Outcomes, Proof of Our Program’s Ongoing Success
At Sunrise, our innovative, family-systems approach to assessment and treatment can provide our therapists and staff with the tools needed to better understand complex dynamics causing a family’s current distress. By better understanding all of the influences we are able to define the optimal path to healing and lasting change.
Gone are the days of a few multiple choice questions at admission and discharge. We now focus on gathering and understanding a myriad of information, unique to each student, in order to provide the highest level of quality care. This constant assessment and thorough evaluation is critical to achieving insight into what is impacting or holding up a student’s progress. Our team at Sunrise is able to make better-informed decisions by taking into account each student’s environment and having the ability to monitor clinical highs and lows in real-time.
This also gives us the opportunity to share real and tangible results. The data that is tracked before, during and post-discharge, now allows us to see that lasting change is a direct result of the effort and hard work put in by our students and their families.
Our Most Recent Outcomes
Outcome data collection over two years, 2014-2016
90% of students no longer report harmful behaviors at discharge. Six months after transitioning 89% continue to report no harmful behaviors.
Upon discharge 79% of our students rate themselves healthy versus only 41% at admission.
Family Health: Close and Connected
At discharge 83% of students rated their families as close and connected versus only 30% at admission.
77% of fathers and 75% of mothers rated their families as close and connected upon discharge, versus 32% of fathers and 31% of mothers at admission.
83% of students rate themselves as having healthy communication and interactions with parents, adults, and peers upon discharge. Six months after transitioning 83% are able to maintain healthy communications and interactions.
Upon discharge 96% of all students from 2014-2016 left Sunrise on-track to graduate from high school.