Presentation on theme: "PROGRAM EVALUATION AND OUTCOMES FY 06-07 Presentation for the Board."— Presentation transcript:
PROGRAM EVALUATION AND OUTCOMES FY Presentation for the Board
Cal Farley’s Mission Statement Cal Farley’s provides professional programs and services, in a Christ- centered atmosphere, to strengthen families and support the overall development of children.
Cal Farley’s Vision Statement Cal Farley’s will be a leader in the residential childcare field while maintaining long term commitments to children and families through the delivery of an array of quality residential, educational, and community based services in a fiscally responsible manner and in accordance with the Cal Farley’s Model of Leadership and Service.
Youth Served FY Total Population Served Admits – 97 Releases - 114
Age - Youth Served FY
Gender - Youth Served FY 06-07
Ethnicity - Youth Served FY 06-07
Texas Cities/Regions - Youth Served FY 06-07
Out of State Residents -Youth Served FY
Profile of Children Placed - Youth Served FY Additional Supervision Required School Problems Family Financial Problems Anger Problems Legal Problems Emotional Abuse Physical Abuse
Parent Status – FY Admits
Who Resident Lived With Before Placement – FY Admits
Length of Stay - Youth Served FY Average Length of Stay FY – 1.80 Years FY – 1.98 Years FY – 2.17 Years
Youth Served – 454 Average Census – 314 Average LOS – 1.80 FY Youth Served – 431 Average Census – 310 Average LOS – 1.98 FY Youth Served – 390 Average Census – 292 Average LOS – 2.17 FY 06-07
Placement Intervals – FY Admits Initial Contact till Sent to Campus – 26 days Sent to Campus till PPI - 85 days PPI till Admit Date - 15 days Sent to Campus to Admit Date days Open Date till Admit Date days
Information and Referral Information 2951 Referrals1818 There are clients served in FRCs that are not reflected in these numbers.
Alumni Support Services Alumni Case Management Contacts 1180 Independent Living – Alumni Support35 Independent Living – Scattered Site6 Vocational Contracts9 Alumni Support Caseload77 Food Pantry*245 Downtown Women Center Referrals*46 Scholarships80 *Also supports Family Resource Centers
Family Resource Centers Family Resource Centers 144 Amarillo FRC – 73 DFW FRC – 39 Houston FRC – 32 PRIDE (Substance Abuse Intervention & Education)21 Next Step 11
Community Collaborations Next Step Downtown Women’s Center Community Resource Coordinating Group (CRCG) Amarillo Area Foundation Strategic Alliance PRIDE/Family Adventure Weekends Panhandle 20/20 AISD – Extended School Day Program
Community Support United Way Families at Risk Initiative Maverick Club Evaluation Committee Community Trainings Transportation Maverick YMCA Another Chance Downtown Women’s Center
Seniors ‘07 Enrolled in Post-Secondary Education the Following Fall Cal Farley’s: 58.8% seniors Local: 50% local seniors State: 51.8% Texas seniors
Scholarship Recipients – ’06-’07 Programs Associates Bachelors Masters Med School Residency PhD Vocational Certification Degrees Received Associate in General Studies Associate Fire Science Associate Human Services Bachelor Psychology/Criminal Justice Bachelor History Bachelor Physical Education Bachelor Interdisciplinary Studies
Census Plan Stability Intake Releases Staffing Infrastructure