Improving substance use treatment in Ontario: Performance measurement & evaluation projects

Drug Treatment Funding Program

On November 24, 2016, EENet presented a webinar: “Improving substance use treatment  in Ontario: Performance measurement & evaluation projects.”

This webinar featured Ontario’s performance measurement and evaluation projects that are part of Health Canada’s Drug Treatment Funding Program (DTFP).

In this webinar you’ll hear about:

  • Early impacts of the Ontario performance measurement & evaluation projects;
  • How the projects are aligning with priorities in the provincial mental health and substance use treatment system;
  • Innovative ways to sustain this work.

Watch the webinar recording and see the slides.

The projects:

  • Advancing data quality and the development  of cost-based performance indicators (The Costing Project)
  • Strengthening performance measurement for mental health and addiction in Ontario
  • Improving reporting compliance and data quality (DATIS)
  • Evaluation of residential support services
  • Evaluation plan for youth care

The panelists:

  • Daniel Elliott, Manager, DATIS the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
  • Garth Martin, Consultant
  • Janis Cramp, Addictions and Mental Health Ontario
  • Karen Urbanoski, Centre for Addiction Research of British Columbia, University of Victoria
  • Laura Mills, Pine River Institute

This webinar was presented by EENet, which supports knowledge exchange for the Ontario DTFP projects and is located in the Provincial System Support Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).