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Skagit Wraparound Data and Statistics. Client Demographics Total of 28 youth and their families. One (1) youth was a readmission which results in an actual.

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1 Skagit Wraparound Data and Statistics

2 Client Demographics Total of 28 youth and their families. One (1) youth was a readmission which results in an actual unduplicated count of 27. Two (2) of the 28 families did not complete the engagement phase of Wraparound. Six (6) were non-Medicaid. The average length of time in the program was calculated using the number of current families and graduated families. Youth and families that did not complete the engagement phase of Wraparound are not included in the length of time in program calculation. Average age Boy: 12.9 Girls: 13 Racial Demographics Caucasian: 24 African American: 1 Latino: 1 Other: 2 Average length of time in program Boys: 7 months Girls: 8 months

3 Total: N=28, More than six months: N=16, Less than six months: N=12 Data Collection Completed Baseline intake Baseline outcome measures 6 Month follow up to intake 6 Month outcome measures 6 Month WIFI 12 Month outcome measures Total Possible Total Completed Completion Rate 100% 81% 100%

4 Referral Source N = 28Percent Mental Health Agency2071% Children’s Administration27% Juvenile Justice00% Schools414% Mental Health Hospital13% Family/Parent13%

5 Services 6< Months Prior to Wraparound (N=13) Juvenile Justice CPSOther CAARISResidential Treatment Outpatient Substance Abuse Outpatient MH MH Hosp Special Edu. Boys Girls Total Avg. 31%54%8%23%8% 92%46%70%

6 New services after entering Wraparound (N=13) Juvenile Justice CPSOther CAARISResidential Treatment Outpatient Substance Abuse Outpatient MH MH Hosp Special Edu. Boys Girls Total Avg. 15%8%0% 15%8%0%15%8%

7 Youth Risk Factors at Intake (6 mo.<) INDICATOR (N = 13)YESNO%YES Did youth get arrested 4930% Suicidal gestures or thoughts 5838% Hit or strike another person 11284% Damage property 11284% Take property 7654% Run away 31023% Act worried or fearful 12192% Have behavior problems at home 12192% Problems due to alcohol or drugs 1128% Receive outpatient MH counseling 12192% Received inpatient MH treatment 4930%

8 Youth Risk Factors at Six Months (6 mo.<) INDICATOR (N = 13)YESNO%YES Did youth get arrested 21115% Suicidal gestures or thoughts 31023% Hit or strike another person 7653% Damage property 4931% Take property 4931% Run away 21115% Act worried or fearful 10377% Have behavior problems at home 12192% Problems due to alcohol or drugs 21115% Receive outpatient MH counseling 12192% Received inpatient MH treatment 21115%

9 Caregiver Risk Factors at Intake ( 6mo.<) INDICATOR (N = 13) YESNO%YES Under-supported chronic physical illness31023% Untreated mental illness31023% Untreated substance abuse0130 Psychiatric hospitalization0130 Incarceration1128% Domestic violence1128% Victim of physical or sexual abuse21315% Poverty5838% Other children in foster care1128% Exposure to substance abuse in the home1128%

10 Caregiver Risk Factors at Six mo. ( 6mo.>) INDICATOR (N = 13) YESNO%YES Under-supported chronic physical illness1128% Untreated mental illness1128% Untreated substance abuse0130 Psychiatric hospitalization0130 Incarceration0130 Domestic violence1128% Victim of physical or sexual abuse0130 Poverty4931% Other children in foster care1128% Exposure to substance abuse in the home0130

11 Youth Mood Difficulties at Intake & 6 moths

12 Education Status at Intake (6mo.<) N = 13 YESNO% Yes Enrolled in school or daycare11385% School changes or disruptions in past six months 7654% Suspended21115% Expelled in past six months21115%

13 Education Status at Six Months School status at six monthsN = 13 YESNO% Yes Enrolled in school or daycare11277% School changes or disruptions in past six months 4931% Suspended1128% Expelled in past six months1128%

14 N=28 for intake / N=13 for 6 month / N=5 for 12 month Caregiver Strain The following slides are the results of the Caregiver Strain Questionnaire depicting the intake and six month results.

15 Loss of Personal Time

16 Missing work or neglecting other duties

17 Disruption of family routines

18 Family member having to do without necessities

19 Financial Strain

20 Caregiver summary question In General, how much of a toll has your child’s emotional or behavioral problem taken on your family?


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