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1 PACKET OVERVIEW The OYA conducts a mental health/substance abuse survey every two years on all offenders in OYA custody. The resulting data is analyzed to detect gaps in youth services and is used to advocate for services during the budget process. This year s survey was completed by OYA parole and probation officers for youth in the community and by treatment managers for youth in the facilities for all youth in custody on March 1, The information was collected by data entry into a FileMaker Pro database. The questions on the form were answered using youth assessments such as mental health, drug and/or alcohol and/or other assessments and evaluations from the youth's case file. TABLE OF CONTENTS Mental Health Gap Survey and Instructions Question and Answer Summary by Location and Gender Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Mental Health GAP Survey Statewide Summary Mental Health GAP Statewide Survey: Percent of All OYA Youth with Four Most Common Psychiatric Disorders Diagnosed (excluding conduct disorder) Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) History: Comparison of OYA Youth 2004 and 2006 Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) History and AOD with Co-Occurring Disorder History and 2006 Comparison Females in OYA Facilities with Co-Occurring Disorders: Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) History with an Axis I Diagnosis (excluding conduct disorder) 2006 Mental Health GAP Statewide Survey: Percent of All OYA Youth with an Axis I Psychiatric Diagnosis (excluding conduct disorder) Youth with an Axis I Diagnosis and taking Psychotropic Medications by Gender and Location PowerPoint Presentation: Mental Health/Substance Abuse Gap Assessment: March 1, 2006 Oregon Youth Authority Information Systems Research and Evaluation July 31, 2006 Mental Health/Substance Abuse Gap Assessment: March 1, 2006 DRAFT

2 2006 HIGHLIGHTS Females in OYA Facilities with Co-Occurring Disorders: Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) History with an Axis I Diagnosis, excluding Conduct Disorder 82.2% of females in facilities with a drug & alcohol abuse or dependence history also had an Axis I diagnosis (excluding conduct disorder) on March 1, PowerPoint Presentation: Mental Health/Substance Abuse Gap Assessment: March 1, 2006 On March 1, % of youth in facilities had an Axis I diagnosis (excluding conduct disorder). 64% of youth in the community had an Axis I diagnosis (excluding conduct disorder). 49% of youth in facilities with an Axis I diagnosis (excluding conduct disorder) were also on psychotropic medication (a percent of the 69% with Axis I). 38% of youth in the community with an Axis I diagnosis (excluding conduct disorder) were also on psychotropic medication (a percent of the 64% with Axis I). 59% of youth in facilities were diagnosed with conduct disorder. 48% of youth in the community were diagnosed with conduct disorder. 34% of eligible youth statewide (age 12 to 21) were on an IEP. 99% of youth in facilities were engaged in school, work or vocational training. 85% of youth in the community were engaged in school, work or vocational training. Oregon Youth Authority Information Systems Research and Evaluation July 31, 2006 Mental Health/Substance Abuse Gap Assessment: March 1, 2006 DRAFT

3 2006 Mental Health & Other Services Gap Survey Youth Name (Last, First) Date Youth JJIS Number Person completing form (Last, First) MENTAL HEALTH 1. Suicide Attempt History (Check one) No Suicide Attempts in last 3 years One Suicide Attempt in last 3 years Multiple Suicide Attempts in last 3 years 2. Psychotropic Medications (Check one) Currently taking psychotropic medications. NOT currently taking psychotropic medications. 3. Previous Psychiatric Hospitalizations (Check one) No Previous Psychiatric Hospitalizations Previous Psychiatric Hospitalization within 12 months Previous Psychiatric Hospitalization within 24 months Previous Psychiatric Hospitalization more than 2 years ago 4. Biological Parent(s) Psychiatric History (Check one) Parent(s) has a psychiatric history. Parent(s) does NOT have a psychiatic history. 5. Abuse History (Check all that apply) No Abuse History Sexual Abuse History Physical Abuse History Emotional Abuse History 7. IQ - Intelligence Quotient (Check one) IQ Over 80 IQ IQ Below Neurological Functioning (Check all that apply) Normal Neurological Function Neurological Impairment (e.g., Tourettes) Pervasive Development Disorder (e.g., autism, Aspergers) FAS/FAE Other Neurological Disorder * * Specify Type: 8. Conduct Disorder (Check one) The youth has been diagnosed with a conduct disorder. The youth has NOT been diagnosed with a conduct disorder. 9. Axis I Diagnosis, excluding Conduct Disorder (Check one) (For Substance Abuse, see Question 11.) The youth has an Axis I Diagnosis, excluding Conduct Disorder. The youth does NOT have an Axis I Diagnosis, excluding Conduct Disorder. 10. If the youth has an Axis I Diagnosis, excluding Conduct Disorder, check all that apply: (For Substance Abuse, see Question 11.) PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Schizophrenia Oppositional Defiant Disorder Other Psychotic Disorder Anxiety Disorder Attention Deficit Disorder Major Depression Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Dysthymia Other MH Diagnosis not listed above * Bi-Polar * Specify Type: (For Substance Abuse, see Question 11.)

4 DRUG AND/OR ALCOHOL 11. Diagnosed Drug and/or Alcohol History of Youth (Check one) No Drug and/or Alcohol History Drug and/or Alcohol Use Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse Drug and/or Alcohol Dependence 12. Biological Parent(s) Drug and/or Alcohol History (Check one) Parent(s) has a history of Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse. Parent(s) does NOT have a history of Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse. EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT 13. School Attendance (Check one) Attending Full Time Attending Part Time Not Attending 14. If youth is attending school, he/she is working to achieve the following goals: (Check all that apply) High School Diploma GED College Degree Certificate * * Specify Type: N/A (Not Attending School) 15. IEP - Individualized Education Plan (Check one) Youth is on an IEP. Youth is NOT on an IEP. 16. Vocational Training (Check one) Youth is engaged in vocational training. Youth is NOT engaged in vocational training. 17. Completion of Education and/or Training (Check all that apply) High School Diploma Completed GED Completed College Degree Completed Vocational Training Completed Certificate Completed * * Specify Type: No Education/Training Completed 18. Employment (Check all that apply) Employed Full Time Employed Part Time Not Employed Seeking Employment

5 2006 Mental Health (MH) & Other Services Gap Survey INSTRUCTIONS The MH Gap Survey for 2006 combines field and facility questions onto one form. There are no demographic questions this year, as they will be answered by combining the completed MH Gap survey file with a JJIS file. Accurate completion by staff is essential for the agency to continue to develop and advocate for mental health services in the upcoming budget cycle. To ensure you complete the survey in the same way as other staff, please read and follow the instructions closely. Who should fill out the forms? Parole and probation officers must complete a form for each youth on their case load who is on parole or probation on March 1, Treatment Managers will be responsible for ensuring forms are filled out for all youth in close custody on March 1, Staff will use a JJIS-generated list to track their youth assignments, which will be sent to you by on Monday, March 6th. What date should I use as the basis to complete the forms? All staff should use March 1, 2006 as the snapshot in time in responding to all questions on the form. Even if you complete the form on March 20th, responses should reflect information on the youth as of March 1. What if I need help? If you need assistance in completing the forms (after you have read the directions and scenarios) because you cannot decide what to mark, contact either Phil Cox at , or Judy Satrum at in OYA's Program Office. If you need assistance with the FileMaker Pro 6 software, you may contact the Help Desk at , Judy at , or your region's executive support assistant or information systems staff. When do I need to have the forms completed? In order for the Program Office to analyze aggregate data and prepare recommendations to the Director's Office, you must have all forms completed by March 31, Remember, forms should be done for all youth on your list using information on March 1 as the snapshot in time, regardless of their location before or after that date. Be sure to answer every question on the form for each youth on your list. What resources should I use to fill out the forms? Questions on the form should be answered using youth assessments such as mental health, drug and/or alcohol and/or other assessments and evaluations from the youth's case file. OPERATIONAL DEFINITIONS OF QUESTIONS ON THE FORM Most questions on the form are self-explanatory. Some may need further definition to ensure all staff are answering the questions in the same manner. Please review the following operational definitions below before you complete the forms. If you have any further questions, see What if I need help? section above. Question 4. Parent(s) Psychiatric History: Answer this question based on documentation available from the youth's case file, such as youth's psychosocial evaluation. Question 7. IQ (Intelligence Quotient): The majority of our youth have an IQ between Unless you have documented evidence otherwise, assume an IQ over 80. Question 11. Diagnosed Drug and/or Alcohol History of Youth: Answer this question based on documentation available from the youth's drug and/or alcohol assessment or the youth's psychological evaluation. Question 12. Parent(s) Drug and/or Alcohol History: Answer this question based on information available from the youth's Risk/Needs Assessment or from other documentation in the youth's case file, such as youth's psychosocial evaluation. Question 16. Vocational Training: Vocational Training is defined as any training the youth is engaged in to obtain job skills. END

6 Mental Health Gap March 1, 2006 Question and Answer Summary by Location and Gender FACILITY n=826 COMMUNITY n=1129 STATEWIDE N= Suicide Attempt History F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N No Suicide Attempts in last 3 years % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % One Suicide Attempt in last 3 years 5 8.8% % % % % % % % % Multiple Suicide Attempts in last 3 years % % % 9 4.5% % % % % % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 2. Psychotropic Medications F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Taking psychotropic medications % % % % % % % % % Not taking psychotropic medications % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 3. Previous Psychiatric Hospitalizations F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N None % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % Within 12 months % 7 0.9% % 8 4.0% % % % % % Within 24 months 3 5.3% % % 5 2.5% % % 8 3.1% % % More than 2 years ago % % % % % % % % % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 4. Biological Parents Psychiatric History F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Parent(s) has a psychiatric history % % % % % % % % % Parent(s) does not have a psychiatic history % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 5. Abuse History ** F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N No Abuse History % % % % % % % % % Sexual Abuse History % % % % % % % % % Physical Abuse History % % % % % % % % % Emotional Abuse History % % % % % % % % 1, % **Not Mutually Exclusive 6. Normal Neurological Function ** F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Normal Neurological Function % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % Neurological Impairment (e.g., Tourettes) 0 0.0% 3 0.4% 3 0.4% 3 1.5% % % 3 1.2% % % Pervasive Development Disorder (e.g., autism, Aspergers) 0 0.0% % % 1 0.5% % % 1 0.4% % % FAS/FAE 2 3.5% % % 2 1.0% % % 4 1.6% % % Other Neurological Disorder 2 3.5% % % 2 1.0% % % 4 1.6% % % **Not Mutually Exclusive 7. IQ F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N IQ Below % % % 2 1.0% % % 3 1.2% % % IQ % % % % % % % % % IQ Over % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % OYA Research and Evaluation, Page 1

7 Mental Health Gap March 1, 2006 Question and Answer Summary by Location and Gender FACILITY n=826 COMMUNITY n=1129 STATEWIDE N= Conduct Disorder F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Youth has been diagnosed with a conduct disorder % % % % % % % % 1, % No conduct disorder % % % % % % % % % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 9. Axis I, excluding Conduct Disorder F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Axis I Diagnosis, excluding Conduct Disorder % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % No Axis I Diagnosis, excl. Conduct Disorder % % % % % % % % % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 10. Type of Axis I Diagnosis ** F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Attention Deficit Disorder % % % % % % % % % Other MH Diagnosis not listed above % % % % % % % % % PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) % % % % % % % % % Oppositional Defiant Disorder % % % % % % % % % Major Depression % % % % % % % % % Dysthymia % % % % % % % % % Anxiety Disorder 2 3.5% % % % % % % % % Bi-Polar 4 7.0% % % % % % % % % Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 0 0.0% % % 4 2.0% % % 4 1.6% % % Other Psychotic Disorder 0 0.0% % % 6 3.0% % % 6 2.3% % % Schizophrenia 1 1.8% 9 1.2% % 3 1.5% 2 0.2% 5 0.4% 4 1.6% % % **Not Mutually Exclusive 11. Drug and Alcohol History F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N No D&A History 5 8.8% % % % % % % % % Drug and/or Alcohol Use % % % % % % % % % Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse % % % % % % % % % Drug and/or Alcohol Dependence % % % % % % % % % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 12. Parents Drug and Alcohol History F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Parent(s) has a history of D&A Abuse % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % Parent(s) does not have a history of D&A Abuse % % % % % % % % % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 13. School Attendance F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Attending Full Time % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % Attending Part Time % % % % % % % % % Not Attending 4 7.0% % % % % % % % % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % OYA Research and Evaluation, Page 2

8 Mental Health Gap March 1, 2006 Question and Answer Summary by Location and Gender FACILITY n=826 COMMUNITY n=1129 STATEWIDE N= If attending school, youth is working towards: ** F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N High School Diploma % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % GED % % % % % % % % % College Degree % % % 8 4.0% % % % % % Certificate 0 0.0% % % 1 0.5% % % 1 0.4% % % **Not Mutually Exclusive 15. IEP F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Youth is on an IEP % % % % % % % % % Youth is not on an IEP % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 16. Vocational Training F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Youth is engaged in vocational training % % % % % % % % % Youth is not engaged in vocational training % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % Total % % % % % 1, % % 1, % 1, % 17. Completion of Education/Training ** F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N No Education/Training Completed % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % High School Diploma Completed % % % 9 4.5% % % % % % GED Completed 5 8.8% % % % % % % % % Vocational Training Completed 0 0.0% 1 0.1% 1 0.1% 1 0.5% % % 1 0.4% % % Certificate Completed 0 0.0% % % 0 0.0% 1 0.1% 1 0.1% 0 0.0% % % College Degree Completed 0 0.0% 2 0.3% 2 0.2% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 2 0.1% 2 0.1% **Not Mutually Exclusive 18. Employment ** F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of n F % of F M % of M Total % of N Not Employed % % % % % % % 1, % 1, % Employed Part Time % % % % % % % % % Employed Full Time 2 3.5% % % % % % % % % Seeking Employment 2 3.5% 4 0.5% 6 0.7% % % % % % % **Not Mutually Exclusive OYA Research and Evaluation, Page 3

9 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Statewide N = 1955 Number of Youth Statewide by Ethnicity Group Ethnicity F M Total African American Asian Caucasian Hispanic Native American Other/Unknown Total Suicide Attempt History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * None in last 3 years African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % None in last 3 years Total One or more in last 3 years African American % 8 6.1% % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic 0 0.0% % % Native American 1 7.1% 5 7.9% 6 7.8% Other/Unknown % 1 4.0% 2 6.5% One or more in last 3 years Total Total Taking Psychotropic Medications Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 1

10 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity 3. Previous Psychiatric Hospitalizations Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % 9 6.9% % Asian 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian % % % Hispanic 1 3.1% 8 3.0% 9 3.0% Native American % 3 4.8% 5 6.5% Other/Unknown 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total Parents Psychiatric History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian % 1 4.0% 2 7.1% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 1 7.1% % % Other/Unknown % % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total Previous Abuse History Not Mutually Exclusive Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * No Abuse History African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 1 7.1% % % Other/Unknown % % % No Abuse History Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Sexual Abuse History African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Sexual Abuse History Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 2

11 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Physical Abuse History African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Physical Abuse History Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Emotional Abuse History African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Emotional Abuse History Total IQ Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * IQ Below 70 African American 1 5.6% 7 5.3% 8 5.4% Asian 0 0.0% 2 8.0% 2 7.1% Caucasian 2 1.1% % % Hispanic 0 0.0% 6 2.2% 6 2.0% Native American 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Other/Unknown 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% IQ Below 70 Total IQ African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% 1 4.0% 1 3.6% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 1 7.1% 6 9.5% 7 9.1% Other/Unknown % 1 4.0% 2 6.5% IQ Total IQ Over 80 African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % IQ Over 80 Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 3

12 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity 8. Conduct Disorder Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total Axis I Diagnosis Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total Four Most Common Axis I Diagnoses Not Mutually Exclusive Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Attention Deficit Disorder African American 1 5.6% % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Attention Deficit Disorder Total Ethnicity F M Total % * Depressive Disorder African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0.0% % % Depressive Disorder Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 4

13 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Ethnicity F M Total % * Post Traumatic Stress Disorder African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0.0% 2 8.0% 2 6.5% Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Total Ethnicity F M Total % * Oppositional Defiant Disorder African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% 2 8.0% 2 7.1% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Oppositional Defiant Disorder Total D&A History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * No Drug and/or Alcohol History African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic 1 3.1% % % Native American 0 0.0% % % Other/Unknown % % % No Drug and/or Alcohol History Total Drug and/or Alcohol Use African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 0 0.0% % % Other/Unknown % % % Drug and/or Alcohol Use Total Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0.0% % % Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse Total Drug and/or Alcohol Dependence African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Drug and/or Alcohol Dependence Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 5

14 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Facility N = 826 Number of Youth in Facility by Ethnicity Group Ethnicity F M Total African American Asian Caucasian Hispanic Native American Other/Unknown Total Suicide Attempt History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * None in last 3 years African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % None in last 3 years Total One or more in last 3 years African American % 4 6.3% 5 6.8% Asian 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian % % % Hispanic 0 0.0% 8 6.8% 8 6.5% Native American % 3 9.4% % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % One or more in last 3 years Total Total Taking Psychotropic Medications Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % No Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 6

15 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity 3. Previous Psychiatric Hospitalizations Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % 5 7.8% 7 9.5% Asian 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % 4 3.4% 5 4.1% Native American % 3 9.4% % Other/Unknown 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Yes Total No African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % No Total Total Parents Psychiatric History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 0 0.0% % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % No Total Total Previous Abuse History Not Mutually Exclusive Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * No Abuse History African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian 2 5.1% % % Hispanic % % % Native American 0 0.0% % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % No Abuse History Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Sexual Abuse History African American % % % Asian 0 0% * 1 9.1% 1 9.1% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Sexual Abuse History Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 7

16 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Physical Abuse History African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Physical Abuse History Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Emotional Abuse History African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Emotional Abuse History Total IQ Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * IQ Below 70 African American % 1 1.6% 2 2.7% Asian 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian 0 0.0% % % Hispanic 0 0.0% 3 2.5% 3 2.4% Native American 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Other/Unknown 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% IQ Below 70 Total IQ African American % 3 4.7% 4 5.4% Asian 0 0% * 1 9.1% 1 9.1% Caucasian 3 7.7% % % Hispanic 0 0.0% % % Native American 0 0.0% 2 6.3% 2 5.7% Other/Unknown 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% IQ Total IQ Over 80 African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % IQ Over 80 Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 8

17 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity 8. Conduct Disorder Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % No Total Total Axis I Diagnosis Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % No Total Total Four Most Common Axis I Diagnoses Not Mutually Exclusive Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Attention Deficit Disorder African American % % % Asian 0 0% * 1 9.1% 1 9.1% Caucasian % % % Hispanic 0 0.0% % % Native American 0 0.0% % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Attention Deficit Disorder Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Depressive Disorder African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Depressive Disorder Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 9

18 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Post Traumatic Stress Disorder African American % % % Asian 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % 8 6.8% 9 7.3% Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Oppositional Defiant Disorder African American % 2 3.1% 3 4.1% Asian 0 0% * 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % 2 1.7% 3 2.4% Native American % 2 6.3% 3 8.6% Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Oppositional Defiant Disorder Total D&A History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * No Drug and/or Alcohol History African American % % % Asian 0 0% * 1 9.1% 1 9.1% Caucasian 2 5.1% % % Hispanic 0 0.0% % % Native American 0 0.0% % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % No Drug and/or Alcohol History Total Drug and/or Alcohol Use African American 0 0.0% % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic 0 0.0% % % Native American 0 0.0% 3 9.4% 3 8.6% Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Drug and/or Alcohol Use Total Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse Total Drug and/or Alcohol Dependence African American % % % Asian 0 0% * % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0% * % % Drug and/or Alcohol Dependence Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 10

19 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Community N = 1129 Number of Youth in Community by Ethnicity Group Ethnicity F M Total African American Asian Caucasian Hispanic Native American Other/Unknown Total Suicide Attempt History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * None in last 3 years African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % None in last 3 years Total One or more in last 3 years African American % 4 6.0% 6 8.0% Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic 0 0.0% 4 2.7% 4 2.3% Native American 0 0.0% 2 6.5% 2 4.8% Other/Unknown % 0 0.0% 1 4.8% One or more in last 3 years Total Total Taking Psychotropic Medications Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 11

20 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity 3. Previous Psychiatric Hospitalizations Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American 0 0.0% 4 6.0% 4 5.3% Asian 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian % % % Hispanic 0 0.0% 4 2.7% 4 2.3% Native American 1 9.1% 0 0.0% 1 2.4% Other/Unknown 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total Parents Psychiatric History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American 0 0.0% % % Asian % 1 7.1% % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 1 9.1% % % Other/Unknown % % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total Previous Abuse History Not Mutually Exclusive Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * No Abuse History African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 1 9.1% % % Other/Unknown % % % No Abuse History Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Sexual Abuse History African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Sexual Abuse History Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 12

21 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Physical Abuse History African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Physical Abuse History Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Emotional Abuse History African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Emotional Abuse History Total IQ Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * IQ Below 70 African American 0 0.0% 6 9.0% 6 8.0% Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian 2 1.4% % % Hispanic 0 0.0% 3 2.0% 3 1.7% Native American 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Other/Unknown 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% IQ Below 70 Total IQ African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 1 9.1% % % Other/Unknown % 1 6.7% 2 9.5% IQ Total IQ Over 80 African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % IQ Over 80 Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 13

22 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity 8. Conduct Disorder Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total Axis I Diagnosis Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Yes African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Yes Total No African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % No Total Total Four Most Common Axis I Diagnoses Not Mutually Exclusive Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Attention Deficit Disorder African American 0 0.0% % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Attention Deficit Disorder Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Depressive Disorder African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0.0% % 2 9.5% Depressive Disorder Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 14

23 Gap Summary for OYA Males and Females by Location and Ethnicity Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Post Traumatic Stress Disorder African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Total Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * Oppositional Defiant Disorder African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % 0 0.0% % Oppositional Defiant Disorder Total D&A History Ethnicity F % * M % * Total % * No Drug and/or Alcohol History African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic 1 3.7% % % Native American 0 0.0% % % Other/Unknown % % % No Drug and/or Alcohol History Total Drug and/or Alcohol Use African American % % % Asian 0 0.0% % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American 0 0.0% % % Other/Unknown % % % Drug and/or Alcohol Use Total Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse African American % % % Asian % % % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown 0 0.0% % % Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse Total Drug and/or Alcohol Dependence African American % % % Asian % 1 7.1% % Caucasian % % % Hispanic % % % Native American % % % Other/Unknown % % % Drug and/or Alcohol Dependence Total Total * Percents are based on the Number of Youth in each location by Ethnicity Group OYA Research and Evaluation Page 15

24 Oregon Youth Authority Information Systems Research and Evaluation Mental Health GAP Survey Statewide Summary Population Facility % % % % Community % % % % Statewide % % % % Facility 2000 n= n= n= n=826 Axis I (excluding conduct disorder) % % % % Axis I (excluding conduct disorder) on Psychotropic Medication % % % % AOD 2 History (includes Use, Abuse & Dependence) 1 na na % % % AOD 2 Diagnosis (includes Abuse & Dependence) % % % % Co-Occurring Disorders (AOD 2 Diagnosis with Axis I 3 ) % % % % Facility 2000 n= n= n= n=571 Percent of Axis I 3 on Psychotropic Medication % % % % Community 2000 n= n= n= n=1129 Axis I (excluding conduct disorder) % % % % Axis I (excluding conduct disorder) on Psychotropic Medication % % % % AOD 2 History (includes Use, Abuse & Dependence) 1 na na % % % AOD 2 Diagnosis (includes Abuse & Dependence) % % % % Co-Occurring Disorders (AOD 2 Diagnosis with Axis I 3 ) % % % % Community 2000 n= n= n= n=719 Percent of Axis I 3 on Psychotropic Medication % % % % Statewide 2000 n= n= n= n=1955 Axis I (excluding conduct disorder) % % % % Axis I (excluding conduct disorder) on Psychotropic Medication % % % % AOD 2 History (includes Use, Abuse & Dependence) 1 na na % % % AOD 2 Diagnosis (includes Abuse & Dependence) % % % % Co-Occurring Disorders (AOD 2 Diagnosis with Axis I 3 ) % % % % Statewide 2000 n= n= n= n=1290 Percent of Axis I 3 on Psychotropic Medication % % % % used a different method to gather Substance Abuse data and should not be compared to 2002, 2004 & AOD: Alcohol & Other Drugs, 3 (excluding conduct disorder) Source: Mental Health/Substance Abuse Gap Assessment: 2000, 2002, 2004 & 2006 June 1, 2006 Mental Health/Substance Abuse Gap Assessment: March 1, 2006 DRAFT

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