Mission Impact Priority Outcomes
During the last 92 days, 4% of all our clients were hospitalized which is higher than the past reported data. This slight increase from our past 3% can be attributed to the accurate data we receive from CRISP. Of the clients that were hospitalized, 25% were readmitted within the period of October-December 2018. Some of the clients that were readmitted were referred to ACT for a higher level of care.
♦ 1,007 active MHRS clients
♦ 43 clients hospitalized out of all active MHRS clients
♦ 11 clients were re-admitted of the clients who were hospitalized
♦ 121 total days were spent in the hospital by clients
♦ 92 total possible hospital days (July-August 2018)
Percentage of clients moving into independent living after six months.
♦ At the time of intake 35% of all of our clients are homeless.
♦ After six months, 30% are homeless.
♦ 15% of our homeless clients obtained some sort of housing after six months.
♦ Homelessness decreased 15% across our clients.
♦ In regards to independent living, after six months, 10% more of our clients are living independently.
♦ A client living with family has decreased 9%, which means that fewer clients are living with family out of convenience.
Fewer of our clients are homeless which means that community support staff are helping clients reach their goals and clients are becoming more independent as a result of working with their community support specialists.
Percentage of active clients who have full spectrum of Reaching Recovery tools administered and tabulated (future outcomes will target recovery thresholds).
For an overview of our Patient Discharge Coordination (PDC) program, click here.
In 2018, The PANSS (Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale) was not consistently tabulated at the Day Program therefore we do not have enough data to draw any conclusions at this time. The Day Program supervisor along with one of the Team Leaders at the Day Program have created a new system. The following was information presented at Quality Improvement meetings this year:
The GAIN-SS section 3 captures a client’s substance use and related behaviors. The higher the score indicates that the use and behaviors are more recent. The scores decrease as the timeframe of use and behaviors is further away. A decrease in score shows that a person has maintained abstinence from substance use and substance use related negative behaviors.
Over the last 90 days, there has been a 3% decrease in substance abuse related (N=17)
Over the last 90 days, there has been a 10% decrease in substance abuse related (N=7)