Ohio’s State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW), funded by SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF-SIG), examines behavioral health archival data, focusing predominantly on substance abuse prevention with additional focus on mental, emotional and behavioral disorders.
The SEOW will:
SEOW data is available through Ohio’s Network of Care, Behavioral Health portal. Once there, look at data using the blue content bubbles, or look under the menu on the left-hand side under SEOW DATA SOURCES.
The SEOW helps communities track key behavioral health indicators related to consumption, consequence, and context (risk and protective factors).
SEOW data are accessible at the Network of Care website that shows county summary profiles, maps, and state and national level data including:
OhioMHAS and the Ohio Department of Health are currently developing two new public data warehouse elements. Both will provide the following county-level data:
*Data sources with county-level data
Ohio’s SEOW reconvened with a new structure in 2016. Ohio’s SEOW have two components, an Advisory Committee focuses on Ohio’s behavioral health data and information needs, and a workgroup specifically focuses on Ohio’s Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success State and Tribal Initiative (SPF-PFS) grant.