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Four Measurable Outcomes

  1. Outcome - Improved Functioning and Positive Social Behaviours


    • Increased recognition of impact of behaviours
    • Improved social functioning and positive social behaviours
    • Decreased risk behaviours

  2. Outcome - Increased Skills and Abilities


    • Increased problem solving ability
    • Increased skills and training
    • Increased life-skills

  3. Outcome - Increased Youth Engagement with Supports


    • Improved transitions (e.g. with other supports such as mental health)
    • Increased youth engagement with community and family supports
    • Increased youth engagement with structured supports

  4. Outcome - Decreased Re-Offending


    • Decreased recidivism
    • Decreased frequency of offences
    • Decreased severity of offences