Research Data Driven Outcomes

Data Driven Outcomes

The services provided by Hillside Family of Agencies incorporate data-driven methods that allow us to continuously review our performance and to measure true and meaningful impact. Thanks to this emphasis on measurement, Hillside can offer effective practice solutions that create the best possible outcomes with the highest value.

Download the 2014-2015 Outcomes Report

Outcomes at a Glance – FY 2014-2015

  • 71% of youth were in a permanent living situation at the time of their discharge from select Hillside programs.
  • 99% of youth respondents 6-12 months post-discharge reported no psychiatric hospitalizations.
  • 97% of youth respondents 6-12 months post-discharge avoided detention or incarceration.
  • 95% of youth respondents 6-12 months post-discharge were enrolled in or graduated from school.

Click here to download the full Data Driven Outcomes Report for FY 2014
Click here to download the full Data Driven Outcomes Report for FY 2013
Click here to download the full Data Driven Outcomes Report for FY 2012
Click here to download the full Data Driven Outcomes Report for FY 2011
Click here to download the full Data Driven Outcomes Report for FY 2010

 
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Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection (HW-SC) is a highly successful, nationally renowned, advocacy model for youth in grades 7 through 12. It is proven to improve graduation rates of youth who have risk factors that put them in great jeopardy of not graduating. By placing a caring HW-SC professional in their lives, students achieve academic success, secure part-time jobs, learn life skills, and build self-esteem. Knowing that graduation is just the beginning, HW-SC prepares its students for successful college and career experiences.

Click here to download the full HW-SC Report for FY 2012
Click here to download the full HW-SC Report for FY 2011
Click here to download the full HW-SC Report for FY 2010

Applied Behavior Analysis in Developmental Disabilities Services: Examples from the Intensive Support Unit

  • The Developmental Disabilities Intensive Support Unit (DD-ISU) provides a comprehensive array of services in two residential units designed to support four young people per unit.
    • Inter-professional clinical assessment and intervention
    • Individualized skill-building
    • Support for teaching coping strategies
    • Ongoing nursing and behavioral supports
    • Educational services
  • Services are designed for both males and females, ages 7-18.

Click here to download the full description of ABA at the Intensive Support Unit
Click here to download example one of ABA
Click here to download example two of ABA

Family Finding

Family Finding provides a range of services to help you create lifetime networks for disconnected youth. As part of Hillside’s commitment to help youth make permanent family connections, we are pleased to offer Family Finding services, training, and consultation for Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, Mental Health, and Developmental Disabilities public or private agencies.

Click here to download a full Family Finding Report
Click here to download the Family Finding Pilot Study Report

Specialized Care: Snell Farm Children's Center & Hillside Children's Center- Varick Campus

Specialized Services at Hillside Children's Center and Snell Farm Children's Center is a collaborative, trauma informed approach to residential treatment for youth who have engaged in sexual harm.

The mission of Specialized Care Services is to provide exceptional services based upon best practice and evidence-based research dedicated to: Stopping sexually harmful behavior, healing and strengthening the lives of children and families, and creating safer communities for everyone

Click here to download the full Specialized Care Report