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2018 Group Statistics and Participant Satisfaction Survey Result

re:MIND would like to thank every collaborator for partnering with us to host support groups in 2018. Your time, dedication, and generosity have made this partnership possible.

Contributions in the form of meeting space and referrals from organizations like these are vital to re:MIND’s ability to provide the 2,257 professionally managed and monitored peer support groups that served 2,872 unique individuals at 62 locations during 2018. We are pleased to report that during that time period we achieved the following benchmarks for our support group:

 

1960 Evening  Milby High School Groups
Academy of Choice Missouri City 
Adolescent Community  Museum District 
Braeswood Northbrook Middle School 
Chavez High School Northwest 
Cinco Ranch Daytime Pasadena 
Clear Lake Groups Pearland
Copperfield  Piney Point Groups
Covenant House Men Richmond
Cypress River Oaks Groups 
Edison Middle School  Sam Houston MSTC 
Galleria Groups Sanchez Charter School
Hastings High School Groups South Houston High School 
Heights Southwest
Houston ISD DAEP Spring Woods Middle School
Inner Loop Groups Sugar Land 
Kashmere High School  The Gathering Place 
Katy Adult  The Women’s Home 
Key Middle School The Woodlands Groups
Kingwood Waltrip HS 
KIPP Schools Washington HS
Korean Speaking  Westchase Daytime    
Lamar High School Westside HS
LGBT Groups Wheatley High School
Medical Center  Yes Prep Southside

 

During the first quarter of 2018, re:MIND Depression and Bipolar Support conducted its annual “Participant Satisfaction Survey”. The survey provides both quality improvement and assurance metrics that are used to improve re:MIND’s delivery of services. The survey is given to participants at every site location during one random week in the first quarter of each year.

Thank you again for a wonderful year. We look forward to continuing our collaborations in 2019 and welcome ideas about how we can strengthen our partnership to better serve our community!

 

Sincerely, 

re:MIND Program staff