Outcomes Report (2014-15)

OCS Annual Outcomes Report 2014-2015

Mental Health and Supported Community Living Services 1. Clubhouses 2. Community Living(CL)/Supported Housing - Surrey, White Rock (SIL) 3. Youth Supported Independent Living (YSIL) 4. Transitional Living Program (TLP)

OCS provides a wide range of housing, supported/subsidized housing and mental health support services including three Clubhouses, two shelter locations with shelter outreach workers attached, several units of transitional housing, approximately 200 housing subsidies, more than 80 units of subsidized housing, and outreach support to mental health service consumers living in the community. 1. Clubhouses A greater emphasis has been placed over the past year on a community-based, recovery focus in the Clubhouses. Members are encouraged to take on greater leadership roles and responsibilities in the planning and execution of daily activities. As well, a greater focus on vocational pursuits has resulted in a variety of pre-employment related activities, expanded Therapeutic Volunteer Program, Supported Work and Competitive Employment programs, and a variety of guest speakers presenting in the program. All three sites continue to strengthen vocational programming in the coming year, as well as focus on the aging membership, young adults, and other trends relating to cultural diversity.

Outcomes in the Clubhouses this Year Surrey Clubhouses (aka the ROOST and New Frontier)

Measure: Members who report the quality of their life has improved stayed the same or worsened in the past year.


Target (% of Improved)

% Improved

# Improved

# Stayed the Same

# Worsened

As a result of being a member of the Clubhouse






As a result of participating in the following activities: • Personal Life 70%

73% 65% 65% 75% 50%

34 28 52 15

12 14 26

0 1 1 0 0

• • • •

50% 60% 50% 50%



5 4




Whale House (White Rock)

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