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1 Provider Name (#): Center for Alcohol and Drug Services (0438) Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Level I - Engagement % Admitted Level I Clients/At Least 4 Sessions/First 30 Days % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 47.8% 15, % 3, % 3, % 3, % 3, % 13,863 Region III 33.8% 2, % % % % % 2,568 Provider 74.6% % % % % % 56 Level I - Retention % of Discharged Level I Clients/Completed Treatment (A) % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 51.9% 12, % 3, % 2, % 2, % 2, % 11,528 Region III 47.2% 3, % % % % % 2,267 Provider 65.4% % % % % % 60 Level I - Retention % of Clients/At Least 10 Sessions After First 30 Days (B) % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 25.2% 7, % 2, % 1, % 1, % 1, % 7,220 Region III 19.1% 1, % % % % % 1,414 Provider 30.8% % % % % % 40 Level I - Retention % of Admitted Level I Clients/A and/or B % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 52.7% 16, % 4, % 3, % 4, % 3, % 15,409 Region III 49.9% 4, % % % % % 3,041 Provider 67.0% % % % % % 75 Page 1

2 Provider Name (#): Center for Alcohol and Drug Services (0438) Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Level I - Continuity of Care % of Discharged Clients/12-Step Group Participation (A) % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 37.1% 8, % 2, % 1, % 1, % 1, % 7,954 Region III 25.6% 1, % % % % % 1,573 Provider 23.3% % % % % % 26 Level I - Continuity of Care % of Discharged Clients/Supportive Interaction (B) % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 74.9% 16, % 4, % 4, % 4, % 3, % 16,349 Region III 65.2% 4, % 1, % % % % 3,565 Provider 68.4% % % % % % 78 Level I - Continuity of Care % of Discharged Clients/A and/or B % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 77.7% 17, % 4, % 4, % 4, % 3, % 16,918 Region III 67.2% 4, % 1, % % % % 3,655 Provider 71.6% % % % % % 79 Page 2

3 Provider Name (#): Center for Alcohol and Drug Services (0438) Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Level II - Engagement % Admitted Clients/At Least 12 Sessions/First 30 Days % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 36.4% 4, % 2, % 1, % 1, % 1, % 7,954 Region III 44.8% 1, % % % % % 1,573 Provider 44.8% % % % % % 30 Level II - Retention % Admitted Clients/At Least 18 Sessions/First 60 Days (A) % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 40.2% 5, % 4, % 4, % 4, % 3, % 16,349 Region III 47.1% 1, % 1, % % % % 3,565 Provider 42.5% % % % % % 30 Level II - Retention % of Discharged Level II Clients/Completed Treatment (B) % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 42.4% 4, % 4, % 4, % 4, % 3, % 16,918 Region III 36.8% % 1, % % % % 3,655 Provider 41.8% % % % 5 0.0% % 28 Level II - Retention % of Admitted Level II Clients/A and/or B % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 53.7% 6, % 1, % 1, % 1, % 1, % 7,140 Region III 54.7% 1, % % % % % 1,370 Provider 56.7% % % % % % 44 Page 3

4 Provider Name (#): Center for Alcohol and Drug Services (0438) Date of Report: 09/30/2014 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2014 Quarter* Level II - Continuity of Care % of Discharged Clients/12-Step Group Participation (A) % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 55.0% 5, % 1, % 1, % 1, % 1, % 5,646 Region III 50.3% 1, % % % % % 1,058 Provider 21.8% % % % % % 21 Level II - Continuity of Care % of Discharged Clients/Supportive Interaction (B) % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 76.9% 7, % 2, % 2, % 2, % 1, % 8,378 Region III 67.2% 1, % % % % % 1,715 Provider 74.8% % % % % % 63 Level II - Continuity of Care % of Discharged Clients/A and/or B % N % n % n % n % n % N Statewide 82.1% 8, % 2, % 2, % 2, % 1, % 8,789 Region III 77.2% 1, % % % % % 1,817 Provider 77.1% % % % % % 65 *Performance measure levels for a particular quarter are based on service billings accepted in DARTS as of the date of the report for clients opened during that quarter. Page 4

5 Employment Status - Clients Employed (Full-time or Part-time) at Admission vs. Discharge. (Excludes Clients not in Labor Force) Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Level I Client Outcome Measures - Employment Status** # of Clients Employed Full-time or Part-time (Numerator) ,149 1,327 5,454 6,563 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,378 3,378 14,495 14,495 % of Clients Employed Full-time or Part-time. 54.5% 58.0% 34.0% 39.3% 37.6% 45.3% Level II Client Outcome Measures - Employment Status** # of Clients Employed Full-time or Part-time (Numerator) ,897 2,374 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,468 1,468 6,480 6,480 % of Clients Employed Full-time or Part-time. 45.0% 43.3% 30.3% 36.6% 29.3% 36.6% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2014 who were discharged as of 09/30/2014. Clients with missing values for employment status or who are reported to not be in the labor force at either admission or discharge are excluded. Clients who are deceased or incarcerated at time of discharge are also excluded. Page 5

6 Housing Status - Clients with Stable Housing (Independent Living) at Admission vs. Discharge. Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Level I Client Outcome Measures - Housing Status** # of Clients with Stable Housing (Numerator) ,677 2,648 8,466 8,727 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,023 5,023 21,679 21,679 % of Clients with Stable Housing. 56.4% 55.4% 53.3% 52.7% 39.1% 40.3% Level II Client Outcome Measures - Housing Status** # of Clients with Stable Housing (Numerator) ,085 1,034 3,329 3,375 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,116 2,116 9,739 9,739 % of Clients with Stable Housing. 36.8% 48.7% 51.3% 48.9% 34.2% 34.7% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2014 who were discharged as of 09/30/2014. Clients with missing values for housing status at either admission or discharge are excluded. Clients who are deceased or incarcerated at time of discharge are also excluded. Page 6

7 Criminal Justice Status - Clients with No Arrests during the Prior 30 Days at Admission vs. Discharge. Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Level I Client Outcome Measures - Criminal Justice Status** # of Clients with No Arrests/Prior 30 Days (Numerator) ,888 1,951 20,977 21,228 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,144 5,144 22,266 22,266 % of Clients with No Arrests/Prior 30 Days. 99.0% 100.0% 95.0% 37.9% 94.2% 95.3% Level II Client Outcome Measures - Criminal Justice Status** # of Clients with No Arrests/Prior 30 Days (Numerator) ,031 2,090 9,397 9,643 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,191 2,191 10,083 10,083 % of Clients with No Arrests/Prior 30 Days. 88.3% 97.4% 92.7% 95.4% 93.2% 95.6% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2014 who were discharged as of 09/30/2014. Clients with missing values for number of arrests in the prior 30 days at either admission or discharge are excluded. Clients who are deceased at time of discharge are also excluded. Page 7

8 Alcohol Abstinence - Clients with No Alcohol Use at Admission vs. Discharge. Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Level I Client Outcome Measures - Alcohol Abstinence** # of Clients Abstinent from Alcohol Use (Numerator) ,219 4,618 5,786 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,905 1,905 8,042 8,042 % of Clients Abstinent from Alcohol Use. 57.1% 82.1% 49.9% 64.0% 57.4% 71.9% Level II Client Outcome Measures - Alcohol Abstinence** # of Clients Abstinent from Alcohol Use (Numerator) ,451 2,202 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,195 3,195 % of Clients Abstinent from Alcohol Use. 28.0% 84.0% 38.5% 68.2% 45.4% 68.9% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2014 who were discharged as of 09/30/2014. Clients with missing values for both primary and secondary substance type and/or frequency at admission or discharge are excluded. Clients who are deceased or incarcerated at time of discharge are also excluded. Page 8

9 Other Drug Abstinence - Clients with No Use of Drugs Other than Alcohol at Admission vs. Discharge. Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Level I Client Outcome Measures - Other Drug Abstinence** # of Clients Abstinent from Other Drug Use (Numerator) ,375 1,677 6,809 8,208 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,061 3,061 13,195 13,195 % of Clients Abstinent from Other Drug Use. 51.1% 62.2% 44.9% 54.8% 51.6% 62.2% Level II Client Outcome Measures - Other Drug Abstinence** # of Clients Abstinent from Other Drug Use (Numerator) ,904 3,954 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,292 1,292 6,414 6,414 % of Clients Abstinent from Other Drug Use. 3.9% 58.8% 37.2% 58.8% 45.3% 61.6% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2014 who were discharged as of 09/30/2014. Clients with missing values for both primary and secondary substance type and/or frequency at admission or discharge are excluded. Clients who are deceased or incarcerated at time of discharge are also excluded. Page 9

10 Social Connectedness/Self-Help Group Involvement - Clients with Self-Help Group Involvement/Prior 30 Days at Admission vs. Discharge. Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Level I Client Outcome Measures - Social Connectedness/Self-Help Group Involvement** # of Clients with Self-Help Group Involvement (Numerator) ,430 4,776 6,991 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,321 4,321 18,446 18,446 % of Clients with Self-Help Group Involvement. 14.6% 29.3% 16.8% 33.1% 25.9% 37.9% Level II Client Outcome Measures - Social Connectedness/Self-Help Group Involvement** # of Clients with Self-Help Group Involvement (Numerator) ,120 4,504 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,885 1,885 8,421 8,421 % of Clients with Self-Help Group Involvement. 22.4% 25.9% 29.5% 44.7% 37.1% 53.5% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2014 who were discharged as of 09/30/2014. Clients with missing values for self-help group involvement at admission or discharge are excluded. Clients who are deceased or incarcerated at time of discharge are also excluded. Page 10

11 Social Connectedness/Supportive Social Interaction - Clients with Supportive Interaction with Family and/or Friends/Prior 30 Days at Admission vs. Discharge. Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Level I Client Outcome Measures - Social Connectedness/Supportive Interaction** # of Clients with Supportive Social Interaction (Numerator) ,894 3,194 13,717 14,306 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,424 4,424 18,532 18,532 % of Clients with Supportive Social Interaction. 45.2% 83.3% 65.4% 72.2% 74.0% 77.2% Level II Client Outcome Measures - Social Connectedness/Supportive Interaction** # of Clients with Supportive Social Interaction (Numerator) ,241 1,344 6,300 6,676 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,796 1,795 8,323 8,323 % of Clients with Supportive Social Interaction. 53.4% 69.0% 69.1% 74.9% 75.7% 80.2% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2014 who were discharged as of 09/30/2014. Clients with missing values for supportive interaction at admission or discharge are excluded. Clients who are deceased or incarcerated at time of discharge are also excluded. Page 11

12 Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Provider Performance and Outcomes Reports - SFY 2014 Admitted Patient/Client Demographics Provider Organization (Provider #) Center for Alcohol and Drug Services (0438) Total # of Admissions 272 Avg. Age at Opening 34.9 Gender % N Living Arrangements % N Unduplicated 84.9% 231 % < 18 Years of Age 0.0% 0 Male 58.5% 159 Shelter/TLC/Safe Haven 1.8% 5 Prior SUD Serv. Episodes 69.1% 188 Patient/Client Race % N Female 41.5% 113 Hosp./Jail/Prison/Other Inst. 0.0% 0 Adms. by Level of Care % N American Indian 0.0% 0 Hispanic Ethnicity % N Own Home/Apartment 47.1% 128 Detoxification 0.0% 0 Alaska Native 0.0% 0 Puerto Rican 0.4% 1 Someone Else's Home/Apt. 49.6% 135 Level I 48.9% 133 Asian 0.0% 0 Mexican 7.7% 21 Res.Tx/Hwy.Hse/Rec.Home 1.1% 3 Level I - OMT 6.6% 18 Nat. Hawaiian/Pac. Isl. 0.0% 0 Cuban 0.0% 0 Health Insurance - None 59.6% 162 Level II 44.5% 121 Black/African Amer. 29.8% 81 Other Hispanic/Latino 1.5% 4 Employment Status % N Level III.5 0.0% 0 White 67.6% 184 Not Hispanic/Latino 90.4% 246 Full-Time 21.7% 59 Level III.1 0.0% 0 Other Single Race 2.6% 7 Hisp./Not Spec. 0.0% 0 Part-Time 16.9% 46 Recovery Home 0.0% 0 Marital Status % N % N Unemployed 50.4% 137 Children/Dependents % N Never Married 70.2% 191 Pregnant at Opening 1.8% 5 Not in Labor Force 11.0% 30 Children/25 and Younger 36.4% 99 Married 8.8% 24 DCFS Involved 5.1% 14 Problem Area % N Avg. # of Children/25 and Younger 0.7 Widowed 2.2% 6 Patient/English Prof % 272 Alcohol 12.1% 33 Children/Elsewhere/Courts 0.0% 0 Divorced 11.8% 32 MISA Patient/Client 0.0% 0 Other Drugs 30.1% 82 # of Children/Elsewhere/Court Ord. 0 Separated 7.0% 19 Crim. Just. Referral 64.7% 176 Alcohol & Other Drugs 57.7% 157 Childrn./Lost Parental Rights 0.0% 0 Avg. Grade Completed 12.0 Arrested/Past 30 Days 4.0% 11 Alcohol/Drugs/Gambling 0.0% 0 # of Children/Lost Parental Rights 0 Less than H.S. Educ. 24.6% 67 Veteran Status - Yes 2.2% 6 Gambling Only 0.0% 0 Primary Substance Secondary Substance Alcohol: 37.1% (101); Cocaine/Crack: 5.1% (14); Marijuana: 24.3% (66) Alcohol: 26.5% (72); Cocaine/Crack: 14.7% (40); Marijuana: 29.0% (79) Heroin: 18.8% (51); Other Opiates: 11.0% (30); Methamphetamine: 1.5% (4) Heroin: 1.5% (4); Other Opiates: 3.3% (9); Methamphetamine: 0.7% (2) Benzodiazepines: 0.4% (1); Other Amphetamines: 0.7% (2); None: 0.0% (0) Benzodiazepines: 1.1% (3); Other Amphetamines: 0.7% (2); None: 21.7% (59) Used Primary Substance/30 Days Prior to Opening: 64.0% (174) Used Secondary Substance/30 Days Prior to Opening: 34.6% (94) Organization-wide Patient/Client Access and Discharge Indicators Provider - SFY 2014 Statewide - SFY 2014 Average Duration from Initial Contact to Opening Date 7.8 Days 8.2 Days Median Duration from Initial Contact to Opening Date 0.0 Days 0.0 Days % (#) of Admissions - No Reported Wait for Assessment 50.7% (138) 51.6% (38,213) % (#) of Discharged Patients/Clients - Completion of Services 41.6% (94) 51.9% (31,993) % (#) of Discharged Patients/Clients - DASA Administrative Discharges 18.1% (41) 4.2% (3,141) % (#) of Patients/Clients - Remain Opened/90 Days After Close of SFY 16.9% (46) 16.8% (12,454) Page 12

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