2011-2012 Outcome Statistics
The above graph demonstrates the effectiveness of New Haven's treatment. Scores above the yellow line (46 points) are indicative of an unhealthy number of symptoms and difficulties. Scores below the yellow line indicate difficulties that generally do not warrant treatment. The average score for our students at the time of their admission, as rated by their parents, is 95.8; however, the average score for our students at the time of their discharge from New Haven was significantly reduced to 35.22, well below the healthy cutoff score.
Adolescents are constantly judged by their relationships. The Interpersonal Relations scale assesses an adolescent's relationship with parents, other adults, and peers. Scores above the yellow line are suggestive of significant interpersonal difficulty. Our student's average score at the time of their admission, as rated by their parents, is 12.62, more than triple the clinical cutoff score of 4. When our students leave, their average score drops to 1.6, well below the healthy cutoff score.
Social problems affect adolescents in so many ways. That is why New Haven focuses on healthy relationship development. The above graph demonstrates how effective New Haven is in reducing social problems. Scores above the yellow line are suggestive of an unhealthy amount of social problems. When our students arrive, their average score, as rated by their parents, is 9.68, more than triple the clinical cutoff score of 3. When our students leave, their average score drops to 1.33, well below the healthy cutoff score.
2010 Outcome Statistics
New Haven is committed to providing treatment that works. In doing so, we actively gather outcome data using nationally standardized tests. The graph above illustrates results from the YOQ, an instrument that measures actual change in functioning. The lower the score on the YOQ, the less difficulties someone has. The red graph represents the average score for a girl entering New Haven, while the green graph represents the average score for a girl when she leaves New Haven. Scores below the yellow line are in the healthy range.
The Proof is in the Percentages
At New Haven, we don't expect you to just take our word for it when we say that our program heals families.
We invite you to speak directly with parents and students who have experienced New Haven first hand. We also encourage you to review our comprehensive outcome data-data that proves New Haven's effectiveness. We've been gathering and analyzing this information for ten years and have published formal outcome studies since 2007. You'll find the results quite impressive.
So take us up on our offer to speak with alumni parents. Just give us a call at Phone 888-317-3958 and we'll provide you with a list of parents and former students who can relate to your struggles, offer you support, and give you honest, firsthand insight into the New Haven experience.
Meanwhile, take a look at the following snapshot of our outcome statistics and compare them to those of any program in the behavioral healthcare field. You'll see that the proof really is in the percentages.
2009 Outcome Statistics
The following statistics are from our 2009 Outcomes Report which is based on data from a variety of internationally recognized psychometric tests, demographic data, surveys, written samples, and case-study reports. Most statistics represent between two and eight contiguous years of gathered data. A full report is available upon request.
Our Numbers Show that New Haven Produces:
- 100% of New Haven High School Graduates were accepted into college in 2007 and 2008.
- 90% of students were back on schedule for High School graduation upon completing the New Haven program.
- 89% New Haven students consider their families healthy upon completion of the New Haven treatment program.
- 88% of fathers and 79% of mothers also consider their families healthy upon completion of the New Haven Treatment program.
- At discharge, 79% of parents who finish treatment scored "fighting with my daughter" in the healthy range, an improvement of 55% since admission to New Haven.
- At discharge, 79% of parents who finish treatment scored "communication with my daughter" in the healthy range, an improvement of 59% over the admission score.
- At discharge, 79% of mothers and 88% of fathers who finish treatment scored their families as healthy. One year later (N=30), 77% of mothers and 68% of fathers still scored their families as healthy.
- 95% of discharging students scored in the healthy range.
- 90% of the students whose admission CDI scores were in the clinical range improved 15 points (one and a half standard deviations) or more between admission and discharge.
General Mental and Emotional Health
- 92% of parents scored their daughters as healthy at discharge.
- 70% of discharging students scored themselves as healthy (an increase of 50% over admissions scores). One year after treatment 65% of parents still scored their daughters as healthy.
- 92% of students who finished treatment in 2008 scored healthy on the "relation to self and others" scale; 79% of those manifested clinically significant change on the scale between admission and discharge.
- 94% of students who finished treatment in 2008 scored healthy on the "impulsive/addictive behavior" scale.
- 84% of students from 2002-2008 who finished treatment scored in a healthy range on the BASIS-32's average scale at discharge. 68% of those manifested clinically significant change from admission to discharge.
- Only 6% of students who left New Haven went directly to another treatment center.
- 88% of students never returned to inpatient treatment again.
- Parent ratings indicate that only 32% of students experienced high levels of anxiety or depression after New Haven, representing an improvement of 63% over pre-treatment scores.
- Parent ratings indicate that only 29% of students struggled with friendships or romantic relationships after leaving New Haven, representing an improvement of 54% over pre-treatment scores.
- 84% of parents scored their daughters as doing well on their primary presenting problem. One year later, 74% of parents still scored their daughters as doing well on the primary presenting problem.
Length of Stay
- The average time it takes for a successful completion of the New Haven program is only 11.4 months.
- 98% of students and parents rate their relationship with their New Haven therapist as strong.
- 99% of alumni parents would recommend New Haven to another family seeking treatment.
- 98% of alumni parents rate their overall experience at New Haven as "good" or "excellent."
- 96% of alumni parents rate New Haven's family involvement as "good" or "excellent."
- 95% of alumni parents rate New Haven's communication while in treatment as "good" or "excellent."
- 86% of students who finish treatment scored their mothers as doing well on the primary presenting problem at discharge. One year later 62% of students still scored their mothers as doing well on the primary presenting problem.
- 85% of students who finish treatment scored their fathers as doing well on the primary presenting problem at discharge.
- 95% of our employees would recommend New Haven to a friend for employment.
- 97% of our employees would recommend New Haven to a teenage girl in need.
- 94% of our employees feel that their supervisor (or someone else at work) cares about them as a person.
New Haven has been collecting data on our outcomes for years as a part of our continuous quality improvement program. We're proud of our commitment to quality and pleased with the results of that commitment. Please take a look at the attached digests of outcome data to see how we're doing!