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CY 2014 Request For Information Reviews

Board-Approved Agency Outcome Measures


Agency Name:


Time Period Reported: January 1 – September 30, 2014


Services


AOD: Assessment, Case Mgt., Crisis Intervention; Family Counseling; Group Counseling; BH Counseling & Therapy; Urinalysis; Medical/Somatic; Non-Medical Community Residential; Room & Board; AOD Services Not Otherwise Classified.
MH: Psych Diagnostic Interview; Pharm Mgt.; BH Counseling and Therapy (Group & Individual); MH Assessment; CPST.


Outcomes Measures

The agency reports the following Outcomes Measures:


  • Client feedback on Programs (focuses on reinforcing positive, pro-social behaviors and providing meaningful incentives).

  • Client Satisfaction Surveys

  • Caregiver Satisfaction Surveys

  • Treatment Completion Rates

  • Engagement/Retention

  • Wait time for assessment (the average number of days waiting for all clients [non-Medicaid, Medicaid and private insurance] who could not receive an assessment appointment within 3 business days of initial contact).

  • Wait time for residential treatment



Results

  • 79% responded positively to the Program.

  • 69% reported they were very satisfied with the services they received and 21% were fairly satisfied.

  • 76% of Caregiver reported they were very satisfied with the services they received with an additional 15% being fairly satisfied.

  • Programs participants appeared to be on track for at least 80% completion rates.

  • 84% of residential clients reported therapists have adequate time for clients

  • Average wait to assessment is 6.03 days; previous average was 6.96.

  • The average wait time from assessment to residential treatment is 7.41 days; there was no change from previous year.

  • 49% of participants were admitted to residential treatment within five days of assessment.

Reportable Incidents (MUI’s) The agency notes 100% timely reporting.





CY 2014 Request For Information Reviews

Board-Approved Agency Outcome Measures

Agency Name:


Time Period Reported: January 1 – September 30, 2014


Services

AOD: Assessment, Group Counseling, BH Counseling and Therapy; IOP, Urinalysis, Non-Medical Community Residential

Outcomes Measures

The agency tracks successful treatment completion rates for its Residential Treatment Programs, as well as its Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Non-Intensive Outpatient Treatment (NIOP) programs. The agency tracks discharge outcomes specifically for those clients whose treatment is covered by ADAMHSCC Board funding.

Results




  • 56% of women’s residential discharges whose treatment was ADAMHSCC funded were successful; staff are gathering information such as age, race, drug(s) of addiction, point of departure from treatment to determine the reasons for lower residential treatment completion among female ADAMHSCC funded clients.




  • 62% of IOP discharges whose treatment was ADAMHSCC funded were successful. At discharge from IOP, all reported maintaining sobriety, having positive relationships, having stable living arrangements and experiencing improved heath. All had developed relapse prevention plans prior to their discharge from treatment.




  • 73% of Non-Intensive OP treatment discharges whose treatment was ADAMHSCC funded were successful; all discharged NIOP consumers maintained sobriety at discharge, had positive supportive relationships, practiced relapse prevention skills and had stable, sober housing.


81% of the former clients reached by the agency post-discharge reported they were maintaining sobriety, had stable and sober housing and relationships.

The agency notes that successful treatment completion rates for all of its programs are above national expectations (60% for residential and 50% for outpatient).



CY 2014 Request For Information Reviews

Board Approved Agency Outcome Measures


AGENCY NAME:


Time Period Reported: January 1 – September 30, 2014


Services

AOD: Intensive Outpatient; sub-acute detoxification


Outcomes Measures

For consumers using sub-acute detox services, the agency tracks the percentage of consumers reaching these Treatment Milestones:



  • Treatment engagement

  • Demonstration of an understanding of addiction

  • Modification of negative behavior

  • Commitment to next level of care

  • Demonstration of improved health at discharge

For consumers using IOP services, the agency tracks the percentage of consumers reaching these Treatment Milestones:



  • Treatment engagement

  • Willingness to follow treatment recommendations

  • Demonstration of an understanding of addiction

  • Identifies addictive/abusive attitudes

  • Acknowledges triggers/identifies coping behaviors

  • Develops recovery plan

  • Consumers achieve abstinence and engage in positive and supportive relationships and environments at discharge.



Results

Sub Acute Detox:


  • Treatment engagement 397

  • Demonstration of an understanding of addiction 307 77%

  • Modification of negative behavior 277 70%

  • Commitment to next level of care 259 65%

  • Demonstration of improved health at discharge 328 83%


IOP services:


  • Treatment engagement 111

  • Willingness to follow treatment recommendations 91 82%

  • Demonstration of an understanding of addiction 56 51%

  • Identifies addictive/abusive attitudes 44 39%

  • Acknowledges triggers/identifies coping behaviors 41 37%

  • Develops recovery plan 27 24%

  • Consumers achieve abstinence and engage in positive

  • and supportive relationships and environments at discharge. 42 38%




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