By The Numbers
See the success of The McShin Foundation's Recovery Program through our data.
The success of The McShin Foundation can be found in the success' of our alumni. We have found that our alumni, which have completed the 28-Day Residential Program, have a significantly better chance at sustained recovery over the next 3 years after leaving The McShin Foundation. Many of our alumni continue to be engaged in the recovery community and return to help provide guidance for the next person who may be new to recovery.
Participants The McShin Foundation served in 2019.
Participants enrolled in our 28-Day Residential Program.
Recovery Coach sessions provided to participants.
Quality of Life
Participants tend to engage in our program seeking recovery from Substance Use Disorders. Part of this process includes repairing relationships with family, friends, and loved ones. Data collection revealed that nearly 70% of our participants reported being Satisfied or Very Satisfied with their relationships during and after completion of their first 20 days in The McShin Foundation.
The McShin Foundation collected results across multiple domains from our alumni community. Participants are living a higher quality of life when they are succeeding, exhibiting positive outcomes, in three areas of their personal lives: have they been arrested since leaving The McShin Foundation, are they employed, and are they still engaged in recovery.
Participants that have not been arrested since leaving The McShin Foundation.
Of The McShin Foundation alumni that are currently employed.
Of alumni that are currently still engaged in recovery.
Community Impact Summary
The McShin Foundation is open to the public 365 days a year. Aside from the services we provide, we also host a number of 12-step meetings, community events, and trainings. The McShin Foundation acts as a hub for recovery in our community. Our open door policy welcomes anyone looking to change their life or those just interested in learning more about recovery. We encourage members of the public to come in and sit in on our groups, meetings, and join us for events.
Estimated number of meals provided to the community.
Estimated number of recovery support groups offered at The McShin Foundation.
Number of indigent bed nights provided to participants.