Minerva

Welcome to the DBHR SUD Prevention and MH Promotion Online Reporting System

DBHR is excited to announce the release of the new online reporting system, known as Minerva.

Continuing in our theme and in an effort to avoid acronyms, we are calling the new system Minerva”. This is the Roman Goddess who is equivalent to the Greek Goddess Athena.  Minerva is the “Goddess of a thousand works” known for intellect, wisdom, science and inventor of numbers.

This page is your one-stop-shop for getting the references and information you need to get started in this new system.

Getting Started with Minerva

Q: I'm new to DBHR and I don't have an Athena account or a Minerva account. What do I do to get started with Minerva?

A: Please follow these steps. Note: this is a three-step process that may take up to five (5) business days to complete.

  • Step 1: Register with the Athena Forum here
  • Step 2: Register with OWL-E Learning using instructions shared with you when your Athena registration was confirmed.
  • Step 3: Take the Minerva On-line Training by viewing either the on-line CPWI training or the on-line training for our Tribal partners.
  • Step 4: Complete the Minerva New User Survey at the end of the online training.

Q: I already have an Athena and OWL-E Learning account, but not a Minerva account. What should I do next?

A: If you already have an Athena and OWL-E Learning account but need an Minerva account, please complete Step 3 and Step 4 above.

Resources: General Minerva resources

Title and Description

Minerva User Guide Version 2.0

Complete product documentation for Minerva [updated July 2017].

Description of Required Reporting

DBHR's requirements for reporting per our contracts. Note: For descriptive purposes only; does not replace contract [posted August 31, 2017].

 

Minerva Reference Guides:

Title and Description

Create a Program Planning Profile for CPWI Community Coalition Meetings

Follow these steps to correctly create a Program Profile and Activity Logs for Community Coalition meetings and to report coalition meetings [updated September 14, 2017].

Reporting CPWI Community Coalition Meetings

Follow these steps to correctly create up to four (4) Activity Logs for Coalition meetings. Report Coalition meetings (as sessions) in the appropriate Activity Log [updated September 22, 2017].

Create a Training Program Profile

Follow these steps to correctly create a Program Profile and Activity Logs for training you host or attend and to report on those trainings [updated September 22, 2017].

Program Start Up Activities

Follow these steps to correctly report program start up activities such as curriculum purchases or orientations [updated September 20, 2017].

One to One Services [under revision]

Environmental Strategies and Information Dissemination

A comprehensive guide on Environmental Strategies and Information Dissemination. Create Program Profiles, Activity Log(s), and Enter Session Details [June 2017].

Understanding Survey Selection

A guide for aligning your risk or protective factor with an appropriate objective and pre/post survey when building your program profile [February 2017].

Available Surveys

Link to zip file: Click this link to open a zip folder of PDFs of all available survey instruments [August 2017].

Good Behavior Game

Follow these steps to correctly build a Program Profile for the GBG, create Activity Logs, and Enter Session Details. This also applies to many other multiple teacher, multiple classroom programs [January 2017].

Presentations:

  • Summer Institute June 2017 Minerva Update - under revision create Program Profiles for the current Biennium; report Orientations and Curriculum Purchases; Data Entry, HIPAA, and FERPA, overview of reporting ES/ID. Note - training information clarified - see Training).
  • Mentoring and One-to-One-Services - slides from June 22, 2017 TA Call. 
  • Entity Organizational Charts for your reference - You can view these if you need to clarify the entity structure for your organization [April 2017].

Login to Minerva

 
Click on the image above.  The Minerva login screen will open up.

What to do if you get stuck?

  1. Refer to the Minerva Online Reporting User Guide above to see if you can determine and resolve the issue.
  2. If you are not able to find a resolution in the guide, or if you have found an error (bug) in the system functioning, submit a Help Desk Ticket by clicking on your name in the upper right corner – then select “Help desk Ticket”.  Or you may submit your question by phone 1(844) 385-3653.

Schedule for TA calls:

Date

Time

Link to GoToMeeting

September 20, 2017

10:00 am – 11:00 am

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/880200053

September 28, 2017

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/391323869

October 3, 2017

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/188871045

October 11, 2017

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/549641645

October 18, 2017

10:00 am – 11:00 am

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/268305621

October 24, 2017

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/508863685

If you have completed the training provided and have been assigned a user login, you may join the TA calls.  TA calls are an opportunity for you to get assistance on your data entry. Questions will be taken in order submitted and based on priority of issue.You are also welcome to listen into the call to learn from others.

 

 


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