* 1. Please indicate which Mid-Atlantic Youth Services Program your survey answers reference

* 2. Demographic Information (Optional)

* 3. Referral and Admission Processes

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Don't Know
Marketing staff are prompt and professional in meeting your needs
Admission/intake to the program is completed in accordance with the timeframes provided upon acceptance
Program staff provide the courts with a status report within 24 hours of a youth's admission to the program

* 4. Program Design

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Don't Know
Program services address the YLS domain of "Attitudes and Orientation"
Program services address the YLS domain of "Personality and Behavior"
Program services address the YLS domain of "Family Circumstances/Parenting"
Program services address the YLS domain of "Peer Relations"
Program services address the YLS domain of "Education/Employment"
Program services address the YLS domain of "Substance Abuse"
Program services address the YLS domain of "Leisure/Recreation"

* 5. Collaboration/Communication

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Don't know
Program staff communicates pertinent information in a timely manner
Program staff consults with probation staff on significant issues and plans affecting youth
Program staff are professional and accommodating during site visits

* 6. Assessment and Service Planning

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ISP meetings are scheduled to accommodate PO/family participation
ISP's include probation, family and youth input
ISP's address YLS risks and needs

* 7. Family Services

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Don't Know
Program includes families in the development of treatment plans
Program encourages and supports family visitation
Program provides family counseling

* 8. Documentation

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Reports are submitted in a timely manner
Contents of reports accurately reflect a youth's progress in treatment
Reports are written professionally

* 9. Community Service and Restitution

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Don't Know
Youth have the opportunity to participate in relevant community service projects
Youth develop an appreciation for how their behavior affects others
Youth have the opportunity to pay court costs, fees and restitution

* 10. Service Effectiveness

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Youth demonstrate positive changes in attitude and prosocial thinking
Youth demonstrate improved ability to reduce/manage anger
Youth demonstrate improved ability to problem solve and make decisions
Youth develop competency in age-appropriate independent living skills
Youth develop employability and job holding skills

* 11. Academics and Career Technical Education

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Don't Know
General education programming addresses youth needs
Special education services address youth needs
Youth have the opportunity to participate in relevant career technical education classes

* 12. Discharge/Aftercare Planning and Transition Services

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Don't Know
Discharge/Aftercare planning begins at admission
Aftercare plans are thorough and address youth needs
Transitions from placement to home and community are carefully planned and executed
PO's/caseworkers and families are invited to attend a discharge planning meeting prior to a youth's discharge

* 13. Courtroom Performance

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Program staff dress professionally for court
Program staff arrive on time for court
Program staff are knowledgeable about youth progress and improvement needs
Program staff testify and answer questions competently

* 14. Please provide additional comments, concerns and suggestions that will help Mid-Atlantic Youth Services improve its programs and services. Thank you!

 
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