Grant Activity

Current Grant Activity

2017-2021 Evaluation of Recovery-oriented Acute INpatient Mental Healthcare (RAIN-MH). VA HSR&D, IIR 15-300 ($1,099,814). (PI: Alan McGuire)

2017-2019 Evaluation of Project POINT (Planned Outreach, Intervention, Naloxone, and Treatment). Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County and the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation. ($216,240) (PI: Dennis Watson)

2016-2019  Developing SUPPORT, a community-driven, recovery-oriented system of care. National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), R34DA041640 ($668,780), (Co-PIs: Dennis Watson and Brad Ray).  

2016-2017 Addressing provider burnout and strengthening social networks, IU Networks, Complex Systems & Health (NCS&H) Project Development Team, ICTSI NIH/NCRR Grant Number UL1TR001108 ($20,000) PI:  Salyers

2016-2017 Reducing Professional Burnout and Improving Quality of Health Care through Social Networks, Purdue Research Foundation ($18,870) (PI:  Salyers)

2016-2017 Purdue Research Foundation (PRF) International Travel Grant ($1,115).  (PI: Salyers)

2015-2019 Co-Investigator, Evaluation of a Peer Coach-Led Intervention to Improve Pain Symptoms (ECLIPSE). VA HSR&D, IIR 14-070. PI: Marianne Matthias, Ph.D.

2013-2015 Organizational and Clinician Factors Affecting Clinician Competence, NIMH, R03MH101418 ($158,956), PI: Alan McGuire

2013-2015 Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment: Implementation During Early Adoption (IDDT IDEA), VA HSR&D QUERI RRP 12-504 ($150,000), PI: Angela Rollins

2013-2015 A Pilot Test of CommonGround Based Shared Decision-Making, NIMH, R34MH093563 ($613,049) (Initially with Mark Holter) (PI: Salyers)

2012-2014 BREATHE in the VA, VA HSR&D IIR 11-030-3 ($504,370), PI: Angela Rollins

2008-2016 ACT Center of Indiana, IUPUI Signature Center ($337,000) (PI: Salyers)

2012-2016 Illness Management and Recovery Treatment Integrity Scale Validation and Leadership Intervention Development (IT-IS VALID), NIMH, R21/R33 ($1,097,262), PI: Alan McGuire, PhD (Salyers, Co-investigator)

2012-2015 A Pilot Test of CommonGround Based Shared Decision-Making, NIMH, R34 ($450,000), PI: Mark Holter, PhD (Salyers, Co-investigator)

2010-2014 Primary Care and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Project, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1H79SM059751 ($1,979,740) Project Supervisor: Mike McKasson, MA (Rollins, Evaluator)

2010-2014 Primary Care and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Project, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1H79SM059751 ($104,230). PI subaward: Angela Rollins, PhD

2008-2016 ACT Center of Indiana, IUPUI Signature Center ($337,000), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (Aalsma, Frankel, Kim, Kukla, Matthias, McGrew, McGuire, Rollins, Rosenman, and Williams, Co-investigators)

Past Grant Activity

2014-2016 Burnout Reduction for MH Providers to Improve QOC and Reduce Staff Turnover, NIMH R34 MH104201-01 ($629,222) (PI: Salyers)

2014-2016 BREATHE in Inpatient Cancer Care, Indiana University Health Values Fund; VFE-324-Neeb ($100,000), PI: Jessica Neeb

2014-2015 Mental health disparities and communication among African-American veterans. Veterans Administration Health Services Research & Development (HSR&D) pilot project (PPO 13-395). ($96,597). PI: Eliacin.

2013-2016 The impact of burnout on patient-centered care: A comparative effectiveness trial in mental health, PCORI, IH-1304-6597 ($1,506,292) (PI: Salyers)

2013-2015 Organizational and Clinician Factors Affecting Clinician Competence, NIMH, R03MH101418 ($158,956), PI: Alan McGuire

2012-2014 Illness Management and Recovery Treatment Integrity Scale Validation and Leadership Intervention Development (IT-IS VALID), NIMH, R21/R33 R21MH096835 ($444,189), (PI: Alan McGuire)

2011-2012 Process Evaluation of Illness Management and Recovery in VA Mental Health Services, VA HSR&D RRP 11-017 ($154,200), PI: Alan McGuire, PhD (Salyers, Co-investigator)

2011-2012 Limited Assertive Community Treatment Technical Assistance Center, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration 49-12-2I-0203 ($59,005), PI: John McGrew, PhD (Rollins, consultant/trainer)

2011-2012 Assessing Program Fidelity in International Implementation of an Evidence-based Mental Health Practice, IUPUI International Development Funds ($15,000), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (McGuire, Co-investigator)

2011-2013 Comparison of Fidelity Assessment Methods, VA HSR&D, IIR 09-368 HX000208-01 ($883,008), PI: Angela Rollins, PhD, Michelle Salyers, PhD (McGuire and McGrew, Co-investigators; Hicks and Wright-Berryman, Fidelity assessors; Collins, Project manager)

2010-2015 Primary Care and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Project, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1H79SM059751 ($104,230).  Primary program evaluator for the implementation of primary care services within a community mental health setting, including tracking both mental health and physical health outcomes (e.g., health-related quality of life, glucose/ HgBA1C, lipid panels, blood pressure, Body Mass Index). PI: Angela Rollins

2010-2011 Goal Setting in Psychiatric Rehabilitation: A Methodological Pilot. Indiana Institute for Medical Research: #622 ($15,000), PI: Alan McGuire, PhD

2010-2011 Limited ACT fidelity, training, and technical assistance, Division of Mental Health and Addiction, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration ($103,824), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (Rollins and Kim, Consultant/trainers; McGrew and White, Fidelity assessors)

2009-2011 Illness Management and Recovery Program: IMR-Web, NIHM, R43 MH085428-01A1 ($499,819), PI: James O’Halloran (Salyers, Co-investigator; Wright-Berryman, RA)

2009-2011 Randomized Study of Training in Autism, National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), ($998,939), PI: Lisa Ruble, PhD (McGrew, Co-investigator)

2008-2012 Promoting Recovery Using Mental Health Consumer Providers, VA HSR&D IIR 06-227-2 ($899,988). PI: Matthew Chinman, PhD (Salyers, Co-investigator)

2008-2012 Evaluation of Enhanced IMPACT: Integration of Outreach, Primary Care, and Community Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1H79SM058620 ($180,294), PI of subaward: Angela Rollins, PhD

2008-2011 Enhanced IMPACT: Integration of Outreach, Primary Care, and Community Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1H79SM058620 ($1,234,554), PI: Mike McKasson, MA (Rollins, Evaluator)

2007-2012 Recovery Oriented Assertive Community Treatment, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) 1 R24 MH074670-01A2 ($2,505,813), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (Rollins, McKasson, Hicks, McGrew, Kim, Williams, Co-investigators)

2007-2011 Illness Management and Recovery in Veterans with Severe Mental Illness, VA HSR&D: IAC 05-254-3 ($900,000), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (McGuire, Lysaker, Frankel, Co-investigators; Kukla, Postdoctoral fellow; Sidenbender, Project manager; Green, Franks, and Bonfils, RAs)

2009-2011 Mechanisms of Patient Activation and Self-Management in Schizophrenia,VA HSR&D: IIR 08-324-1 ($200,000), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (Lysaker and Matthias, Co-Investigators; Sidenbender, Project Manager; Green, Bonfils, and Oles, RAs)

2009-2010 Center of Excellence on Implementing Evidence-Based Practice (CIEBP), VA HSR&D ($1,200,000) Co-PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD, Linda Williams, MD 

2008-2008 Impact of Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) on Hospital Utilization: A Retrospective Cohort Study on ACT Teams, Bristol-Myers Squibb ($71,418.00), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (Rollins and McGuire, Co-investigator)

2007-2008 Next Generation at Risk: A Program to Intervene with Women Offenders at Risk and their Children, Craine House: Impact 100, ($27,437), PI: John McGrew, PhD

2007-2008 Program Evaluation of NAMI Indiana’s Criminal Justice Training Program, NAMI Indiana, ($5,000), PI: Hea-Won Kim, PhD

2006-2006 Refugees in Indiana: Effective Service Delivery and Needs Assessment, Solution Center, IUPUI, ($14,499), PI: Hea-Won Kim, PhD

2001-2009 State-Wide Assertive Community Treatment Technical Assistance Center, Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA), ($2,704,631), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (McKasson, Co-Director; Rollins, Research director, consultant, trainer; Hicks, Wright-Berryman, Kim, McClow, Fidelity assessors)

2005-2008 Outcome of Teacher Training on Autism, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), MH073071-01A1 R34 ($660,490), PI: Lisa Ruble, PhD (McGrew, Co-investigator)

2005-2007 Integrating Supported Housing with ACT and IDDT for Consumers with Severe Mental Illness, Adult and Child Mental Health Center ($62,000), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD

2004-2006 Integrated Health Care and Behavioral Health Care for Children, Adolescents, and Their Families Planning Grant. Health Resources and Services Administration, Award (to IUPUI) ($20,817), PI: B Scott (McGrew, Co-investigator)

2004-2005 Needs Assessment of Services for Families of Persons with Severe Mental Illness: Family’s Perspectives, Indiana State Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) via ACT Center of Indiana, ($2,891), PI: Hea-Won Kim, PhD

2004-2005 Thresholds Metro West Access Project, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) TI16473 ($1,989,268), PI: J Mayes, D. Howard-Frye. (Rollins, evaluator)

2004-2005 Thresholds Prison Project, Chicago Community Trust and Susan Buffet Foundation ($100,000) Program Directors: John Fallon, Peggy Flaherty. (Rollins, evaluator)

2003-2007 Implementing and Evaluating IMR in Indiana, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) SM56140 ($789,834), PI: Charles R. Boyle (Salyers, Site PI; Rollins, co-investigator)

2003-2007 Integrating Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) and Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) for Clients with Severe Mental Illness (SMI),National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) H133G030106 ($448,917), PI: Michelle Salyers, PhD (McGuire and Rollins, Co-investigators)

2003-2006 Evaluation of Our Town: A Replication of the Villages, Mental Health Association in Marion County, ($53,000), PI: John McGrew, PhD

2003-2005 Community Action Initiative to Implement Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment, Phase II, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) SM55976 ($149,818). PI: Gary R. Bond, PhD  (Salyers and Rollins, Co-investigators)

2003-2004 A State-Wide Needs Assessment of Services for Families of Persons with Severe Mental Illness, Indiana State Division of Mental Health and Addiction, ($2,525), PI: Hea-Won Kim, PhD

2002-2003 National Evidence-Based Practice Project, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), ($91,693), PI: Gary Bond, PhD (Rollins, Implementation Monitor)

2002-2003 Community Action Initiative to Implement Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment, Phase I, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) SM54539 ($150,000), PI: Gary R. Bond, PhD (Salyers, Co-investigator; Rollins, Evaluation Assistant)

2001-2004 Evaluation of Performance-based Funding for Supported Employment, Supported Employment Center for Training and the Indiana Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, ($198,860), PI: John McGrew, PhD

2000-2001 Development of Indiana Credentialing Standards for Assertive Community Treatment, Indiana Division of Mental Health, Department of Family and Social Services ($18,158), PI: John McGrew, PhD (Salyers, Co-Investigator; Bond, Co-investigator)

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