The Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) for Team-Based Behavioral Health (Behavioral Health QUERI) (JoAnn Kirchner, M.D., principal investigator for the North Little Rock site) is one of 17 Quality Enhancement Research Initiative centers nationwide focused on improving the health and care of Veterans by supporting the application of critical evidence into practice. Using common facilitation techniques and common measures, the Quality Enhancement Research Initiative for Team-Based Behavioral Health enhances and informs team-based care for veterans with behavioral health conditions. Specifically, this program will advance the United States Department of Veterans Affairs’ knowledge of how team-based behavioral healthcare can be improved through implementation facilitation strategies, with anticipated improvements in Veteran outcomes. Data will be relevant to care within Veterans Affairs and Veterans Affairs / non-Veterans Affairs shared care, since team-based care for veterans occurs beyond the bricks and mortar of the Veterans Affairs health care system—an issue of increasing importance in the era of the MISSION Act. Program investigators collect common measures pertaining to organizational context, team development, health-related quality-of-life and veteran satisfaction, and will aggregate these data across projects. Program investigators will develop a new facilitation fidelity tool and produce an updated Implementation Facilitation Training Manual (Version 2) that can be used by Veterans Affairs Operations personnel and researchers. The presence of the Quality Enhancement Research Initiative for Team-Based Behavioral Health in North Little Rock continues a long tradition of collaboration among Veterans Affairs and UAMS mental health services researchers, as the Mental Health Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (JoAnn Kirchner, M.D., principal investigator) coordinating center was located at Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System and fostered a highly-productive collaborative research environment that continues to benefit investigators at both institutions as well as nationally.