CBH’s behavioral health services research and evaluation efforts focus on New Mexico’s behavioral health system and the people it serves, including access, health disparities, and service expansion. Through a collaborative process, this program brings together consumers, family members, providers, and local stakeholders to develop culturally competent research and evaluation projects that benefit communities. Some efforts focus on evaluating existing programs, while others focus on implementing new practices and evaluating out comes.
All of the research and evaluation projects at CBH share a common strategic goal of serving as a collaborative partner with consumers, family members, providers, and local stakeholders to develop and implement community engaged research and evaluation projects with the potential to improve behavioral health systems and benefit communities.
CBH research and evaluation activities are supported from a broad range of federal and state agencies as well as various philanthropic foundations, including.