Demographics / Outcomes

STAY Process Demographics/Outcome Data

FY 12/13

The following graphs and data provide information about the 347 participants STAY Process served during fiscal year 2012-13.

Gender—Of the 347 participants served by STAY Process during fy 12/13, slightly more than half, 55%, are male. Forty-five percent are female and one participant identifies as transgender.

Age—STAY Process serves participants between the ages of 16 through 25. For participants aging out of the program (ages 26-27), STAY provides resources to help them transition into the community and be linked with either an adult FSP program or a lower level of care provider.

Ethnicity—The highest self-identified ethnicities at STAY are consistently Caucasian (41%) and Hispanic (39%). As a result, services are primarily provided in English and Spanish. Services are also available in Vietnamese, Farsi and Korean as needed.

Education—At the time of enrollment in STAY Process, 76 participants were enrolled in a school setting. Since involvement with STAY, 115 participants have been enrolled in either high school, adult educational/vocational school, or a community or four-year college.

Employment—At the time of STAY enrollment, only 42 participants were employed. Since STAY enrollment, 118 participants have been engaged in either a competitive, supported, or gainful employment activity.

Housing & Homelessness—
In the year prior to STAY enrollment, 130 participants had been homeless, in temporary emergency housing, or living in a shelter. Since STAY enrollment, only 66 participants were in the homeless or temporary housing category at any given time during FY 2012-13.

Psychiatric Hospitalizations—Reducing the number of psychiatric hospitalizations is a goal of STAY Process. In the year prior to enrollment in STAY, 115 participants reported being admitted to a psychiatric hospital. Since enrollment, 58 participants were hospitalized.

Incarcerations—In the year prior to enrolling in STAY, 58 participants were incarcerated. Since enrollment, 35 participants had an incarceration episode.