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Statistical outcomes are updated regularly and accurately.

As of January 31, 2017 Hope for Tomorrow, Inc. has provided 9,771 bed/days of service in our

permanent supportive housing program, and over 3,471 hours of psychosocial relapse prevention

education to individuals with substance use and compulsive gambling disorders.   

 

Men’s & Veteran’s Recovery Home Programs (MVRHP)

2016 Performance Measure Outcomes (PMO)

 

Graphs accurate as of January 1, 2016

All applicants are asked to "Select the one that best describes your religion", below are the results.
NOTE: Religious preference or lack of, is not required or used in any way to determine eligibility or acceptance to HFT programs This question is only asked for informational and statistical purposes.
Preference Count % Rank Order
Christian 828 40.49% 1
Catholic 577 28.22% 2
None 284 13.89% 3
Other 205 10.02% 4
Baptist 119 5.82% 5
Lutheran 117 5.72% 6
Spiritual (HP) 14 0.68% 7
Jewish 8 0.39% 8
No Answer 7 0.34% 9
Muslim 5 0.24% 10
Agnostic 4 0.20% 11
Protestant 2 0.10% 12
Presbyterian 1 0.05% 13
Methodist 1 0.05% 13

 

IN AN ONGOING QUANTATIVE STUDY, H.F.T CLIENTS AND APPLICANTS REPORT THEIR "CORE ISSUES" TO RELAPSE

 

Core Issue TRUE Rank  Order
Stress   1321 1
Boredom   1320 2
Depression   1297 3
Loneliness   1167 4
Guilt   1039 5
Low Self-Esteem   1033 6
Quit Maintenance Program 1016 7
Financial/Money 989 8
Shame   979 9
Isolation   976 10
Impulsiveness   970 11
Anger   938 12
Relationships   915 13
Resentments   885 14
Inability to Ask For Help 853 15
Lack of Support Network 795 16
Insufficient Spiritual Connection 706 17

 

In 2007, we began asking people, who were homeless and seeking supportive residential services through Hope for Tomorrow, what "Areas of Life" they felt they needed help with in order to assist them in achieving a self sufficient lifestyle. Listed below are their responses.

 

Areas of Life Needing Help
  Number of Applicants Indicating Yes Rank
Employment Services 978 1
Substance Abuse / Mental Health Treatment 831 2
Transportation 784 3
Spirituality 736 4
Financial Services 570 5
Life Skills (e.g., daily living skills 568 6
Education 479 7
Recreational 441 8
Counseling (e.g., grief, anger mgmt., abuse, divorce…) 325 9
Legal 292 10
Identification Card 187 11
Social Security Card 147 12

 

Where (what county) HFT applicants are coming from.

Kane 1
DuPage 2
Will 3
Kendall 4
Cook 5
Dekalb 6
Aurora Parole 7
Sheridan/Kane 8
LaSalle 9
Lake 10
McHenry 11
Other 12
Grundy 13

For more information, please send an email to Hope For Tomorrow

Funding provided, in whole or in part, by the Illinois Department of Human Services. Division of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse(DASA), the City of Aurora, and the Fox Valley United Way.

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