 10Mathematica study: Care coordination and Medicaid managed care2000

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2 11"Medicaid Managed Care: Four States' Experiences with Mental Health Carveout Programs"1999

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2 12Medicaid managed care task force1994

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2 13Medicaid managed care task force1995-1996

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2 14Medicaid managed care uniform standards1992, 1995-1996

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2 15Medicaid managed special care1993-1994

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2 16Medicaid waiver- Alcohol and Substance Abuse Subcommittee1995

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2 17Medicaid waiver workgroup1994

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2 18Memorandums- Managed care priorities1996, Undated

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2 19Mental health liaison group1995

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2 20Mental Health Weekly, Vol. 10 #252000 June 19

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2 21New York City managed care issues1996

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2 22"New York State HMOs and their role in Medicaid Managed Care"1993

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2 23NYSCLMHD- Conference's role in managed care1996

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2 24Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services- Evaluation and monitoring plan demos1998

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2 25Other states' health care models- North Carolina and Oregon2000

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2 26"Overcoming Barriers to Effective Use of Behavioral Health Care Data: Opportunities for State and Local Collaboration"1999

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2 27"Parity in Financing Mental Health Services: Managed Care Effects on Cost, Access, and Quality"1998

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2 28Planning documents- Office of Mental Health, Westchester County1999

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2 29"Preparing for Managed Care Challenges" forum packet1996

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2 30Proposal for the Development and Implementation of a Statewide Managed Care Action Plan1996

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2 31Proposal to Establish Uniform Standards for Mental Health Managed Care Referral and Billing Processes1995

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2 32Report on Rate Methodology Underlying New York City SNP Requests for Proposals2000

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2 33Request for Information responses- Special needs plans1996-1997

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2 34Revised Medicaid waiver1994

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2 35Rochester Medicare Demonstration Project1996

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2 36Senate- Assembly: Act to amend mental hygiene law1993

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2 37Special needs plans legislation1996-1997

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2 38Special needs plans- Powerpoint overview1999, Undated

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2 39Special needs plans regional forum, Batavia1998

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2 40Specs- Consultant managed care action plan1996

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2 41State behavioral health headlines, Vol. I #27 (SAMHSA managed care)2000

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2 42State of New York Office of the Comptroller- Audit of state mental health services and response of agency officials1993

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2 43Steering committee conference calls- Medicaid managed care1996

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2 44-45Strategic planning for managed care/CHPS Consulting1996-1997

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2 46Survey results of technical assistance needs for implementing managed care within communitiesUndated

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2 47Technical assistance- Survey and finance issues1998, Undated
Quantity:  5.4 cu. ft.

Arranged alphabetically

The subject files house documents of long-term value that do not belong to the Conference’s other record series. There are correspondence and memo files of specific members of the group, such as Peter Freed (counsel) and Gerry Landsberg (New York University), background on shared staff issues, and information on partnerships with the New York State divisions of alcohol abuse and chemical dependency as well as state housing committees. Researchers will also find documents pertaining to consolidation of services and positions over the years, particularly in the 1990s. Additionally, there are manuals, booklets, and conference materials about disaster preparedness in the mental health profession. Most of the collection’s photographs are also located in this series, with the exception of the Commission on the 21st Century images which are in Series #5.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 22002 Regulatory review workgroup1994, 2001, 2002-2003

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1 32002 Regulatory review workgroup2002

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1 42002 Regulatory review workgroup2002-2003

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1 5Adult homes- Issues and recommendations2002

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1 6Adult homes workgroup1999-2000

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1 7Annual report: Serving the mental health needs of young offenders2000

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1 8"Assessing the nature and prevalence of mentally ill in Suffolk County's criminal justice system"2000

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1 9"At the Crossroads" Reinvestment/realignment report and supplementary materials1999-2000

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1 10Bond, Schoeneck, and King, Attorneys at Law1992-1994

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1 11Committee on Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Developmental Disabilities: "Broken Promises, Broken Lives" status report2002

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1 12Committees and task forces1996, Undated

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1 13Community service boards: Training1990-1992, 1995

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1 14Community services block grant- Management plan2000

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1 15Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Programs2000

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1 16Conference goals and missions- overview packet2000

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1 17Consolidated fiscal reform (CFR)1993-1994

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1 18Consultant contract: Tremblay Associates2002

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1 19"The Courage to Change: A Guide for Communities to Create Integrated Services"1999

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1 20"Cost of Addictive and Mental Disorders and Effectiveness of Treatment"Undated

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1 21County charges- Medicaid2003-2004

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1 22County Programs2000

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1 23County reinvestment1993, 1997-1998

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1 24County reinvestment surveys2002

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1 25Department of Health licensing verification edits2001-2002

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1 26Director of Community Services and Commissioner of Social Services- Serving a dual role1995

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1 27Director of Community Services credentials and qualifications1989, 1991-1992

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1 28Director of Community Services credentials and qualifications1992

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1 29Directory: New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors1996

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1 30Disaster planning: All-hazards planning worksheet2003 November

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1 31Disaster planning:Communicating in a Crisis- Risk Communication Guidelines for Public Officials2002

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1 32Disaster planning: Data collection toolkitUndated

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1 33Disaster planning: Department of Health and Human Services2002 June

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1 34Disaster planning:Developing Culture Competence2003

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2 1-2Disaster planning:Disaster Mental Health Response HandbookUndated

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2 3-4Disaster planning:Disaster Mental Health Services1997 September

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2 5Disaster planning:Disaster Mental Health Services I- Participant's WorkbookUndated

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2 6Disaster planning: Draft-"Mental Health and Mass Violence" best practices report2002

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2 7Disaster planning: Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health- "Claiming Children"2003

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2 8Disaster planning: Field manual for mental health and human service workers in major disasters2000

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2 9Disaster planning: Grief counseling resource guide2004

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2 10Disaster planning: Hurricane Katrina reception planUndated

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2 11Disaster planning: "Impact of September 11, 2001- Events on substance use and mental health in the New York area"2003 January

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2 12Disaster planning: "Lessons from Disaster- A Conference and Conversation", SUNY New Paltz2003

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2 13-14Disaster planning:Mental Health All-Hazards Disaster Planning Guidance2003

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2 15Disaster planning:Mental Health Emergency Response PlanUndated

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2 16Disaster planning:Mental Health Interventions following Major Disasters- A Guide2002

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2 17Disaster planning: NYS Office of Mental Health Incident Command System- Powerpoint slidesUndated

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2 18Disaster planning: NYSPA notebook2001 November-December

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2 19Disaster planning:Preparing for the Psychological Consequences of Terrorism2003

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2 20Disaster planning: Project Liberty training presentations (Powerpoint slides)2002

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2 21Disaster planning:Psychological Issues for Children and Adolescents in Disasters2004 February

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2 22Disaster planning: State mental health authorities' response to terrorism2004 February

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2 23Disaster planning: Training manuals2000

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2 24Disaster planning:When a Person with Mental Illness is Arrested- How to Help2001

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2 25Disproportionate Share Hospitals (DSH) and Medicaid1997, 2002-2003

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2 26Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse: Bulletin, Vol. II #71991 October

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2 27Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse: Correspondence, newsletters, and press releases1991-1992

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2 28Division of Alcohol Abuse: Director's office1991

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2 29Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse: Family support communities1990

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2 30Division of Substance Abuse services: Consolidation with Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse1990-1993

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2 31Division of Substance Abuse Services: Correspondence and accompanying materials1991-1992

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2 32Division of Substance Abuse Services: Director's office1991-1992

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2 33Division of Substance Abuse Services: "Executive budget recommendations"1991-1992

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3 1Division of Substance Abuse Services: Merger with Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse1988-1989

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3 2Division of Substance Abuse Services: Merger with Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse Services- legislation1988

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3 3Division of Substance Abuse Services: Rate-setting proposal1989-1990, Undated

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3 4Dornan, Douglas- Retirement speech1994

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3 5"Double Jeopardy: Persons with mental illnesses in the criminal justice system"1995

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3 6Dungan, Stephen- Conference chair materials1996-1997

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3 7"Families Together" newsletter, Fall issue2002

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3 8Fingerprinting- Chapter 575 of Laws of 2004, information meeting2004-2006

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3 9Forensic Mental Health Conference, Buffalo2001

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3 10Forensic Mental Health Conference, Kingston2000

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3 11Forensic Mental Health Conference, Lake Placid2001

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3 12Forensic Mental Health Regional Conference, Long Island2001

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3 13Forensic site visitsUndated

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3 14Forensics: Criminal justice and prison issues1994, 1999-2001, Undated

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3 15Forensics: General information2001

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3 16Forensics: Risk assessment training2000

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3 17Freed, Peter- Correspondence1989, 1991-1994

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3 18Freed, Peter- Correspondence1995-1998

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3 19Freed, Peter- Counsel on mental health initiatives1991, 1994-1997

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3 20Governor's program bill #2061993-1994

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3 21Gowanda consolidation plan testimony1991

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3 22Healthcare: 32-day limit on Medicaid1985, 1992

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3 23Healthcare: 32-day limit on Medicaid1992

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3 24Healthcare Recruitment and Retention Act2002

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3 25Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 19962000

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3 26The Innovation group- background packet1987-1991

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3 27Jail diversion: Knowledge development and application programUndated

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3 28Jail diversion survey2001

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3 29Jail/mental health symposium surveys2002

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3 30Landsberg, Gerry: Intensive case management1989, 1991-1992, 1998

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3 31Long-term care in New York State- task force report from governor's office1993

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3 32Mandate relief workgroup1994, 1950-2008

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3 33MDI Associates1994

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3 34Medicaid community support programs- notes, reports, letters1997-1998

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4 1Medicaid community support programs- notes, reports, letters2002

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4 2Medicaid community support programs- rate calculation sheets1997 August

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4 3Medicaid community support programs- rate calculation sheets1997 December

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4 4Medicaid community support programs- regulations/ conference comments1997-1998

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4 5Medicaid managed care committees1996, Undated

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4 6Medicaid- state takeover1989, 1991, 1993

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4 7Mental health care in prison- background materialsUndated

dac3a6b4c4995b16ec9094e6e19b3bb0

4 8Mental health court legislation2000

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4 9National Association of County Behavioral Health Directors1999

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4 10National GAINS Center1996-1999, Undated

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4 11National GAINS Center and Rensselaer County Department of Mental Health2000, Undated

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4 12New York State Division of Housing and community housing renewal1990, 1992

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4 13-14New York State Division of Housing and community housing renewal1993

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4 15New York State Division of Housing and community housing renewal1994

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4 16New York State comprehensive housing affordability strategy1992, 1993

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4 17New York State Comptroller's office- Edward V. Regan1990-1991

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4 18New York State Comptroller's office- Edward V. Regan1992-1993

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4 19New York State Office of Advocate for the Disabled1991

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4 20New York State Sheriffs' Association Institute- Jail administrator's training conference2000

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4 21NYS Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives annual report1998

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4 22NYS Office of Mental Health: Leaders of the Mental Health Response Training Program2003

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4 23OASAS booklet: "Collaboration- OASAS and the Criminal Justice System"2001

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4 24OASAS booklet: "Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons in the Criminal Justice System"2001

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4 25Office of Mental Health Assisted Outpatient Treatment implementation plan1999

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4 26Office of Mental Health Blueprint- 21st Century health care2000

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4 27Office of Mental Health: Flexible Funding Plan and Federal Single Audit Act1996, 1997

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4 28Office of Mental Health: High needs regulations2000

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4 29Office of Mental Health: Involuntary commitment1991, 1993

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4 30Olmstead Decision2001-2002

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5 1Pataki transition team1994

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5 2Photo directories from NYSCLMHD website2004-2005

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5 3Photographs, mainly unidentified- Includes NYSCLHMD 10th anniversary and photo negativesUndated

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5 4"Planning and Implementing Effective Mental Health Services in Jail"Undated

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5 5Policy Research Associates: Organizational overview and recent projectsUndated

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5 6Press clippings1994-1995, 2004, Undated

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5 7Press contacts1990, 1992

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5 8"Prisons and Jails: Hospitals of Last Resort"1999

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5 9"Progress report on New York State's Public Mental Health System"/Shared caseload workgroups2001

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5 10Regional forensics conferences2000-2001

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5 11Reinvestment- Census reduction1994-1995

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5 12Reinvestment extender1997-1998

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5 13Reinvestment guidelines and reports1994

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5 14Reinvestment reporting- Office of Mental Health1995

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5 15Report of the Adult Care Facilities Workgroup to Commissioner Antonia Novello2002

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5 16Risk management workshop, New York City2001

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5 17Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: "Building Healthy Systems for People with Chronic Illness"1996

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5 18Shared staff: Aggregate statewide costs2000-2002

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5 19Shared staff: Assisted Outpatient Treatment budget requests by county, A-N1999

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5 20Shared staff: Assisted Outpatient Treatment budget requests by county, O-Y1999

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5 21Shared staff: Background and legislation1999-2000

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5 22Shared staff: Data summary charts1999

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5 23Shared staff: Estimated numbers of clients affected by loss of staff1999

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5 24Shared staff: Impact by county, A-E1999

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5 25Shared staff: Impact by county, G-W1999

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5 26Shared staff: Impact data1999-2000, 2002

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5 27Shared staff: Information packet2002

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5 28Shared staff: Letters of support1999-2000

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5 29Shared staff: Letters, memos, and accompanying materials1999-2000

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5 30Shared staff: Letters to legislature, Office of Mental Health, DOB, and governor2000

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5 31Shared staff: Long-term recommendations1999-2000

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5 32Shared staff: Planning2000, 2003

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5 33Shared staff: Requests to NY State Legislature for restoration of shared staff funding1999-2000

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5 34Shared staff: Responses from legislature to Steve Dungan1999

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5 35Shared staff: Responses to potential personnel reductions1995, 1998-1999

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5 36Shared staff: Strategies to divert cuts1999-2000

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6 1Shared staff: Survey1999

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6 2Shared staff: Survey- transitional2000

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6 3Shared staff: Transition plan1999-2000

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6 4Shared staff: Workgroup conference calls1999-2000

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6 5State comptroller's report on mental health planning services1993

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6 6Statewide comprehensive plan for mental health services, 2002-2006ca. 2001

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6 7Technical Assistance Project success storyUndated

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6 8Technical Assistance Project- Timetables, budget, agendas1998

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6 9Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)Undated

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6 10"Transitions" training manual and handouts1999, Undated

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6 11"Transitions" training transparenciesUndated

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Oversized 1T-shirt commemorating 30th anniversary of NYSCLMHD2006

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6 12Welfare-to-Work Conference2000
Quantity:  0.6 cu. ft.

Arranged chronologically.

The Conference began publishing its own newsletter in the early days of its existence, but most of the issues from the 1980s and 1990s are not included in this collection. Researchers will find a consistent run from 1979 through 1981, a few issues from 1993, 1994, and the late 1990s, then another consistent run from 2000 through 2008. There are also several issues of a newsletter published specially by the Conference chair.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 2January-December1980-1981

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1 3Mental Hygiene News, winter1993

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1 4Mental Hygiene News, winter1994

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1 5Conference Update, spring edition1996

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1 6Conference Update, special anniversary issue1997

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1 7January-February1999

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1 8Spring and October-December2001

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1 9January-December2002

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1 10Conference updates from chair, spring edition2002

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1 11January-December2003

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1 12January-December2004

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1 13January-December2005

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2 1January-December2006

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2 2January-December2007

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2 3January-December2008

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2 4Undated newslettersUndated
Quantity:  2.6 cu. ft.

Arranged alphabetically

This series consists of various reports and booklets that were used by the NYSCLMHD in the course of business, but were not always produced by the Conference. They are from organizations such as the New York State legislature, the Office of Mental Health, the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, the state prison system, and the Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors themselves. Topics range from mental healthcare in the twenty-first century, to juvenile mental health, to criminal offenders with mental illness.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1 2000 Network Performance Measures 2003 March

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1 2 AIDS: The Epidemic That Won't Wait 1989 June

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1 3 Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Condolidation Report 1992 January

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1 4 Assessing the Nature and Prevalence of the Mentally Ill in Suffolk County's Criminal Justice System 2000 March

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1 5 At the Crossroads: Realigning future services 2000

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1 6 At the Crossroads: Expanding Community-Based Care for Children and Families 1992

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1 7 Beyond Awareness: A Campaign to Reduce the Stigma of Mental Illness 2002 February

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1 8 Blueprint for Change: Research and Child Adolescent Mental Health 2001 May

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1 9 Commission on the Community Mental Health System for the 21st Century Final Reports 1999 April

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1 10 Community Mental Health System for the 21st Century: Critical Planning 2001

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1 11 Confronting the Disaster: Restructuring personal support services for New York's high risk and troubled children 1991 March

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1 12"The Courage to Change": Guide, integrating services for co-occurring disorders in justice system1999 December

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1 13 Criminalizing the Seriously Mentally Ill: The Abuse of Jails as Mental Hospitals 1993 April

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1 14 Crossing the Line from Empowerment to Neglect: The Case of Project L.I.F.E. 1994 July

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1 15Draft: Behavioral Outcomes-"It's Not Just Academic", Faulkner and Gray2000

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1 16 Dual Diagnosis: Mental Health/Mental Retardation 2001

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1 17 Final Report of the Temporary Implementation Council on Consolidation 1994 June

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1 18 Forensic Mental Health: Final Report 1999

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1 19 Future of Child Welfare Funding: Rebuilding the Partnership 1998 October

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1 20 Gains Institute newsletters 1999-2001

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1 21Governor's draft legislation on authorized involuntary mental hygiene and social services- Conference response and financial report1990-1991

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1 22 Guide to Understanding Supports and Services 2006 April

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1 23 Integrated Systems of Care for Children's Mental Health: Final report 2000

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1 24 Integrated Systems of Care for Children's Mental Health: Technical Assistance Resource Book 2000

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1 25Integrating services for co-occurring disorders, draft2000 February

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1 26 Integrating services for co-occurring disorders 2000 March

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1 27 Interim report to the legislature on state-operated alcoholism treatment centers 1994 December

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1 28 Jail Mental Health Services in New York State- planning workshop, Lake Placid Undated

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1 29 Jail Mental Health Services in New York State- planning workshop, Kingston Undated

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1 30 Jail Mental Health Services in New York State- planning workshop, Syracuse Undated

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1 31 Keeping track of New York City's children: A citizen's committee status report 1993

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1 32KPMG public services presentation2001 June

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1 33Legislative status sheet1994 May

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1 34Local Stewardship and the Commission on the 21st Century- draftUndated

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1 35 Mandated Mental Health Insurance in New York State: A Research Report 1990 April

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1 36 Mediation Mental Health: Alliance Dispute Resolution 1994 July

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1 37 Mental Health Funding: Final Report 1999 April

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1 38 Mental Health Issues in the Workplace: How the Americans with Disabilities Act Protects You Against Employment Discrimination 2000 June

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1 39 Mental Health Resource Handbook for Human Service Personnel 1993

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2 4 Mobilization for Our Children: Medicaid and Children's Mental Health 1994 December

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2 5 Mobilization for Our Children: Restructuring Services for New York's High-Risk and Troubled Children 1995 January

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2 6 New York State Association of Counties Adopted Resolutions 1992 March

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2 8 New York State Commission on Quality Care for the Mentally Disabled 1993-1994

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2 9 New York State Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) 1994-1998

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2 10 New York State Correctional Alternatives 2004-2005

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2 15 New York State Office of Mental Health: Rights of Outpatients Undated

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2 16 New York State Performance Report for the Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy 1993

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2 17 New York State Practice Improvement Collaborative: New York's Science-to-Service Program Undated

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2 18 New York State Touchstones/Kids Count Data Book 2003

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2 21 NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services-- Shared Vision: The Future of State and County Collaborations 2002 March

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2 22 OASAS: Certification Process, Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors 2002 May

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2 23 OASAS: Five-Year Comprehensive Plan for Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services 1994-1999

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2 24 OASAS: Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons in the Criminal Justice System 2001 March

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2 25 Office of Mental Health: Outcome Measures for Outpatient Clinic Programs 1993 June

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2 26 OMRD Services for Eligible Individuals Involved in the Criminal Justice System Undated

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2 27 Outpatient Mental Health Services 1989 July

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2 28 Plan for the Consolidation of Harlem Valley and Hudson River Psychiatric Center 1993 January

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2 29 Planning for the Future of Community Support Programs in New York State 1994 June

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2 30 Qualitative Study of the Perceptions of the Meaning of Self-Help….. Undated

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3 2 Regional Facility Capital Summaries 1992 December

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3 3 Resource Directory: Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children and Their Families 2002

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3 4 Restraint-Seclusion Practices in New York State Psychiatric Facilities 1994 September

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3 5 Salary Survey of Executive, Legislative, and Administrative Positions in New York State Counties 1993

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3 6 Services for a Shared Population: Defendants and Offenders with Mental Illness Undated

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3 7 Serving the MR/DD Population: County Perspectives of Service Needs and Best Practices 2002 December

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3 8 Speak: Suicide Prevention Education Awareness Kit 2004 May

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3 9 State Office of New York, Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, Report on major legislation 1994

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3 10 State of New York Commission on Quality Care for the Mentally Disabled: Safeguarding Public Funds 1995 January

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3 11 Statewide Chartbook of Mental Health Information 1992

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3 12 Statewide Comprehension Plan for Mental Health Services 1993-1997

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4 2 Survey of Behavioral Healthcare Providers 2002 October

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4 3Table of contents to legislative bill packet on mental health concerns1994 August

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4 4 TA Brief: Technical Assistance Center, Vol. 2, #1 1996

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4 5 Treating Co-Occurring Mental Health and Addictive Disorders in New York State: A Comprehensive View 2001 May

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4 6 Untangle the Web: Delivering Municipal Services Through the Internet 2001

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4 7 Voices from the Front Line: Patients' Perspectives of Restraint and Seclusion Use 1994

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4 8 We Can Work Campaign: Employment Tool for People with Psychiatric Disabilities in New York State Undated

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4 9 Willowbrook, From Institution to the Community 1982 August