National Outcome Measures (NOMs) for ADAP Prevention Grantees


The National Outcome Measures (NOMs) are the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) approach to performance measures. States are required to report on NOMs for both prevention and treatment programs as part of their block grant requirements. NOMs are broken down into sub-categories called “domains”. For Prevention NOMs, each state is only being asked to collect data in 3 of the 8 domains. The other five domains are being pre-populated by existing data sources.

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* Vermont is collecting data from prevention grantees to report on the three domains in bold.

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ADAP grantees will need to provide detailed data for the "Access/Capacity" domain and budget data for the "Cost Effectiveness" domain. ADAP will submit the information for the "Evidence-based Practice" domain based on grantee information from the original applications for funding.

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ADAP grantees will collect the data throughout their grant period and submit it as part of their regular reporting activities for the grant. Special forms have been designed for grantees to use to report this data to ADAP. Additional forms have been provided by ADAP to assist grantees in collecting the data.

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This domain captures information about the number of people served by race, ethnicity, age and gender:

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