The COVID-19 pandemic and had a profound effect on both mental and physical health across the U.S. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in the first year of the pandemic, the global prevalence of anxiety and depression increased by 25%. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), among adults in the U.S.:

1 in 5

experienced a mental illness – 52.9 million in 2020

1 in 15

experienced both a substance use disorder and mental illness

1 in 20

experienced a serious mental illness

>12 million

had serious thoughts of suicide

Additionally, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD):

28.8 million

Americans are struggling with an eating disorder

Eating disorders
are deadly

Only second to opioid overdoses

About Odyssey’s
Residential Treatment

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare’s network of services provides support to individuals throughout their journeys by combining compassionate, evidence-based treatment with concierge-quality amenities.

Currently, we operate distinct psychiatric treatment locations and offer a full continuum of services for complex psychiatric disorders, dual diagnosis, substance use disorder, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and process addictions within our Psychiatric Network. Our Eating Disorder Network specializes in the full array of eating disorders diagnoses and co-occurring conditions within a robust continuum of services.

“Odyssey’s residential treatment programs are consistently recognized for their clinical excellence and industry-leading performance with nearly 200 years of combined experience caring for clients struggling with a mental health or eating disorder. I’m extremely proud of the outcomes they achieved and the care they provided to our clients on their roads towards lasting recovery.”

– Richard Clark, CEO

Clinically Excellent Mental Health Treatment Informed By Research

Our networks use BASIS-24 to identify a wide range of symptoms that occur across the diagnostic spectrum. Using a five-point Likert scale, the 24 questions are scored using a weighted average algorithm that gives an overall score and scores for six subscales, which cover the following domains: depression, relationships, self-harm, emotional lability, psychosis, and substance abuse. The questionnaire was administered at admission, mid-treatment or every 30 days, and again at discharge.
When compared to over 74,730 cases across comparable facilities nationwide, Odyssey’s family of clinically excellent residential treatment facilities consistently outpaced the industry to help thousands of clients on their recovery journeys. We look forward to including Aster Springs, Shoreline, and Silver Pines in our future outcomes reports.

Download the PDF Version of the 2021 Residential Outcomes Report

Previous Reports

2021 Outcomes

Residential Outcomes

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Across Odyssey’s residential facilities, clients experienced a 41% average reduction in symptoms.
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Clients at our Residential facilities experienced a 58% average reduction in self-harm.
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Clients at our Residential facilities experienced a 47% average reduction in substance abuse.
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Clients at our Residential facilities experienced a 46% average reduction in depression.

Eating Disorder Network Outcomes

Across the Relationships, Self-Harm, and Substance Abuse subscales, the Eating Disorder Network performed higher than the National Comparison Group averages.
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Eating Disorder Network clients experienced a 33% reduction in overall symptom severity, strengthening their readiness to transition to lower levels of care.
Magnolia Creek
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Magnolia Creek clients experienced an 83% reduction in self-harm.
Selah House
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Selah House clients experienced a 100% reduction in self-harm.
Toledo Center
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Toledo Center clients experienced a 30% reduction in self-harm.

Psychiatric Network Outcomes

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Clients at Clearview, Lifeskills, and Pasadena Villa experienced a 36% overall reduction in symptom severity from admission to discharge
Clearview, Lifeskills, and Pasadena Villa exhibited reductions in patient symptoms across all subscales
Clearview Treatment Programs
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Clearview clients experienced a 39% reduction in self-harm.
Lifeskills South Florida
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Lifeskills clients experienced a 64% reduction in self-harm.
Pasadena Villa
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Pasadena Villa clients experienced a 41% reduction in self-harm.