Patient Satisfaction Scores
At Compass Intervention Center, we take patient satisfaction very seriously. Every patient at discharge is provided an opportunity to offer feedback regarding their treatment at Compass Intervention Center and the care they received. We are proud of our staff for their hard work and dedication to our patients, as reflected in our patient outcomes reports. On a 1 to 5 scale, patients rated our Partial Hospitalization Program with an average of 4.27, our Intensive Outpatient Program with an average of 4.67 and our residential treatment programs with an average of 4.49.
RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM
PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
Child PTSD Symptom Scale Scores
The Child PTSD Symptom Scale (CPSS) is a tool used by mental health facilities across the nation to assess PTSD symptoms in children and adolescents. At admission, patients are screened using several questions that help access the level of trauma a child or teen has experienced. That experience is quantified in a score of 0 to 51, with a score of 15 or higher equating to more severe trauma and PTSD symptoms. At discharge, we assess patients using the same scoring method to look for changes in symptoms following treatment.
At admission, our patients are scoring an average of 22.4 on the CPSS assessment, indicating PTSD symptoms. At discharge, patients are scoring an average of 8.4 on CPSS assessment, indicating no active PTSD symptoms. This speaks to our dedication to helping children and adolescents work through their issues in meaning, measurable ways.