Results / Impact

More than 7,500 students visit our Wellness Centers each year. In 2013, the top three services used most by students visiting the Wellness Centers were medical services (49% of all youth served by the Initiative), case management (32%), and behavioral health counseling (29%). Case management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation, and advocacy for options and services to meet a student’s comprehensive health needs.

Simply stated, wellness works. Eighty-seven percent of students know there’s an adult in the Wellness Center who really cares about them.

  • 93% improve their health and well-being*
  • 78% feel better about themselves
  • 94% reduce their use of tobacco, alcohol or other drugs**
  • 64% do better in school
  • 82% make new friends
  • 76% come to school more often
*among students trying to improve their health
**among students attempting to reduce their substance use
Sources: Student satisfaction surveys conducted by ETR Associates, Spring 2014.

 

Data Library

Initiative Service Data

Initiative Service Summary 2014-15

Wellness Initiative Profile 2013-14

Wellness by the Numbers 2013-14

Wellness Initiative Service Summary 2013-14

RAMS-Wellness Initiative Service Summary 2013-14

Wellness Initiative Service Summary 2012-13

Wellness Initiative Service Summary 2011-12

Wellness Initiative Service Summary 2010-11

Wellness Initiative Service Summary 2009-10

 

School Staff Surveys

Staff Survey Summary (Spring 2013)

Staff Survey Summary (Spring 2011)

Staff Survey Summary (Spring 2009)

 

Data and Research Snapshots

Our Approach to Adolescent Sexual Health Snapshot (June 2015)

Our Impact on School-Based Youth Development Assets (September 2013)

Our Impact on Trauma, Grief, and Loss (August 2013)

Our Impact on Student Mental and Emotional Health (July 2013)

Our Impact on Student Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (July 2013)

Our Impact on Student Achievement and School Success (June 2013)

Our Impact on Trauma, Grief & Loss (May 2012)

 

Research on the Wellness Initiative

Help-Seeking in the School Context: Understanding Chinese American Adolescents’ Underutilization of School Health Services, Journal of School Health, August 2013

Relationship Between Use of School-Based Health Centers and Student-Reported School Assets, Journal of Adolescent Health, July 2013

 

Data and Evaluation Archive

Wellness Profile 2007-08

Youth Outreach Program 2006-07

 

The Wellness Initiative contracts with ETR Associates to conduct an annual evaluation of Wellness Program Services. We continually use this data to improve services and meet the needs of the diverse population of students that we serve.