Annual Reports

Brehon’s 2017 Impact and Accomplishments Annual Report

Brehon assisted 1542 clients with needs including shelter, family support, and education. These prevention programs saved the community $20 million in avoidance of hospital, educational, and child abuse costs. During this year Brehon’s programs accomplished the following objectives:

Brehon House

Transitional housing and case management for homeless, pregnant women and their babies; services provided up to 2 months post-partum when families are moved into more permanent housing.

  • 30 homeless, pregnant women and children received housing and support services.
  • 100% of residents completing the program moved into more permanent housing.
  • 100% of residents delivered healthy babies.
  • 100% of residents achieved at least 80% of their goals.
  • Provided 2,500 hours of services (i.e. life skills and parenting classes).
  • ZERO infant mortality rate.

Project S.A.F.E. (Support and Family Education)

In-home family support, intervention services, and parent education for high-risk families; services provided up to 90 days.

  • 143 individuals received services in Madison.
  • 212 individuals receive services in Taylor counties.
  • Provided 3,000 hours of services including parent education, self-esteem and life skills.
  • Delivered 5,000 units of service.
  • 282 referrals made.
  • ZERO infant mortality rate.

Healthy Families Gadsden/Leon total program:

  • Families participating in the program for more than six months that had NO verified findings of child maltreatment (abuse and/or neglect) during their participation:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 97%
2015-2016: 99%
2016-2017: 100%

HFF Program Goal=95%

  • Families who completed the program that had NO verified findings of child maltreatment within 12 months after completion:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 100%
2015-2016: 100%
2016-2017: 100%

HFF Program Goal=95%

Healthy Families Gadsden

Local program of Healthy Families Florida, a nationally accredited, evidence-based home visiting program that prevents abuse and neglect, saves children’s lives; services may be provided up to 5 years.

  • 610 individuals (110 families) received in-home assessment and family support services.
  • Families whose target children were up-to-date with all immunizations at 24 months:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 88%
2015-2016: 100%
2016-2017: 93%

HFF Program Goal=85%

  • Enrolled moms without a subsequent pregnancy within 2 years of the birth of the target child:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 99%
2015-2016: 97%
2016-2017: 98%

HFF Program Goal=80%

  • Target children enrolled that received a developmental screen according to the schedule:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 96%
2015-2016: 95%
2016-2017: 97%

HFF Program Goal=90%

  • Families that received/completed at least 75% of the home visits required:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 90%
2015-2016: 88%
2016-2017: 90%

HFF Program Goal=80%

Healthy Families Leon

Local program of Healthy Families Florida, a nationally accredited, evidence-based home visiting program that prevents abuse and neglect, saves children’s lives; services may be provided up to 5 years.

  • 547 individuals (106 families) received in-home assessment and family support services.
  • Families whose target children were up-to-date with all immunizations at 24 months:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 100%
2015-2016: 100%
2016-2017: 100%

HFF Program Goal=85%

  • Enrolled moms without a subsequent pregnancy within 2 years of the birth of the target child:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 100%
2015-2016: 100%
2016-2017: 95%

HFF Program Goal=80%

  • Target children enrolled that received a developmental screen according to the schedule:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 97%
2015-2016: 98%
2016-2017: 98%

HFF Program Goal=90%

  • Primary participants that closed on Level 3, Level 4 or completed the program that improved or maintained self-sufficiency while enrolled:

Contract Year & Percentage
2014-2015: 100%
2015-2016: 87%
2016-2017: 87%

HFF Program Goal=80%

Download the 2017 Brehon Annual Report


Brehon’s 2016 Impact and Accomplishments Annual Report

Brehon assisted 1,509 clients with needs including shelter, family support, and education. These prevention programs saved the community $20 million in avoidance of hospital, educational, and child abuse costs. During this year Brehon’s programs accomplished the following objectives:

Brehon House

Transitional housing and case management for homeless, pregnant women and their babies; services provided up to two months postpartum when families are moved into more permanent housing.

  • 25 homeless, pregnant women and children received housing and support services.
  • 100% of residents completing the program moved into more permanent housing.
  • 100% of residents delivered healthy babies.
  • 100% of residents achieved at least 80% of their goals.
  • 2,500 hours of services were provided (i.e. life skills and parenting classes).
  • ZERO infant mortality rate.

Project S.A.F.E. (Support and Family Education)

In-home family support, intervention services, and parent education for high-risk families; services provided up to 90 days.

  • 137 individuals received services in Madison
  • 242 individuals receive services in Taylor counties.
  • 3,000 hours of services were provided including parent education, self-esteem and life skills.
  • 5,000 units of service were delivered.
  • 282 referrals made.
  • ZERO infant mortality rate.

Healthy Families Gadsden/Leon Programs

1,105 individuals received in-home assessment and family support services

  • Families participating in the program for more than six months that had NO verified findings of child maltreatment (abuse and/or neglect) during their participation.
  • Families who completed the program that had NO verified findings of child maltreatment within 12 months after completion
  • All families whose target children were up-to-date with all immunizations at 24 months
  • Enrolled moms without a subsequent pregnancy within two years of the birth of the target child exceeded Program Goal of 80 percent
  • Target children enrolled that received a developmental screen according to the schedule exceeded Program Goal of 90 percent
  • Primary participants that closed on Level 3, Level 4 or completed the program that improved or maintained self-sufficiency while enrolled exceeded Program Goal of 80 percent

Download our 2016 annual report


 

 

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