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
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%.