The Younique Foundation is committed to helping and inspiring hope in women who were sexually abused as children or adolescents by providing healing services through retreats, survivor communities, and online resources. They also aim to empower parents and caregivers to protect children from sexual abuse through education and online resources.
As focused as The Younique Foundation is on bringing resources to sexual abuse survivors, they are just as committed to continuing their outreach for the long haul. Instead of simply monitoring clients' needs before the retreat, The Younique Foundation aims to continue improving the lives of these women after the retreat to ensure their program is as powerful and helpful as possible. To accomplish this goal, they use a variety of metrics to analyze their effectiveness, all housed on their Clinical Services Dashboard.
The Younique Foundation focuses on understanding the needs of their participants before, during, and after the retreat. In addition to listening to feedback from survivors during the retreat, they also analyze the real-life progress of participants afterwards, which helps them shape future events. From tracking survivors' reports about their own PTSD scores to analyzing the effects of online resources for participants, they've developed real-time metrics that give their event planners, executive team, and philanthropy experts the tools they need to make a difference.
Through data generated from participant feedback, The Younique Foundation uses their Clinical Services Dashboard to help them to create more action-focused, impactful events at their retreats. For instance, by evaluating information given by respondents who took the online class on PTSD, they were able to determine whether or not courses on PTSD given at the retreat were effective at helping survivors cope effectively through their recovery.
Following the age of their respondents has also helped The Younique Foundation’s clinical services team understand the demographics of the groups they will be working with, making events more fun and enjoyable for participants. Additionally, being able to track PTSD scores for six months following the retreat makes it easier for the executive team and event planners to know if they are really making a difference in the long run.