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Data Infrastructure Grant (DIG)

The Data Infrastructure Grant (DIG) project continues to provide Wyoming with the foundation and framework for reliably collecting and reporting mental health data in a standardized manner. The grant provides support  to state and local communities in utilizing  a Performance Measurement and Client level Outcome system to enhance the use of data with all stakeholders.

The goals of this project are to further strengthen the data infrastructure in the State of Wyoming, creating the ability to provide standard data for reporting performance indicators and outcome measures at the local, regional, statewide and federal levels through a Quality Management process. The data is then used to inform stakeholders, improve access and quality of services and collect data on client level outcomes.

The grant is provided through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the US Department of Health and Human Services.


DIG Grant

Data and Statistics Homepage


To view some of the reports funded by the DIG grant, please visit