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Office of Mental Health

OMH Statistics and Reports

Archived Statistics and Reports

OMH Data Portals

Adult Housing
Reports Residential Program Indicators (RPI): a performance measurement tool for adult housing programs in New York State. Users can evaluate agency residential programs based on county, regional, and statewide averages.

Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) Reports
Up-to-date statistical data on AOT program operations, the demographic and diagnostic characteristics of AOT recipients, and outcomes for AOT recipients.

Children, Teens and Families Indicators
Dynamic reporting using information that providers report into CAIRS.

NYS DSRIP Region and County Behavioral Health Planning Data
Data intended for providers, researchers and others to better understand behavioral health care resources, planning efforts, and needs in New York State’s communities.

Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS)
Up-to-date statistical data on the PROS program. Includes demographic and diagnostic characteristics of PROS recipients, and recipient outcomes.

Tableau Data Visualizations

Tableau is best viewed in Google Chrome

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Reports
Presents information about individuals served by the New York State ACT program. Comparisons shown between ACT teams, OMH regions and New York State.

Consumer Assessment of Care Survey (CACS)
Reports data collected annually from adults in state-operated outpatient, non-residential programs. These reports provide an assessment of consumer perceptions of various dimensions of care and quality of life.

County Planning Reports
Displays information about Medicaid-Funded Mental Health service use and expenditures. Reports show average daily use and capacity of mental health inpatient and outpatient services. Statistics on readmission rates for psychiatric reasons are included.

OMH Medicaid Population Characteristics and Service Utilization Trends
Provides characteristics and service utilization trends for the New York State Medicaid Eligible Public Behavioral Health Population.

Patient Characteristics Survey (PCS)
Provides a snapshot of people served by New York State’s public mental health system. Reports show service trends in specific geographic areas compared to nearby areas and the rest of New York State.

Profile of Children in NYS Medicaid with Behavioral Health Needs
Provides reports on characteristics and service utilization patterns for NYS Medicaid enrolled children with Behavioral Health Needs.

Youth and Family Assessment of Care Survey (YACS/FACS)
Displays results from NYS OMH Youth and Family Assessment of Care satisfaction surveys. This visualization shows the percent positive of responses to various questions about a child’s service.

OMH Reports

Needs of Frontline Workers Workgroup - 2021 Interim Report
In accordance with Chapter 33 of the Laws of 2021, the interim report outlines the immediate trauma-informed care needs of frontline workers.

2020 Report on Suicide Prevention Activities
Outlines the Suicide Prevention programs and activities OMH is overseeing and supporting across the State.

2020 Annual Representative Report
This report is provided pursuant to Section 33.07 (i) of the Mental Hygiene Law (MHL) which requires the submission of an annual report by the Office of Mental Health (OMH) detailing the handling of funds received by a facility director as representative payee.

Annual Report on the Implementation of Mental Hygiene Law Article 10
Mental Hygiene Law Article 10, effective in April 2007, was enacted as part of New York's Sex Offender Management and Treatment Act (SOMTA).

Geriatric Mental Health & Chemical Dependence Annual Report
The Report presents a long-term plan regarding the geriatric and chemical dependence needs of New Yorkers and recommendations to address those needs.

2017 Interim Report to the Statewide Comprehensive Plan
Also known as the “5.07 Plan” (after Section 5.07 of New York State mental hygiene law), the 2017 Interim Report to the Statewide Comprehensive Plan includes a review of consumers, services and programs, and gross expenditures within the New York State public mental health system.