OCS Annual Outcomes Report 2014-2015
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Contracted Service Hours*
Unanticipated Non Coverage Hours Percentage of Contracted Service Hours
Delivered Service Hours**
Volunteer Service Hours
Staff Service Hours
The desired outcome of a crisis line call is an increase in the caller’s ability to cope. In 74.30% of calls requiring a rating either the caller implied such an increase or the call-taker was able to infer an increase through direct observation. The target is a combined total of 75% for caller implied and/or volunteer inferred and therefore, this year’s result was just below the target. Quality Improvements in Fraser Health Crisis Line this Year • Instituted a call monitoring activity during team meetings in order to ensure staff consistency in assessing volunteer call-takers. • Created a supply inventory to enhance efficiency in stocking the phone room. • Implemented use of online surveys with the goal of increasing Volunteer Exit Survey return rates. • Program Coordinator (no longer with the program) and one of the support staff obtained individual AAS certification. • Replaced all program computers. • Revised Service Record in preparation of April 1 implementation. • CLABC network dollars were used to fund temporary positions enabling us to maintain capacity despite inadequate numbers of volunteers.
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