A recent chart review of the initial 131 participants, drawn from the first five years of the program (2006–2011), found that the SWCS has successfully addressed diverse needs from a wide variety of research units. High rates of referrals were from neuropsychiatric units (42%), although outpatient mental health (28%) and substance abuse research clinics (15%) were also major referral sources. Many participants sought assistance from SWCS for multiple needs. The most common were assistance with entitlements (39%), such as Supplemental Security Income, Medicaid, food stamps, and so on, followed by employment assistance (36%) and mental health service referrals (28%). Housing issues (25%) and referrals for co-occurring medical conditions (21%) were also in demand. Single individuals (90%) and those lacking private insurance (84%) were especially likely to seek assistance through the service.