Serving Iowa's Youth - Key Statistics

View Fiscal Year 2017 Report Card

In 2017, Orchard Place:

  • Provided care to 8,559 Iowa children and youth
  • Employed 358 staff members and utilized the services of 439Iowa volunteers
  • Operated on a budget of $21.3 million, supported by a diverse funding base
  • Limited management and general expenses to only 8.8% of the budget
  • Accredited, audited and licensed by more than 10 entities, including the Joint Commission, meeting or exceeding more than 800 standards of operation, safety and management
  • Benefited from the charitable donations given by large network of individuals, groups, businesses and foundations

The Child Guidance Center:

  • Provided care to 4,434 Iowa children and youth
  • Conducted 51,511 outpatient and psychiatric visits
  • Served 125 families through Functional Family Therapy. 96% of those completing the program remained in their home or with family, and 87% showed an improvement in family relationships
  • Provided the 7th Annual Trauma-Informed Care Conference to 500+ professionals from around the globe.

Of the Children Completing Treatment:

  • 92% receiving outpatient mental health services stabilized or improved overall functioning
  • 94% of those age 6-18 receiving outpatient mental health services reduced their risk of harming themselves or others, and 90% stabilized or improved their behavior and their ability to function appropriately

The Child Care Resource & Referral Program:

  • Families were provided information on choosing quality child care through 3,216 referrals to various child care programs
  • 2,940 on-site consultations were completed for child care programs
  • 3,584 child care providers attended our training sessions
  • 836 Families were provided direct assistance regarding quality child care.

Orchard Place Campus

  • 91% of youth improved functional status from intake to discharge
  • 87% of youth decreased their risk of harming themselves or others 
  • 94% of youth successfully discharged to a lover level of care
  • 55% of students at the Orchard Place School maintained one full grade level in math from the pre-test to post-test.
  • 75% of students at the Orchard Place School maintained or improved one full grade level in reading from the pre-test to the post-test

PACE Juvenile Center

  • 79% of youth served were successfully discharged from services
  • 94% of youth/families served reported satisfaction with services received
  • PACE's school-based partnerships are six are high schools served 457 youth on behalf of Juvenile Court Services and the Des Moines Public Schools
  • 641 youth received skill-building services from PACE case managers, working in conjunction with their therapists
  • 195 youth received substance abuse services during the year and 8 attended substance abuse educational classes
  • 19 youth participated in after-school enrichment programming, which includes cultural, educational, and recreational services and 50 youth attended our new PACE Kids' Club summer program

Integrated Health Program

  • Provided care coordination services to 1,450 youth and families, including both Medicaid and non-Medicaid clients through our partnership with  our Medicaid funders and the Department of Human Services
  • Provided services with the help of a divers team of care coordinators, family peer support specialists and nurse care managers
  • Tracked key indicators for clients, including  follow-up to hospital discharges and emergency room visits, then used this information to help guide care coordination services. 
  • Received a satisfaction rating of 92% from clients who responded to our survey regarding the services they received from our Integrated Health Program 
Check out real success stories from youth who received various services from Orchard Place.

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