Systems Enhancement Evaluation Initiative (SEEI)
The Systems Enhancement Evaluation Initiative (SEEI) was a five-year research project (2004-2009) funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, through the OMHF, to evaluate the effects of investments in the province’s community mental health system. Coordinated by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, the nine projects of SEEI sought to explore the impacts of these investments on people with mental illness, their families, and the health system more broadly. The Evidence Exchange Network – under its original name, the Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Knowledge Exchange Network (OMHAKEN) – provided knowledge exchange for SEEI, connecting the research to stakeholders throughout Ontario.
Building Bridges between Community Mental Health and Justice Sectors: A Work in Progress. A Supplementary Report from the Systems Enhancement Evaluation Initiative. (2009)
This supplemental report, developed by OMHAKEN, discusses findings from the research studies comprising the Systems Enhancement Evaluation Initiative (SEEI) that are relevant to the criminal justice sector. The goal of the report is to highlight the key findings from these studies, and to convey the findings and recommendations in a format useful for informing program and policy decisions. To read this report click here.
For an overview of the SEEI projects, please click here.
For copies of the completed reports, please click here.