The MHSRET Program is a collaborative project between the State of Hawai‘i Adult Mental Health Division (AMHD) and the University of Hawai‘i (UH) Social Science Research Institute.
The MHSRET Program, under the direction of Dr. A. Michael Wylie, supports over 15 graduate assistants and employs over 40 full-time staff in four units: Services Research, Evaluation, and Training Program; Management Information Systems Program; the Information Dissemination and Communications Unit; and the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program. It is one of 51 nationwide outreach partners in the National Institute of Mental Health’s (NIMH) Consituency Outreach and Education Program. We share with NIMH the commitment of disseminating science-based information on mental health to a broad array of audiences, bridging the gap between research and practice, thus improving the health and quality of life of people with mental illness.
Slideshow: About the MHSRET Program
The Mental Health Services Research, Evaluation, and Training (MHSRET) Program is committed to improving the quality of life for persons with severe and persistent mental illness through evidence-based practices and mental health services research.
3465 Wai‘alae Avenue, Suite 200, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96816
Telephone: (808) 735-3435, Facsimile: (808) 735-3436
The Mental Health Services Research, Evaluation, and Training Program of the University of Hawai‘i is an Approved APA Continuing Education Sponsor. As an accredited provider, the MHSRET Program has adopted and conducts a program of Continuing Education in compliance with the APA Standards, Principles, and Criteria. Additionally, as an accredited provider, the MHSRET Program may designate an activity for APA Credits provided the activity meets all accreditation standards.
Contact: Steven Y.C. Wong, Ph.D.
Phone: (808) 735-1811
CEU application form