FY 2017 Outcomes and Data
How Much Did We Do?
How Well Did We Do It?
90% of clients responded that they received the services they needed.
95% of clients responded that staff treated them with respect.
88% of clients served by Community Support Programs were consistently seen within one week of discharge from a psychiatric hospital.
100% of our agencies provide co-occurring services to people struggling with mental health and substance use disorders.
100% of our agencies promote access to preventative primary care, often support people’s attendance at appointments and coordinating care when needed.
100% of network mental health agencies provide crisis beds for support for mental health crises as an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization offered at a fraction of the cost.
63% of schools in agency catchment areas have VCP Network Agency staff embedded in their buildings increasing access to supportive and therapeutic services.
Is Anyone Better Off?
88.2% of clients with Serious Mental Illness, adults with mental illness, and children with Serious Emotional Disturbance live in a private residence compared to 76.2% nationally.
Only 3.4% of the people VCP network agencies supported were homeless.
96% of people served by Developmental Services live in independent community settings with 92% reporting that they like where they live.
80% of our youngest children (ages 0 – 6) achieved one or more of their treatment goals.
88% of youth with Developmental Disabilities enrolled in a post-secondary program were employed upon graduation.
Over 50% of people screened for public inebriation were admitted to a bed and avoided incarceration affording them with ready access to follow up services for substance use disorder.
88% of clients responded that the services received made a difference.
85.4% of clients responded that their quality of life improved as a result of the services they received.
By providing more supports to more people in Vermont compared to national averages, we estimate that the VCP Network community based programs and services have saved taxpayers $77 million through the reduced emergency department utilization and hospital bed stays.