Our work is guided by a deep commitment to results-based accountability. We rigorously measure and track our progress, using methods proven to make a difference. Here are the results several of our programs recently achieved:
Woodside Head Start Program
By spring, 100% of three-year-olds met or exceeded expectations for math development, up from 30% in the fall; 93% met or exceeded expectations for literacy development, up from 53%; and 97% met or exceeded expectations for social-emotional development, up from 38%.
low-income workforce development participants graduated high school; 80% went on to college; and 10% were offered employment at the locations where we placed them to intern and work during the school year.
Youth and Family Justice and Child Welfare Program
Parent-Child Home Program
Elmhurst Preventive Program
Children served since 1953
For youth at serious risk of psychiatric hospitalization, 96.15% were able to be maintained in the community without the need of hospitalization or a higher level of care.
Health Home Program
Out of 251 clients for children with multiple chronic conditions or serious emotional disturbance, only 3.5% were hospitalized, for a prevention rate of 96.5%.