Assessment Tools and Sample Reports
The following tools and reports were created by the I-Lab Team in collaboration with other subject matter experts. Click on the buttons below to access specific assessment tools, associated sample reports, and our current fee schedules.
Tools and Assessments
Trauma Informed Care
Oregon Trauma Informed Care Implementation Assessment Tool
Organizations implementing trauma informed care have experienced increased engagement as well as reduced mental health symptoms and reduced substance use among participants. The I-Lab and Trauma Informed Oregon created the Oregon Trauma Informed Care Implementation Assessment Tool to support and measure comprehensive implementation of this complex, multi-faceted framework. The tool offers a roadmap for ensuring environments and services feel safe, welcoming and engaging for service recipients and staff.
Zero Suicide in Health Systems
Oregon Zero Suicide Implementation Assessment Tool
A system-wide approach to providing suicide safer care in health and behavioral health systems, implementation of Zero Suicide has been shown to reduce the rate of suicide deaths within the U.S. Air Force and the Henry Ford Health Systems, among others. The I-Lab and Oregon Health Authority partnered with the Education Development Center’s Zero Suicide Institute to create the Oregon Zero Suicide Implementation Assessment Tool to support and measure implementation of this complex, multi-faceted framework.
Safe Opioid Therapy in Primary Care
Six Building Blocks of Pain Management and Safe Opioid Therapy in Primary Care
Oregon’s 6 Building Blocks Tool is a clinical self‐assessment designed to assist providers in following the CDC Opioid Prescribing Guidelines while continuing to provide effective care for chronic pain. In 2017, the PSU Regional Research Institute for Human Services, home of the I-Lab, worked with the Oregon Health Authority and multiple other partners to create this expanded version of the 2015 Six Building Blocks of Safer Opioid Prescribing, previously developed in Washington and Idaho.
Other Tools and Services
In addition to these existing tools, the I-Lab is available to assist in assessing your organization’s level of implementation of other evidence-based human services as well as the development of new implementation assessment tools. Our work covers a wide range of subject areas within the human services field, including mental health, behavioral health, suicide prevention, trauma informed care, corrections, juvenile justice, residential care, and homelessness. Contact us to discuss your ideas and request a quote.