Outcomes and Achievements

Outcomes and Achievements

The ultimate goal of all of our programs is to prepare youth to be successful as adults. To that end, we track educational success, work experience, family reunification, housing stability, avoidance of arrests, and other measures that indicate how well youth are achieving goals. Following are some of our recent outcomes:

More data is available on our 2016 Programs Outcome sheet and in our 2016 Annual Report.

9,775 Children and Families Served in Fiscal Year 2016

  • Residential Treatment Center – 438 students
  • Division of Immigration Services – 611 children
  • Foster Homes – 546 children
  • Family Preservation & Reunification – 842 families
  • Short-term Shelters & Housing* – 162 teens
  • Community Outreach & WAY Home – 6,114 children and teens
  • Community Center in Harlem – 800 children and teens
  • Affordable Housing – 112 families
  • Crisis Stabilization – 120 children
  • Daycare – 30 children

*Does not include 434 hotline calls