Successful Outcomes

MAIN STREET HOUSE HOMELESS SHELTER 2018

  • Total # of admissions:  49
  • Total # of positive discharges:  26
  • Total # of discharges using Rapid Rehousing Program (RRP):  7
  • Total # of activities/groups offered:  162
  • Total # of clients who obtained employment while in the program:  47
  • Total # of clients who received GED/diploma while in program: 6

CHAP 2018

  • Total # of  CHAP participants: 25
  • Total # of participants who demonstrate improvement on the LIST Assessment:  94%
  • Total # of successful discharges (state housing and either GPA of 2.0 or higher or graduated at time of discharge):  100%
  • Total # of participants who obtain employment:  43%
  • Total # of participants who can identify a positive adult support outside of the program staff and DCF:  100%
  • Total # of youth with all essential documents:  76%
  • Total # of participants who maintain stable living arrangements:  93%
  • Total # of youth who maintained a GPA of 2.0/C (or higher):  74%

 CHEER 2018

  • Total # of CHEER participants:  22
  • Total # of successful discharges (employed and stable housing at the time of discharge):  100%
  • Total # of participants who demonstrate improvement on the LIST Assessment:  65%
  • Total # of participants who obtain employment:  52%
  • Total # of participants who can identify a positive adult support outside of the program and DCF:  44%
  • Total # of participants who maintain stable living arrangements:  92%
  • Total # of participants who are saving 50% of their earnings (or more):  50%

GRAY FARM HOUSE 2018

  • Total # of residents served:  18
  • Total # of admissions:  3
  • Total # of discharges:  4
  • Total # of recreational activities/outings offered:  165
  • Total # of incidents:  37
  • Total # of restraints:  0
  • Total # of d/c’s to a less restrictive placement (i.e. foster home, independent living, supervised housing or therapeutic foster care):  5
  • Total # of d/c’s to an equal or more restrictive placement (i.e. correctional facility, juvenile detention, RTC/group home, alternative psychiatric/rehab or medical facility):  0
  • Total # of residents who are employed/volunteer:  21
  • Total # of individual therapy tx hours:  216.5
  • Total # of family therapy tx hours:  41
  • Total # of clinical groups offered:  114
  • Total # of life skills groups offered:  57
  • Total # of MTPPR’s completed:  56
  • Total # of Ohio Scales completed:  17

CLIFT HOUSE 2018

  • Total # of admissions:  52
  • Total # of admissions in-house for over 45 days: 26

WISE CSP

  • Total # of clients served:  13
  • Total # of services conducted in a non-office setting:  100%
  • Total # of notes completed on time:  100%
  • Total # of monthly notes received by the 10th of each month:  100%
  • Total # of client satisfaction surveys completed:  89%
  • Monthly note cumulative quarterly percentage:  100%

WISE RA

  • Total # of clients served:  18
  • Total # of monthly notes received by the 10th of each month:  100%
  • Total # of client satisfaction surveys completed:  89%
  • Monthly note cumulative quarterly percentage:  100%

2018 Client Quotes:

“Hannah Gossett is my RA and has done a wonderful job because I am getting better.  I sure am a lot better than when I started a year ago.”

 

“Happy with services.  I really like my RA Kathy M.  I have fun shopping and getting things done.  We like to laugh and joke.”

 

“Went through the Noank Community Support Services young adult shelter and program, I was connected to multiple organizations to assist with my mental health.  I had been living in a boat in Groton before getting connected to shelter.  I began taking my medications again, got sober and ultimately moved back to live with my mom in South Carolina.”

 

“I’m 18 and was staying at the adult shelter in New London, I was getting into things I shouldn’t have been – drugs and alcohol.  When the young adult shelter opened, I was able to go there and it wasn’t as scary as being in the adult shelter.  I wasn’t worried about where I was sleeping every night.  I worked with Kayla to find an apartment in Norwich close to my natural supports.”

 

“I think spending time with a CHAP worker that understands you and your needs is the most valuable part of CHAP, along with the advice given by the CHAP worker.”

 

“Since the WISE program, I have been receiving the help that I need.  Before this program I was not able to get out much.  I am grateful for the help I receive.”

 

“(We) wanted to tell you again how pleased and proud of you all.  Sally is doing great at 3 Rivers!  I will be helping her monthly personal bills.  I’ll see to it they get paid in a timely order.  Her cell phone is always taken care of.  As you are aware, she has her cell phone with her.  You all have done a great job in helping her, not only getting to and from medical appointments, but other things and since you’re all ladies you can discuss various things that might be worrying her.  You all rock, you’re the greatest in my opinion.  Proud to know each of you.  Thank you.”