OCS Annual Outcomes Report 2014-2015
Outcomes in Virginia Sam Transition House this Year
5 Strongly Agree
1 Strongly Disagree
(Agree/ Strongly Agree)
80% Target (% of Improved)
Measure: Post – test
I felt supported and have progressed in achieving the goals I set for myself. I have greater confidence in accessing community resources and supports when I need them. I felt emotionally supported during my time of crisis. I have a greater understanding about the effects of relationship abuse on me (and my children, if any). I (and my children, if any) have developed a safety plan that fits my needs. I have access to safe accommodation upon leaving the transition house. I feel that I can return to a transition house in the future, if needed.
Out of 64 outcome surveys: • 37 surveys were completed
• 27 were not completed due to language barriers, for unknown reasons, clients not returning to the program and client being discharged for not being able to follow the rights and responsibilities.
Overall 78% of outcome surveys were completed.
Quality Improvements in the Transition Houses this Year • Soup Sisters & Broth Brothers continuing to provide soup for EVTH clients; MLA Stephanie Cadieux volunteered several times to make soup, once with personal friends, and another with her caucus. • Logic Model, Consumer Satisfaction, and Outcome Surveys formats improved. • Renovations completed Virginia Sam - Entire first floor replaced with marmoleum courtesy of BC Housing. House was closed for five weeks so in the interim alternate plans were made with BC Housing for women and children needing transition house services - Bedrooms and staff office painted - Purchased three new sofas • Renovations/Additions to Evergreen
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