Pinellas County Data Collaborative

About the Project

The Pinellas County Data Collaborative was established in 1999 to enhance county mental health services by encouraging collaboration among community service providers, government agencies, and educational institutions. In addition to FMHI, key members of the Collaborative from Pinellas County include the County Commissioners, the Circuit Court, the County Attorney, Sheriff’s Office, the Pinellas Department of Social Services, and the Juvenile Welfare Board. Participating state agencies include the Florida Department of Children and Families and the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. The Policy and Services Research Data Center (PSRDC) at FMHI compiles and analyzes data shared through the Collaborative for the Pinellas County Blue Ribbon Panel on Mental Health and Substance Abuse and for various other projects.

Principal Investigator

Charles Dion, MA

Award Amount



10/01/2009 - 09/30/2013