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1 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 09/30/2012 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2012 Quarter* Level I - Engagement SFY12 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 SFY Cumulative % Admitted Level I Clients/At Least 4 Sessions/First 30 Days SFY11 Level Target Statewide 52.1% N.A. 43.8% (3778) 43.4% (3371) 43.5% (3821) 40.2% (2902) 42.8% (13,872) Region IV 51.7% N.A. 51.1% (336) 55.9% (344) 55.8% (371) 47.7% (262) 52.8% (1313) Provider 48.9% (45) 55.0% 66.7% (8) 57.7% (15) 71.4% (15) 87.5% (7) 67.2% (45) Level I - Retention SFY12 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 SFY Cumulative % of Discharged Level I Clients/Completed Treatment (A) SFY11 Level Target Statewide 55.1% N.A. 50.6% (3624) 51.1% (3164) 48.6% (3101) 43.3% (1792) 48.9% (11,681) Region IV 44.5% N.A. 41.9% (237) 45.7% (226) 42.0% (204) 40.2% (103) 42.7% (770) Provider 21.3% (17) 45.0% 50.0% (6) 17.4% (4) 26.7% (4) 33.3% (1) 28.3% (15) Level I - Retention SFY12 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 SFY Cumulative % of Clients/At Least 10 Sessions After First 30 Days (B) SFY11 Level Target Statewide 25.7% N.A. 25.3% (2181) 26.9% (2088) 22.1% (1945) 15.7% (1130) 22.7% (7344) Region IV 30.0% N.A. 29.4% (193) 35.9% (221) 29.9% (199) 25.5% (140) 30.3% (753) Provider 1.1% (1) N.A. 25.0% (3) 34.6% (9) 33.3% (7) 75.0% (6) 37.3% (25) Level I - Retention SFY12 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 SFY Cumulative % of Admitted Level I Clients/A and/or B SFY11 Level Target Statewide 55.3% N.A. 54.6% (4704) 54.3% (4217) 48.7% (4275) 36.4% (2624) 48.8% (15,820) Region IV 50.3% N.A. 49.9% (328) 55.0% (338) 51.7% (344) 39.7% (218) 49.4% (1228) Provider 19.6% (18) 50.0% 50.0% (6) 38.5% (10) 47.6% (10) 75.0% (6) 48.5% (32) Page 1

2 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 09/30/2012 Engagement, Retention and Continuity of Care Measure Status by Level of Care and SFY 2012 Quarter* Level I - Continuity of Care SFY12 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 SFY Cumulative % of Discharged Clients/12-Step Group Participation (A) SFY11 Level Target Statewide 34.9% N.A. 31.7% (2166) 31.1% (1897) 30.0% (1806) 28.0% (1044) 30.5% (6913) Region IV 28.3% N.A. 28.1% (150) 32.6% (155) 25.7% (116) 20.9% (47) 27.8% (468) Provider 19.7% (13) 20.0% 50.0% (4) 10.5% (2) 21.4% (3) 50.0% (1) 23.3% (10) Level I - Continuity of Care SFY12 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 SFY Cumulative % of Discharged Clients/Supportive Interaction (B) SFY11 Level Target Statewide N.A. N.A. 70.8% (4814) 73.3% (4452) 70.8% (4238) 70.5% (2602) 71.4% (16,106) Region IV N.A. N.A. 60.5% (321) 74.9% (352) 68.5% (307) 67.4% (153) 67.6% (1133) Provider N.A. N.A. 81.8% (9) 72.7% (16) 71.4% (10) 100.0% (3) 76.0% (38) Level I - Continuity of Care SFY12 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 SFY Cumulative % of Discharged Clients/A and/or B SFY11 Level Target Statewide N.A. N.A. 73.6% (5003) 76.0% (4622) 73.3% (4409) 73.3% (2724) 74.1% (16,758) Region IV N.A. N.A. 63.6% (337) 77.3% (361) 70.8% (317) 70.7% (157) 70.3% (1172) Provider N.A. N.A. 90.0% (9) 76.2% (16) 71.4% (10) 100.0% (3) 79.2% (38) *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 2

3 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 9/30/2012 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) ,908 5,875 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,666 14,666 % of Clients Employed Full-time or Part-time. 25.0% 66.7% 51.6% 59.8% 33.5% 40.1% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2012 who were discharged as of 09/30/2012. 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 3

4 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 9/30/2012 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) ,791 9,785 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,348 1,348 22,699 22,699 % of Clients with Stable Housing. 28.3% 26.1% 54.6% 51.0% 43.1% 43.1% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2012 who were discharged as of 09/30/2012. 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 4

5 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 9/30/2012 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) ,302 1,331 21,682 22,342 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,414 1,414 23,341 23,341 % of Clients with No Arrests/Prior 30 Days. 92.6% 90.7% 92.1% 94.1% 92.9% 95.7% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2012 who were discharged as of 09/30/2012. 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 5

6 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 9/30/2012 Alcohol Abstinence - Clients with No Alcohol Use at Provider Region IV Statewide Admission vs. Discharge. Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Admission Discharge Level I Client Outcome Measures - Alcohol Abstinence** # of Clients Abstinent from Alcohol Use (Numerator) ,631 6,193 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,566 8,566 % of Clients Abstinent from Alcohol Use. 37.5% 87.5% 63.7% 81.4% 54.1% 72.3% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2012 who were discharged as of 09/30/2012. 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 6

7 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 9/30/2012 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) ,451 8,439 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,842 13,842 % of Clients Abstinent from Other Drug Use. 56.7% 70.0% 63.2% 79.6% 46.6% 61.0% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2012 who were discharged as of 09/30/2012. 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 7

8 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 9/30/2012 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) ,348 6,185 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,101 1,101 19,568 19,568 % of Clients with Self-Help Group Involvement. 32.3% 29.0% 22.0% 28.2% 22.2% 31.6% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2012 who were discharged as of 09/30/2012. 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 8

9 Provider Name (#): Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Date of Report: 9/30/2012 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) ,843 13,915 Total # of Discharged Clients in Comparison (Denominator) ,093 1,093 19,317 19,317 % of Clients with Supportive Social Interaction. 95.2% 90.5% 78.5% 64.1% 71.7% 72.0% **Comparisons based on clients opened during State Fiscal Year 2012 who were discharged as of 09/30/2012. 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 9

10 Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Provider Performance and Outcomes Reports - SFY 2012 Admitted Patient/Client Demographics Provider Organization (Provider #) Locust Street Resource Center (0121) Total # of Admissions: 71 Average Age at Opening: 27.4 Gender Living Arrangements % (#) Unduplicated: 95.8% (68) % Under 18 Years of Age: 12.7% (9) Male: 57.7% (41) Independent Living: 26.8% (19) Female: 42.3% (30) Dependent Living: 73.2% (52) # (%) of Admissions by Level of Care Race Detoxification: 0 (0.0%) American Indian: 0.0% (0) Hispanic Ethnicity Level I: 69 (97.2%) Alaska Native: 0.0% (0) Puerto Rican: 0.0% (0) Employment Status Level II: 0 (0.0%) Asian: 0.0% (0) Mexican: 0.0% (0) Full-Time: 5.6% (4) Level III.5: 2 (2.8%) Native Hawaiian/Pac. Isl: 0.0% (0) Cuban: 1.4% (1) Part-Time: 8.5% (6) Level III.1: 0 (0.0%) Black/African American: 0.0% (0) Other Hispanic/Latino: 0.0% (0) Unemployed: 50.7% (36) Recovery Home: 0 (0.0%) White: 98.6% (70) Not Hispanic/Latino: 97.2% (69) Not in Labor Force: 50.7% (36) Assessment Only/Admitted: 9 (12.7%) Other Single Race: 1.4% (1) Hisp./Latino, Not Specified: 1.4% (1) Educational Level Patient Speaks English: 100.0% (71) Average Grade Completed: 11.0 MISA Patient/Client: 23.9% (17) Problem Area % (#) Less than H.S.: 47.9% (34) Veteran Status: Yes - 7.0% (5) Alcohol: 28.2% (20) Crim. Justice Referral: 62.0% (44) Other Drugs: 32.4% (23) Primary Care Giver for Children Pregnant at Opening: 2.8% (2) Alcohol & Other Drugs: 39.4% (28) Yes: 21.1% (15) Arrested/Past 30 Days: 7.0% (5) Alcohol/Drugs/Gambling: 0.0% (0) Avg. # of Children: 0.4 DCFS Involved: 15.5% (11) Gambling Only: 0.0% (0) Primary Substance Secondary Substance Alcohol: 35.2% (25); Cocaine/Crack: 2.8% (2); Marijuana: 32.4% (23) Alcohol: 23.9% (17); Cocaine/Crack: 4.2% (3); Marijuana: 15.5% (11) Heroin: 12.7% (9); Other Opiates: 11.3% (8); Methamphetamine: 5.6% (4) Heroin: 2.8% (2); Other Opiates: 2.8% (2); Benzo.: 5.6% (4); None: 43.7% (31) Used Primary Substance/30 Days Prior to Opening: 49.3% (35) Used Secondary Substance/30 Days Prior to Opening: 16.9% (12) Organization-wide Patient/Client Access and Discharge Indicators Average Duration from Initial Contact to Opening Date Median Duration from Initial Contact to Opening Date % (#) of Admissions - No Reported Wait for Assessment % (#) of Discharged Patients/Clients - Completion of Services % (#) of Patients/Clients - Remain Opened/90 Days After Close of SFY SFY 2012 Statewide - SFY Days 9.1 Days 9.0 Days 1.0 Days 1.4% (1) 49.8% (35,447) 26.8% (15) 46.3% (26,041) 21.1% (15) 20.7% (14,718) Page 10

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