Outcomes Matrix - Mental health and well-being | Good Finance

Outcomes Matrix - Mental health and well-being

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Enjoys good support in relation to any mental health problems

  • Reduced need for care and support services
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Number of admissions to care due to mental health problems - Reduction in time spent in care due to mental health problems - Reduction in levels of dependency on support services in relation to earlier diagnosis
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  • Increased level of independence
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Is able to self-manage during a crisis or a mental breakdown - Has self-managed and sustained their mental well-being successfully for (x) months - Has increased autonomy and control over their own care - Has developed the skills to enable independent living - Understands their condition 
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  • Improved access to and increased use of support services
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has access to quality services o Has access to a mentor or counselling o Has access to emotional support services (e.g. anger management) o Knows where to go for support when a crisis or a mental breakdown occurs - Is receiving advice, support and treatment as appropriate - Has received a mental health diagnosis (as appropriate) - Has choice and control regarding the services and support they receive - Has family members who understand their condition and are able to make informed decisions for them to be able to live a fulfilled life - Experiences improved mental health as a result of support provided
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Has a sense of purpose, engages in meaningful and fulfilling activity, and has aspirations for the future

  • Is engaged in meaningful activities (See also under the outcomes areas “Employment, Training and Education” and “Arts, Heritage Sport & Faith”)
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Is in work (including employment, training and voluntary work) which they find personally satisfying - Finds satisfaction in leisure activities - Is developing curiosity and passion - Has a feeling of accomplishment
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  • Is engaged in meaningful activities (daytime activities)
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Older people
    - Has access to meaningful daytime activities
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  • Increased drive and enthusiasm
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Has increased feelings of energy, vitality - Has decreased feelings of tiredness, and being worn-out
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  • Increased aspirations and feelings about the future
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Has life goals - Reports feeling positive about the future - Has increased ambition
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  • Experiences overall satisfaction with life
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Reports improved life satisfaction - Feels happy on a day-to-day basis - Feels they have a sense of purpose - Own assessment of quality of life
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Has a positive experience of care and a good understanding of own mental health and emotional well-being

  • Is able to manage mental health problems
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Experiences a reduction in mental health problems - Is able to sustain a good level of mental health - Is able to manage their condition
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  • Has a positive experience of mental health care support and services
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    - Reports a positive experience of mental health care and support services (including e.g. feelings of satisfaction, confidence, safety) - Reports good levels of responsiveness to needs - Reports that they feel supported to improve their quality of life in relation to their mental health - Is able to manage their own support as much as they wish, so that are in control of what, how and when support is delivered to match their needs - Family members, friends and carers report they have been included or consulted in discussions about the person they care for, and in planning and influencing service design - Family members, friends and carers report overall satisfaction with mental health services - Has safe access to mental health services and support with their carers or family - Reports a positive experience of integrated care
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  • Feels more informed about own mental health and emotional well-being
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has access to and uses mental health-related information - Finds it easy to find the necessary information concerning their care and support - Reports feeling well-informed about matters relating to their mental health and emotional well-being
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Has confidence, emotional balance and is resilient in the face of difficulties

  • Increased autonomy and control
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has a sense of control over their destiny - Is confident in their ability to make decisions - Has a sense of control over their own mental health and emotional well-being
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  • Improved resilience
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has developed improved resilience, grit and determination (including the persistence to succeed) - Has developed the capacity to cope with difficulties and stress - Has reduced stress
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  • Improved feelings for people who have experienced crime or abuse
    • Homeless
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    - Has come to terms with the crime that they experienced - Has improved feelings of safety and security - Feels that their life is back on track
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  • Improved emotional development
    • Children
    • Young people
    - Is able to develop emotionally and show age-appropriate emotions and behaviour
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  • Improved emotional balance
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Frequency of positive emotions (happiness, feeling peaceful) - Absence of excessive or overwhelming negative emotions (sadness, anger, anxiety) - Absence of feelings of excessive boredom
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  • Improved confidence and self-esteem
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has increased feelings of self-worth and self-esteem - Has improved confidence in their own capabilities - Feels that their life is valued and respected
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Communities

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Strong public awareness and participation in matters relating to mental health and well-being, and good sectoral understanding of how to optimise it

  • Reduction in stigma and discrimination associated with mental health
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Homeless
    • Mental health needs
    • Parents
    - Number of anti-discrimination trainings given in workplaces and educational institutions - Reported bullying relating to mental health problems - Reported social exclusion relating to mental health problems
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  • Improved sectoral understanding as to how best to optimise mental health and well-being
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Homeless
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Research and evidence relating to the problem and interventions (e.g. clinical trials, studies into therapies, treatments and cures, papers published) - Innovation of new ideas, technologies and approaches - Uptake of new ideas by other mental health care providers or government - Retirement of previous methods shown by research to be ineffective - Funding for research - Support for the sector through quality umbrella bodies 
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  • Improved public awareness and engagement
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Victims of crime
    - General availability of information - Number of campaigns running to inform public about mental health problems - Level of media exposure (e.g. number of articles published on the subject in mainstream media; exposure on TV, radio; internet traffic) - Level of public awareness about the causes and consequences of mental health and well-being problems - Public events, rallying and campaigning - Public donations to related charities - Public volunteering on projects and initiatives related to mental health and general emotional well-being - Change in public perception
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  • Improved participation, choice and voice for people with mental health problems
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Improved choice of mental health service and service providers - Improved ability for people with mental health problems to make informed choices about how they live and recover - Number of people using mental health services who report feeling listened to and able to manage their own support as much as they wish - Number of people using mental health services who are participating in their service design or delivery - Number of family members, friends and carers who report that they have been included or consulted in discussions about the person they care for, and in planning and influencing service design
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Public and corporate policy and expenditure that supports good mental health and wellbeing

  • Improvements in policy and legislation
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Victims of crime
    - Changes in policy and legislation that support improvements in public mental health and well-being - Changes to regulation - Level of relevant parliamentary activity (e.g. white papers published, committees formed, consultations or reviews conducted, citations made)
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  • Improved investment, expenditure and procurement
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Victims of crime
    - Government investment in mental health and well-being - Government expenditure/funding for programmes - Procurement practices and public sector contracts that are designed to improve social outcomes (e.g. contracts that enable social enterprises and smaller SMEs to bid, outcomes-aligned contracts) - Corporate investment and expenditure (giving) on improving mental health and wellbeing
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Equal access to good quality mental health services

  • Improved quality of mental health services
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Victims of crime
    - Proportion of people who recover from mental health problems following use of services - Proportion of people who experience improved mental health following use of services - Waiting times for mental health emergencies - Excess under 75 mortality rate in adults with a serious mental illness - Excess under 60 mortality rate in adults with a learning disability - Potential Years of Life Lost (PYLL) from causes considered amenable to mental health care
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  • Improved availability of preventative support and programmes
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Number and geographical coverage of community based programmes - Rates of mental health incidents and admissions into hospitals, regional secure units or secure hospitals
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  • Equal access to mental health services
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Availability and use of mental health services - Number and geographical coverage of public mental health centres - Proportion of people who are offered rehabilitation services after discharge from care
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Good mental health and well-being

  • Improved mental health equality
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    - Equality throughout the population in good mental health - Improved equality of life expectancy for people with mental health problems
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  • Improved mental health
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - National/local levels of anxiety/depression - Proportion of people with diagnosed mental health problems - Rate of suicide
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  • Improved emotional well-being
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - National/local levels of emotional well-being 
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