The St. John’s Home
considers its efforts a short-term success when
the following outcomes can be observed as based
on the agency’s Continuous Quality Improvement
(CQI) logic model and as determined by the
clinical treatment team which includes the
child, his parent(s) and/or legal guardian(s),
the WV DHHR or placement worker and the St.
John’s Home staff:
- The child and family achieve or make
progress on 75% of targeted treatment plan
objectives as measured by our monthly treatment
plan tracking sheets.
- 80% of our children
make improvement in their level of Functioning as
measured by the Child and Adolescent Functional
Assessment Scale (CAFAS).
- 90 % of our
children attain/maintain a minimum 2.0 Grade Point
Average (GPA) as measured by Ohio County Schools
- 80% of our
children are discharged to a lesser restrictive
environment as measured by discharge placement.
- 80% of our children demonstrate a
decreased level of involvement in high-risk/critical
incident behavior from time of admission to time of
discharge as measured by critical incident
Evidence of long-term efficacy of the St.
John’s Home program will be the clear demonstration
of a successful reunification of the family for at
least one year.