At Harmony Place we are very proud of our outcomes program. Every client is assessed upon admission, as needed during their treatment stay, and upon discharge.

The instrument we use is The Behavior and Symptoms Identification Scale (BASIS-24®). The BASIS-24® is an empirically-tested and widely used measurement-based outcomes tool consisting of 24 questions that assess patients across 6 areas of functioning, as well as their overall symptoms.

Harmony Place Outcomes Study Results

The results from the initial assessment inform our treatment planning and guide our clinicians in addressing the issues most relevant to our clients. Results from the discharge assessment give us insight into the success of our program. 

Read more about the BASIS-24® Test

The BASIS-24® also allows us to assess the severity of a patient’s illness upon admission and discharge. These severity scores are divided into 3 levels, Low, Medium, and High. Low is closer to the normative (i.e. non-clinical population), Medium is closer to the residential/partial/ out patient population, and High is closer to the inpatient population. Over the last year, on average, our clients Overall BASIS-24® scores went from High Severity upon intake to Low Severity upon discharge.

BASIS-24® Overall Score

So far, our data have been overwhelmingly positive, indicating that our clients show significant improvement across all 6 areas of functioning between admission and discharge with an average improvement of 70.43% after treatment at Harmony Place.

70% Improvement

Proven Approach

Harmony Place utilizes an evidence-based approach to treating addiction.

Our clients show significant improvement across all 6 areas of functioning between admission and discharge with an average improvement of 70.43% after treatment at Harmony Place.

Depression/Functioning

Harmony Place clients were asked a series of questions related to depression and/or functioning prior to admissions, upon completion, and after treatment. On average, our clients realized a 78% decrease in depression.

78% Decrease

Treating Depression

Based on the study, our clients experienced a 78% average decrease in depression after completing an inpatient program at Harmony Place. Depression weighs on millions of Americans annually – at Harmony Place, we leverage an evidence-based approach to treating addiction and depression.

Based on the study, our clients experienced a 78% average decrease in depression after completing an inpatient program at Harmony Place. Depression weighs on millions of Americans annually – at Harmony Place, we leverage an evidence-based approach to treating addiction and depression.

Relationships

Harmony Place clients were asked a series of questions related to relationships prior to admissions, upon completion, and after treatment. On average, our clients saw a 60% improvement in relationships.

60% Improvement

We Help Relationships Thrive

Relationships play a key role in addiction and in addiction recovery. With the client’s approval, we work to resolve issues with family members. Harmony Place clients realized a 60% average improvement in relationships after Harmony Place.

Harmony Place clients realized a 60% average improvement in relationships with family & friends after treatment. Relationships play a key role in addiction and when addressed properly, our clients are able to realize the best version of themselves more frequently and for elongated periods. 

Self Harm

Harmony Place clients were asked a series of questions related to self harm prior to admissions, upon completion, and after treatment. On average, our clients realized a 60% reduction in self harm.

60% Reduction

We Have the Tools to Prevent Self Harm

According to healthyplace.com, 2 million cases of self-harm are reported each year in the United States. Likely, millions of more cases are going unreported. 60% of those who self-harm are females and 90% of those who self-harm started as a teenager. Harmony Place clients experienced, on average, a 60% reduction in self-harm after completing an inpatient program.

According to healthyplace.com, 2 million cases of self-harm are reported each year in the United States. Likely, millions of more cases are going unreported. 60% of those who self-harm are females and 90% of those who self-harm started as a teenager. Harmony Place clients experienced, on average, a 60% reduction in self-harm after completing an inpatient program.

Emotional Lability

Harmony Place clients were asked a series of questions related to emotional lability prior to admissions, upon completion, and after treatment. On average, our clients realized a 64% reduction in emotional lability.

64% Reduction

We Help Stabilize Emotions

Emotional lability refers to rapid, often exaggerated changes in mood, where strong emotions or feelings (uncontrollable laughing or crying, or heightened irritability or temper) occur. At Harmony Place, we help our clients achieve a consistent, optimistic outlook on life and day-to-day tasks and experiences through evidence-based treatment. Clients who completed our primary residential treatment program experienced, on average, a 64% reduction in emotional lability.

Emotional lability refers to rapid, often exaggerated changes in mood, where strong emotions or feelings (uncontrollable laughing or crying, or heightened irritability or temper) occur. At Harmony Place, we help our clients achieve a consistent, optimistic outlook on life and day-to-day tasks and experiences through evidence-based treatment. Clients who completed our primary residential treatment program experienced, on average, a 64% reduction in emotional lability.

Psychosis

Harmony Place clients were asked a series of questions related to Psychosis prior to admissions, upon completion, and after treatment. On average, our clients realized a 85% improvement in Psychosis.

85% Decrease

We Help Establish Your True Reality Free from Addiction

Psychosis is a condition that affects the way your brain processes information. It causes you to lose touch with reality. You might see, hear, or believe things that aren’t real. Psychosis is a symptom, not an illness. A mental or physical illness, substance abuse, or extreme stress or trauma can cause it. Harmony Place clients who completed our program realized an 85% decrease in Psychosis on average. 

Psychosis is a condition that affects the way your brain processes information. It causes you to lose touch with reality. You might see, hear, or believe things that aren’t real. Psychosis is a symptom, not an illness. A mental or physical illness, substance abuse, or extreme stress or trauma can cause it. Harmony Place clients who completed our program realized an 85% decrease in Psychosis on average. 

Substance Abuse

Harmony Place clients were asked a series of questions related to Substance Abuse prior to admissions, upon completion, and after treatment. On average, our clients realized a 77% decrease in Substance Abuse.

77% Decrease

We Treat the Underlying Causes of Substance Abuse

Substance abuse can simply be defined as a pattern of harmful use of any substance for mood-altering purposes. “Substances” can include alcohol and other drugs (illegal or not) as well as some substances that are not drugs at all. Harmony Place clients experience a 77% decrease, on average, in substance abuse after completing a primary inpatient program at Harmony Place.

Substance abuse can simply be defined as a pattern of harmful use of any substance for mood-altering purposes. “Substances” can include alcohol and other drugs (illegal or not) as well as some substances that are not drugs at all. Harmony Place clients experience a 77% decrease, on average, in substance abuse after completing a primary inpatient program at Harmony Place.