Mental Health, Substance Abuse
Children ages 5 to 21
Crime/ Abuse Victims
The CEC Low Income Housing Program provides professional affordable counseling services, with no eligibility requirements, to individuals from children to the elderly and to families in need, regardless of being under-insured or without insurance.
CEC practices Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT), an evidence-based methodology that evaluates mental health outcomes and as well effectiveness of therapist rapport (alliance). CEC uses a real-time data system called "MyOutcomes", which provides data for 20 key performance indicators. Current aggregate data indicates counseling at CEC is effective (a pre-post effect score of 1.41 with .8 being statistically recognized as a clinical benchmark) and an alliance/rapport score of 33.7 (with 36 being the target of success). Data can be evaluated by agency, by therapist, by program, by age demographic, and even by grantor or funding source.