This 90-minute session introduced the NOMs data collection and reporting process and discussed how it can be implemented within a school-based or school-linked mental health services setting. The session provided an overview of the NOMs Client-level Measurement Tool and domains, reviewed key stakeholder roles and responsibilities, and detailed data collection and management practices. The session was designed for AWARE SEA and LEA team members who have a role in collecting or reporting NOMS data.
- Understand the purpose and structure of NOMs
- Clarify key roles and expectations for school and community service providers in the collection of NOMs data
- Identify data collection and management “best practices” and review minimum requirements for grantee compliance
- Anticipate barriers or challenges to collecting NOMs data and explore potential solutions.
Victoria Stuart-Cassel, MPPA, is the President of EMT Associates, Inc. She brings more than 25 years of experience providing evaluation, policy research and technical assistance and training services for the behavioral health, education, and criminal justice fields. She has led numerous federal, state, and local research and policy studies, including the evaluations of three state AWARE grants with the Tennessee Department of Education. She brings extensive knowledge and experience with federal performance reporting for SAMHSA funded projects and initiatives. Ms.Cassel has authored or co-authored technical reports, research and policy briefs, and journal articles; has produced training curricula, resource guides and other technical assistance and training tools, and has presented at professional conferences and on technical assistance webinars targeting national audiences.