Mental Health Outcomes Management/Data
At Hopewell, outcomes data are routinely reviewed with the residents, and their feedback is encouraged concerning improvements in our therapeutic community programming. As a result of such feedback, suggested changes to the residential therapeutic program emerge. Examples have included the addition of therapeutic groups, changes to the program schedule, posting of menus in the cottages, and meal and snack choices.
Outcomes data are shared with clinical staff to assist them in knowing the progress that Residents are making and where assistance is needed. As noted, outcomes information is regularly shared with individual residents to assist them in tracking their own progress and goal achievements during their stay at our therapeutic farm community.
The data collected to date document benefits of mental health treatment at Hopewell. Ongoing studies and data collection will continue to explore and refine these impressions, which in turn will drive future modifications to our treatment model. Our conclusion at this point is that, factoring in costs and other issues, Hopewell offers a financially advantageous and powerful alternative for delivering highly effective treatment to those with serious mental illness, and that persons with serious mental illness can optimistically and realistically, with help, look forward to self-satisfying and socially effective lives after they move past the residential therapeutic program.
The following graphs are selected from Hopewell's 2018 Outcomes Report.
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The graph below shows the frequency of primary diagnoses for the residents in the study.
Gender Spread by Percentages
These results were obtained from information collected from residents on their diagnostic assessments.
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