Southwest Alliance
Number of Consumers Served by the Community Mental Health System, FY 2001 - FY 2009
All Funding Streams Including Medicaid and General Funds
  Total
Served
Individuals with Mental Illness (MI) Individuals with a Developmental Disability (DD) Dual (MI & DD) Age or Disability Designation Not Reported
Adults % Children % Adults % Children % Adults % Children % Not Reported %
FY 2001    10,257    6,262 61.05%    2,388 23.28%   1,112 10.84%       249 2.43%       144 1.40%        38 0.37%           64 0.62%
FY 2002     9,279    5,699 61.42%    1,911 20.59%   1,053 11.35%       233 2.51%       282 3.04%        42 0.45%           59 0.64%
FY 2003     8,964    5,391 60.14%    1,760 19.63%   1,142 12.74%       224 2.50%       313 3.49%        43 0.48%           91 1.02%
FY 2004     8,425    4,875 57.86%    1,532 18.18%   1,093 12.97%       214 2.54%       505 5.99%       160 1.90%           46 0.55%
FY 2005     8,869    4,987 56.23%    1,805 20.35%   1,084 12.22%       221 2.49%       545 6.14%       180 2.03%           47 0.53%
FY 2006     9,094    5,072 55.77%    1,810 19.90%   1,088 11.96%       210 2.31%       656 7.21%       187 2.06%           71 0.78%
FY 2007    10,045    5,912 58.86%    2,313 23.03%   1,073 10.68%       209 2.08%       405 4.03%        60 0.60%           73 0.73%
FY 2008    10,221    6,131 59.98%    2,154 21.07%   1,030 10.08%       192 1.88%       535 5.23%        92 0.90%           87 0.85%
FY 2009    10,120    6,081 60.09%    2,200 21.74%   1,056 10.43%       210 2.08%       439 4.34%        64 0.63%           70 0.69%
Report produced by: MDCH, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Performance Measurement Section
Source data: FY1999-FY2001 Community Mental Health Services Programs Demographic and Cost Data
FY2002-FY2009 Quality Improvement and Encounter Data
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Report date: 5/12/2010
Definitions: Mental Illness: An individual is determined to have mental illness if he/she has a DSM-IV diagnosis of mental illness, excluding mental retardation, developmental disability or substance abuse disorder.
Developmental Disability: An individual is determined to have a developmental disability if he/she meets the 1996 Mental Health Code Definition of Developmental Disability, regardless of the types of services that he/she receives.
Dual Diagnosis: Beginning FY2001, CMHSPs and PIHPs were given the option to designate an individual as having a 'dual diagnosis' if he/she met the standards for both mental illness as well as developmental disability.
Children are those consumers who are 18 years of age or younger during the fiscal year of reporting.  
Note: Consumers who were only reported to have a substance use disorder are excluded from the counts above.