Lynne A. Valenti
Cabinet Secretary

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Publications

This page contains reports and publications prepared or hosted by the Division of Behavioral Health.

Combined Federal Block Grant: Substance Abuse and Mental Health

Federal Block Grants are awarded to South Dakota and other states to provide funding for behavioral health services including prevention, treatment, recovery supports, and other services.

Current Block Grant Applications and Reports

2017 SYNAR Report
2016-2017 Combined Behavioral Health Assessment and Plan
Federal Block Grant Mental Health Annual Report 2017
Federal Block Grant Substance Abuse Annual Report 2017

Past Block Grant Applications and Reports

Partnership for Success

The Partnership for Success (PFS) grant addresses substance abuse prevention priorities in communities of high needs. It is designed to reduce underage drinking among persons aged 12 to 20 years of age.

Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness

Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessnes (PATH) is a federal grant that provides communities with funding to engage people that have a serious mental illness and/or substance abuse issues that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

PATH Report

Mental Health Statistical Improvement Program

Mental Health Statistical Improvement Program (MHSIP) survey is conducted annually to allow for client feedback in the following areas: access to services, quality or appropriateness of services, participation in treatment planning, satisfaction with services, and outcomes of receiving services. A random sample of adult clients with serious mental illness (ages 18 and older), youth clients with a serious emotional disturbance (fourteen years of age or older), and family and caregivers of children and youth clients with a serious emotional disturbance complete the survey.

Survey Results 2014

Other Reports:

The Prevention Program examines, interprets, and applies data from the reports below to inform prevention planning and decision-making.