CJR’s PQI program helps measure the impact our programs have on the individuals, families, and communities we serve.

Our data-driven approach allows CJR to grow and change in response to the needs of our community. We use this intelligence to measure and assess program performance, to identify and evaluate trends, and to ensure compliance with and fidelity to program models.

A snapshot of our outcomes in FY22-23

24

CJR Youth Received Scholarships

All funds contribute directly to school expenses and laptops.

$48,000

Scholarship Funds Awarded

3

New Wellness Center Locations Opened

(Thomaston Public Schools – Black Rock School, Thomaston Center School, and Thomaston High school)

2,084

CJR CLIENTS SERVED

A 25% increase when compared to FY 21-22’s 1,664 clients served.

84%

of all CJR clients served in FY 22-23
had a Positive Course of Treatment Rate

98%

Of Youth and Families Served by CJR Indicated They Received Excellent or Good Quality of Service

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