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This environmental scan was designed to understand facilitators and barriers to self-direction in behavioral health, ascertain interest among stakeholders, adapt the model and outcome measures to better fit the needs of behavioral health consumers, and develop recommendations to inform next steps. The scan was a joint effort conducted over 18 months (September 2011 – February 2013) by researchers from the National Center for Participant-Directed Services, Human Services Research Institute, and the University of Maryland, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
- An Environmental Scan of Self-Direction in Behavioral Health: A Summary of Major Findings (43 pages - 889.99 KB) Download