Lisa Sahulka - Program performance report 2011 2012

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Lisa Sahulka - Program performance report 2011 2012

  1. 1. ProgramPerformance Report2011-2012Outcomes
  2. 2. School SuccessSafety NetSchool Readiness$11,523,379.00$12,354,839.00Prevention of Child Abuse$8,812,810.00$10,826,521.0026%28%25%20%Strategic PlanInvestments
  3. 3. School Success andSafe and SupportiveIndicators• Investments toward improvedschool performance leading to thegreater potential that children willgraduate from high school• Neighborhood resources tostrengthen families
  4. 4. Violence PreventionProgramGulf CoastJewish Familyand CommunityServicesimpulse control skillsproblem solving andSkill Building Groupsempathy, communicationand emotional competencySecond Step Curriculum
  5. 5. 76% 75%11/1210/11Violence PreventionSecond Step CurriculumN=4026 studentsJWB Allocation $600,000$460 per clientProgram Budget $640,760$492 per client83%Averagefor allmiddleschoolsSuspensions
  6. 6. N=1115 studentsViolence PreventionSkill Building GroupsJWB Allocation $600,000$460 per clientProgram Budget $640,760$492 per client64% 67%11/1210/1183%Averagefor allmiddleschoolsSuspensions
  7. 7. An evidence-basedprogram thatestablishes amentoringrelationship betweenan at-risk childand a caring adult ina school orcommunity settingBig BrothersBig Sisters
  8. 8. Big BrothersBig SistersGoals Include Improving• Academic Achievement• Social Acceptance• Self Esteem• Parental Trust• Minimizing at-risk behaviors
  9. 9. JWB Allocation $588,212$408 per clientProgram Budget $2,550,593$1,871 per client99%100%98%Children NOTinvolved in crimeone year aftercase closureN=16710/11 11/1209/10Big BrothersBig Sisters
  10. 10. JWB Allocation $588,212$408 per clientProgram Budget $2,550,593$1,871 per clientby comparison97% of allPinellas childrenwere NOTinvolved in crimein 2011/2012*Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, 2013*10/11 11/1209/10N=167Big BrothersBig Sisters99%100%98%
  11. 11. 76%75%75%NO schoolsuspensions foractiveparticipantsduring the2011-2012school yearN=101410/11 11/1209/10JWB Allocation $588,212$408 per clientProgram Budget $2,550,593$1,871 per clientBig BrothersBig Sisters
  12. 12. 76%75%75%• community• meaningful opportunities• positive family involvement• positive educational/career opportunitiesA year-round program for 9-14 year-olds builtaround the core concepts of resiliency:Combined JWB Allocation $5,779,983$1175 per clientOut ofSchoolTimeCoordinated Child Care andCity of St. PetersburgCCCCSP3.51.6
  13. 13. FCAT GPA2011-2012Performancein SchoolOut ofSchoolTime2.62.13.01 2.85CCC (N=530) TASCO (N=374)4maximum
  14. 14. Out of SchoolTimeCCC (N=530)TASCO (N=374)Below proficient in FCAT (< 3) Above proficient in FCAT (>3)2011-2012Performancein SchoolOut ofSchoolTime265 258265 115
  15. 15. CCC (N=530) TASCO (N=374)68%77%2/3 or morestudents didnot receive aschoolsuspensionduring the2011-2012school yearSchoolSuspensionsOut ofSchoolTime83%average
  16. 16. 3.29 3.28CCC (N=530) TASCO (N=374)Children’s AttitudeToward School*as measured by the California Healthy Kids Resiliency Assessment on a 4 point scaleOut ofSchoolTime4maximum
  17. 17. CCC (N=530) TASCO (N=374)Peer Home3.283.513.273.5Communicationand Relationshipswith Others**as measured by the California Healthy Kids Resiliency Assessment on a 4 point scaleOut ofSchoolTime4maximum
  18. 18. 76%75%75%• preventative screenings• guidance on adolescent developmentand health risk behaviorsJWB Allocation $582,341$273 per clientProgram Budget $3,259,917$1,632 per client• early intervention and preventionA team of physical and mental healthprofessionals who support the health andwell-being of adolescents throughFlorida Dept. ofHealth inPinellas CountySchool BasedHealth Clinics
  19. 19. JWB Allocation $582,341$273 per clientProgram Budget $3,259,917$1,632 per clientFlorida Dept. ofHealth inPinellas CountySchool BasedHealth Clinics10/11 11/1289% 86%GoalAttainmentScale
  20. 20. NeighborhoodFamily CentersAfter-schoolFamily SupportServicesSummerLearningEight place-basedcenters in at-riskareas throughoutPinellas promotehealthy and safecommunitiesProgram Budget $4,448,438$2,173 per client VITA
  21. 21. VITANFC SiteGreater Ridgecrest Area YouthDevelopment InitiativeTotal Tax ReturnsAcceptedTotal Refund202 $432,961High PointHispanic Outreach CenterLealman and AsianMattie Williams192 $322,51788 $132,687322 $498,173185 $320,674Martin Luther KingSanderlinUnion Academy68 $98,914622 $1,355,636168 $315,8461,847 $3,477,408116 VITA Volunteers
  22. 22. NeighborhoodFamily CentersGASPerformanceMeasure93%87%10/11 11/12combined average
  23. 23. JWB Allocation $123,000$932 per clientProgram Budget $251,374$1,904 per clientTruancy InterventionProgram Services(TIPS)Number ofunexcusedabsencesbefore andafterprogramparticipationSanderlinNeighborhoodFamily Center13.4811.44Before AfterN=53
  24. 24. JWB Allocation $123,000$932 per clientProgram Budget $251,374$1,904 per clientTruancy InterventionProgram Services(TIPS)SanderlinNeighborhoodFamily Center78% of youth didnot receivean adjudication oran adjudicationwithheldwithin 1 year afterserviceSanderlinNeighborhoodFamily CenterN=53
  25. 25. Safe Place 2 BeJWB Allocation $264,057$491 per clientProgram Budget $1,601,094$2,976 per clientProvides temporary and safe shelterfor teens who are homeless, runaway orwho need respite due to family crisis• Individual counseling• Group and family counseling• Case management• Crisis interventionFamilyResources
  26. 26. 09/10 10/11 11/12Youth who didNOT have anadjudication oradjudicationwithheld within 6months afterserviceSafe Place 2 Be10/11 11/1209/1089% 86% 89%FamilyResourcesN=503
  27. 27. 09/10 10/11 11/12Safe Place 2 Be10/11 11/1209/10Outcomescontinue to meetor exceed thestatewidebenchmark of86% of youthremaining crime-free**Florida Network, 2011N=503FamilyResources89% 86% 89%
  28. 28. For moreinformationMarcia Marcionette, M.A.(727) 453-5663mmarcionette@jwbpinellas.orgKaren Woods, LMHC(727) 453-5682kwoods@jwbpinellas.orgQian Fan, Ph.D.(727) 453-5686qfan@jwbpinellas.orgDebbie Volk, M.P.A(727) 453-5675dvolk@jwbpinellas.orgMegan Stockings, B.A.(727) 453-5675dvolk@jwbpinellas.org

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