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Narconon Arrowhead Releases Outcome Monitoring Reports
Date:6/12/2013

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ROM surveying of graduates may improve program quality

In addition to the positiveness of the results, another interesting point is that the application of this Routine Outcome Monitoring procedure may indeed be having a positive effect on Narconon program quality management, as the statistics improved across the board from the earlier to the later survey.

Narconon International spoke with Gary Smith, Narconon Arrowhead Executive Director, about this ROM survey procedure. “The outcome monitoring system,” Smith said, “is a good deal more than just tracking outcomes. It also includes creating a specific discharge plan and a strong after-care program. Our staff are in regular contact with individuals, finding out how they each are doing implementing their individual plans.” Asked how using ROM surveying feedbacks to Narconon program delivery, Smith added, “Routine Outcome Monitoring puts your entire organization’s ‘eye on the ball’ -- ensuring that students’ needs are getting met. We have seen that it makes a difference.” 

The newly researched and implemented Narconon Routine Outcome Monitoring survey questionnaire contains 18 common outcome measures, recommended by CSAT and SAMHSA.

Data is collected either directly from the student or a close relative. The Arrowhead pilot study determined that both sources give valid and consistent answers.

ROM follow-up boosts outcomes, says Director of Success

Six months post-graduation is the CSAT-recommended data collection point. They also recommended to survey regarding “the last 30 days.” At Narconon Arrowhead graduates are called on a regular basis before the formal end of the outcome study, as part of Narconon after-care. Another Narconon Arrowhead staff member who does follow-up with graduates said, “We are in communication with every recent graduate. The parents love it. We find that the graduates are using the methodology they learned, applying it to t
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