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The Dorm Young Adult Mental Health Outcomes & Impact Report

INTRODUCING OUR

Young Adult Mental Health
Outcomes & Impact Report

Our long-term treatment model is helping young adults
launch lives of purpose and independence.

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Discover how hundreds of young adults
experience lasting change:

LONG-TERM IMPROVEMENT

Long Term Improvement

Clients experience sustained improvements over a minimum
of 9-12 months

LONG-TERM IMPACT

Long Term Impact

Clients report +138% improved
well-being and +24% personal
self-efficacy*

LONG-TERM OPPORTUNITY

Long Term Opportunity

Alumni are gainfully employed or in school full-time.

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*The confidence one has in their skills to problem solve and pursue goals

Our Client Profile

We treat a clinically-diverse young adult population with acute mental health issues.

More than 43% of our clients identify as LGBTQ+

84%

are young adult clients
ages 18-25

75%

of clients have anxiety or depression at intake

93%

present with more than
one diagnosis

39%

report suicidal ideation
at intake

It’s unique and promising to find young adult programming that is collecting outcomes data over the course of a year. Aggregate quantitative data promotes objective and informed clinical decision-making, and supports the effectiveness and sustainability of The Dorm’s long-term treatment model for the young adults they serve.

Frank Buono, PhD (external reviewer)

Associate Research Scientist in Psychiatry, Yale University

Frank Buono

Key Findings

0%

suicidality

0%

psychiatric hospitalizations

35%

Anxiety

including symptoms of agitation,
detachment and irritability

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35%

Depression

spanning self-injurious behaviors, hopelessness and lack of motivation

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36%

Trauma/PTSD

including physical responses to
triggers and social-interfering behaviors

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81%

Psychosis Symptoms

related to stigmatizing
comments from others

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72%

Eating Disorder Symptoms

related to restraint (food
avoidance / food “rules”)

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The Dorm Client

“I am eternally grateful for the support and emotional safety I experienced at The Dorm. My life has really, truly been changed.”

— Client

As a result of treatment with us, clients report:

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Well-Being

WELL-BEING (FACIT-Sp)

WELL-BEING (FACIT-Sp) Graph

Scores reflect clients’ improved abilities to work, enjoy life,
sleep well, and find contentment in daily living
.

The Dorm Group

0%

improvement in acceptance
by their peers

0%

personal self-efficacy
Confidence in one’s ability to accomplish goals and problem-solve

We’ve helped thousands of students return to 90+ universities and vocational programs across the country.

University and college readiness support iop treatment

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0%

of alumni

are now thriving in life as full-time students or are gainfully employed

0%

of clients

return to school after a leave of absence

0%

of clients

return to their original program of study

The Dorm Experience

clients satisfied

0%

clients satisfied

families would recommend

0%

families would recommend

referring professionals satisfied

0%

referring professionals satisfied

staff feel work is meaningful

0%

staff feel work is meaningful

“I am grateful beyond words for what The Dorm has provided for us.”

— Dorm Parent

The Dorm Parent

The Dorm is CARF Accredited — international accreditation that “demonstrates a program’s quality, transparency, and commitment to the satisfaction of the persons served”.

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Research Team

Amanda Fialk

Amanda Fialk

PhD, LCSW, LICSW

Partner & Chief Clinical Officer

Frank Buono

Frank Buono

PhD (External Reviewer)

Associate Research Scientist in Psychiatry, Yale University

Brianna Cerrito

Brianna Cerrito

MS

Assistant Director of Research & Innovation

Amie DiTomasso

Amie DiTomasso

LICSW, MPH

Assistant Director

Alexa Connors

Alexa Connors

LCSW

Assistant Director

Karee Jones

Karee Jones

Senior Clinical Operations Manager

Elbert Ma

Rebecca Alcosser

RD

Senior Dietitian and Health & Wellness Supervisor

Valerie Donaldson

Valerie Donaldson

MS, CASAC

Senior Clinical Community Manager

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