FY15-16 was a year of growth. We welcomed new members to our leadership team, introduced new technology at our programs, and created more learning opportunities for our staff and members than ever before. We served more than 31,000 unique individuals across eight states and 90+ programs.
This year, we worked with counties and health plans to address co-occurring conditions, strengthened our justice-involved mental health interventions, embraced a new population management model, and we opened the nation’s first mental health pay for success program.
We invite you to take a look at the video and read the report below to learn more about our achievements from FY15-16.