Key's commitment to quality has led to a high percentage of successful outcomes for youth and families served through Key's various service models. Key measures these outcomes as the percentage of successful discharges from each of its programs. A successful discharge in community residential programs or in a non-residential program occurs when the youth and/or family has met their treatment plan goals. For Key's shelter programs, a successful discharge is measured by the percentage of youth successfully completing their temporary placement.
For the fiscal year FY 2022 (7/1/2021 - 6/30/2022), Key discharged 1,339 youth and families in a variety of programs. The gender identity ages 5 and above were fifty-one percent (51% ) male, 46% female, 1% transgender, 1% non-binary, and 1% under 5 years old. Sixty-seven percent (67%) of the youth served agency-wide were 15-16+ years old and 33% of the youth were 14 and younger. Of the youth and families served across the agency, 46% were Caucasion, 29% Latino/Hispanic, 10% Black, 1% Asian, 12% Bi-Racial/Multi-Racial, and 2% other.
Key had successful discharge outcomes of 92% in its emergency residence programs, 97% in its family support programs, 73% in its group care programs, 95% in its intensive treatment residence programs, and 87% in its outreach and tracking programs.
For the fiscal year FY 2022 (7/1/2021 - 6/30/2022), Rhode Island Key discharged 164 youth and families from a variety of programs. The gender identity ages 5 and above were fifty-two percent (52%) male, 41% female, and 7% under 5 years old. Thirty-three percent (33%) of youth served were 15 and older and 67% were 14 and younger. Of the youth and families served 40% were Caucasian, 27% Latino/Hispanic, 6% Black, 25% Bi-Racial/Multi-Racial, and 2% other.
Rhode Island had successful discharge outcomes of 97% in its Enhanced Family Support Services (EFSS) and Triple P programs and 73% in its Bridge to Independence program.