Hillside Value Measures

Hillside Value Measures

Hillside uses value measures to improve the programs and services we provide to youth, families and the community. Value balances a program’s success rate with the actual cost of delivering those outcomes. This allows Hillside to determine if the program is improving on the measures that matter the most for those being served, and to evaluate how much positive social impact is created for every dollar invested in the program.

As of 2017, 21 Hillside programs have active value measures that are being constantly tracked for progress and improvement:

Education & Vocation

  • Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection
  • Day Treatment

Foster Care

  • Therapeutic Foster Care

Behavioral Health

  • Adult Health Homes
  • REACH Substance Abuse Clinic
  • Outpatient Clinic

Residential Treatment Services

  • Critical Care
  • Developmental Abilities Services
  • Specialized
  • Residential Treatment Facility
  • Residential Treatment Center
  • Gaining Resilience Through Overall Wellness (GROW)

In Home & Community Support

  • Bridges to Health
  • Customized Services
  • Developmental Abilities Services Transitional
  • Family Crisis Support Services
  • Family Preservation
  • Non-Secure Detention
  • Preventative Services
  • Waiver
  • Youth & Families Come First